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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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Indian Muslims: From darkness to dawn

By Hasan Ghias “The darkest hour is just before the dawn”, says an old English proverb. Are we living through our darkest hour since the foundation of our republic? Perhaps yes; perhaps not. The worst may still be in store, or we may have hit rock bottom. Nobody knows. Three …

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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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Non-Unani experts are being nominated on Unani boards

A group of Unani college students. By Special Correspondent New Delhi: The National Unani Medical Confederation (NUMC) alleged that step-motherly treatment is being meted out to the Unani system of medicine in the country since the BJP-led government came to power. Unani has been systematically neglected or undermined at the …

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There is a hole at the bottom of the bucket

If the tap is open and the water supply is continuous then it can fill up any utensil of any size within a given span of time. However, if the utensil is not filling up despite continuous running water then there is only one possibility- there is a hole at …

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Taliban’s act in Afghanistan is completely Un-Islamic

As the US has completely withdrawn from Afghanistan,Taliban has taken control over the whole of the country. Today, the true picture of Taliban that they are killing civilians including children, women and non-combating old age innocent people, can be seen. Taliban claim that they are ‘Mujahid’ fighting for Islam, however …

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Selective Interpretation of Shariah: The New vs the Old Taliban

Shariah provides a lot of flexibility for differing interpretations. Previously, when the Taliban had full control of Afghanistan, they under the garb of implementing Shariah law, forced women to stay at home and had them escorted by a man if they were going out of the house, thereby eradicating free …

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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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Pasmandas paying for the sins of Ashrafs

Pasmanda Muslims, the most neglected and underprivileged section of India have suffered developmental, political marginalisation and social stigmatization since independence. The deteriorating socio-economic condition of Pasmand Muslims came to light in the 1980s and 1990s. Even before independence, the question of caste and caste-based reservation was highlighted in the Government …

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