IUML backs AMU minority status

ALIGARH: (AMN) Indian Union Muslim League (IUML) has resolved to strive for the minority character of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU). “IUML was always at the forefront in Parliament to protect the minority character of AMU, and the Party will continue its support to restore the minority status of the University” said Maulana Kausar Hayat Khan, the president of Utter Pradesh unit of IUML.

Poverty, hunger thrive in Modi’s Gujarat

TIA Correspondent
NEW DELHI: Poverty, hunger and sense of insecurity are thriving in Gujrat, the state which claim to be most developed in the country.

Assam CM is Anti-Muslim, says Ajmal


NEW DELHI:  Accusing Assam Chief Minister, Tarun Gogoi of being anti-Muslim, the AUDF chief, Badruddin Ajmal on Saturday said claimed that  Gogoi was behind a series of litigation being filed in the high court and Supreme Court against the so called illegal migrants in Assam.

Indian Muslims applaud Egyptians’ people power

TIA correspondent

NEW DELHI: Indian Muslims have applauded Egyptians’ people power and wished them good luck for their march towards the true democracy country.

Anti- minority fair begins in MP

JABALPUR:  Minorities in Madhya Pradesh have expressed relief as the first day of Ma Narmada Samajik Kumbh (social fair of mother Narmada), a Hindu festival passed peacefully.

Congress in quandary as FIR filed against Rahman Khan

BANGLURU/ NEW DELHI: Pressure is mounting on K. Rahman Khan to resign from the coveted post of deputy chairmanship Rajya Sabha, the upper house of Indian parliament.

Six Muslims acquitted in fake encounter case

NEW DELHI: In a major blow to the Delhi police, a local court here ordered release of seven men, six of them Muslims, who were branded as “terrorists” by the police. The court also observed that the encounter story by the police in this case was concocted “carefully scripted in office”.

Status quo on Ayodhya verdict extended

LUCKNOW: The Lucknow bench of Allahabad High Court Wednesday extended till May 31 the status quo on the implementation of its September 30 order on the Ayodhya title suits.

AUDF on verge of split

TIA Special Correspondent
NEW DELH: Assam United Democratic Front (AUDF) with 10 MLAs is all set to break up in the Assam with party president Badruddin Ajmal losing spiritual backing from Delhi.

Seminar highlights need of modern Madrssas


NEW DELHI: Speakers at a seminar on Madrassa Education here stressed the need for negating misconceptions about the Islamic seminaries. They also highlighted the need of imparting modern education in these institutions.



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