Rahmani 30 alumni develop app that can connect student to tutor in 60 seconds

By Hasan Akram New Delhi: Two IITians and formers students of Rahmani 30, Imbesat Ahmad and Shadman have developed an app for NEET-JEE aspirants. With the help of the app, a student can connect with a tutor within 60 seconds. The purpose behind the development of the app named ‘FILO’ is to solve problems faced by students of classes 9 – 12 while doing self-study. Ahmed said that the app provides several facilities for students at no cost. The Ministry of Education, Government of India praised the initiative & tweeted about it.…

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Jamaat-e-Islami raises concern over reduction in budgetary allocations for minorities, education

Jamaat-e-Islami Hind urges Govt to restrain communal elements Raises concern over reduction in budgetary allocations for minorities, education New Delhi : Jamaat-e-Islami Hind (JIH) has raised concern over reduction in budgetary allocations for the minorities and the education sector. It has also urged the Government to restrain communal elements promoting hatred. Addressing the media at its headquarters today, JIH Vice President Prof. Mohammad Salim Engineer said that the budgetary allocation for the minorities was quite meagre when compared with the allocation of other marginalized sections of the society. The budget for…

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BJP Minority Morcha preparing Muslim cadres as potential candidates in Bengal

NEW DELHI – In an attempt to dispel the notion that the BJP does not give tickets to Muslim candidates, the saffron party’s Minority Morcha has initiated the process of preparing Muslim cadres as potential contestants for the upcoming Assembly elections in West Bengal. The national President of BJP’s Minority Morcha, Haji Jamal Siddiqui, told IANS: “It’s time to increase the representation of Muslims in electoral politics and the BJP is working on it.” Siddiqui said the Minority Morcha has identified about 50 minority dominated assembly seats in West Bengal and…

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131st Birth anniversary of Frontier Gandhi Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan–Who?

By Prof Shamsul Islam February 6 is the 131st birth anniversary of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan also popularly known as Frontier Gandhi and Badshah Khan. He was a prominent Indian freedom fighter, a die-hard opponent of the two-nation theory and the idea of Pakistan. He was totally committed to Gandhi’s idea of non-violence, enjoyed the same stature in the NWFP also known as Frontier as Gandhi had in India. He opposed with full conviction the inclusion of NWFP in Pakistan but failed. After formation of Pakistan he, his followers and…

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Islamic body urges world to stop ‘genocide’ in Kashmir

By Pizaro Gozali Idrus JAKARTA, Indonesia : An Islamic association of Malaysia on Friday called on the international community to stand up in solidarity with the Kashmiri people and stop human rights abuses by the Indian security forces who are enjoying “impunity for crimes” committed in the Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir. In a message on the “Kashmir Solidarity Day”, Malaysian Consultative Council for Islamic Organization President Mohd Azmi Abdul Hamid claimed that since 1947, more than 700,000 Kashmiri people, particularly civilians, have been killed in “genocide and human rights abuses by…

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