Wednesday, December 8, 2021


CM KCR conveys Ramzan greetings, urges to follow Covid-19 norms

Pointing out that the government was officially celebrating Ramzan, he pointed out that the Telangana government was treating all religions with equal respect and working tirelessly to maintain communal harmony.

US President Biden greets Muslims on Ramzan

Observing that Muslim Americans have enriched the country since its founding, Biden said that they are as diverse and vibrant as the America they have helped build.

Didi asking Muslims to vote for her, reflects minority votes slipping away: Modi

Claiming that a BJP wave was blowing across West Bengal and his party would form the next government, Modi said Banerjee's angry reactions indicate that she has lost the polls.

TRS govt striving for minorities’ welfare: Mahmood Ali

Home Minister Mohammed Mahmood Ali listed out various welfare schemes introduced for Muslims by the TRS government since 2014

Serve humanity, Muslims told

Khammam: Muslims should actively engage in social service activities to serve the needy, stated the principal of Idara Ashraful Uloom, Hyderabad, Hazrat Moulana Muhammad...

SC dismisses plea for govt nominees in trust to build Ayodhya mosque

The apex court had in its November 9, 2019, judgment on the Ram Janmabhoomi - Babari Masjid dispute given the entire 2.77 acres of land for the construction of a temple

Sanjay alleges exodus of Hindus from Hyderabad’s Old City

Interacting with Doctors at Begumpet here on Sunday, Sanjay expressed apprehension over the spread of Muslims in the new city

Two Muslim scholars awarded PhD in Telugu from TU

Telangana University awarded PhD to three research scholars on Tuesday, among them two are from Telugu department and one is from Botany

Sudarshan TV: SC takes note of Centre’s affidavit, defers hearing by two weeks

A bench of Justices D Y Chandrachud and Indu Malhotra noted that Centre's affidavit has been filed indicating the steps which have been taken in terms of earlier order of the top court.

Bangladesh opens first Islamic school for transgender Muslims

The LGBT community faces widespread discrimination in the South Asian country, with a colonial-era law still in place that punishes gay sex by prison terms, though enforcement is rare.

Mob vandalises Hindu temple in Karachi, Muslims come to rescue

This time it was a Hindu temple, in Karachi's century old neighbourhood that houses over 300 Hindu families, which was vandalized

Milad-un-Nabi celebrated as low key affair in Hyderabad

A few streets were decorated with flags and buntings, however due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it was no match to the events seen in the previous years.

Macron vows defiance after ‘Islamist’ knife attack in church kills three

The assailant, who was shot and wounded by police, was identified as 21-year-old Brahim Aouissaoui, who arrived in Italy last month, then travelled to France, judicial sources said.

Muslims have right kill millions of French people: Former PM of Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur: Former Prime Minister of Malaysia Mahathir Mohamad on Thursday asserted that Muslims have a right to be angry and "kill millions of...

Mecca reopens for limited ‘umrah’ pilgrimage

The umrah, the pilgrimage that can be undertaken at any time, usually attracts millions of Muslims from across the globe each year but it was suspended in March due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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