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We anyway have faith only in Allah, the Almighty: Malegaon blast victims

Unperturbed by the public prosecutor in the 2008 Malegaon blast case Rohini Salian's "Go soft.... More

Modi govt protecting real terrorists, working against national interests: Azhari

'NIA asking public prosecutor to go soft in terror cases unfortunate'

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


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

In Part-I of the series today, Izhar Bashir Madani who has graduated from the Islamic University of Madinah briefly introduces the concept of moon .... More

Google launches Ramadan app to help Muslims organise their fast


'If Modi can be PM after acquittal, why can't acquitted Muslims get job'

In a fiery speech in the Delhi assembly Friday, Amanatullah Khan, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA from Okhla, asserted that the Muslim youths who have been acquitted in terror cases should be provided government jobs and referred the "acquittal" of Prime .... More


Dubai varsity professor to collaborate on Quran inspired research

With research interests in Arabic and Quranic studies, Dr. Shaban has produced a number of publications focusing on nature in the Quran, including the plant world, the insect kingdom, and the rivers featuring in the Holy Quran. With research interests in Arabic and Quranic .... More


West Bengal ITI entrance test rescheduled after paper leak

While Biswas claimed that the candidates were informed through SMSes about the cancellation of the exam as early as 8 a.m. on Sunday, they candidates staged demonstrations at many centres across the state, saying that they came to know about the cancellation ..... More

Latest Headlines

Five Bengaluru girls win technovation contest in US

Eight million worshippers visit Makkah Haram in first 10 days of Ramadan

Aligarh Muslim University to set up intermediate colleges across UP

Now, Goa Tourism Minister Dilip Parulekar in fake degree row

Smoking ban triggers prison riot in Australia

Google Maps now available in 12 more Indian cities

Man sets himself ablaze on Japan bullet train

Jayalalithaa set to win Radhakrishnan Nagar by-poll by a huge margin

Congress ahead of its rivals in Kerala by-election

Communal clashes leaves about 30 injured in Ghaziabad

DU second cut-off list out, admissions remain open for most courses

BJP using silence to blunt Congress onslaught against Raje

Congress-BJP war rages on -- over Raje

Greece crisis hits Indian equity; Sensex falls 166 points

Meddling with judiciary will hurt country's image: Owaisi on Malegaon blast

Vijayawada nurse died while attacking friend with acid

Now, your fingers are remote control for gadgets

Bulk of pickpockets on Metro are women: CISF

Banks to remain shut entire week in Greece

Dilemma of giving: Charity enablers guide social responsibility in India

Police fire tear gas, rubber bullets to break gay pride parade in Turkey

West Bengal ITI entrance test rescheduled after paper leak

Focus on India-Russia-Iran transport corridor via Central Asia

Deadline to exchange pre-2005 currency notes extended

Kolkata college prescribes dress code, bans short skirts

Bihar school director lynched after missing students found dead

India to set up chair for cross-border teacher education

Two Indians among those killed in Kuwait blast

Tripura youth arrested for posting ex-girlfriend's nude pictures

Research shows 'Sleep sex' now prevalent in bedrooms

Has BJP conceded Round One to Nitish?

Madras HC asking rapists to settle matter 'unethical': Legal experts

Assam, West Bengal hit by earthquake, two injured

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

Protest in Tel AViv against controversial US-Israeli energy conglomerate

US envoy recalls troubles of 'A minus' in school report card

Why June 30 will be a bit longer

Deafening silence of pontificating 'Supreme Leader' on Lalit gate

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Pakistan heat wave: Death toll in Karachi touches 1,242

At least 13 people died in Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC), 11 in Abbasi Shaheed Hospital (ASH), two in Qatar Hospital, three.... More
Heatwave sweeps Pakistan's Sindh, over 1,200 dead in Karachi alone

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

English teachers in Punjab flunk English test
These are some of the shocking errors that came to light in the written replies of 220 teachers of government schools who were asked by the Punjab School Education Board to explain the poor results of Class 10 students in English in .... More

Indian envoy to New Zealand recalled after wife accused of assaulting staff
India on Saturday asked its envoy in New Zealand to return following allegations that his wife assaulted a member of the domestic staff. The envoy said he was not leaving because of the assault allegations but because.... More


1.2 million Muslims offer Friday prayers in Masjid al Haram Makkah

In an unparalleled spiritual ambience that the fasting month has offered, the faithful performed Umrah and engaged in supplications, seeking the blessing and forgiveness from the Almighty Allah, the Saudi Press Agency reported...... More


US report highlights police abuses and widespread corruption in India

In India, 'the most significant human rights problems were police and security force abuses, including extrajudicial killings, torture, and rape', as also 'societal violence based on gender, religious affiliation, and caste.... More


Visually-impaired Omani mesmerises audience at Dubai Quran contest

Flawless performance of visually-impaired Omani contestant Liyth Ishaq Al Kindi mesmerised the audience at the 19th International Quran contest kickstarted in Dubai on Wednesday. Flawless performance of ..... More

When stolen VIP buffaloes gave UP Police sleepless nights

Stolen buffaloes of VIPs are keeping the Uttar Pradesh Police on their toes. Just days after nabbing the thief who fled with UP Minister Mohd Azam Khan's bovines, the police now have to deal with the theft of a legislator's eight buffaloes from his farmhouse in...... More

'NDA using terror groups to destabilise Congress regimes in North-East'
"The (union) Home Ministry and the Minister of State (MoS) for Home Affairs are directly involved in creating law and order problems in the north-east," Congress leader V. Narayanasamy claimed while briefing media .... More

China backing Pakistan on Lakhvi comes a month after Modi visit

Over a month after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's much-hyped visit to China when the two sides agreed to cooperate in counter terrorism, India said it has taken up with China "at the highest political level" its concerns over..... More


Malaysia: Non Muslims foster Ramadan spirit

Putting aside religious differences and fostering the spirits of Ramadan, Malaysia's non-Muslims have expressed their joy and wish to participate in the Ramadan rituals, joining Muslims' .... More
Gurudwara holds Ramadan Iftar for Muslims in UAE


Vasundhara Raje snubbed by Modi, BJP top leadership

The Rajasthan chief minister, who left on Saturday morning by helicopter to attend a NITI Aayog meeting, spent some time at her house in Delhi before flying back to Jaipur afternoon ..... More

Vasundhara Raje in fresh Lalit Modi row, Congress too ensnared


'Modi govt's new education policy framing process not transparent'

While the government launched the exhaustive exercise earlier this year for holding consultations aimed at the drafting a new national education policy and invited suggestions and discussions towards that ..... More

Special Reports

Alexandria hosts longest Ramadan charity table, sets new world record

Representative of Guinness World Record Sida Shibaysi said the seaside table in the Mediterranean city was 4 kilometers and 303 meters long, the local Al-Masry Al-Youm reported her as saying during a press ....... More

The missing girls Of Maharashtra and Gujarat

Now, IIT-Kharagpur to offer MBBS degree

More Muslims in Latin America are fasting this Ramadan: Report

Shahid Nabi of violence-hit Kashmir area cracks AIIMS test

Maharashtra needs to get its act together against floods, stampedes

12-year-old blind Kerala boy swims across river, eyes more challenges

Wants to quit smoking? Ramadan is the best time

Istanbul Intrigues: An Ottoman detective and his adventures

Hyderabad's old city comes alive as Ramadan begins

Revisiting the trauma of Partition - and its toxic continuity

Caliph Omar is a role model: Delhi CM Kejriwal

At last, Aung Suu Kyi breaks her silence on Rohingya Muslims

24 students of Rahmani Foundation crack 2015 JEE Advanced

Muslims across the world brace for the fasting month of Ramadan

A legend comes to life in remote Rajasthan village

Why girls are outshining boys in school exams

Madurai man's spicy success story in Moscow

Sexual harassment, rape allegations rock Greenpeace

Now Modi invokes Holy Quran to highlight importance of knowledge

Tax Planning Tip: More export will lead to low import cost

80 countries to participate in Dubai Quran contest to be held in Ramadan

A Kashmiri outside Kashmir: Victim of ignorance and prejudice

Northeast, not Kashmir, deadliest place for security forces in 2015

Ten days after riot, tempers continue to simmer in Haryana's Atali

Stealthily, smoke kills 1 in 8 Indians

Ramadan 2015 fasting will be longest in Denmark, shortest in Argentina

Over 50 percent rise in child labour in Indian urban areas: CRY

Not just Mumbai and Gujarat, itís hard for Muslims to find a house in NCR

US lawyer in hijab: Should I try to make myself look less Muslim?

'Love Jihad' common in US, particularly among recently wed

Views & Analysis

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

If RSS and other Hindutva organisations are so concerned about health and about religious morality, they should pressurise the government to observe an anti-drinking day. Let drinkers break their bottles on that day, and let the alcohol flood the ..... More

For BJP, euphoria of last May seem far away

BJP worried over tipsy Punjab, Congress wants end to drugs

Context of Indira Gandhi's Emergency which changed Indian politics

BJP can only hope for narrow victory in Bihar elections

BJP in caste balancing act ahead of Bihar polls

Appreciating dollar, oil, commodities slow forex growth

There may be a distant moral for Modi in Erdogan's reversal

Russia in the time of Western sanctions, Ukraine crisis and low oil prices

Rahul-Modi war enlivens political scenario

Manufacturing and Undermining National Icons: RSS Style

Delhi Dispute: Is LG Jung Wrong? Is CM Kejriwal right?

To fit own 'style', Modi introduces new work culture at PMO

Why Congress doesn't give Manmohan the credit he deserves

Ireland captured through Gay Army, Satan on the march in West

The itinerant prime minister yet to visit a Muslim country

Narendra Modi's shaky race to save India's girls

Equating Owaisi with Modi Team attempt to hide Hindutva communalism

Modi Sarkar's First Birthday

Why the Communists remain a peripheral force in India

Modi vs Manmohan: Both global roamers

Modi's China visit: How long can policy of accommodation continue?

Modi and Manmohan: 1 Year in office, spot the differences

'Rahul Gandhi's resurgence signals willingness to take on mantle'

Let's commemorate 1857, search for Rani Jhansi's stolen insignia

Education & Career

Science & Technology

2015 Delhi Elections

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
www.ummid.com/news/2015/January/10.01.2015/us-school-student-on-mosque-visit.html


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

Delhi sirf AAP ke liye
AAP tsunami wrecks BJP, Congress; others mock at Modi
In one of the most stunning comebacks in Indian political history, Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Tuesday score Indian political history... More

Modi's 'I, me, myself' style has hurt BJP

Asim Khan, Imran Hussain of AAP set to win in Delhi elections

Amanatullah Khan, Mohd Ishraque of AAP close to historic win in Delhi

LoP post to BJP even if it fails to bag seven seats: AAP's Kumar Vishvas

AAP win shattered myth of invincibility around Modi: Yogendra Yadav

With AAP, Trilokpuri seeks 'communal-free' environment

Delhi Muslims ditch Congress for AAP, pollsters find after voting

Fewer Muslim candidates in Delhi, AAP likely favourite for Muslims

Delhi records 67 percent polling, highest turnout in North East Delhi

Delhi count eve: AAP confident, BJP cautious, Congress downcast

AAP to form govt in Delhi on its own, say exit polls

AAP vote share rises and rises in Delhi

AAP rejects 'communal' Bukhari's pro-AAP appeal

AAP or Congress... make sure your votes are not divided: Delhi voters told

 

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Health

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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
www.ummid.com/news/2015/February/04.02.2015/punjab-smoking-ban.html

Anthropocene epoch began with first atomic blast: Researchers
www.ummid.com/news/2015/February/03.02.2015/how-anthropocene-began.html

Porn addicts at unsafe sexual behaviour risk
www.ummid.com/news/2015/January/30.01.2015/pron-addicts-unsafe-sex.html

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
www.ummid.com/news/2015/January/25.01.2015/sleep-an-memory.html

Eczema sufferers have higher risk of obesity, BP
www.ummid.com/news/2015/January/18.01.2015/higher-risk-of-obesity.html

Blocking hormone can fix stress-induced infertility
www.ummid.com/news/2015/January/13.01.2015/blocking-harmones.html

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
www.ummid.com/news/2015/January/07.01.2015/lifestyle-choices-for-women.html

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
www.ummid.com/news/2015/January/05.01.2015/abt-table-sugar.html

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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