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Vol. XLIX No. 31, 2011-10-30
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MUSLIMS MUST TAKE FULL ADVANTAGE OF MINORITY RELATED SCHEMES: SAFDAR KHAN
 

The chairman of Delhi Minority Commission, Mr. Safdar H. Khan organised a meeting with the Muslim Mushawrat Committee in Delhi to get a fair view about the conditions of Muslims and the steps that have been taken to uplift the minorities. In the meeting Mr. Khan introduced various schemes under Maulana Azad Education Foundation and National Minorities Development & Finance Corporation (Qaumi Aqliyati Maliyati Corporation). He further talked about the scholarships meant for the s... More

 
 
 
GUJARAT SHINING A MYTH, MALNUTRITION HIGHEST AMONG MUSLIMS
 

From the past few months, there has been a deluge of reports about the shining Gujarat and the zenith it has reached in terms of development. However, if we look at the poverty index and incidences of malnutrition, the image the media has created about Gujarat collapses like a house of cards. The Indian Human Development Index showed an impressive gain of 21 per cent from 2000-2008, with the Muslims and the SC/ST showing signs of improvement, but at the same time the report says that Gujarat ... More

 
 
 
GOVT’S EYE CARE CAMP TURNS DEADLY
 

Another shocking case of sheer negligence by the government authorities came up in Balod town of Durg district. It has been reported that post eye surgery at the camp one woman lost her life and 25 of them lost vision in an eye (the eye on which the surgery was done). The Jyoti Mela camp was held from September 21 to 30, and the victims who came from nearby villages, were operated upon September 29. All the victims are over 55 and belong to poor farmer families.

“They caught inf... More

 
 
 
TAX WORTH CRORES WAIVED OFF FOR FORMULA 1, SC ASKS WHY?
 

Nexus between the governments and the elites or tycoons has always been a cause of concern. This time this nexus involves Mayawati and the Jaypee group (the group which is organising India’s first Formula 1 race) when the former waived off the entertainment tax worth crores of rupees for the latter. The Supreme Court on Oct 18 asked the U. P. government as to why it has granted tax exemption to the event that will start from Oct 30 at the Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida. Th... More

 
 
 
OKHLA RESIDENTS FACE WATER WOES
 

After 64 years of independence India indeed has made its presence felt in the global arena and emerged as a challenging power and a fast growing economy, however this is only one-sided view. The other side is that still there are myriad numbers of people yet to get basic needs, as basic as drinking water. The residents of Shaheen Bagh, Abul Fazl, Batla House and Zakir Nagar areas of New Delhi are facing the acute problem of water from quite a long time. Residents are angry with the administra... More

 
 
 
LIVE LIFE AS PER INJUNCTIONS OF QURAN: KALEEM SIDDIQUI
 

Fatima Academy and Step Education Society jointly organised a religious programme in Lal Kuan, Old Delhi. The programme was organised to address the crucial issue of declining value system in the society and emphasis was given on increasing immorality, adultery and intoxication among youths. In his presidential speech, Mr. Aslam Parwez, principal Zakir Husain College, pointed out the deteriorating condition of the Muslim society. He further added that these days we do not find the environment... More

 
 
 
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