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भोपाल एनकाउंटर का विरोध कर रहे सामाजिक कार्यकर्ता राजीव यादव की लखनऊ में बेरहम पिटाई

सिद्धांत मोहन,

लखनऊ: उत्तर प्रदेश के सामाजिक संगठन रिहाई मंच के नेता राजीव यादव की आज उत्तर प्रदेश पुलिस ने बेरहमी से पिटाई कर दी है. पुलिस राजीव यादव को पीटते हुए हजरतगंज पुलिस थाने ले गयी. थाने में हालत बिगड़ने के कारण राजीव यादव को ट्रॉमा सेंटर में भर्ती करना पड़ा.

दरअसल 31 अक्टूबर को भोपाल में सिमी के कथित कार्यकर्ताओं के संदेहास्पद एनकाउंटर के विरोध में रिहाई मंच के नेता राजीव यादव अपने सहयोगियों के साथ हज़रातगंज स्थित गांधी प्रतिमा पर धरना देने की तैयारी कर रहे थे.

Islamic preacher Dr. Zakir Naik’s father passes away

By TCN News

Mumbai (Maharashtra): Dr. Abdul Karim Naik, a physician and father of Dr Zakir Naik, the popular Islamic preacher and founder of Mumbai-based Islamic Research Foundation (IRF) passed away in the wee hours of Sunday morning after suffering a cardiac arrest .

Editor of news website Indian Muslim Observer receives threat call, asked to ‘shut up’

By Raqib Hameed Naik,

New Delhi: Danish Ahmed Khan, founder and editor of Delhi-based news website Indian Muslim Observer was on Saturday, October 22 threatened by an unknown caller and asked to “shut up”. The call was followed by an abusive SMS.

Urdu Magazine Ma’arif completes 100 years of publishing

By TCN News

Bijnor (UP): To commemorate 100 years of Ma’arif, a monthly Urdu magazine, a symposium titled, “Hundred years of Ma’arif: a milestone in Urdu journalism” was organised by Shafiq Ahmad Ansari Memorial Trust, Najibabad on Sunday, October 22 in Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh.

Ma’arif has been published by Shibli Academy, Azamgarh since 1916.

Former Governor of Uttarakhand, U.P. and Mizoram, Aziz Qureshi participated as Chief Guest in the Symposium. Two special numbers of Ma’arif, based on its editorials, were released on this occasion.

Through scholarships, US-based IMRC helps thousands of poor students complete their studies

By Raqib Hameed Naik,

Hyderabad: Sameena Tasleem, a resident of Bandlaguda, Moinabad in Hyderabad, had always dreamt of becoming a doctor. The reality was however, much different. After finishing her 12th standard from MS Junior College, Malakpet with a good percentile, Sameena couldn’t could not figure out how to finance her MBBS studies.

As death toll rises in Kashmir, reports of security forces attacking hospitals, ambulances

By Amit Kumar and Raqib Hameed Naik,

Srinagar: Roll back to the summer of 2010. Six years ago, the Kashmir Valley witnessed the death of 120 innocents at the hands of security forces. At that time, Omar Abdullah was the Chief Minster of Jammu and Kashmir, and Mehbooba Mufti was in opposition. Like any other opposition leader, she did her best to gain maximum political mileage out of the situation and acted like if she came to power, no innocent's blood would ever be spilled on the streets of Kashmir.

For second consecutive Eid-ul-fitr, "Shoulder to Shoulder Movement" to organise joint Shia-Sunni Eid prayers

By Raqib Hameed Naik,

Delhi: Once again, Jamia Nagar in Delhi is going to witness a show of solidarity and unity on eve of Eid Ul fitar when people from Sunni and Shia sects will offer Eid prayers in Congregation at the inner Courtyard, Jamia Juma Masjid of Jamia Millia Islamia.

"Shoulder to Shoulder Movement" is an initiative conceived by a group of friends last year in Jamia Nagar, against the back drop of growing hostility between the two sects in Middle east.

A village without Muslims

By Ganesh Dhamodkar

So it happened. My native place, a village of 700, had 5-6 Muslim families. It was early 1990s and the people lived in good harmony. Muslims were Muslims like Marathas were Marathas, Kunbis were Kunbis, Dhangars were Dhangars, and Beldars were Beldars. My uncle was Sarpanch, an RSS volunteer and BJP position holder. Village had a daily baal-shakha.

IMRC serves Iftar to 95,000 people in 414 villages across India during Ramadan

By Raqib Hameed Naik,

Uttarakhand: In Sattu Wali Ghati, a village on the outskirts of Dehradun District of Uttarakhand, Idoo Banoo, a widow, lives along with her son who works as a rickshaw puller and is the sole bread winner of the family. Idoo is totally dependent on her son for her needs,even as he struggles to arrange good meals for his family this Ramadan.

For Adil Ashraf Khan, fasting is no excuse to stop exercising

By Raqib Hameed Naik,

Jammu: Ten years ago, Adil Ashraf Khan was a slim 18-year-old boy from Bahu fort, a locality in Jammu. Never had he imagined that six years later, trying his luck at state-level power lifting competition and finishing third would herald a career that would see him break state records back to back in Strength lifting and Power lifting.