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Three Muslim girls start news website to give voice to campus youth across the country

By Raqib Hameed Naik, TwoCircles.net

New Delhi: In July 2016, three friends in their 20s had a get-together, where an idea to start a website focusing on youth was conceived. The three girls-Anida Saifi, Isha Fatima and Farah Hussain-who were working as journalists were determined to turn the idea into a tangible reality.

Maharashtra-based NGO writes letter to UN Secretary General calling for intervention to save Rohingya Muslims

By TwoCircles.net Staff Reporter

Akola, Maharashtra: Indian Human Rights Association has written to the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres in an attempt to save the Rohingya Muslims from persecution and asked for immediate intervention along with extending every possible help to them.

Muslims of Osmanabad march in large numbers demanding reservation

By Imran Inamdar, TwoCircles.net

The campaign for Muslim reservation in Maharashtra continues to gain strength, with Thursday witnessing yet another awareness campaign in Osmanabad district. As many as 1.5 lakh Muslims gathered in the district and conducted a 3-kilometre silent march.

Before proceeding, the crowd rallied at Gazi maidan at 12.30 pm where eight students from different school delivered speeches on “Importance and need of Muslim reservation”.

Jahangirabad Media Institute, Barabanki launches diploma and certificate courses

By TCN News

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Lucknow: Jahangirabad Media Institute (JMI), Barabanki has announced admission for diploma and various certificate courses, open for students who have finished class 12 or graduation in any stream.

Bihar Anjuman welcomes Sikh pilgrims to Patna on the occasion of Prakash Utsav

By TwoCircles.net Staff Reporter

Sikh pilgrims to Patna on the occasion of Prakash Utsav

Patna: Bihar Anjuman, a voluntary organization of Bihar, welcomed Sikh devotees during the 350th Prakash Utsav of Guru Gobind Singh in Patna for three days from January 2 to January 4.

Rasiya Mohammedkutty: A Muslim woman who teaches both Sanskrit and Qur’an

By Shafeeq Hudawi, TwoCircles.net

How often do you hear a recitation of the Quran and Sanskrit classes being held in the same education centre? Now, let us assume that this happened somewhere...but what are the chances of both these activities being supervised by the same person, who is a devout Muslim? Some will see the woman in question, Rasiya Mohammedkutty, as a person trying to break stereotypes, but according to her, there are no stereotypes to be broken here; it is a simple matter of providing knowledge to all because knowledge is power.

JNU students' meet with VC fails to resolve issues

New Delhi : The meeting with JNU Vice Chancellor M. Jagadesh Kumar on Wednesday, held after a long time, has failed to resolve the issues between the authorities and the students community, JNU Students Union (JNUSU) President Mohit Pandey said here.

"The VC (M. Jagadesh Kumar) didn't give us any assurance. He just heard what we said. We met him to show that JNU students do not believe only in protests, which is a measure of last resort," he told IANS on Thursday.

Udaan Express returns to Pune after completing 8,640-km journey across India imparting education

By Nadeem Inamdar for TwoCircles.net

Solapur: Activists demand SIT be involved in search of missing student Najeeb Ahmed

By Imran Inamdar, TwoCircles.net

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On Monday, a delegation of activists met district magistrate and submitted their demand to set up a Special Investigation Team to look for Najeeb Ahmed, the JNU student who has been missing for the past two months.

Arakkal Museum in Kannur set to get a facelift

By Shafeeq Hudawi, Twocircles.net

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