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7 things that make a Pakistani feel at home in India

Dawn: 1. Honk, honk, beep, beep. Hey, you…! A Pakistani driving license may not hold in India. But rest assured that a Pakistani’s road sense, cultivated through decades of weaving…

If India has reached Mars planet, we are not far behind

If India has reached Mars planet, we are not far behind…

Pilgrims urged to pray for world peace

JEDDAH: P.K. ABDUL GHAFOUR       ARAB NEWS A prominent Indian Muslim leader has called upon pilgrims who have come for Haj this year to pray for global peace…

Chaudhary Mohmmad Akbar of Qadian passes away

We have received news from Qadian that Chaudhary Muhammad Akbar Sahib M. A. Ex. Nazir Amoor-e-Aama Ex Nazir-e-Taleem and Ex Nazir-e-Jaidad passed away today; Sept 25 , 2014 after a…

Why India’s Mars mission is so cheap – and thrilling

Source: BBC India’s space programme has succeeded at the first attempt where others have failed – by sending an operational mission to Mars. The Mangalyaan satellite was confirmed to be…

Joy for India as Mars mission enters orbit

ET: BANGALORE: India became the first nation to reach Mars on its maiden attempt Wednesday when its low-cost Mangalyaan spacecraft successfully entered orbit around the Red Planet after a 10-month journey.…

Idolizing Bollywood’s Bad Boy – Salman Khan

Idolizing Bollywood’s Bad Boy The Actor Salman Khan is Focus of ‘Being Bhaijaan’ Documentary By SNIGDHA POONAMSEPT. 18, 2014, NYTimes   2014/09/19 Photo A still from the documentary ‘‘Being Bhaijaan’’ with…

MAULANA DOST MUHAMMAD SHAHID (RH) – HISTORIAN OF THE AHMADIYYA MUSLIM COMMUNITY

Source: mysticscientist.wordpress.com Mawlānā Dost Muhammad Shāhid (rh) was the official historian of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. He wrote the 5 volume history of the Community known as “Tārīkh-e-Ahmadiyya”(History of Ahmadiyya). He was…

China’s Xi Jinping signs landmark deals on India visit

Source: BBC India and China have signed 12 agreements in Delhi, one of which will see China investing $20bn (£12.2bn) in India’s infrastructure over five years. At a news conference…

Rename secularism. Call it ‘dharma’ or righteous administration

Times of India: When PM Narendra Modi mockingly stated in Japan that ‘secular’ people would disapprove of his gifting the Bhagwad Gita to Emperor Akihito, he seemed to echo what…

Floods Kill Hundreds in India and Pakistan

By NIDA NAJAR and HARI KUMARSEPT. 8, 2014 NYtimes 2014/09/09 Photo A damaged bridge across the Tawi River in the region of Jammu, where at least 140 people died in…

Pakistan: Josh Malihabadi – South Asia’s apostle of secular humanism

Josh Malihabadi – South Asia’s apostle of secular humanism Written by  Pervez Hoodbhoy Thursday, 21 August 2014 15:39 Email    viewpointonline.net Shabbir Hasan Khan (December 5, 1898 – February 22, 1982)…

Indian village bans unmarried women from using mobiles

theguardian — An Indian village has banned unmarried women from using mobile phones for fear they will arrange forbidden marriages that are often punished by death, a local official said…

Indian court bans animal sacrifice

theguardian — Rights activists hail Himachal Pradesh’s decision to outlaw ‘barbaric’ slaughter of animals in Hindu temples   A court in remote northern India has banned a long tradition of sacrificing animals…

[Video] History of Khilafat-e-Ahmadiyya from 1908 to 1965

Souce: youtube.com | Urdu Documentary by MTA Pakistan…

India: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Mumbai hosts Eid Milan Party 2014

Report prepared by: Shaikh Rafique Ahmed (SecretaryExternal Affairs, Mumbai) Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Mumbai hosted its annual Eid Milan Get-together on Sunday, 24 August 2014. This year the event was held…

Pilgrims from India, Bangladesh begin arriving for Haj 2014

The first Haj flight from India arrived in Madinah on Wednesday. Air India flight AI 5001 transported 235 pilgrims from Kolkata to Prince Mohammed International Airport. More than 136,000 Indians…

Lesson From Old India: When an Economy Just Doesn’t Get Better

Source: NY Times Commentators have often compared the recent Great Recession of the United States and Europe to the Great Depression of the 1930s. In both cases, asset prices tumbled, financial systems…

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