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Ramadan: Fasting Improves Overall Well-being

Fasting boosts production of nemotrophic-factors protein that improves brain functioning.

By Prof. Amber Haque The Muslim month of Ramadan is here and over a billion Muslims around the world will fast in this month. Muslims fast because there is an injunction in the Quran telling them to do so. The Quran reminds Muslims that many prophets and their followers before …

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Irregularities in Inter Exams: SIO demands transparency

Vidya Bhavan, Nampally, Hyderabad

Results of Board of Intermediate Education (BIE) released few days ago was marred with irregularities, observed SIO Telangana. The student organization said in a press note that intermediate students from across the state raised voices regarding the irregularities in the results. “SIO Telangana conducted a survey and called people to …

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Book Review: The Art of Thinking Clearly

Art of Thinking Clearly - Rolf Dobelli

Book Title The Art of Thinking Clearly  Publication Sceptre (UK), Farrar, Strays and Giroux (USA), Year: 2013, Pages: 384 Author Rolf Dobelli Reviewer Sana Sadaf – Aligarh Muslim University Swiss author Rolf Dobelli pens down amazing ideas and informs us through his book. He divided the book into 99 chapters which …

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SIO MANUU releases manifesto

Local chapter of Students Islamic Organisation of India (SIO) released its manifesto at Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU), demanding accessible and affordable quality education for students,  dignity and human rights to all citizens irrespective of their background or preferences. Press release: On behalf of students and youth of India, …

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India’s way of teaching and learning is dialogic, says South Asian University president Prof Sharma in CLAI Conference

Prof. Kavita A Sharma at CLAI Conference in MANUU

India’s way of teaching and learning was dialogic and sacred texts right from Vedas to Mahabharata and Upanishads had been in dialogues, said South Asian University president Kavita A. Sharma. “Dialogue becomes essential in South Asia because of multiplicity of speakers and cultures”, she observed while delivering a talk as …

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Bangladesh is ahead of India and Pakistan in Inclusiveness: Experts in Literary Historiography

MANUU VC Dr Aslam Parvaiz inaugurating Art Exhibition in CLAI Conference

Experts in literary historiography from University of Delhi observed that India and Pakistan fall behind Bangladesh in terms of inclusiveness of regional literatures and authors from various communities. Discussing state-sponsored literary histories and anthologies from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh at the International Conference of CLAI on South Asian Narratives, Anuroop …

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