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Delhi court rejects plea claiming right over Qutab Minar

Ne Delhi: A Delhi court on Tuesday rejected an application by a man who claimed that the land on which the Qutub Minar complex stands was his ancestral property. The intervention application was filed by…

Don’t look 1000 yrs back but to present for progress: Impar to Muslims

New Delhi: Impar ( Indian Muslims for Progress and Reforms) is soon coming out with a set of proposals for reforms needed in the community, the underlying theme of which would be to make the…

Qutub Minar row: Delhi court reserves order on plea by ‘Agra royal family member’

New Delhi: A Delhi court on Tuesday reserved its order on the intervention application moved by a man claiming to be heir of a royal family in Agra and seeking ownership of Qutub Minar. Additional…

A rare Mughal Pashmina Carpet from Northern India up for auction

New Delhi: A rare Mughal Pashmina Carpet from Northern India, Kashmir or Lahore circa 1650 9ft. x 8ft. 11in. (275 x 274 cm.) will be up for auction at Christie’s upcoming Islamic and Indian Art.…

Food courts near Lucknow monuments now

Lucknow: To promote heritage tourism in Lucknow, district officials have decided to roll out multiple projects to provide facilities like food courts, vending zones, parking lots, bus stops and tonga stands near the monuments. An official…

BJP’s video blames Congress, Communists for Partition

  New Delhi, Aug 14: On Partition Horrors Remembrance Day, the BJP blamed the Congress and the Communists for accepting the demand of the Muslim League for a separate nation.   In an over seven-minute…

Family of man who penned ‘Jhanda Ooncha Rahe Humara’ to be felicitated

Kanpur: The family of Shyamlal Gupta ‘Prashad’, the writer of the patriotic song ‘Jhanda Ooncha Rahe Hamara’ will be felicitated in his village at Narwal in Kanpur at Ganesh Sewa Ashram. Shyamlal Gupta’s three grandsons Rakesh…

The saga of Bi Amma, whom Gandhi addressed as ‘meri maa’

Among the few Muslim women who had actively participated in the Indian Independence movement, Abadi Bano Begum (Bi Amma) was a prominent face. Her active participation in the struggle to liberate the country from the…

Muharram: Marsiyakhwani, an exclusive tradition of India

India is not only a melting pot but a salad brawl, which manifests equally in grief and sorrow. The Muharram is the one that is being observed with religious-cultural ethos. Many traditions and customs that…

Idol Depicts Buddha: Madras HC halts Hindu rituals in Salem temple

New Delhi: In a significant move, the Madras High Court ordered the Tamil Nadu Archaeological Department to take control of a Hindu temple in Salem after the latter confirmed that the idol on the premises…

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