Christian groups back away from activist

NEW DELHI: Christian activists and rights groups in Gujarat are distancing themselves from anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare,  saying today that his actions have political ramifications.

Cash for Coverage

NEW DELHI: (AMN) Journalists covering a press conference of a Muslim organisation were for a rude shock last Tuesday when they found a cash voucher of Rs. 2000 in the folder handed over to them at the end of the meet. The press conference, was hosted at a five-star restaurant.

All faiths condemn attacks on children

MANGALORE: (AMN/ UCAN) People of all faiths have condemned an extremist-Hindu group’s attack on Christian-run homes for poor children here and asked the government to protect the rights of minorities.

Rifts in Jamaat over political values

TIA correspondents
NEW DELHI/KOZHIKODE: The battle of principles has begun within the Jamaat-e-Islami Hind (JIH) even before its political outfit could take a real shape on April 18 in New Delhi.

Urdu lovers want Bharat Ratan for Ghalib

NEW DELHI: Great Urdu poet Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib on Friday gets an unprecedented support from judges, politicians, bureaucrats and lovers of Urdu. They all unanimously demanded Bharat Ratan, the highest India’s award, for the legendary poet posthumously.

Congress offers Dy CM post to AIUDF, alleges BJP

TIA correspondent
GUWAHATI: The BJP has accused AIUDF and Congress for having secret understanding in Assam. While releasing a 44-point “charge-sheet” against the State Government,

Muslims back Hazare

NEW DELHI (AMN) Several Muslim organizations have supported the cause taken up by the Gandhian leader Anna Hazare. The All India Muslim Majlis-e-Mushawarat (AIMMM) has hailed the Fast-unto-Death by Anna Hazare for effective Lok Pal.

Jamaat leader Shafi Moonis is no more

NEW DELHI: (AMN) The senior most leader of Jamaat e Islami Hind, Muhammad Shafi Moonis passed away at his resident here on Wednesday. He was 93 and died due to brain hemorrhage.

Bihar to appoint Urdu teacher in schools

PATNA: Making a special promise to the Urdu loving people of Bihar Chief minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday said that the state government would soon appoint Urdu teachers in ‘each government school’.

Leaders condemn NATO bombing on Libya

MUMBAI: Eminent scholars and faith leaders have condemned the atrocities being perpetrated by NATO forces on the innocent civilians in Libya as well as on Jerusalem by Israel.



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