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Patels bust Narendra Modi's favourite Gujarat model

But unlike the Patels, they occupied a lowly position socially. As B.P. Mandal, a former chief minister of Bihar and author of the Mandal commission report recommending   .... More

Gujarat quota stir leaves 05 dead, over 100 injured

After nine deaths, Gujarat limps to normalcy under army watch

Ziaul Haque murder case: Azad to file protest petition against CBI closure report - See more at: http://www.ummid.com/news/2013/August/16.08.2013/ziaul-haq-murder-protest-petition.html#sthash.oYpTge2d.dpuf


'Made in China' crash doomed Indian equities, rupee

Investors were spooked by the bearish outlook on Chinese economy, which cascaded into a global crash - plunging the barometer 30-scrip sensitive index (Sensex) of the S&P Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) by 974 points or 3.55 percent. Investors were spooked by the bearish..... More


Daesh: Fingerprints of Mossad on all its actions

Every action and atrocity inflicted by Daesh in the past one year — from beheadings and mass killings to rapes and mindless destruction of priceless heritage as Palmyra — all in the name of Islam of course appears calculated and designed to evoke ..... More


Yoga, Surya Namaskar, even if optional, unacceptable: Muslim Panel

Kick-starting its nationwide ‘Save Faith, Save Constitution’ (Deen Bachao - Dastur Bachao Tehreek) campaign from Malegaon – the Muslim dominated textile city in North Maharashtra, the Muslim panel, the highest ranked representative body of Muslims in India, said it ...... More


Science scholarship should be named after Kalam, not roads: Owaisi

The barometer 30-scrip sensitive index (Sensex) of the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), which opened at 26,063.27 points, closed at 25,714.66 points -- down 317.72 points or 1.22 .... More

Delhi civic body renames Aurangzeb Road as APJ Abdul Kalam Road

Latest Headlines

OROP protest continues, Jethmalani says Jaitley enemy of nation

Aurangzeb Road renaming outcome of sick, communal politics: Court told

UP Jats poised to join hands with Haryana khaps for reservation

Now, Co-Operative Spinning Mills to go on strike in Maharashtra

Marginal cut in petrol price after crude oil free fall

Stunned scholars protest after Kalburgi's murder in Karnataka

Differences emerge among Gujjars over Hardik Patel

Bengal TET question paper leak: Left demands judicial probe

Hardik Patel vows to take reservation stir nationwide

Tens of thousands throng Nitish, Lalu and Sonia joint rally in Patna

Renowned Kannada scholar M.M. Kalburgi shot dead

A device that turns breath into words

Sikhs blame conversions, drugs for declining population

Couple disappear from Delhi High Court, police sent after them

50 years after 1965 war, veterans still rue territory returned to Pakistan

AIIMS female student found hanging in hostel room

OROP hunger strike enters 14th day, ex-servicemen write to president

SDPI to field 25 candidates in 2015 Bihar assembly polls

Parrikar defends DRDO deal with Ramdev's Patanjali Yogpeeth

AAP MPs Dharamvira Gandhi, Harinder Khalsa suspended for indiscipline

1965 war commemoration begins amid boycott by living heroes

Delhi civic body renames Aurangzeb Road as APJ Abdul Kalam Road

Muzaffarnagar riots film screening stalled in four cities: Organisers

Digital intoxication in kids can affect physical, mental health

Jasmeen Kang elected Panjab varsity students' council president

SC asks if states must fund repairs of riot-damaged religious structure

Women more flexible in choosing sex partners than men: Study

In Egypt, Sushma signs MoU on scientific and technical cooperation

Net neutrality: IAMAI opposes zero-rated plans

Hillary Clinton's triple trouble - Trump, Sanders and emails

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Bengal Teacher Eligibility Test ends in farce; Students' wing, Opp fume

West Bengal's opposition parties and their youth and mass organisations hit the streets on Saturday in protest against the state government's ..... More

Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test to be held in October

Hindu temples, Bollywood and a Yemeni city's India ties - See more at: http://www.ummid.com/news/2013/May/19.05.2013/india_yemen_ties.html#sthash.XKW7IskH.dpuf

Nashik, Aurangabad among 98 selected for 'Smart City Mission'

From the region (comprising Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Chandigarh), seven cities have made it to the list. Besides Chandigarh, these are Amritsar, Ludhiana and Jalandhar (in Punjab), Karnal and Faridabad (in Haryana)  .... More

ISNA to campaign for women-friendly mosques across North America

The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) will launch a campaign calling for inclusive, women-friendly mosques across North America during a special session to be held at ISNA's 52nd Annual Convention..... More


Sania Mirza honored with Khel Ratna, 12 others with Arjuna awards

This year's ceremony had its fair share of controversy as well since a division bench of the Delhi High Court on Saturday stayed a single-judge order directing the Centre to give the prestigious Dronacharya award to former..... More


Man carrying sleeping daughter sparks online fundraising campaign

Gissur Simonarson, founder of Conflict News, posted the pictures on Tuesday and was flooded with requests to help the man, a Palestinian from the devastated Yarmouk refugee camp in Syria, Daily Mail report ...... More


Melbourne Islamic museum gets pavilion named ‘Cradle of Islam’

Speaking on the occasion, Al-Saleh said the Kingdom’s support to the museum reflects the Saudi government's keenness, in its capacity as the birthplace of the divine religion as well as the land of the two holy cities, in introducing the Islamic culture.... More

Outpacing India, Pakistan may get 3rd largest nuclear arsenal: Report
Pakistan could have at least 350 nuclear weapons within five to 10 years, the report concluded. It then would probably possess more nuclear weapons than any country except the US and Russia, which each have. .... More

Modi cabinet adds four, including two Muslim castes, in OBC list

The union cabinet on Wednesday gave its approval for amending the central list of Other Backward Classes (OBCs) to include Sipai and Patni Jamat or Turk Jamat (all Muslims) of Gujarat and Kahar and Tanwar ..... More

ISNA to campaign for women-friendly mosques across North America

The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) will launch a campaign calling for inclusive, women-friendly mosques across North America during a special session to be held at ISNA's 52nd Annual Convention.... More


Only 16 Muslims in newly elected 198-member Bengaluru civic body

The newly elected 198- member Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) will have a total of 16 Muslims..... More

Bengaluru Civic Elections: MIM fails to impress, BJP ahead of Congress


Malaysian pop star: The day I embraced Islam is happiest day of my life

Rumors about Akademi Fantasia Season 6 champion’s reversion to Islam were circulated on social media after she had appeared in a video taking the Islamic declaration of faith while donning hijab. Rumors about Akademi..... More


Bhiwandi powerlooms silent consecutively for 7th day

Over ten lakh powerlooms in Bhiwandi and Malegaon - estimated to be over 50% of the total in India, have stopped production since huge losses the two textile centres incurred due to market ...... More

Bhiwandi, Malegaon powerloom weavers stop production

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'Crises, disasters displace 17 million people in Muslim world in 2014'

Also, ICHAD predicted a further increase in number of this category, because of crises that surround member states such as Syria, Libya, Iraq, Yemen, Nigeria and other states, which are worsening the situation  .... More

To prevent spread of MERS-CoV, Saudi bans camel slaughter this haj

Only 16 Muslims in newly elected 198-member Bengaluru civic body

Birmingham varsity to send 'oldest' copy of Quran to Turkey for verification

Petition to arrest Netanyahu: 80,000 signatures and still counting

Models in hijab enthrall Kuala Lumpur by Islamic expression, creativity

Muslim Spelling Bee 2015 registration for India opens on September 01

Islamic Finance to grow to $3 trillion by 2018: Report

Salaam Swipe app offers 'halal dating' to Canadian Muslims

Copy of Quran found during Reunion Island MH 370 debris search

'Govt lacks in right intellectual inputs to make its textile policy run'

Meerut braveheart's sacrifice draws praise from Pakistan

First batch of Hajis from India, four other countries arrive in holy cities

Madhya Pradesh CM spent Rs 3 crore on five-day US trip: RTI reply

Repeal Constitution (Scheduled Castes) Order 1950: Govt urged

96-year-old freedom fighter threatens suicide if liquor not banned in Agra

Food processing ministry: Misleading, wrong claims

Azim Premji, Shiv Nadar among world's tech billionaires

Chennai vs Hyderabad: Two Indian CEOs in run for tech supremacy

Police nexus in trafficking of women an open secret: Swati Maliwal

Modi's Mauritius, Seychelles tours cost exchequer over Rs 2.6 crore

Being Hindu means permanent humiliation: Dalits who embraced Islam

Philanthropist Abdul Razzak Kalsekar dies at 84

Mumbai based agency launches India's first fully halal cosmetics

2010 exam done, Vyapam again printed 200,000 answer sheets

Indian news channels ‘right-wing propaganda machines': US journalist

Mohalla Clinics: Taking healthcare to doorsteps of poor

AAP student wing to counter muscle, rain-dance parties in DU polls

With arrival of South African pilgrims Wednesday, Hajj 2015 season begins

Mixed response to MMC cleanliness drive in 'The City of Filth'

Hijab is my style: Teen after winning best dressed at US high school

Views & Analysis

Stop female foeticide to arrest Hindu population decline in India

When an analyst from Financial Mint of the Hindustan Times group called me last afternoon on phone asking my reaction to the latest report, I had not yet read it. When she told that it has shown Islam as the fastest growing religion in India, my ..... More

Patels bust Narendra Modi's favourite Gujarat model

Bihar poll the real test for Narendra Modi

Who will benefit from Asaduddin Owaisis' entry in Bihar?

Will religious census stir up India's political cauldron?

It's anybody's game in Bihar

Who stopped UNESCO from declaring Delhi a Heritage City?

What does axing of Indo-Pak NSA level talks mean to Kashmiris

Raghuram Rajan - The biggest threat to 'acche din'

Resurgence of Kashmir militancy new challenge for security establishment

Modi's I-Day speech: The beginning of ennui among people?

For Modi, board and politicians stakes are high

Resurgence of Kashmir militancy new challenge for security establishment

Muslim turnout for Yakub Memon’s Last Journey

Is Congress running fast to stand still?

On Hindu Terrorism: Rajnath Ko Gussa Kyon Aaya?

Politicising the military: A strategic blunder

In the times of Yakub Memon, remembering Babri Masjid demolition cases

Why capital punishment will continue in India

Doesn't Mr. Advani deserve better?

Isolated after Memon hanging, Muslims turn to Asaduddin Owaisi

Hindutva In Hurry

Rapes in Tihar: Silence is the key

Yakub Memon hanging will send wrong, not strong signal

Without Madrasas, many Muslim children would be without education

1984 riots: When silence spoke so unmistakably

Rapes in Tihar: Silence is the key

Myanmar: A new theatre of rivalry in South Asia

Greek tragedy of economic proportions

With gay marriage legal in all states, 'Sexual Revolution' is complete in US

Has BJP conceded Round One to Nitish?

If Yoga is for health, why not ban alcohol too?

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Exploring Ramadan

Nagma who cleared CA in 1st attempt vows to adopt two children
In order to keep the promise she had made to a donor, Nagma Pathan, daughter of a taxi driver in Ahmedabad who cleared the CA Final exams in her first attempt, has vowed to... More

Bihar board BSEB 2015 class 10 results to be declared today at 04 pm

IIT-JEE Advanced results 2015 to be declared on June 18

JEE Advanced revised answer keys published online

2015 Rajasthan board class 10 results to be declared today at 11 am

Andhra Pradesh SSC Open School Society results likely to be declared today at 6 pm

Confirmed: Maharashtra board SSC class 10 results to be declared on Monday June 8

Tripura board class 12 results 2015 to be declared today

West Bengal Joint Entrance Exam results 2015 likely to be declared today

AIPMT 2015 results likely on June 05

Tripura board class 10 results 2015 to be declared on June 3

Assam board class 12th results 2015 today at 10 am

West Bengal Class 12 HS results 2015 today at 10:30 am

CBSE class 10 results 2015 postponed for a day, to be declared on May 28

MANUU staff, students slam 'BJP Minority Morcha' interference in varsity affairs
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Girls outperform boys in academic achievements globally
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Higher education to the aid of rural India - through technology
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Saudi Arabia seeks closer educational ties with India
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CEED 2015 score cards available for download from January 22
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CAT 2015: Know everything about the Management Entrance Exam
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CA Final and CA CPT results declared
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MANUU should ensure employability of its students: Zafar Sareshwala
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Vedic maths gets vote of confidence from students, teachers
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2015 IIT JEE Advanced to be conducted on May 24, results on June 18
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They (Muslims) were the nicest people I met, writes a student after Masjid visit
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CBSE 2015 class 12, class 10 exams begin March 2; results in May
www.ummid.com/news/2015/January/07.01.2015/cbse-exam-schedule.htmlJagadguru Kripalu Parishat honoured for educating the girl child - See more at: http://ummid.com/news/2013/September/01.09.2013/honour-for-educating-girls.html#sthash.I8K5uwRA.dpuf
Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat honoured for educating the girl child - See more at: http://ummid.com/news/2013/September/01.09.2013/honour-for-educating-girls.html#sthash.I8K5uwRA.dpuf


'Robot scientist' Eve can discover new drugs faster

A second Software Technology Park would be set up in Tripura to boost information technology in the country's northeast region and to reach out to people of rural and remote areas with e-governance, a minister said here Saturday. - See more at: http://www.ummid.com/news/2013/October/27.10.2013/tripura-software-park.html#sthash.3FpdcuQq.dpuf

A second Software Technology Park would be set up in Tripura to boost information technology in the country's northeast region and to reach out to people of rural and remote areas with e-governance, a minister said here Saturday. - See more at: http://www.ummid.com/news/2013/October/27.10.2013/tripura-software-park.html#sthash.3FpdcuQq.dpuf

Eve is designed to automate early-stage drug design. First, she systematically tests each member from a large set of compounds in the standard brute-force way of conventional mass screening. Eve can be used for .... More

World's first software defined data factory comes up in Hyderabad
Shhh! Your baby learning in sleep too
Whales can hear through their bones
Device to detect dengue from saliva in 20 minutes
iPS-derived cells assimilable with heart tissues: Researchers
Asteroid that flew past Earth Jan 26 has small moon
Genetic links found to size of brain structures
Radio waves from mysterious source detected
Google's voice-guided lane advisory for 20 Indian cities
Curiosity set to drill into crystal-rich rock on Mars
Most people think e-signatures are 'artificial and robotic'
Why blue LEDS are difficult to make
Researchers develop 'pop-up' 3D fabrication technique

'Redesigned' plants to improve biofuel production

New app to help start a car remotely

Exploring Ramadan Part VI: 'Look for the Night of Qadr in the last ten nights of Ramadan'

The night of qadr is the most virtuous night of the year. Allah says in the Qur'an: "We revealed it on the night of power .... More

Exploring Ramadan Part V: 'Confine to the mosque to become closer to Allah'

Exploring Ramadan Part IV: Revelation of Quran and fasting in Ramadan

Exploring Ramadan Part III: 'Fasting is Mine and it is I who give..

Exploring Ramadan Part II: Offer prayers in Ramadan nights to seek forgiveness

Exploring Ramadan Part I: Fasting is prescribed so that you may learn self-restraint

Ramadan and in form, England cricketer says fast boost his performance

Fasting in Ramadan makes me honest, keeps me cool: Mumbai cop

Meet Bollywood stars who fast during Ramadan

A taste of old Delhi's succulent cuisines at Ramadan Walk

Quran brightening UK Muslims' faith during Ramadan

Winner of Dubai Quran contest wants to become Imam at Makkah mosque

Hyderabad never sleeps during Ramadan

Arab states celebrate Eid with gaiety, religious fervor

Delhi markets abuzz with shoppers ahead of Eid

 

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2014 In Retrospect

A step closer to medicine that treats obesity

Although initially there may be a small bounce in health, over the medium-longer term retirement causes a drastic decline in health, says the study by the Institute of Economic Affairs and the Age Endeavour Fellowship. - See more at: http://www.ummid.com/news/2013/May/17.05.2013/retirement_on_health.html#sthash.pXNuFoLY.dpuf

A peptide and hormone that reduces the urge to eat when administered to a specific area of the brain could be the target for developing medications to treat obesity and binge eating disorder, says a research...... More

Cook in low flame to keep Alzheimer's away
Punjab imposes tobacco ban around educational, religious institutions
Anthropocene epoch began with first atomic blast: Researchers
Porn addicts at unsafe sexual behaviour risk
Stress during pregnancy can affect baby's development
How sleep and memory go hand-in-hand
Eczema sufferers have higher risk of obesity, BP
Blocking hormone can fix stress-induced infertility
Scientists identify novel breast cancer gene
Six lifestyle choices can help women save hearts
Diet pill that tricks body into losing weight
Table sugar less toxic than fructose
Why all obese people don't develop metabolic problems
 

Cook in low flame to keep Alzheimer's away
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Punjab imposes tobacco ban around educational, religious institutions
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Anthropocene epoch began with first atomic blast: Researchers
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Porn addicts at unsafe sexual behaviour risk
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Stress during pregnancy can affect baby's development
www.ummid.com/news/2015/January/27.01.2015/stress-during-pregnancy.html

How sleep and memory go hand-in-hand
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Eczema sufferers have higher risk of obesity, BP
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Blocking hormone can fix stress-induced infertility
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Scientists identify novel breast cancer gene
www.ummid.com/news/2015/January/10.01.2015/novel-breast-cancer.html

Six lifestyle choices can help women save hearts
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Diet pill that tricks body into losing weight
www.ummid.com/news/2015/January/06.01.2015/diet-pills-losing-wt.html

Table sugar less toxic than fructose
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Why all obese people don't develop metabolic problems
www.ummid.com/news/2015/January/03.01.2015/obese-people-metablic-prob.htmlNow talcum powder linked to ovarian cancer!

Colombia flower exports blooming ahead of Valentine's Day

Colombia, the world's second-largest producer of flowers after the Netherlands, is cranking up its offerings, cutting and packaging some 500 million ... More
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NRI deposits in Kerala bank up by Rs.3,795 crore
India Inc says no change in economy performance in last 6 months
No VAT assesment for Punjab traders with under Rs.1 crore turnover
Who will join the wealthiest one percent club this year?
India will have 4 lakh super rich this year
Kerala to create SPV to tap diaspora investments
India to grow at 6.5 percent in 2016: IMF
Gold regains Rs.28,000 mark
Nissan Motor to increase network, ad spend in India
FDCI to unveil creative designs on Khadi in Gujarat
Draft standards to compute firms' taxable income notified

A great year for BJP, nightmare for Congress
And after the Lok Sabha battle left virtually all other parties in the dumps, the BJP went on to take power, again for the first time, in Haryana and Maharashtra, formed a government in Jharkhand and became the second largest party in Jammu and Kashmir..... More

The year when Telangana state became a reality

Five reasons why 2014 is important for Palestine

Indian IT industry dons innovation in year of double-digit growth

A year of technological advancement for India in space

Tamil Nadu in flux, political actors face uncertainty

'Kick' scored in Bollywood's low-lying year

Year of two-wheelers for Indian auto industry

Online shakes up physical format in India's retail space

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