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Vol. XLIX No. 51, 2012-03-25
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JIH HAILS UP GOVT\'S DECISION TO FENCE GRAVEYARDS
 

Jamaat-e-Islami Hind has welcomed the move of the government of Uttar Pradesh to allow the construction of fences around the graveyards and called it an important decision taken by the UP chief minister Akhilesh Yadav and his team. It must be remembered that JIH has always pressed for the fencing of graveyards so as to prevent it from the illegal occupation and unnecessary legal battles that it had to fight to claim its own lands.

The assistant secretary of JIH, Mr. Intizar Naeem last... More

 
 
 
AMU STUDENTS UNION PROTESTS AGAINST KAZMI\'S ARREST
 

Aligarh Muslim University Students Union held protest in Aligarh against the arrest of scribe Syed Ahmed Kazmi in connection with the bombing of an Israeli diplomat’s vehicle in Delhi. The students marched to District Collector and handed over a memorandum addressed to the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, claiming that the 50-year-old Kazmi was arrested on the basis of “concocted” charges. They alleged that it has become an “ominous” trend to pick up “innocen... More

 
 
 
SURVEY REVEALS MUSLIMS ARE GUJARAT\'S NEW OUTCASTES
 

The state-led genocide of Muslims in Gujarat not only destroyed lives and livelihood of thousands of Muslims but also reduced the whole Muslim community to the status of second-class citizens who do not seem to exist. This is the finding of a city-based NGO, Janvikas, which conducted the survey on the status of the minority community. The survey also shows that the neglect is officially sanctioned. The riots displaced more than 2 lakh people across the state and about 16000 Muslims are still ... More

 
 
 
RIGHTS BODY TO TAKE UP \'D\' VOTERS\' CAUSE
 

The National Confederation of Human Rights Organisations (NCHRO), an umbrella body of Dalit, tribal and minority groups, raised the plight of Assam’s doubtful voters at the national level. NCHRO national coordinator Reny Ayline said Assam is the only state in the country where certain people are branded as doubtful voters. She added the practice constitutes violation of human rights and should be stopped immediately.More

 
 
 
\'DENYING PASSPORT TO 60,000 FAMILIES SHAMEFUL\'
 

Commenting on the Kashmiri Pandit Sangarsh Samiti’s ‘revelation’ that 60,000 Kashmiri families are indexed not to receiveCIDclearance for passports, the Hurriyat Conference (G) Spokesman Ayaz Akbar termed it highly ‘shameful’. “The members of these families are not allowed to visit foreign countries,” said Ayaz Akbar adding that “the purpose behind denying the passports to Kashmiris is that the world community should not become aware about ... More

 
 
 
DR. NOOR MOHAMMAD TAKES CHARGE OF AMU VC
 

Dr. Noor Mohammad, a 1977 batch retired IAS officer, took over charge as Vice Chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University. He said, “My priority is to restore the essential ethos of this great seat of learning and will take strong pre-emptive steps to maintain law and order at the campus.” Dr. Mohammad is a distinguished alumnus of the AMU and obtained B. Sc. (Hons.) and M. Sc. (Physics) from 1969-73 and topped the list in both the examinations. He earned his doctorate from the Univer... More

 
 
 
DR. S.N.A. RIZVI FELICITATED FOR CONTRIBUTION IN NEPHROLOGY
 

Dr. S.N.A .Rizvi, Ex Director, Professor and head of the Department of Medicine Maulana Azad Medical College and presently Senior Consultant Nephrology at Apollo Hospital, Sanjeevan Medical Research Centre and Lion’s Kidney Hospital, Delhi, was felicitated for his contribution in the field of Nephrology by the 6th Asian Forum of CKD Initiative and North Zone Chapter of Indian Society of Nephrology atPGI Chandigarh on Feb 24. He is recipient of Prestigious Netaji Oration Award... More

 
 
 
JIH CHIEF CONDOLES DEATH OF HAFIZ MOHAMMAD SIDDIQUE
 

Ameer Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, Maulana Syed Jalaluddin Umari, expressed grief and sorrow over the sad demise of the leader of Jamiat-e-Ulema Hind Hafiz Mohammad Siddique, and prayed to Allah for His mercy and place in Paradise. In a letter to the President of Jamiat-e-Ulema Hind, he praised the deceased for his religious activism and good deeds, and said, “He did not let political profiles he held during his life to influence his religious side.” He worked exceptionally well at both ... More

 
 
 
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