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India's success depends on not letting religion splinter country: Obama
Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi reiterated the government's tough stand on militancy, and urged insurgents to shun violence, while Governor P.B. Acharya expressed concern over ... More

Digvijaya dares Modi to follow Obama's advice on religion

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

Indo-US nuclear agreement is going to remain a dead letter

It also shows that Joint Statements, even at the highest levels, are worth little more than the paper they are  ... More

Obama visit: India, US achieve breakthrough in civil nuclear deal

US media skeptic about 'breakthrough' in n-deal

Off campus centre only if AMU offers something new: Maharashtra minister

Making it clear yet again what the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP)-led government in Maharashtra has in store for over 10 million Muslims in the state, Higher & Technical Education Minister Vinod Tawde a few days ago hinted that establishing the  ... More

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Sexual harassment complaint against IIEST professor

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Armyman killed in Kashmir a day after getting medal

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Tiny probes to investigate Jupiter's atmosphere

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Higher education to the aid of rural India - through technology

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Stop protecting corporate interests, Bhopal survivors urge Modi, Obama

Additionally 50,000 living in the vicinity of the now abandoned pesticide factory have had their ground water contaminated with toxic chemicals and heavy metals that have leached.... More

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

Pomp, pageantry mark R-Day across India
Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi reiterated the government's tough stand on militancy, and urged insurgents to shun violence, while Governor P.B. ... More

Blame game over rejection of Odisha tableau for R-day parade

Modi 'deserted' wife, says Congress leader; BJP fumes

"This is because the whole country and the Election Commission was keeping a watch on it as he could have faced problems. What message is being conveyed to the nation? Get married and then desert your wife?" Kamat..... More

112-year-old Mariyam Umar attends Republic Day flag hoisting ceremony
Local residents who gathered for the flag hoisting ceremony in Khar (West) on the occasion of India's 66th Republic Day Monday were up for a pleasant surprise when they saw Mariyam Umar ... More

Girls outperform boys in academic achievements globally
Boys outperform girls in only three countries or regions: Colombia, Costa Rica and the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, said the team from University of Missouri-Columbia (MU).... More

Padma award to Bohra leader; Followers pleased, rivals fume
The Dawoodi Bohra community is delighted and pleased to note that Syedna Mohd Burhanuddin is among those to be conferred the Padma .... More
Ravi Shankar, Ramdev decline to accept Padma award

With Obama looking on, Russian legacy to dominate at R-Day parade
When Barack Obama, the first US president to.... More

Woman leads guard of honour for the first time

US media skeptic about 'breakthrough' in n-deal

Freedom of expression just excuse, West fearful of Islam's growth: Iran
Vahid Ahmadi, chairman of the Iranian parliament's foreign relations committee, said that freedom of expression is just an excuse for the West, and they are fearful of .... More

Don't make religion a cause for conflict: President on R-Day address
In his customary address to the nation on the eve of Republic Day, Mukherjee said: "The freedom inherent in democracy sometimes generates an unhappy by-product when political.... More

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With gift of love, Chandigarh school-kids send warmth to J&K

Thousands of new woollens are being gift-wrapped by students from various schools in Chandigarh for their counterparts from the state. Like Shruti, there are hundreds of other students who have not only volunteered and..... More

Muslim population in India grows 24%, down 5% than previous decade

US Secret Service 'bullying' Indian agencies over Obama security?

'Middle East's tragedies unfolded as Lawrence ignored'

WAMY responds to hatred against Muslims in London by offering roses

Three consecutive divorce declarations un-Islamic: Pakistan cleric

How not-good-looking Naseeruddin Shah got his first film 'Nishant'

CAT 2015: Know everything about the Management Entrance Exam

13-year-old Shubham Banerjee Silicon Valley's youngest entrepreneur

After marriage, Imran Khan, Reham are in Makkah to perform Umrah

Going solo: More Indian women travelling alone

AMU alumnus Indian-American Frank Islam receives Martin Luther award

French Director reverts to Islam after Charlie Hebdo attack

Kerala students develop 200-km-a-litre vehicle

Aligarh Movement played key role in freedom movement: Scholars

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu was told not to join the Paris Unity Rally

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They (Muslims) were the nicest people I met: Student after Masjid visit

US media over represents Muslims as perpetrators of domestic terrorism

High-energy physics gets a $235 mn leg-up in India

Vedic maths gets vote of confidence from students, teachers

Hyderabad's 'numaish' -- 75 years old and going strong

Views & Analysis

Indo-US nuclear agreement is going to remain a dead letter

It also shows that Joint Statements, even at the highest levels, are worth little more than the paper they are written on, if not followed up by either or both sides, as has been the case with the disarmament provisions of the November  ... More

How long will crude prices stay low?

Forest Community a Neglected lot in India

Let's All Be Charlie's Angels!

Modi magic may face its severest test in Delhi

French have my condolences, not my apology

War Begets War: It's not about Islam, it never was

Kouachis of Paris and Continental Sagacity

Father of Kashmir violence is now for dialogue

Sri Lanka verdict a slap for Tamil extremists

Why Muslims should apologize for a crime they have not committed?

India and US: The best is yet to be

Not just posturing: BJP-Akali ties in deep trouble

Finally, the Tamils booted out Mahinda Rajapaksa

Bihar’s Capital should be shifted out of Patna

Make in India but Make it Green

Death of an idea, birth of an institution

Padma awards are losing their sheen

In 2015, Narendra Modi must resolve inner contradictions

Education & Career

Science & Technology

2014 In Retrospect

CLAT 2015 entrance test for LLB and LLM goes online
The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), an all-India entrance examination conducted on rotation by 14 National Law Universities (NLUs) for admissions to under-graduate and post-graduate degree programmes L.L.B ..... More

School 'climate' affects teachers' expectations about students

Abdullah Azzam and Gulfiza Khan win AMU Sutdents' Union polls

CAT 2014 mock tests available online from 01:00 p.m. onwards Tuesday

Countless men from East to West acquired fame due to Ibn Sina: Sadia

Crescent Academy's 28 candidates clear 2014 UPSC Prelim Exam

2014 UPSC Mains Exam begins December 14, time table out

Math Talent Search Examination 2015 for kids on February 08

Turkey's Istanbul to have Islamic university of international standard

Incumbent on Muslims to reaffirm image of Islam as religion of peace, mercy - See more at: http://www.ummid.com/news/2014/October/16.10.2014/amu-convocation.html#sthash.t4Fx5T4Y.dpuf

Incumbent on Muslims to reaffirm image of Islam as religion of peace, mercy

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
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

Google launches voice search in Hindi

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

Google Monday announced the creation of the Indian Language Internet Alliance (ILIA), a partnership with leading Indian technology and content companies, in a bid to promote the growth of Indian.... More

Google launches alliance to promote Indian languages

Drugs to abet cancer cells suicide found

Cancer cell fingerprints could hasten diagnosis in kids

Google offers free access to satellite images

Skin patches may replace traditional blood test

Saturn's moon Titan glowing at dusk and dawn

Saturn's moon Titan glowing at dusk and dawn

Milky Way shuts down star formation in dwarf galaxies

Apple unveils 'world's thinnest tablet'

India close to having its own navigation satellite system

Get ready for Google 'phablet' this month

Aliens out there but too far to contact: Scientist

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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Health

Business & Economy

2013 In Retrospect

A new drug to treat a common liver disease

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

People with non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) who took obeticholic acid (OCA) had improved liver health during that period, including decreased inflammation ..... More

Calicut to host global conference on history of Islamic Medicine

Drugs to abet cancer cells suicide found

Over 80 percent people in India Vitamin D deficient: Experts

Kidney stones may increase bone fracture risk

Long-acting insulin more effective for type 1 diabetes

Even moderate drinking could affect sperm quality

Cabinet approves national AYUSH mission

Can Ebola strike India?

Saudi Arabia: Smokers consumed 38,500 tons of cigarettes in 2013

Artificial anti-cancer molecules created in a jiffy

Now talcum powder linked to ovarian cancer!

Karnataka plans to generate 2,000 MW solar power

In order to tap the huge potential of solar energy as an alternative to generating power from conventional energy sources like coal, thermal and hydel, the minister said the state government ... More

Non-subsidised cooking gas rate cut by over Rs.23 a cylinder

'No substance in Aam Aadmi Party contention on gas prices'

Call to dump Cadbury, Mondelez foods after pork traces

Reliance 'saddened' by ONGC chief's 'theft' remarks

Ab ki baar… Nifty 8,000

Built on Waqf land, Ambani's Antilia rated world's 'most expensive property'

Reliance says new gas rates will still apply from April

Sensex at 24,068 points - for the first time in history

World's largest airport hub for low-cost carriers opens in Kuala Lumpur

Government returns RIL's bank guarantee for new gas price

Foreign deals offer silver lining for loss-making Indian carriers

"This has been a flat year with minimum growth. However, with the intent of the Tatas and AirAsia on entering the Indian market has definitely paved the way for future growth in the... More

Affection to defection: No room for run-of-the-mill TV shows

Transition year for Indian telecom's growth story

The worst of times for Obama and India ties

Minor blemishes apart, gold still shines for Indians

Rupee suffers reality check, speculation hits further

Indian economy logged lowest growth in a decade

Successful Mars mission helps ISRO end year on high note

Comedies reaped gold for southern cinema

Innovative marketing took centre stage in Tamil cinema

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