From: The Eastern Post <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, Jul 29, 2011 at 6:56 PM
Subject: EP Issue 27 July 2011
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Here are the links for important articles published in our weekly 'The Eastern Post" current issue (27th July, 2011). You can read it and also forward it to your friends if you find this to be useful. We welcome your suggestions and views. You can also send your write ups to us for publication.
A. Basit Ismail
Time to safeguard and respect Deoband
Deoband is a great seminary and a great sense of inspiration strength for the entire community. Its honour and respect is a great asset for all. It must be maintained and respected. Our religious heads should look back to great sacrifices of our elders and continue the same tradition and stop giving birth to more controversies.
Didi No. 1 Ready to make Bengal No. 1
By Yasir Ammar Ismail
Generally politicians forget their promises once they win the election. But Mamata Banerjee on her victory rally celebrating the Martyr's day promised more things and asked to give her some time to deliver her promises.
RTI reveals Waqf Mismanagement in Delhi
By Tafazzul Hussain, Advocate
86 shops, office space, etc. in Delhi have rent as low as Re 1 to Rs 11
Mushtaq ul Haq Ahmad Sikander
Literacy and Education scenario in Kashmir has been deep down in slumbers for centuries, though there has been recent increase in the literacy rate but the situation still continues to lurk in the dark.
West Bengal Affair
HUGE MUSLIM POPULATION WITH NO PROPER HOUSING: Muslims' Fifth most important Need in WB
By Shama Afreen
Bustling crowd, congested areas tanned with filth, street canine and human share common public spaces and a long queue waiting for filling up their buckets on a common corporation water tap, are all a common scene in any Muslim area. No, this is not a common phenomenon in all the states of India but unfortunately this has become an identification mark for Muslims of West Bengal. …
CAN KOLKATA REALLY BECOME LONDON?
Tafazzul Hussain (Advocate)
Our city is in a deep pool of problems and to pull out of this pool, up to status of London, is a herculean task. We should extend our all sorts of co-operation with the govt., in converting our problems laden to a city like London.
Modi Targets RTI Activists Now
By Abdul Hafiz Lakhani
It was hailed as a potent medicine to cut away the canker of corruption plaguing the country's public institutions. But fighting graft comes at a price - as thousands of activists who have used the Right to Information (RTI) Act to blow the lid off several scams very well know.
Crumbled US Economy Looks Eastwards
By: Khaleelur Rehman
To come out from this brink of abyss, US government is strengthening business ties with Asian countries. …
THE ARAB WORLD, PALESTINE AND ISRAEL
By: Maulana Syed Rabey Hasani Nadvi
Translated by Qamar Nasir
If the leaders of the Muslim countries march forward having a complete faith in the Lord of the Worlds and keeping their mutual understanding deep and profound, there is no doubt that they will succeed because Allah (SWT) says in the holy Quran, "�And you will be superior if you are [true] believers."
Trust for Change
By: Sabah Ismail Nadvi
It was 21st July, 2011. I was watching the Television. Usually I don't have the time to sit in front of the television but I was excited to watch the "Shaheed Divas Program" which was running at Brigade parade ground, Kolkata and eager to pay attention to Mamata Di's speech.
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