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What can be done to combat drug abuse

What can be done to combat drug abuse

By: Faizaan Bashir What is it that tricks a normal being into taking drugs? Even after realising its cartloads of pernicious effects, why isn’t one able to stop them once and for all? The answer lies in the fact that the drug-abusers, most of them, have a history of depression, stress, anxiety and many other […]

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There are wonderful things about the British era in Barwa

There are wonderful things about the British era in Barwa

By: Dr. Satyavan Saurabh South-West Haryana has a vast expanse of arid countryside, adjoining the sandy areas of northern Rajasthan, where a prosperous village called Barwa is situated. It is 25 km south of Hisar on the Rajgarh-Bikaner state highway. It was natural to start the tour from Garh to Barwa, which is called Thakur’s […]

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From Darbar-e-Sultan to Koh-i-Maran

From Darbar-e-Sultan to Koh-i-Maran

The journey of Hazrat Baba Daud Khaki (RA)

By: Bashir Ahmad Dar The renowned Islamic Mujtahid Imam Mohammad Ghazali refers in his world known treatise ‘Kimiya-iS’adat’ that it is the indication of Allah’s love for a person that He opens the doors of wisdom to him. The quote suits the well-known medieval scholar and Sufi Shiekh Baba Daud Khaki quite precisely.  Born in […]

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Government Schools Closing

Government Schools Closing

Government schools have not failed, but it is the failure of the governments, bureaucrats, and leaders running them.

By: Priyanka Saurabh Education is the foundation on which we build the future of the coming generation. Closing government schools are a matter of concern because if there are no government schools, what will happen to the future of poor children? The main reason for the closure of these schools is being told that the […]

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Waiting for potential outcomes through the Bangladesh PM India visit

Waiting for potential outcomes through the Bangladesh PM India visit

By: Kamal Uddin Mazumder Sheikh Hasina, the prime minister of Bangladesh, will travel to India from September 5 to September 8. The last time she travelled to India was in 2019. Every time the prime minister of Bangladesh travels to India, hopes are raised that the two nations will make substantial strides in resolving some […]

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The connection between crime and drugs is deep rooted

The connection between crime and drugs is deep rooted

BY: Dr  Satyavan  Saurabh Crime and drugs can be related in many ways. First, the illegal production, manufacture, distribution, or possession of drugs may be a crime. Second, drugs can increase the likelihood of other, non-drug offenses occurring. Third, drugs can be used to make money. And fourth, drugs can be closely linked to other […]

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Begum Hazrat Mahal: An unsung revolutionary queen forgotten in Kathmandu

Begum Hazrat Mahal: An unsung revolutionary queen forgotten in Kathmandu

By: M Ahmad On the occasion of 75th year of Independence, let me remember this Muslim woman, Begum Hazrat Mahal, who proved her strength, enthusiasm and determinism in the fight for freedom. She broke the stereotype of Muslim women in the society and participated in the India’s struggle for independence and is known for the […]

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Illegal encroachment is a serious problem for the entire country.

Illegal encroachment is a serious problem for the entire country.

By: Satyavan Saurabh Supertech had built two towers in Noida Sector 93A, both of which were built illegally. The matter reached the Supreme Court and the Supreme Court ordered the demolition of the Supertech Twin Towers which will be demolished on August 28. The Supreme Court has also said in its order that the Supertech […]

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Appreciating differences-there is always a way to get along nicely!

Appreciating differences-there is always a way to get along nicely!

BY: DR FIRDOOS WANI “A great marriage is not when the ‘perfect couple’ comes together. It is when an imperfect couple learns to enjoy their differences.” —Dave Meurer Marriage is a fundamental institution, and the most beloved Prophet (SAW) has often cautioned Muslims from defiling it by creating vices or resorting to display. In Islam, […]

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Five years of the Myanmar-Bangladesh Rohingya crisis: Where is the solution?

Five years of the Myanmar-Bangladesh Rohingya crisis: Where is the solution?

By: Samina Akhter Myanmar’s violent ethnic cleansing program, which forcibly forced roughly a million Rohingya Muslims into Bangladeshi refugee camps, is going to mark its fifth anniversary upcoming August month. Myanmar’s persecution of Rohingya Muslims is not new, with major waves of emigration recorded in 1978, 1992, and most recently in 2017. Some 30,000 Rohingya […]