Economy

Islam and Ecology: An Indian Muslim’s Perspective

WordForPeace.com By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi Every religion has its own purpose or plan of creation. However, each faith tradition affirms that this universe has been created by God for all beings to live together in full harmony and in a spiritual symbiosis. All religions exhort us to be grateful towards the bounties of nature that nourish and sustain us. However, …

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The politics of Economics: where India need a change?

WordForPeace.com Muhammed Shafeeque CM  As all Indians well celebrate the anniversary of demonetization in utmost foolish mood, it is vital to look upon the politics played by ruling government in terms of Economics, the cornerstone of growth in a nation. In ancient times, better to call the past decade as ancient due to people’s forgotten attitude towards certain values, the …

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Hyderabad Metro Rail: Urdu finds place on station signboards

 WordForPeace.com KTR Metro Rail ride from Nagole to Mettuguda Telangana IT Minister KTR launched Metro Smart Card named (Nebula) T -Safar. Later KTR along with other Ministers and MLA’s travelled in the Metro from Nagole to Mettuguda. (Photo: Laeeq) Hyderabad: After the declaration of Urdu as the second official language of Telangana State, it has found a place on signboards …

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Muslims in India: Confident in Democracy Despite Economic and Educational Challenges

WordForPeace.com Muslim Indians are more likely than the country’s Hindus and members of all other religions – including those who don’t belong to a religious group – to be “suffering.” One-third (32%) of the country’s Muslims are suffering. Gallup classifies respondents as “thriving,” “struggling,” or “suffering” according to how they rate their current and future lives on a ladder scale …

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Historic peacebuilding programme launches in Bosnia and Herzegovina

WordForPeace.com  Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Nov 15, 2017 / 12:14 am (CNA/EWTN News).- When Pope Francis visited Bosnia and Herzegovina two years ago, he found a country still healing from a devastating conflict two decades earlier. The three-year Bosnian War killed around 100,000 people and displaced a million more. Although ethnic and religious violence tapered off after the peace treaty of 1995-96, deep …

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Meaning of Life 

 Word for Peace,   A man died…   When he realized it, he saw God coming closer with a suitcase in his hand. Dialog ​​  Between God and Dead Man: God: *Alright son, it’s time to go* Man: So soon? I had a lot of plans… God: *I am sorry but, it’s time to go* Man: What do you have …

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The Quest for Peace: God Is Peace and God Wants People to Live In Peace

    By Maulana Wahiduddin Khan, word for peace   Terrorism is today a global menace, and much of this terrorism is by Muslims. Terrorism must be condemned and opposed by all peace-loving people. Today, the world is crying for peace. And one question vast numbers of people are asking is: how can we establish peace in the world? If …

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Enlightening Discussion onthe Economic Survey of India 2015-16

by Word for Peace Correspondent nlightening the students and other participants with the state of the Indian Economy and its prospects,Prof. Subramanian’spresentation was mainly based on the Economic Survey of India 2015-16. He discussed the various aspects of the survey and what it consisted of. He moved on to explain the dismal state of global economy, present state of Indian …

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Energy, Economy and Sustainable Development: Opportunities & Challenges

By Word for Peace Correspondent The Department of Economics, Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) is going to organize anInternational ConferenceonEnergy, Economy and Sustainable Development: Opportunities & ChallengesonFebruary 16 & 17, 2016.The purpose of this conference is to discuss and deliberate holistically issues related to energy in the area of economics. TheInaugural Sessionof the International Conference is scheduled to be held onFebruary …

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