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20 students from Jamia, 10 from Hamdard crack UPSC exam

By Muslim Mirror Staff 20 Students from Jamia Millia Islamia’s Residential Coaching Academy has cleared the civil services examination conducted by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). Faizan Ahmed, who ranked 58, has secured the highest position among successful candidates from Jamia’s coaching academy. 14 out of them are from the …

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OBC Muslim groups too demand caste based census

NEW DELHI:  OBC Muslim groups have now pressed for caste based census in the country which has been a major demand of political parties across the board from NDA allies to the UPA. National Momin Conference which is a Muslim OBC body, on Wednesday demanded from the Prime Minister that …

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The Uncanny Resemblance between Muslim Brotherhood and Popular Front of India

The Muslim Brotherhood (Al-Ikhwān Al-Muslimūn), founded in Egypt in 1928 CE by Hasan Al-Banna established for themselves a principle that was intended to unite the Muslims overlooking differences for the sake of reaching a “greater goal”, which was political power for the Ikhwān (Brotherhood) in Egypt and then the rest …

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Govt. employees liable for failure to report actions of kin that harm ‘national interest’: Jammu & Kashmir administration

By Muslim Mirror Staff Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir administration, on Thrusday said that government employees will be terminated from service and also become ineligible for promotion in the event that they are found to have been involved in any act of ‘sabotage, espionage, treason, terrorism, subversion, sedition/ secession, facilitating foreign …

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Muslim girl who lost legs in accident completes MD

By Muslim Mirror Staff Mumbai : Roshan Jawwad Shaikh, a resident of Jogeshwari Mumbai lost both her legs in a train accident thirteen years ago, at that time she believed her life had come to a halt and her childhood dream of becoming a doctor would stay unfulfilled. But the …

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Muzaffarnagar riots : Eight years on, over 1,100 acquitted, just seven convicted

Muzaffarnagar riots victims. MUZAFFARNAGAR:  Eight years since the Muzaffarnagar riots of 2013, 1,117 people accused in 97 cases related to murder, rape, robbery and arson among others connected to the violence have been acquitted over lack of evidence. Seven people were convicted in a single case related to the murder …

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AMU was not built on Raja Mahendra Pratap’s land

By Abdul Bari Masoud   Aligarh: Prominent historian of the Aligarh movement, Dr Rahat Abrar strongly contradicted the claim that Aligarh Muslim University land was donated by Raja Mahindra Pratap.  He said the land on which AMU was built had not been donated by Raja Mahendra Pratap as claimed by …

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AIMPLB Distances Itself from Taliban Statements

All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) secretary Maulana Umrain Mahfuz Rahmani and national spokesperson Maulana Sajjad Nomani have come out in open support of Taliban LUCKNOW – The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) has distanced itself from the statements made by some of its members in support of …

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Arshad Madani’s statement is a right step towards strengthening nationalistic values

The capture of power by the Taliban after twenty years of fighting against coalition forces was beyond perceptions. The turn of the events was so dramatic that everyone was caught by surprise. Many analysts have projected the new Taliban as a modern, refined version with little linkages to the old …

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