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Dar-ul-Uloom Deoband

Background: When the Mughals decline started the east India Company emerge as the new political power in India. An active campaign of Christian missionaries was developing a serious threat to Islam in India and lastly the western education with the patronage of the government had completely ignored the Islamic learnings …

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Anjuman Himayat-i-Islam (1884)

The Punjab, which during period of Ghaznavi was known for its educational institutions, became extremely backward by the end of nineteenth century educationally. This was because in 1849, the English brought to an end the Sikh rule over the Punjab, annexed it and brought western educational system and established number …

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Nadvatul Ulema

In the second half of the nineteenth century many educational institutions were founded to educate the Muslims of India and make them equal in all terms with their Hindu fellow countrymen. In this regard one of the major educational institutions was that of Nadva-tul-Ulama. Two of its predecessors the Aligarh …

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Muslims and the Congress

After the War of Independence 1857 the English government had realized that their policy to rule by force was no longer beneficial in India. Thus, they tried to win the support of the Indian people. Several promises were made by the government that the Indians will, from now onward, also …

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All India Mohammedan Educational Conference

As M.A.O College Aligarh, the greatest dream of Sayyid Ahmed khan was achieved and this achievement turned the tides for future events. Still he realized that college was unable to fulfill educational problems of Muslims of India. Sayyid Ahmed khan launched All-India Muhammedan Educational Congress in 1886, later on changed …

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Feroz Khan Noon (1893-1970)

Sir Malik Feroz Khan Noon, the seventh elected Prime Minister of Pakistan was born at Lahore in 1893. He was an important politician during the Freedom Movement and a prominent figure after the independence of Pakistan and severed on many significant designations. He belonged to the Noon family which was …

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