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CM flags off second batch of Haj pilgrims

CM flags off second batch of Haj pilgrims

Hyderabad, Sept 15 (INN): Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Monday requested the Haj pilgrims from the State to pray for the development and welfare of new State during their pilgrimage in Holy Mecca and Madina. Speaking while flagging off the second batch of 350 pilgrims at the Haj House at Nampally, the Chief Minister prayed that the Almighty ...

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MIM is a communal party: Digvijay Singh

MIM is a communal party: Digvijay Singh

Hyderabad, Sept 15 (INN): AICC General Secretary Digvijay Singh has described the former ally Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen as a communal party. “We had a tie-up with the MIM earlier. But the recent statements made by the MIM leaders are highly communal in nature and the Congress party will not tolerate such communalism,” Digvijay Singh said while addressing the Greater Hyderabad Congress ...

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Frooq Hussain condemns shoddy arrangements at Haj Camp

Frooq Hussain condemns shoddy arrangements at Haj Camp

Hyderabad, Sept 14 (INN): Congress MLC Farooq Hussain on Sunday strongly condemned the chaos that prevailed during the flagging off of first batch of Haj pilgrims at Haj House at Nampally. Speaking to media persons here, Farooq Hussain said that the TRS Government did not make proper arrangements for the Haj pilgrims both at the Haj House and at the ...

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CCRUM chief exhorts need to popularise ‘Hijama’

CCRUM chief exhorts need to popularise ‘Hijama’

Hyderabad, Sept 14 (INN): Central Council for Research in Unani Medicine Director General Prof. Shakir Jameel has exhorted the need to popularise the Hijama, the cupping therapy, steam and oil therapy throughout the world. Speaking on the occasion of a free Hijama Camp held in connection with the Cure all Regimental Therapy Centre here on Sunday, he vehemently opposed the ...

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TRS activists hijack Haj Camp

TRS activists hijack Haj Camp

Hyderabad, Sept 14 (INN): The flagging off of first batch of Haj pilgrims on Sunday turned into a political gathering with the TRS leaders and activists outnumbering the pilgrims and their relatives who came to see them off. As many as 350 Haj pilgrims of first batch were forced to wait for almost 11 hours before they actually left for ...

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