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National Archives gets Suroor rare Urdu collection

NEW DELHI: The rare collections of great Urdu scholar Professor Ale Ahmad Suroor have become asset of National Archives of India. The daughter of the renowned writer Ms. Mehjabeen has gifted about 20,000 books, mostly in Urdu, newspapers, magazines and journals to the National Archives of India..

Orissa nun identifies rapist in court

CUTTACK: Sister Meena, who was raped during the anti-Christian violence in Orissa, identified her offenders in court on Nov. 3
She deposed before the District and Sessions Judge in Cuttack, Orissa’s legal capital, for more than 90 minutes.

When the court asked her whether she could identify her o

Congress pledges to fight RSS terror

NEW DELHI: Accusing the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) and its sister organisations for being involved in acts of terror, the Congress party on Tuesday pledged that the party would forcefully resist all attempts to polarise the society on the communal lines. The AIICC statement said that ..

7000 Indian Hajis denied space near Kabah

NEW DELHI: About 7000 Indian Haj pilgrims would not be able get place in the Green category area of Makkah despite they paid for it.
According to Haj committee of India 7000 pilgrims who had opted for the Green category will now be accommodated in the Aziziya, some 12 KM from Haram Sharif.

‘Babri Demolition could have been prevented’

By Abdul Bari Masoud/TIA / NEW DELHI: Former Chief Justice of India, A.M. Ahmadi has revealed that destruction of the Babri Masjid could have been prevented had the Supreme Court acted on the then Attorney-General, Milon Banerjee’s repeated plea.“Had the Supreme Court acted on the then ..

Govt approves amendments to Enemy Property Act

NEW DELHI: The Government on Wednesday gave green signal to make amendments to the Enemy Property Act, 1968.
Briefing media persons, the home minister P Chidambaram said that the Union Cabinet approved the proposal of Ministry of Home Affairs to introduce the Enemy Property (Amendment and ..

Police partisan role led to violence in Gaya

GAYA: At a time when politician of all hue are trying woo Muslim in Bihar before the Assembly elections, A number Poor people of minority community are traumatized and looking frantically at their burnt shop and establishments at mohallah Abgila here. Their whole source of dal roti burnt down ..

Now Shiv Sena demands ban on Burqa

MUMBAI: (AMN) In its renewed attack on Muslims, the Bal Thakery led Shiv Sena has demanded ban on Burqa, the veil Muslim women wear.
In an editorial in party’s mouth piece ‘Saamana’ the Sena praised the French government decision to ban ‘burqas’ and other full-body robes worn by Muslim women ..

AIMPLB to approach apex court on Babri verdict

LUCKNOW: As expected, the apex body of Indian Muslims, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) has decided to challenge the verdict of the Allahabad High Court on the Babri Masjid title suit in the Supreme Court.
In a meeting at the Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama her

Christians urge caution amid Ayodhya fallout

NEW DELHI:Church people have called for caution as Muslim and Hindu groups plan their next moves in response a recent court ruling on a disputed religious site in northern India that has left both sides dissatisfied.
The Uttar Pradesh High Court on Sept. 30 hoped to resolve the controversy by ..

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