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Religious organizations must address global challenges: Jain Muni

By Matters India reporter Kathmandu, Dec. 2, 2018: Kathmandu — Religious leaders and social organizations must address global current challenges, and have budget for peace initiatives, a Jain religious leader told the Asia-Pacific Leadership Summit being held in Kathmandu. Ambassador of Peace Acharya Lokesh Muni from New Delhi also on November 30 said that “religious and social organizations have significant …

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India’s young Muslims are taking the IAS, IPS route to get a share of power

Despite being almost 15% of population, Muslims have been underrepresented in the civil services. But Muslim officers insist the system is fair to them. New Delhi: A few months ago, 24-year-old Tayyab Pathan moved to Delhi from Marathwada in Maharashtra to prepare for the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) exam. A bright mechanical engineer, Pathan got a cushy college placement, but …

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Naghma’atul Asra’ar fi Moqamaatil Abra’ar A Review By: Md. Shahbaz Alam

Naghma’atul Asra’ar fi Moqamaatil Abra’ar (Mysterious songs on the high ranks of pious persons) a greatest poetic masterpiece (Masnavi) created by Sheikh Abu Saeed Shah Ehsanullah Mohammadi Safwi. It is one of the best known and most influential works made by him. Sheikh Abu Saeed is a great Sufi, spiritual poet, preacher, reformer and peace maker of the current era. …

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