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'Safar-e-azadi' by JKLF may usher in Federation of India.

Ref: Federation of SAARC in the making.

Dear Sir

The chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), Muhammad Yasin Malik reportedly said that JKLF would resume its 'Safar-e-Azadi' (March for freedom) from May 20 for the inclusion of Kashmiris, in the ongoing process for the resolution of Kashmir problem.

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"Secularists" & Muslim leadership enemy of secularism in India

Ref: - ECI being allowed to derelict in BJP CD case

Dear Sir

What communal politics did to Muslims of India during last two decades can not be fully comprehended merely by the stories of demolition of Babri Masjid in 1992 (despite Supreme Court's observe over there) and by the horrifying details of the massacre of thousands of innocent Muslims since late eighties including in 2002 Gujarat pogrom.

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Solution for farmers’ plight and suicidal incidents

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Every cloud has a silver lining

After the darkest of dark clouds of uncertainty prevailing over AMU, the acting Vice Chancellor Prof Saleem Uddin has taken a courageaous and bold step to appoint a very competent team of administrators (Registrar-Prof. Jawed Masarrat; Controller of Exams – Prof. Akhtar Haseeb; and Proctor- Prof Muzaffar Ahmad Siddiqui), to beam a ray of hope among the student community. I take this opportunity to congratulate the VC and all the newly appointed stalwarts, for accepting the challenge and wish that their dedicated efforts will shed all fears among students and their parents.

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Letter to the PM over encounter killings of Muslims

3rd May 2007

To: The Prime Minister of India

Shri Manmohan Singh
Prime Minister of India
Room No. 152, South Block,
New Delhi - 110 001
INDIA
Tel: +91 11 23012312 / 23013149 / 23019545
Fax: +91 11 23016857

Respected Sir,

Subject: Misuse of powers by three senior IPS Officials of Gujarat and Rajasthan Cadre (Anti-Terrorist Squad) in fake encounter of Soharrubudin Sheikh and dissappreance of Kausar Bi in 2005 - reg

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Farzand-E-Pakistan and Pindi garbage

In early seventies, when the so-called "Furzand-e-Pindi" was student of Gordon College there used to be a garbage or filth disposal point near the gate of the College on the College Road side. The local sweepers used to throw filth and garbage at that place and it was then taken away by the Corporation workers in trucks.

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Muslims in the new world order

a Muslim protester

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