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Abid Rasool Khan backs Salma Ansari’s assertion on triple talaq

Hyderabad: Voicing his support for Vice President Mohammed Hamid Ansari's wife Salma Ansari's assertion on triple talaq, Abid Rasool Khan, the chairman of Minorities...

Demands to Justice with State Minority Commission

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Minorities Comm office shifted to a two bedroom abode—Chairman files a case in High...

Hyderabad: Complaining about the disgraceful treatment by the Telangana government, Minorities Commission chairman Abid Rasool Khan on Monday questioned the state government’s move...

Minorities’ panel wants addl 8% quota

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Minorities Commission submits memorandum to BCs Commission

Hyderabad: A delegation led by Mr. Abid Rasool Khan, Chairman of Minorities Commission submitted a memorandum to BCs Commission supporting 12% reservation issue pertaining...

Govt. orders Dept. of Minorities Welfare to take possession of the records of State...

Hyderabad: A Division bench of Hyderabad High Court issued orders to Dept. of Minorities to take possession of all the records pertaining to State...

Attempt to brand Muslims anti-nationals: Minority panel chief Abid Rasool Khan on triple talaq

Hyderabad: The Chairman of State Minorities Commission serving Andhra Pradesh and Telangana sees the Law Commissions questionnaire asking the public for responses on the Uniform...

Awards for SSC toppers, best headmasters and best teachers, function today

Hyderabad: Urdu Academy Jeddah (KSA) is offering awards to SSC toppers, best headmasters of Telangana and best teachers of the State. The function will...

State Minorities Comm Office closed till Oct 16

The office of the State Minorities Commission working in the premises of Raghava Sadan, Raj Bhavan Road,  will  remain closed from October 3 to...

Abid Rasool khan on Education Empowerment

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AC0mhy8WLdA

Not desirable for women to visit Dargahs: Abid Rasool Khan

Hyderabad: Abid Rasool Khan, Chairman of Minorities Commission serving Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, today favoured women desisting themselves from visiting dargahs as they contain...

Muslims getting divided on Zakir Naik issue:Abid Rasool Khan

Hyderabad: The Zakir Naik issue has sparked a debate among Muslims, creating a "vertical division" in the community on whether his preachings are right...

Uniform Civil Code – Judicious discussions essential: Abid Rasool Khan

Hyderabad: Chairman of Minorities Commission, Mr. Abid Rasool Khan told that Muslims can accept Uniform Civil Code if its draft is placed for judicious...

National Convention of Minorities Commissions to be held next month

The members and chairmen of Minorities Commissions of all States in the country would meet in a national convention to be held next month...

Minorities Commissions’ national convention next month

In a first of kind initiative, the members and chairmen of Minorities Commissions of all States in the country would meet in a...

CBI probe case on Waqf Board performance creates stir in MWD

The ongoing case in High Court regarding CBI investigations on performance of Waqf Board has created stir in Minority Welfare Department. The recent surprise...

12% Muslim Quota: Congress demands cheating case against KCR

The Minorities Department of Greater Hyderabad Congress Committee (GHCC) on Monday approached the State Minorities Commission seeking registration of cheating case against Chief Minister...

Abid Rasool Khan to be felicitated today at Siasat office

Sadaat Education and Welfare Society is going to organise felicitation programme of Mr. Abid Rasool Khan, Chairman State Minority Commission and honourable members of...

Conspiracy to protect wakf land grabbers – CBI probe challenged by Wakf Board: Abid...

Hyderabad: State Minorities Commission filed a petition in High Court to CBI probe into the damage caused to wakf properties. After the arguments, High Court...

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