The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) Returns to Chicago for Largest American Muslim Convention.

Published on Aug 09 2016 // Featured, Uncategorized, World
The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) Returns to  Chicago for Largest American Muslim Convention.
Mr. Azhar Azeez, ISNA President, Mr.Hazem Bata, ISNA Secretary General, Mr.Mir Khan, Convention Steering committee, Co-Chair, Mr. Ashfaq Syed, Secretary, Convention Steering Committee,Mr. Salman Azam, Media Co Chair, Convention Steering Committee and Ms.Faryal M Khatri, Communication Department, ISNA...

“Country’s unity is the main source of development”, PM Modi

Published on Aug 07 2016 // Featured, India, Special, Uncategorized
“Country’s unity is the main source of development”, PM Modi
(BY M.Asif Ali, Special Correspondent, Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi maiden visit to Telangana has become talk of the nation. The Prime Minister officially launched Mission Bhagiratha by launching the pylon and turning the tap. Mission Bhageeratha is the brain child of Telangana...

NRI policy for Telanganites soon: KT Rama Rao

Published on Jul 28 2016 // Featured, Gulf, Hyderabad, India, NRI, Special, Uncategorized
NRI policy for Telanganites soon: KT Rama Rao
By Syed Zia ur Rahman, Hyderabad: The Telangana State government is formulating a comprehensive NRI policy for the welfare of non-resident Telanganites working abroad, especially those in the Gulf region. This was disclosed at a meeting here yesterday by Minister for NRI affairs K.T. Rama...

Tracking student’s performance from anywhere in the world

Published on Jul 21 2016 // Featured, Hyderabad, India, Uncategorized
Tracking student’s performance from anywhere in the world
Lords Institute of Engineering & Technology, the leading Muslim Minority Engineering Institution in Hyderabad, has added another feather to its cap. The college has recently launched an Internet application that will update parents on the whereabouts of their ward on an everyday basis. The application...

Copper essential for burning fat: Study

Published on Jun 12 2016 // Uncategorized
Washington, June 12 : Copper plays a critical role in metabolism by helping move fat out of cells and into the blood stream for use as energy, a study said. Findings about copper and fat cells, called adipocytes, by the group from the University of California, Berkeley, will be published in the journal...

Air pollution may worsen childhood rheumatic diseases

Published on Jun 10 2016 // Uncategorized
London, June 10 : Exposure to air pollution may have a direct role in triggering diseases as well as airway inflammation in children and adolescents with rheumatic conditions such as lupus, a chronic, autoimmune disease that causes inflammation, pain and swelling. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE)...

Police summons ‘tainted’ Bihar toppers

Published on Jun 08 2016 // Uncategorized
After carrying out raids and searches at the office of the Bihar School Examination Board and seizing computers, laptops, hard disks and CPUs, the Patna police has now trailed their gun on the tainted toppers. SUMMONS TO FAMILY Early morning, on Wednesday, a police team reached the houses of tainted...

7 Indian-Americans among 10 finalists of Nat Geo Bee contest

Published on May 24 2016 // Uncategorized
New York, May 24 (PTI) Indian-American students continued their dominance at the prestigious national bee competitions with seven out of 10 finalists vying for this years National Geographic Bee championship hailing from the community. The final round of the National Geographic Bee will be held tomorrow...

Man From Congo Beaten To Death In Delhi’s Vasant Kunj

Published on May 21 2016 // Uncategorized
NEW DELHI: HIGHLIGHTS MT Oliva allegedly beaten to death by unknown men last night The 23-year-old reportedly had an argument with some locals A few locals have been detained for questioning A 23-year-old Congolese national was allegedly beaten to death by a group of men in south Delhi’s Vasant...

Ebola spread in tail end of epidemic through sex, breast milk

Published on May 19 2016 // Uncategorized
London, May 19 : Some of the final cases of Ebola in Sierra Leone were transmitted via unconventional routes, such as semen and breast milk, shows an analysis of the tail-end of the epidemic. With 14,124 cases and 3,956 deaths to date, Sierra Leone was the most widely affected of the three West African...

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