Muslims in Maryland are moving forward…

July 21, 2014 2:23 PM0 comments
Muslims in Maryland are moving forward…

Maryland’s most popular Governor Hon. Martin O’Malley hosted an Iftar (with dinner) party at his official residence in the state capital Annapolis in celebration of holy Ramadan month on July 16, 2014. This is eighth Iftar party during his eight years of administration. Maryland is the only state in the […]

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Muslims in Maryland are moving forward…

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Muslims in Maryland are moving forward…

Maryland’s most popular Governor Hon. Martin O’Malley hosted an Iftar (with dinner) party at his official residence in the state capital Annapolis in celebration of holy Ramadan month on July 16, 2014. This is eighth Iftar party during his eight years of administration. Maryland is the only state in the […]

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QADER: Extradite the assassin of Bangladesh’s founding father

July 15, 2014 12:15 PM0 comments
QADER: Extradite the assassin of Bangladesh’s founding father

The founding father of Bangladesh, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, was known as the poet of politics. A leader in the country’s bloody struggle for independence from an oppressive Pakistan in 1971, “Mujib,” as he was known, outlasted an occupying Pakistani military force and survived nine brutal months in a Pakistani prison. Yet only […]

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Train derails in Virginia; no injuries

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Train derails in Virginia; no injuries

WYTHEVILLE, Va : No injuries or hazardous spills have been reported after 14 Norfolk Southern Corp. railroad cars carrying automobiles and fingernail polish derailed Monday night in southwestern Virginia, a county spokesman said. Wythe County public information officer Jeremy T.K. Farley said in a statement that a 911 call reported […]

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Some riders will see fewer trains as Silver Line sets to open

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Some riders will see fewer trains as Silver Line sets to open

Maryland : Metro’s Silver Line is on target to open July 26 and while some riders will see the benefits of an extra line, others will see fewer trains. Next Sunday, Metro will start simulated testing the Silver Line on its soon to be regular commuting schedule. As part of that, […]

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Getting and using free Wi-Fi in the D.C. area

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Getting and using free Wi-Fi in the D.C. area

WASHINGTON : D.C.-area restaurant must-haves include good food, competitive prices, a pleasant staff and — more than ever — a reliable wireless Internet connection. Internet accessibility is vital to an on-the-go society, and many D.C.-area customers are finding out just how important it is for businesses to offer reliable, free […]

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