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Govt files affidavit favouring Mukkam Muslim Orphanage

Govt files affidavit favouring Mukkam Muslim Orphanage

NEW DELHI: Kerala government has filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court in which it has taken a favourable stand towards Mukkam Muslim Orphanage where children were brought in from Jharkhand. The government submitted on Tuesday that no case ... Kaumudi, 23 hours ago
SC notice to Centre on Muslim quota Times of India, 2 months ago

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Kaumudi, 23 hours ago
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Weekly Voice, 1 week ago
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Eurasia Review, 2 weeks ago
Current News India, 2 weeks ago
Jagran Post, 2 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Malala Yousafzai, Kailash Satyarthi win Nobel Peace Prize

NEW DELHI — One is Muslim, the other Hindu. One a Pakistani, the other Indian. One a school girl, the other a man with decades of experience. Despite their many differences, 17-year-old Malala Yousafzai and 60-year-old Kailash Satyarthi will be ...
 Denver Post1 week ago Is this Nobel? Pointing out Malala, Satyarthi's religion  Hindustan Times1 week ago President Pranab Mukherjee Avoids Comment On Malala Yousafzai's Invite To India  Silicon India1 week ago Nobel brings little impetus for peace in India and Pakistan  DAWN Group1 week ago
UCAN India

Include Christian, Muslim Dalits in SC Category: CBCI

NEW DELHI: The Catholic Bishops' Conference of India (CBCI) today demanded the inclusion of Christian and Muslim Dalits in the Scheduled Caste (SC) category. The organisation also demanded SC status for Dalits who have converted to Christianity ...
 New Indian Express4 days ago Anger as minister says Christian, Muslim dalits should be denied job quotas  UCAN India1 week ago Govt opposed to Dalit status for converts  Times of India1 week ago
Down to Earth

RMAT-2014: Exam dates announced

All Indian Management Association (AIMA), New Delhi and Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), will be conducting Research Management Aptitude Test (RMAT02014) jointly for taking admission to Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in Business Administration program.
 India Today3 days ago Aligarh scientists discover new superbug  Prokerala1 month ago Deadlier variant of antibiotic resistant superbug detected in India for first time  Down to Earth1 month ago More dangerous variant of antibiotic resistant superbug detected in India  Down to Earth1 month ago

VHP aims to exclude Muslims from Navratri festival

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - A prominent right-wing Hindu group in India warned Muslims and Christians on Thursday not to join in a lively Hindu religious festival this month, in the latest bid by activists to step up segregation in the multi-faith country.
 Reuters3 weeks ago Festival aims to bring harmony  Asian Age1 week ago

Indian jihadists call for attacks on non-Muslims

Group ties move in retaliation for US led air strikes on IS fighters NEW DELHI, Oct 7, (RTRS): A group of Indian Islamic militants, operating out of Pakistan, has called for attacks on non Muslims in the region in retaliation for US-led air strikes ...
 Arab Times2 weeks ago Indian jihadist group for attack on non-Muslims  Himalayan times2 weeks ago Delhi marks Eid Al Adha  Qatar Peninsula2 weeks ago Indian jihadist group calls for attacks on non Muslims  Yahoo! Maktoob News2 weeks ago

'Muslim parents should save their children from hardliners'

Delhi-based defence expert Dr Alok Bansal said here on Monday that Muslims in India are not themselves religious hardliners but in the changing circumstance they should learn to save their children from influence of religious fanaticsfrom all over ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
IndiaTV News

Katju's remarks are based on ignorance of Muslim Personal Law

: While talking on the issues of women in New Delhi on 30th September, Justice Markanday Katju, former Chief Justice of India, presently working as Chairman of Press Council of India made certain remarks criticizing the status of Muslims women and ...
 Siasat Daily2 weeks ago Muslim personal law is barbaric: Justice Markandey Katju  Times of India3 weeks ago Katju favours uniform civil law  IndiaTV News3 weeks ago Press Council chief Katju may get extension  The Sunday Guardian1 day ago
IndiaTV News

Modi's statement on Muslims not political but nationalistic: BJP

New Delhi: BJP today said Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statement on Indian Muslims is not “political but nationalistic” and hit out at those deriving negative meaning from it, saying they have realised that secularism can no longer be used ...
 IndiaTV News1 month ago PM's statement on Muslims nationalist: BJP's Naqvi  News Chennai Online1 month ago Congress questions timing of Modi's statement on Indian Muslims  IndiaTV News1 month ago Imam Bukhari to Modi: Muslims are loyal, don't need certificate from anyone  Rediff.com1 month ago
Weekly Voice

Eid Ul Adha Celebrated

Millions of Muslims celebrated Eid ul Adha over the weekend. New Delhi's Jam Masjid hosted one of the largest crowds of eid celebrants. The post Eid Ul Adha Celebrated appeared first on Weekly Voice - The Newspaper for South Asians in
 Weekly Voice1 week ago Eid Celebrated in the National Capital  Current News India2 weeks ago India Muslims Celebrate Festive `Eid  IslamOnline NET2 weeks ago Delhi: Eid-ul-Azha Being Celebrated on Monday  NDTV2 weeks ago
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