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Vol. L No. 2, 2012-04-08
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AIMMM WRİTES LETTER TO PM AND UN ON AL-QUDS MİLLİON MARCH
 

In a letter written to the Prime Minister of India Dr. Manmohan Singh, the All India Muslim Majlis-e-Mushawarat draws the attention of the PM towards to inhumane atrocities the Palestinians are facing at the hands of the Israelis. The letter laments the fact that the even the Human Rights Organisations are not allowed for relief and rehabilitation work.

“The Father of Nation considered the idea of creating Israel on Palestinian land to be a crime against humanity. You are well a... More

 
 
 
SIO ORGANISES ‘ONE MILE MARCH’
 

The Students Islamic Organisation (SIO), Hyderabad chapter, and Friends of Palestine (FOP) took out a “one mile march” on Mar 25, at Indira Park in support of the Palestinian cause. Speakers urged the international community to break their silence on the sensitive issue of Palestine where people were being subjected to ruthless torture. Ajit Sahi, former editor, Tehelka, who visited Gaza last year, shared his experiences and urged all the nations to come forward and build... More

 
 
 
POLICE DETAINS PEACEFUL MARCHERS ON AL-QUDS MILLION MARCH IN INDIA
 

Peaceful activists and marchers came on the streets and expressed their solidarity and support for the Palestinians on Al-Quds Million March after the Friday prayers on Mar 30. In Mumbai some people were detained while they were protesting outside the Israeli embassy. “Marine line Police did not allow the protest and detained us for three hours,” said Abdul Muqeet, a protestor of Students Islamic Organisation of India (SIO). However, the protestors were able to submit a memorandum... More

 
 
 
MODI GOVT’S INVOLVEMENT IN ‘UNDUE FAVOURS’ TO CORPORATE
 

A report by CAG of India alleged financial irregularities worth thousands of crores by the Narendra Modi government. The report has indicted the state-owned Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation (GSPC), whose flawed operations since 2009 has caused a loss of Rs 5000 crore. The largest chunk of losses however comes from GPSC’s own faulty operations in KG Basin, where it bid for exploration without properly estimating financial and technical costs, which finally shot up from an estimated $ ... More

 
 
 
INDIA SHOULD SCRAP AFSPA IN KASHMIR: UN
 

After a 12-day visit to India, the U.N.’s Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, Christof Heyns, urged New Delhi to repeal the law, saying it was “a symbol of excessive state power” that “clearly violates international law.” “A law such as AFSPA has no role to play in a democracy and should be scrapped,” Heyns said.

Heyns, who will submit a report of his findings to the U.N. Human Rights Council next year, said h... More

 
 
 
OPEN GATE NEAR KARBALA FOR A DAY: HC
 

The Delhi High Court asked the Delhi Police to open a gate, barricading of which had led to a clash in Jor Bagh in January, for a day. Rejecting the argument of police that its opening could lead to a law and order problem, the court directed them to open the western gate near Karbala Mosque, on the occasion of ‘Nauchandi Jumerat.’

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NO ONE TO TEACH KANNADA, ENGLISH AND URDU
 

The visit to Kabeer Urdu Higher Primary and High School, located in Rajiv Nagar II stage came as a shock for the President of Mysore District Committee for Human Rights Federation of India, Afzar Pasha and member Bhojaraja. The school was operating without teachers in Kannada, English and Urdu. Some of the teachers at the institution were teaching on temporary basis for over a decade. Student-teacher ratio was also abysmal low. The president of Federation has requested t... More

 
 
 
JIH ORGANISES FREE MEDICAL CAMP IN ALIGARH, AMU AREA
 

A free medical camp was organised by Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, AMU area in Alam Bagh/Bhamola, Aligarh on Mar 18. The programme initiated with the recitation of a few verses of the Holy Qur’ān. Several young and educated doctors, most of them educated from JN Medical College, AMU, Aligarh, offered their services on honorary basis for this noble cause. About 600 persons benefited from the camp. The patients were from all groups of human beings, including Muslims, non-Muslims, male, female an... More

 
 
 
BIHAR TO APPOINT 34000 URDU TEACHERS
 

The state government would appoint 34,000 Urdu teachers for which written test had already been conducted, education minister PK Sahi said in the state assembly. Urdu teachers would be posted in the secondary schools with co-education. He was replying to the starred question of RJD member Dinesh Kumar Singh, who had sought opening of an Urdu secondary school for girls in Jagdishpur block under Bhojpur district.

Sahi said there was no such provision for opening a separate Urdu secondar... More

 
 
 
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