Opinion

EDITORIAL: Akbar Jung is no Prithviraj Kapoor

Editorial

Since I came back from watching our vice chancellor play Akbar in a stage play titled “Akbar-Salim-Anarkali” (Don’t be misled by the title, there were more characters in the play.) on Sunday, Feb. 27, 2011, people have been asking me what I thought of it. How did he do? How did our vice chancellor perform as Akbar, is all what ...

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OPINION: Employ Students for On-Campus Jobs

Opinion

In today’s time, money is of prime importance for anybody; especially for students. For a student like me who travels 30 odd kilometers every day to reach Jamia, it’s a prime concern. But in Jamia, I find that students don’t have any opportunity to become self-reliant; there is a lot of red-tape here. Because of this, students here don’t get ...

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OPINION: Islamic Banking: A Financial System with Ethics

Opinion

Due to the global economic crisis and failure of the prevailing financial system of the world, economists, financial experts and industrialists around the world are looking at Islamic finance and the economic system with sheer optimism. Islamic financial system has turned a frequent discourse in most of the universities, research centers and debates in various western and European countries. Attractiveness ...

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