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Revisiting Shahjahanabad
Millennium Post

Revisiting Shahjahanabad

3 May 2016, New Delhi, Team MP Shahjahan's favourite daughter Jahan Ara, laid the foundation to the abode of Shahajan, Shahjahanabad around 1639, which eventually happened to be one of the most talked about places in the country. ... Millennium Post, 3 weeks ago

Inception: Business Plan Competition Grand Finale held at BRAC University

The much awaited grand finale of Inception: Business Plan Competition was held on May 18, 2016 at the BRAC University auditorium. This competition was organised under the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) funded project Ashshash: ...
 Dhaka Tribune17 hours ago

Alliance with Left was Cong's 'national-level mistake'

The Congress party "threatened" minorities in Assam and that is why they lost the elections in the state, Minority Affairs Minister Najma Heptulla said on Thursday as the BJP was poised to form the government in the northeastern state. India's ...
 Equilibrio Informativo6 days ago

Appeal to increase budgetary allocation for health sector

:02:46 FE Report Speakers at a seminar urged the government on Sunday to increase budgetary allocation for the health sector to ensure smooth service for all sections of people. They also said the allocation which is given to the sector is ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh1 week ago

Blind people have illuminated mind: Tarana

Telecommunications Division Tarana Halim today said blind people have illuminated mind as they personally maintain an ideal life. "Though you are blind, you are illuminated mentally as you maintain an ideal life," the minister said while ...
 Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha1 week ago

Digital Punjab campaign to strengthen IT industry launched

Home Economy Watch Digital Punjab campaign to strengthen IT industry launched Like Staff Reporter Lahore—The government of the Punjab, in collaboration with Pakistan Software Houses Association (P@SHA) announced to launch the Digital ...
 Pakistan Observer1 week ago

Birds of a Feather

i Birds circle above the Chandni Chowk market in the old quarters of Delhi on March 25. The market, whose name means "Moonlit Square" in English, is one of the oldest and busiest in India. Built in the 17th century by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan and ...
 Jakarta Globe2 weeks ago
The Hindu

Music that never gets old

Evergreen. Vintage. Golden. Velvet. Silk. Whichever way you describe it, Talat Mahmood's voice lives on 18 years after his demise. Songs like Jaaye toh jaaye kahan ( Taxi Driver ), Aye mere dil kahin ( Daag ) and Jalte hain jiske liye ( Sujata ) ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Clerics dismisses Desai's campaign

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Lucknow, May 1 -- Deobandi Islamic clerics have dismissed the campaign by the Tripti Desai for entry in the Haji Ali Dargah as 'cheap publicity stunt'. The ...
 HT Syndication3 weeks ago
New Internationalist

Tentative steps forward for Muslim women's rights

Good news, says a section of the Times of India . Good news indeed. A 1,000-year-old Kerala mosque has made headlines everywhere by allowing Muslim women to enter its hallowed precincts for the first time in history. The 1,000-year-old Juma Masjid ...
 New Internationalist4 weeks ago
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