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Modernity And The Madrasa
Indian Express

Modernity And The Madrasa

Madrasas affiliated to Deobandis and Ahl-e-Hadis refused to take part in the madrasa modernisation initiative. It was due to this stiff opposition that the previous government dropped the idea of having an all-India madrasa board through which ... Indian Express, 1 week ago
Of Ummah, madrassas and tolerance! Kashmir Observer, 1 month ago

Deobandi, Barelvi Sect Followers Clash in UP

During life as well as after his death, Napoleon had ardent admires all over the world... Correlation Conundrum Some of the finest epidemiological work has involved sorting through data and working... London Diary With so many London landmarks being acquired ...
 Outlook1 month ago Clash Breaks Out Between 2 Sects of Muslims in Uttar Pradesh  New Indian Express1 month ago Deobandi, Barelvi followers clash in UP  Press Trust of India1 month ago PTI - UP-CLASH - Deobandi, Barelvi followers clash in UP  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago
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Pakistan Observer

Death of two top militant leaders

- Prospects of peace and security in our region could improve following reports this week of the death of two top militant leaders. Mullah Mohammad Omar, the legendary head of Afghan Taliban, died sometime ago but this was kept a closely-guarded ...
 Pakistan Observer12 hours ago

6,500 unregistered seminaries are still operating in Punjab

ISLAMABAD: Authorities in Punjab have claimed that nearly 6,500 unregistered seminaries are currently operating in the province. This figure was shared with the Supreme Court (SC), along with the information that the provincial authorities have ...
 The Gulf Today16 hours ago Number crunching: Nearly half of Punjab's seminaries are unregistered  The Express Tribune1 day ago
The Express Tribune

Unexplainable and unjust : CDA silent on other encroachments

Mosque­s, semina­ries, govt office­s and busine­ssmen contin­ue to occupy state land. PHOTO: ONLINE ISLAMABAD: The city managers announced on Sunday that the demolition of the capital's largest informal settlement — the Afghan ...
 The Express Tribune1 day ago
Times of India

Gurdaspur attack: India can't afford a tepid response

By C Christine Fair From the moment it became apparent that Narendra Modi would become India's Prime Minister, Pakistan has wondered how India would respond to its terrorist predations. Would it follow the path of the previous PM Manmohan Singh ...
 Economic Times2 days ago Gurdaspur hit: India can't afford a tepid response  Times of India2 days ago Should Pakistan be designated a state sponsor of t ...  Gulf Time UAE1 month ago Maulanas to Modi: We are not outsiders in Hindustan  Rediff.com2 months ago

The forgotten flippant

The mid and late 19th century was a highly charged period in India. The centuries-old Muslim Empire in the region had collapsed and the British were consolidating their colonial rule over a vast expanse teeming with millions of people belonging to a ...
 DAWN Group2 days ago
The News Tribe

Who was Jalaluddin Haqqani

PESHAWAR: As per reliable sources among the Afghan Taliban, the Chief of Haqqani militant network and father of Sirajuddin Haqqani,JalaluddinHaqqani, let us have a review on his life. Jalaluddin Haqqani Jalaluddin was a mujahedeen leader ...
 The News Tribe2 days ago
Livemint.com

Report says over 35,000 madrassas operating in Pakistan

The number of madrassas in Pakistan have crossed 35,000 from fewer than 300 since the inception of Pakistan, according to a report issued in Karachi the other day. Titled The Madrasa Conundrum — The state of religious education in Pakistan, the ...
 Pakistan Today4 days ago Book Review | Creating a New Medina  Livemint.com3 weeks ago Pakistan's top militant commanders  DAWN Group3 weeks ago Can fundamentalism in Pakistan be traced back to madrassas?  The Express Tribune3 weeks ago

Rebuilding public narratives

Madrassa networks linked with militant groups have emerged as a major challenge for Pakistan's counterterrorism operations. For instance, the police in Rawalpindi and Islamabad have reported that the outlawed Tehreek I Taliban e Pakistan (TTP) ...
 The Friday Times4 days ago
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