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Unexplained, unexpected and unplanned

Unexplained, unexpected and unplanned

This week we had one of those unplanned and unexpected situations, the plan was to go to the Netherlands to visit an elderly and sick family member.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

The continuous spread of Covid-19 has continued to impact fear in us and has become a nightmare to people living with anxiety and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). The fear created by Covid-19 is responsible for the daily changes in habits of people living with these disorders.

Intermittent fasting

Intermittent fasting

Ramadan is over but that does not mean fasting has to come to a stop. Although we hear some people who don’t really understand fasting talking negatively about it and labelling it as unhealthy and bad for the body, we all know that all that talk is not true. If fasting is done correctly, you can ser

BPS conducts music workshop

BPS conducts music workshop

A music workshop was recently conducted by Music and Dance Department of Birla Public School (BPS) based on the topic of ‘Performance Preparation’.

Young MES students celebrate Garangao

Young MES students celebrate Garangao

With the aim to reaffirm the culture and traditions of Qatar, MES Indian School virtually celebrated Garangao festival recently.

MES conducts debate competition

MES conducts debate competition

Middle Section of MES Indian School in association with Department of English recently organised an inter-class debate competition for the students of all divisions of Class-V on the topic ...

Rulings of Zakat Al-Fitr

Rulings of Zakat Al-Fitr

The scope of worship in Islam is universal, in the literal sense. For the Qur’an tells us that each and every constituent of creation near or far, seen or unseen, animate or inanimate­­­­ - worships The True and Only God.

The blessed times when supplications are accepted

The blessed times when supplications are accepted

It is well known that the Lord descends in the last third of the night and Says: “‘Is there any seeker of forgiveness so that I would forgive for him? Is there anyone with a demand so that I would give him? Is there any repentant person so that I would accept his repentance?’ Until the rise of dawn.

A gate in Paradise for those who fast

A gate in Paradise for those who fast

In a Hadith on the authority of Sahl ibn Sa‘d, may Allah be pleased with him, he said that the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam (may Allah exalt his mention), said: “Paradise has eight gates, and one of them is called Ar-Rayyaan through which none will enter but those who observe fasting.”[A

Ramadan habits ‘key to balanced lifestyle’

Ramadan habits ‘key to balanced lifestyle’

Ramadan is a period of training that helps people become the best versions of themselves, improves their health, soul, character, and cultivate good habits.

Tribute paid as Urdu scholar Hanafi dies of Covid-19 in India

Tribute paid as Urdu scholar Hanafi dies of Covid-19 in India

The Majlis e Frogh e Urdu Adab (MFUA) and other local literary figures have expressed grief over the death of renowned Indian Urdu scholar and critic Prof Dr Shamim Hanafi on May 6, 2021, from Covid-19 in New Delhi. He was 83.

PAS-Q remembers Urdu poet in online condolence reference

PAS-Q remembers Urdu poet in online condolence reference

The Pakistani expatriate community in Qatar, in general, and Urdu lovers, in particular, continue to remember late Dr Fartash Syed, who was a known poet and former Urdu teacher, first with Pak Shamaa School (PSS) and later with Pakistan International School – Qatar (PIS-Q). Dr Fartash died of Covid-

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