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Eid Milap function hosted by Hamara Hindustan at Hotel Taj Kri...

Hamara Hindustan organization hosted Eid Milap function at Hotel Taj Krishna yesterday in collaboration with R.V. Blood Bank and Aakar Asha organization. The function began with the welcome address of Mr. Khaleel. He said that the objective of ... Siasat Daily, 1 month ago
'Hamara Hindustan' hosts Eid Milap Function Siasat Daily, 1 month ago
Examiner.com

300 Year-Old Library in India to Undergo Renovations

A 300-year-old library in Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India will undergo renovations, Mohammad Akhef reported for The Times of India on Sunday, August 10, 2014. Syed Aejaz Hussein, C.E.O. of the Maharashtra State Board of Wakfs (trustees of Muslim ...
 Examiner.com1 month ago

Why aren't British Muslims condemning the maniacs killing in the name of Islam?

By Dr Taj Hargey Published: 23:38 GMT, 14 August 2014 | Updated: 11:24 GMT, 15 August 2014 925 View comments The Muslims mistakenly parading themselves as jihadists 'defending' Islam are plumbing new depths of horror in their ...
 Capital Bay1 month ago

The Shah's Regime

in Shah's memoir is a detailed bildungsroman set in the India of the 1960s and 1970s. He is rivetingly honest and quintessentially minces no words. And when he does mince words, they transform into superior black humour and entrancing poetry. He ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 days ago
Mid Day

What's the story behind Colaba's landmark eateries?

There's a crowd outside Social, a novel-work-by-day-play-by-night concept restaurant, which opened in August, almost every evening. An interior shot of the bar at Colaba's favourite new hangout, Social. Everyone's there to check out South ...
 Mid Day2 weeks ago

KPT's Ashfaq replaces Adil as Pakistan leave for Incheon

KARACHI: Karachi Port Trust (KPT) attacker Ashfaquddin was named in the Pakistan squad as a replacement for explosive Dordoi Bishkek winger Mohammad Adil as the national football team left for Incheon, South Korea to take part in the Asian Games on ...
 DAWN Group2 weeks ago
Current News India

J&K Flood: SOS From Stranded People in Kashmir

SRINAGAR:    With flood waters rising in Jammu and Kashmir, thousands of frantic residents are on rooftops, especially in Srinagar. Over 150 people have been killed in the state's worst flood in six decades. Lakhs are marooned and desperately waiting for ...
 Current News India3 weeks ago
New Indian Express

Romeos of Terror

Captured in the limitless digital universe, the videos will remain forever as bloody testimony to one of mankind's ancient evils—the cruelty of man to man in the name of religion. In both, a young American wearing an orange jumpsuit is kneeling at ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago

Azad, others visit flood hit areas

Excelsior Correspondent Ghulam Nabi Azad during his visit to flood hit areas in Jammu on Friday. JAMMU, Sept 5: To assess the damage caused by the flash floods and incessant rains and express their total sympathy with the flood victims and ...
 Daily Excelsior.com3 weeks ago

Is Love Jihad a Real Thing in India?

Two months ago, Tara Shahdeo, a renowned sport shooter, married a man named Ranjit Kumar Kohli. But just after their wedding, she says she discovered his dark side. His real name, according to a complaint filed several weeks ago in eastern India, is ...
 Vocativ3 weeks ago
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