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Indian Muslim A Muslim is identified by what he does and not what he thinks : Dr. Aslam Parvaiz

By Muslim Mirror Network New Delhi:Prof (Dr) Mohammad Aslam Parvaiz, former Vice-Chancellor of Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU), Hyderabad on Saturday underlined that the Quran does not allow cherry picking and he whose knowledge and practice is limited to only 3.5 verses of the holy book is not a …

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Government’s step towards modernisation of madrassas

The first word of the Quran revealed to Prophet Mohammad was ‘Iqra’ (read). Therefore, seeking knowledge through education, religious as well as modern/scientific, is an obligation on every Muslim, male or female. The seven-member Kundu Committee, also known as post Sachar Evaluation Committee headed by Prof. Amitabh Kundu had submitted …

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A Brahmin woman teaching Arabic in Kerala

Gopalika, a Brahmin woman began her profession as an Arabic teacher in the year 1987, despite an uproar among the Hindus, who argued that a Brahmin could not teach Arabic. Possibly, the first Brahmin teacher of the language in the country, Gopalika, who hails from Kunnamkulam village in Thrissur district …

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Islam vis-à-vis female education

Islam advocates educating women and enlightening them about the teachings of religion, as education greatly influences the lives of women as well as of their children in the future, said Prophet Muhammad, when some female companion asked him ‘Men are always with you, so specify a day for us’. Then …

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93-yr-old Siva leaves school in 1940s, returns to get MA in 2020

New Delhi: 93-year-old CI Sivasubramanian who was the oldest student at the IGNOU convocation on Monday received his masters’ degree in public administration. “Family responsibilities kept me from pursuing my passion for studies, but at 87, finally, that opportunity knocked on my door,” said 93-year-old, Sivasubramanian. His zest for knowledge …

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Muslim youth in Agra take up Sanskrit studies

Muslim youth in Agra city is taking interest in learning Sanskrit in their schools along with other religious books. When Indiatoday.in took a survey of an inter-college in the city, it was found that Muslim students especially girls in large numbers were studying Sanskrit. Mumtaz Khan, a student of Class …

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Aligarh Muslim University Ranked 2nd Best Among Indian Universities

AMU is a central university, originally established by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan and his friends as Mohammedan Anglo-Oriental College in 1875 Aligarh: The “US News and World Report Best Global Universities Rankings 2019” has placed the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) on the second rank among all Indian universities, in its …

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Dr. Hussaini founder chancellor of Khaja Bandanawaz University conferred with “Mohsin-E-Millat Award”

Mohsin E Millat Award being presented to Dr. Syed Shah Khusro Hussaini by Prof. Shakeel Samdani By Muslim Mirror News Aligarh, Dec 10 :  Dr. Syed Shah Khusro Hussaini, Founder and Chancellor, Khaja Bandanawaz University was conferred with  “Mohsin-E-Millat Award” by Sir Syed Awareness Forum (SAF) during a function which was …

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Renowned historian Mushirul Hasan passes away

Hasan, who was also a former Director General of the National Archives of India, wrote extensively on the 1947 partition of India. He served as Pro Vice Chancellor of Jamia Millia Islamia between 1992 and 1996 and headed the institution between 2004 and 2009. Hasan’s ‘Namaz-e-Janaza’ was performed at Babul …

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