Gujarat: SIT credibility questioned

AHMEDABAD (AMN): Advocate for the victims and witnesses in the Gulberg Society Massacre case, S M Vohra has alleged that Supreme Court appointed Special Investigation Team (SIT) to probe Gujarat riots has not probed the destruction of phone records of Ahsan Jafri.

India to get foreign Islamic Bank

NEW DELHI: (AMN) Even as Indian Muslims are struggling for its own Desi Islamic bank, the government is likely to allow a foreign Islamic bank to operate in the country.

Saudi Imam preaches peace in India

NEW DELHI/ DEOBAND: (AMN) The visiting Imam of Haram in Makkah Shaikh Abdur Rahman Al-Sudais has called upon the religious leaders to spread the message of peace in the world so that this violence could cease.

‘West Bengal Muslims worst sufferers’

By Abdul Bari Masoud /TIA
New Delhi: ‘West Bengal presents worst form discrimination at all level against the Muslim community in the country

Govt to back AMU VC despite graft charges

By Ehtasham Khan
The union human resources development ministry is unlikely to take any action against Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) Vice Chancellor PK Abdul Aziz,..

‘Gita and Koran are complimentary’

TIA Special Correspondent
NEW DELHI: Gita and the Koran are complementary to each other and several principles laid down in both the sacred books are surprisingly similar..

SIMI activist nabbed

THRIVUANTHAPURAM: (AMN) Nissar Ibrahim, an accused in the Panayikulam SIMI camp case, was nabbed at the Cochin International Airport on Sunday.

Muslims condemn military actions against Libya

NEW DELHI: (AMN) Prominent Indian Muslim leaders have condemned the western military campaign against the Gaddafi regime.

39 Muslims get TMC ticket

KOLKATA: (AMN) Trinamool Congress (TMC) of Mamata Banerjee on Friday allotted 39 seats to muslim out of 228 candidates it declared for the West Bengal Assembly elections 2011.

‘Minorities not benefited from economic growth ‘

TIA Special Correspondent
NEW DELHI: Noted Bollywood Director and Producer, Mahesh Bhatt categorically said that the fruits of economic prosperity has not reached the large sections of the minority community in the country.



England oust New Zealand 2-0 to book quarter final berth in Hockey World Cup

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Hockey World Cup: Lowest ranked France pip China 1-0 for quarter final

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India beat Australia by 31 runs in Adelaide test

  Adelaide India beat Australia by 31 runs in the first Test to take a 1-0 lead in the four-match s ...



Major buildings in India go blue as part of UNICEF’s campaign on World Children’s Day

Our Correspondent / New Delhi Several monuments across India turned blue today Nov 20 – the World Children ...

US school students discuss ways to gun control

             Students  discuss strategies on legislation, communities, schools, and mental health and ...


Malayalam, Ladakhi films win big at IFFI

By Utpal Borpujari / Panaji (Goa) Indian cinema scored big at the 49th International Film Festival of India ( ...

Bollywood playback singer Mohammad Aziz passes away

WEB DESK Well known Bollywood playback singer Mohammad Aziz passed away in Mumbai today. He was 64. The singe ...