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Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: April 29 2017 5:21 pm President Pranab Mukherjee (File Photo) Top News President Pranab Mukherjee has said there is an urgent need to strengthen the global counter-terrorism mechanism so that the menace can be fought jointly by the international community At a banquet hosted in honour of visiting President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades Mukherjee said both India and Cyprus suffer from the scourge of terrorism “This global menace needs to be fought by all civilised societies and countries not just individually but at a bilateral regional and global level” he said welcoming the Cypriot president on his first-ever state visit to India Mukherjee stressed there is an urgent need to strengthen the global counter-terrorism legal framework to combat the scourge of international terrorism “India seeks to build a broad consensus at the United Nations for finalisation of the draft Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism and early adoption of the CCIT in the United Nations” he said Mukherjee said almost all Presidents of Cyprus before Anastasiades have paid a visit to India and therefore India feels honoured that he has maintained that tradition He said India values its longstanding and close friendship with Cyprus “India-Cyprus relationship is pinned on the foundation of ideological commonalities of our founding fathers – Mahatma Gandhi and Archbishop Makarios” he said Mukherjee said India lauds the economic recovery of Cyprus under the leadership of Anastasiades particularly its return to a positive rate of growth – among the fastest in the European Union In recent years he said India has seen rapid economic progress – despite the global slowdown – and achieved a steady growth rate of about 7 per cent “We welcome Cyprus to take advantage of our flagship programmes like ‘Make in India’ and ‘Skill India’ – and join India’s growth story” he said Mukherjee said India’s information technology sector as also the renewable energy natural gas and hydrocarbons sustainable tourism infrastructure and health and wellness sectors are open for partnerships and foreign investment He said the recent signing of the revised Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement is a good step in this direction He expressed confidence that this state visit will result in new initiatives in all these areas of immense potential For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsAhmedabad | Published: April 10 2014 3:17 am Related News Anna Hazare has urged first-time voters not to think twice before pressing the ‘None of the Above’ button on the voting machine if they do not find the right candidate with a clean and good image A four-minute video in Hindi and Marathi released on Wednesday has Hazare exhorting voters not to fall prey to any kind of enticement and elect a “criminal” Hazare whose Ralegan Siddhi village is part of the Ahmednagar Lok Sabha constituency told The Indian Express that he had not declared his support for any candidate so far “This is my appeal to all voters and especially the first-time voters to exercise their franchise But when they do so they must remember the sacrifice of the great freedom fighters Shaheed Bhagat Singh Sukhdev and Rajguru and then decide how they can bring about a change in the country” he said “Can you sell your vote for a mere Rs 200 or a liquor bottle” Hazare has asked in the video that has Vande Mataram playing in the background “We have to make a pledge to send only those candidates to the legislature and the Lok Sabha who have a non-corrupt and clean image” he added Hazare said there was no letup in corruption despite their agitation launched on August 16 2011 “On a positive note however there has been a great deal of awareness about issues related to corruption” Anna said Kaamod Kharade a sound engineer from Ahmednagar and award-winning filmmaker (he won the 58th National Award for Sound Recording for Hindi film Ishqiya) made this video in 36 hours For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Seema Chishti | Azamgarh | Updated: October 20 2014 1:00 pm At the Madrasatul Islah in Azamgarh ( Source: Express photo by Vishal Srivastav ) Related News Only 4 per cent of Muslim children go to madrasas in India as per the Sachar committee report That was a fact BJP’s Unnao MP Sakshi Maharaj didn’t mention when addressing a meeting in Kannauj last month he alleged that madrasas across the country are imparting “education of terror” and “love jihad” Deep in Saraimeer a much-talked-about part of Azamgarh since many alleged Indian Mujahideen activists were traced to it is Madrasatul Islah the oldest and one of the largest madrasas in the area with about 1500 students Set up in 1908 it once had on its rolls leading Islamic scholars such as Shibli Nomani and Hamiduddin Farahi This day its senior-most class is attempting to answer a more basic question on the blackboard — “Who was the first Indian to use the mobile phone” Several students spring to their feet with the answer to that little-known fact: “Jyoti Basu in March 1995” Behind ‘Love Jihad’ Part-1:It is tech not terror that’s shrinking boundaries in Adityanath’s home turf Cellphones play a big role in their lives the students admit While even a decade ago students here would have been loathe to talk about watching television or serials such as CID or Dastak now under the watchful gaze of their English teacher Dr Iqbal Ahmad Sanjari they discuss the pros and cons of WhatsApp almost disdainful that these questions are being asked of them The boys between the ages of 17 and 19 years see themselves as one with the larger world Almost all are wired into technology and media particularly television As Dr Sanjari tells students about the six topics to be covered in English essays the coming week subjects such as ‘Science as Master and Slave’ ‘Student Unrest in India’ and ‘Islam and Politics’ find enthusiastic takers Mohammed Tariq 17 says he finds technology “mechanising” lives and minds “disturbing” “I want to go out into the world and be useful to society after I complete my graduation” he says Abu Noman (17) worries about being a “machine ka ghulam (slave to machinery)” “If the calculator and Internet fail everything does” he points out Rishad Ahmed (18) wants to pursue Arabic literature and eventually do a doctorate from Aligarh Muslim University a much-coveted instituion at the madrasa Behind ‘Love Jihad’ Part-2:Story of love that conquered odds set a precedent in court The students say technology has allowed them to see things they could not before and interact with others outside their immediate physical setting But far more than affordable technology it is policy that has given the students here a sense of mobility The “mainstreaming” of madrasas by the Centre in 2008 has given them dreams of real educational and then social mobility In December 2008 the UPA I government brought certificates issued by state madrasa boards on a par with certificates issued by state boards making it possible for students like those at Madrasatul Islah to take admission in Central and state universities The possibility of migrating to ‘regular’ education programmes and degrees has changed the madrasa world Says Sanjari “At the Class XII equivalent level we teach up to BA Part I programme to give our students a headstart Science English and Mathematics are given great importance” Dr Akhtarul Wasey former dean Faculty of Humanities and Languages at Delhi’s Jamia Millia Islamia University says “Madrasa students comprise about 15-20 per cent of the intake annually in our university mostly In Islamic Studies and Arabic but they increasingly want to get into Political Science History and Sociology They are usually very hardworking” Azamgarh itself is still struggling to shake off its tag of terror particularly since the 2008 Batla House encounter in Delhi Mulayam Singh’s choice of Azamgarh as his constituency was to give the area “confidence” and make a point but those who live here and have it on their birth certificates still resent the label of the Batla encounter of 2008 which has stuck So the prospect of mobility has also brought with it frustrations of not being able to integrate as fully or equally as they would want to Says Sanjari “It is still just the really big Central universities which recognise these certificates Plenty needs to be done and universities still dodge the question of allowing an affiliation despite the rigour and our standards being very high” Almost every student at Madrasatul Islah understands the nuances of this politics and is agitated by the attitude of the world outside towards them Asks Abdul Aleem (17): “Why have the poor and backward segments of society not benefited proportionately from technological changes and why have several fallen behind Prejudice in India runs deep for several sets of people” Fazlur Rehman 19 admits they feel boxed-in and in a trap “As if poverty is not enough to tie us down if we somehow get over that hurdle we have to fight the maahaul (environment) that views our names and the Azamgarh postal code with suspicion” Classmate Iqbal Ahmed asks why the media unquestioningly plays into “old prejudices” and “repackaged and old agendas” According to Dr Sanjari though there is a difference: it is the change in Azamgarh that has made it the focus of the new attacks “It is precisely the educated Muslims who are now the target of attacks and are being pushed back” he says The director of another well-known institution of Azamgarh the 100-year-old Shibli Academy also sees this happening “Azamgarh was perhaps chosen to pinpoint and target because it has been a centre imparting education and turning out scores of educated and qualified persons — Muslims included” says Dr Ishtiyaque Zilli Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru both were frequent 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