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इस्‍लामसिर्फ ‘मजहब’ हीनहींबल्किजीनेकाएकढंगभीहै

इस्‍लाम जात-पात, नस्‍ल, भाषा और मजहब को दरकिनार करते हुए समानता में विश्‍वास करता है और लोकतांत्रिक व मजहबी निरपेक्ष व्‍यवस्‍था के लिए एक मंच उपलब्‍ध कराता है। यह मनुष्‍य जाति को अमन के साथ रहने के लिए अपने दरवाजे खोलता है और जोर-जबरदस्‍ती तथा जबरन मजहब परिवर्तन से परहेज …

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Veteran Journalist, Fareed Zakaria’s Mother, Padma Shri Fatima Zakaria Dies Aged 85

Renowned journalist, academician and Padma Shri awardee, Fatima Rafiq Zakaria passed away at the Bajaj Hospital in Maharashtra’s Aurangabad due to COVID-19 on 06th April noon. She was 85. Fatima Zakaria was the widow of former Maharashtra Minister and Islamic scholar Dr Rafiq Zakaria, and had been admitted to a …

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Britain’s mosques have played leading role in raising health awareness, fighting fake coronavirus news

Leaders and scholars from Britain’s Muslim community have told their congregations that there is no conflict between fasting during Ramadan and receiving coronavirus vaccinations. The month of Ramadan is a holy month for Muslims worldwide, and sees worshippers abstaining from food and drink, between sunrise and sunset. While religious teachings …

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The first Muslim post graduate in Indian subcontinent: Rahimtulla M Sayani

Very few people know that besides Badruddin Tayabji, Rahimtullah M Sayani was among the first 10 people who became INC presidents. He was among the two Muslims present at the first Indian National Congress INC session in Mumbai, in 1885. Eleven years later his was the honour to preside over …

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Patience in Islam- The Reward of Patience in Quran and Sunnah

Islam meaning

Patience is to hold one’s soul from being impatient and displeased, holding the tongue from complaining and the body parts from harming himself or others. The patience is mentioned at many places in Quran and Sunnah of the beloved Prophet (SAW), which shows the virtues and greatness of Patience. In …

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AIUDF and ISF: New experiments in Muslim politics

Can a Muslim party as part of a secular coalition address the problem of Muslim marginalisation in politics? Muslims constitute more than one third of the population in Assam and more than one fourth in West Bengal and Kerala that are going to polls. Two political parties in Assam and …

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Varanasi court orders ASI survey of Gyanvapi mosque adjacent to Kashi Vishwanath temple

Form 5-member panel, with two persons from minority community, for the task, it directs ASI. Sunni Central Waqf Board to challenge order A local court in Varanasi on Thursday directed the Archaeological Survey of India to conduct a survey of the Gyanvapi Mosque compound adjacent to the Kashi Vishwanath Temple …

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India & Bangladesh will power the recovery of South Asia’s economy, World Bank says

Dhaka, Bangladesh | Flickr Text Size: A- A+ Dhaka: Returning to a high growth path will be the easy part for South Asian economies led by India, which confront much harder challenges in the form of increased inequalities and reduced access to education in the wake of the pandemic, according …

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Begum Hazrat Mahal

Woh rutba paaya tha humne watan me, usi ki badaulat hui ye ladai. Adoo banke aaye jo the dost apne, na thi jiski umeed, ki woh burai. “The glory we had in the country, This fight is for that Our enemies came disguised as friends They did the evil things …

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