User: Iram Topic: Muslim Women
Category: Veiling Practices
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When Musharraf fell for a Bengali girl! 30.9.2006 Financial Express
When Musharraf fell for a Bengali girl!
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Meet Musharraf, the lady's man 30.9.2006 Financial Express
Meet Musharraf, the lady's man
Mush loved a Bengali girl  30.9.2006 Central Chronicle
Mush loved a Bengali girl 
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Pervez reveals Bengali love 30.9.2006 Telegraph: Front Page
Pervez Musharraf fell in love with a Bengali girl in Karachi while in his teens but, alas, she had to go off to East Pakistan with her family and that was it.
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On madrasas 29.9.2006 Hindu: Opinion
In "All is not right about madrasas" (Open Page, Sept. 24), the author argues that madrasas are doing a disservice by teaching students that Muslim women should stay at home, observe purdah, and serve their husbands. What is wrong in the ...
When Musharraf fell for a Bengali girl! 29.9.2006 Express India-- Front Page
Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf fell in love with a Bengali girl in Karachi while in his teens, and even opted for an army unit based in the port city so that he could spend time with her.
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Musharraf's second romance was with Bengali girl 29.9.2006 New Indian Express
Musharraf's second romance was with Bengali girl
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Bombshell for lust and terror 29.9.2006 The Statesman
Bombshell for lust and terror
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Musharraf's second romance was with Bengali girl 29.9.2006 New Kerala: India News
<IMG src="http://www.newkerala.net/april/images/t/pervaz-musharaf-1.jpg" align=left>New Delhi, Sep 29: Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf fell in love with a Bengali girl in Karachi while in his teens, and even opted for an army unit based in the port city so that he could spend time with her.
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Musharraf recalls his failed puppy love! 27.9.2006 New Kerala: World News
Washington, Sept 27: Pakistan President and Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Pervez Musharraf might have achieved his ambition of being the supreme ruler of his country today, but sadly his puppy love during his younger days didn't meet the same good fortune.
A Kerala AIDS victim fights for decent burial 24.9.2006 New Kerala: Kerala News
By Juhan Samuel, Kochi, Sept 24: Harrowing incidents of the social stigma attached to an AIDS victim that even lead to their family members refusing to perform the funeral rites
Terrorists order women to wear burqa 23.9.2006 DNA: India
In a move that will again create fear among women in Rajouri district, a Hizb-ul-Mujahideen area commander on Saturday threatened them to follow Islamic dress code of wearing a burqa.
Terrorist ask women to wear 'burka' with veil 23.9.2006 New Kerala: India News
Jammu, Sep 23: In a move that will again create fear psychosis among womenfolk in Rajouri district, a Hizb-ul-Mujahideen area commander today threatened them to follow Islamic dress code of wearing a 'burka' and a veil while moving in public places and warned they would be killed if they failed to comply, officials said.
AIDS victim takes up a grave cause 22.9.2006 New Indian Express
AIDS victim takes up a grave cause
Shin bump and muslin veil 16.9.2006 Hindu:Metro Plus: Tiruchirapalli
Like an unopened book or an impending visit, happiness often lies in the expectation of it
Shin bump and muslin veil 16.9.2006 Hindu:Metro Plus: Madurai
Like an unopened book or an impending visit, happiness often lies in the expectation of it
Shin bump and muslin veil 12.9.2006 Hindu:Metro Plus: Chennai
Like an unopened book or an impending visit, happiness often lies in the expectation of it
Beyond unreasonable expectations 11.9.2006 The Guardian -- Front Page
Education: Combing carefully through the current national curriculum is the first step to meeting the needs of minority communities in the UK, says Bill Rammell.
Fit for a Nobel Peace Prize 9.9.2006 Deccan Herald
Fit for a Nobel Peace Prize
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Shin bump and muslin veil 7.9.2006 Hindu:Metro Plus: Kochi
Like an unopened book or an impending visit, happiness often lies in the expectation of happiness to come
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