• Union Budget 2017-18 A Missed Opportunity

    12 Feb 2017 |
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    By JAWED ALAM KHAN Budgeting is an annual exercise to prepare a detailed roadmap for effective use of public resources and removing the socioeconomic and regional disparities in the country. Union Budget 2017-18 was presented in the backdrop of global … More

  • Union Budget 2017-18 Fails to Hit the Headline

    12 Feb 2017 |
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    Dr. Amir Ullah Khan analyses the Union Budget 2017 and opines that there was nothing that could be converted into a headline. The Union Budget was remarkable for its plainness. There was nothing that could be converted into a headline. … More

UP Elections Where Do the Muslims Stand?

Uttar Pradesh, the largest state of India, is going to vote for its next legislative assembly. The Muslims in UP are about 20 per cent of population, a solid 4.5 crore strong segment. They are about 36 per cent in … More

#VISITMYMOSQUE DAY

Record Number of Britons Show Solidarity with Muslims o...

  Record number of visitors share tea and biscuits with their Muslim neighbours on as third ‘Visit My Mosque’ Day comes to a close, said a statement of Muslim Council of Britain on 5 February. Over 150 mosques across Britain … More

PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT

Three Factors Theory of Personality Development

By Syed Kazim The Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be to him) said, “My Lord commanded me to adhere to nine things. He commanded me to be sincere when in private and in public, be Just in times … More

PLIGHT OF ROHINGYA MUSLIMS

Rohingya Muslim Babies and Children ‘Being Slaughtere...

Babies and children have been slaughtered with knives during a military campaign on Rohingya Muslims in Burma, according to a series of accounts in a disturbing UN report. An eight-month-old, a five-year-old and a six-year-old were all reportedly stabbed to … More

FACE-TO-FACE

Budget Hasn’t Taken Care of Internal, External Instab...

PROFESSOR ARUN KUMAR, a noted economist and former head of Centre for Economic Studies and Planning, JNU, is regarded as an authority on black economy and has authored, The Black Economy in India and Indian Economy since Independence. His area … More

FROM DARKNESS TO LIGHT

We’ve Come to a Confident Conclusion

By MUHAMMAD ROBERT HEFT I was born in Winnipeg in Canada to second generation Canadians, originally German and Irish. I’m from a small town growing up in Milton, Ontario. I was born into a Lutheran family. We weren’t that practising… … More

INSIDE INDIA

INSIDE INDIA 12-feb-2017

AFTER 13 YEARS IN JAIL, SC ACQUITS TWO ACCUSED The Supreme Court on 2 February acquitted two persons and upheld conviction of two others in connection with the 2002 tiffin-bomb blast case, in which the state government of Gujarat had … More

MUSLIM WORLD

MUSLIM WORLD 12-feb-2017

MALAYSIA TO GIVE JOBS TO ROHINGYA MUSLIM REFUGEES A pilot scheme to give work to Rohingya refugees in Malaysia is to be launched next month, Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said on 2 February. Malaysia will initially allow 300 … More

READERS' PULSE

READERS' PULSE 12-feb-2017

Alliance in UP Prashant Kishore is the man behind Congress and SP alliance in Uttar Pradesh. UP is also going to be a litmus test of his political acumen as a poll strategist. So far his political arithmetic is working … More

REPORT

Peace & Humanity Conference A&N Islands Glittering Exam...

    By our Correspondent A ‘Peace and Humanity Conference’ organised by Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, A&N Islands was held at TGCE auditorium in Port Blair on 29 January. The Lt. Governor, A&N Islands, Prof. Jagdish Mukhi was the chief guest on … More

REPORT

The Budget Promise Doesn’t Match with the Ground Real...

By our staff reporter In a democratic country people are supreme and they should take part or intervene in any activity, including the Budget. Right from the formulation of the budget, enactment, implementation and audit, we the people as a … More

REPORT

Thousands March in London to Protest Trump

Thousands of protesters on 4 February gathered in front of the U.S. Embassy in London to protest a travel ban introduced on citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries and refugees. Approximately 10,000 people marched from the embassy to 10 Downing Street … More