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This library in Central India was started in the year 1922. It has now completed 100 years of its existence. »
In this interview, Farooq Anjum reveals that how renowned poet Taj Bhopali, who was his uncle, had tore the paper on which he [Farooq Anjum] had written a ghazal to keep him away from poetry. Shams Ur Rehman Alavi speaks to the senior poet of Bhopal. »
The Global Burden of Disease Study surmises that nearly 600,000 deaths in India could be attributed to indoor air pollution in a year in 2019. »
Shams Ur Rehman Alavi interviews the author regarding the book on Congress' veteran leader Mohsina Kidwai. The book has generated lot of interest from different quarters, ever since its launch. »
Author Mukarram Niyaz, who writes short stories and had a collection, Raste Khamosh Hain, published earlier, comes up with a fresh book on movies. »
Rana Safvi's journey to Sufi centres and hospices across the country, enchants the reader, joins the dots with elegance, explaining relationship between Sufism and Islam. »
In memory of renowned poet late Wahid Premi, the Khushbu Cultural Academy organised the event and felicitated poets, conferring awards. »
The filmmakers have somehow assumed that a benign Sindhi character is inconceivable. »
A list representing Urdu writers from different regions, eras apart from highlighting books that have certain uniqueness. »
The book covers more than a hundred monuments spread over Awadh and adjoining regions apart from personalities and anecdotes. »
Bhopal, the city has changed in a big way in the last few decades but Iqbal Masood's indefatigable energy remains the same. »
A freedom fighter, Kazi Jalil Abbasi, fought communalism and after partition contested elections, became MLA and later member of parliament, in India's heartland. »
It's in the truest sense--End of an Era. Author of magnum opus Kai Chaand The Sar-e-Aasma, poet and novelist, he was Shahanshan-e-Adab. »
After Kashmirnama that created a stir in Hindi publishing circles, author Ashok Kumar Pandey comes up with his much-awaited book on Gandhi's assassination »
Al Khair Baitulmaal provides loans but doesn't charge any interest and just takes a guarantee from the borrowers. »
Communities that didn't have access to higher education for long, are being stopped and not allowed to tell their history and heroes. »
Undoubtedly, his death marks an end of era. It's a loss for Delhi too, once the capital of Urdu world. »
After losing his son in communal riots, Mohammad Sharif made it a mission and has been doing it for almost 30 years now. »
Rare coins from ancient & medieval era including a 10 kg coin and coins of Shivaji's coronation would be on display at the exhibition. »
Such initiatives are critical for raising children's voices on key issues impacting their potential, UNICEF chief Juma said while speaking at the launch. »
The duo had been promised job at a construction company in Muscat but the agent fleeced them and they got stuck »
The heritage structures and buildings were bathed in blue light at night to express support for child rights. »
100 dolls as couples were exhibited--32 out of them shown as married with books and toys symbolizing loss of innocence. »
Just when media groups refrain from even publishing articles that may offend powerful, Pharos Group shows the way. »
Several generations grew up reading her stories & she was the most prominent Urdu writer from Lucknow. »
Nand Kishore Vikram kept watch on happenings in Urdu literature & was known for his love towards the language. »
Khan's work is important if we realise that four passengers died due to extreme heat in a packed sleeper compartment in Jhansi recently. »
The devotees who come to the temple, also pay obeisance at Dargah on the campus of the ancient temple. »
The invitation card for Imran Mansuri's marriage has name of Kanhaiyallal Malviya as co-invitee along with Liaqat Khan. »
Villagers, government officials appreciate initiative taken at the fair traditionally associated with settling of nuptial ties »
The hamlet has not recorded even a single maternal or child death in 2 years since did the story on the ill-fated girl. »
Immunisation team drives 25 km, takes a boat ride of one hour and scales difficult hill terrain for 3km with the vaccine to reach 50-odd kids »
As per guidelines the bag should weigh less than even 5 kg but it weighed 15 kg in a Madhya Pradesh school. »
State Health Department has estimated that they will be covering 2.30 crores children in age group of nine months to 15 years in the campaign. »
Syed Abid Hussain who is termed real life Bajrangi Bhaijaan, due to his role in reuniting people with families, says that he would continue to run such campaigns. »
The shop owner was surprised when he received the money along with interested after so many years. »
The journalists say that there is neither proper response from YouTube, nor any human contact to appeal against arbitrary action. »
Apart from supporting the call for bandh against amendment to the act, SAPAKS decided to hold peaceful protest. »
All the focus is on acquiring the degree and this has resulted in a situation where the entire system is now in a mess. »
"I decided that in the current situation, I will not just write but if needed also raise slogans and come to the streets for agitation" »
This is to experience self and God. His guru Yogi Shivam says that Patric would take just skimmed milk in this duration. »
Immunization activities have gathered strength in 13 districts under Intensified Mission Indradhanush in state including Vidisha and Raisen »
NGO Aawaz that works for children held the competition in Hinotia Rahul Nagar for children involved in polythene bags picking »
Kallu and Vaijaiyanti exchanged garlands before the statue of Dr Ambedkar and also took the traditional seven rounds (saat pheras) »
For the last 25 years, she has been following the same path, waking up devout Muslims so that can have Sehri. »
Vivek has made multiple interventions that have and are poised to bring better services and facilities to differently able people. »
The volunteers work on the ground, serving others, which paves way for shedding biases regarding other communities. »
Since generations, the Khan family has been growing and supplying the pooja flowers to temples and Hindu households in the town »
People warned about more train & bus mishaps this year, told about good rain, bumper crop and advised not to buy land. »
During a demo, the officer pressed the button number 4, but the slip that came out was of button number 2 (BJP). »