When asked about the incident, state Home Minister Narottam Mishra told reporters in Bhopal on Monday that the row erupted after the man sold bangles to women by posing as a Hindu even as he belonged to another community.
Abbas Sami, in a statement, said every Muslim, who loves the country, should abide by the Cow Slaughter Prohibition Act for the betterment of the country and not to slaughter cows in the name of Qurbani.
Warangal Urban: Stating that Telangana Minority Residential Educational Institutions (TMREIS) are a boon to Muslim children, social activists and Ph D scholars in the Department of English at Kakatiya University (KU), Mohammad Azam urged the Muslims to make use of the opportunity to get quality education. In a press release here on Friday, Azam said […]
Hyderabad: Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan extended Eid-Ul-Fitr greetings to the Muslim community and appealed to them to celebrate the festival safely following Covid protocols. In a statement here on Thursday, the Governor said the festival of Ramzan signifies the spirit of charity, brotherhood, compassion, love, and peace. “I wish this holy occasion of Ramzan ushers in […]
Warangal Urban: Yakub Bee, a Muslim organisers of Sahrudaya Orphanage, performed the last rites of an elderly man who died of a heart attack at their home, here on Friday as per Hindu traditions by lighting the pyre. The members of the old-age home also took part in the funerals. Anumandla Veeraswamy from Upparapalli village […]