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SM Fasiullah

A writer by choice, learner by nature, and social servant by passion. "Woods are lovely, dark and deep; But I have promises to keep; Miles to go before I sleep; Miles to go before I sleep" - Robert Frost

Youth have to come out on streets for the nation: Jignesh Mevani

Jignesh Mevani in Hyderabad

Social activist and champion of Una March, Jignesh Mevani calls for Dalit-Muslim unity and urges youth to go beyond caste and religion, raise issues of unemployment and farmers’ suicide and save nation from becoming a Hindu rashtra in an interview with Fasiullah SM in Hyderabad. Have you ever thought you would become a youth icon with huge following on social …

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In Conversation with Unsung Heroes of Lamakaan

Lamakaan -- (BR) Vijay, Manoj, Akshay, Kamlakar, Kailash – (FR) Basant, Bharat, Praful, Rajiv, Manas, Krishna

Lamakaan has emerged as a place of Hyderabad’s pride. Being an open cultural space, it attracts at least 200 people daily, who come to listen, watch, discuss, perform and learn. As Lamakaan rides high and celebrates its seventh anniversary, we spoke with visitors and people who are driving force of this hub of creative minds and cultural enthusiasts. In 2010, …

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Dr Shashi Tharoor advises Students on Successful Career

Dr Shashi Tharoor in Bits Pilani Hyderabad

Hard work, curiosity and faith in yourself are three qualities required for a successful career, advised senior parliamentarian Dr Shashi Tharoor to students of Bits Pilani in Hyderabad on Sunday. Addressing a packed auditorium housing over 2,500 people, Thiruvananthapuram MP Tharoor told the audience that he genuinely wanted to see change for better in India. A Bits Pilani student asked the …

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Springfields School Exhibits Rich Muslim Heritage on Silver Jubilee

Springfield students exhibit contributions of Muslims as part of Silver Jubilee celeberations

Silver Jubilee celebrations of Hyderabad’s Springfields Schools attracted thousands of students, parents and general public with its thematic exhibition: Muslims’ Contributions to Sciences. Around twenty large stalls displayed contributions of Muslims in various fields during the Golden Age of Islam. Each stall had at least five student guides to explain visitors about the contributions. The exhibition was a brainchild of …

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