Eid al-Adha or Bakrid is an important festival celebrated by the Muslim community in India and around the world. This year, it starts July 30 and ends on July 31, in the evening.

CM Adityanath issued instructions to police and administrative officers to ensure security during the upcoming events, including the foundation stone laying ceremony of Ram Temple in Ayodhya on August 5.

Noida: Anguished by unfortunate mob lynching beef incident about a year ago in which 52-year-old Akhlaq was killed, the Muslim families of Bisara decided not to sacrifice goat on the occasion of Eid-Ul-Zuha this year. They solemnised the festival by offering namaz and did away with the sacrifice which speaks of the state of mind …

Lucknow: Khalid Rashid, the head of the Markazi Chand Committee, Firangi Mahal here on Friday declared the Bakrid celebration on September 13 as the crescent was not sighted today. The committee announced that first date for the sighting of Moon would be September 4, i.e Sunday and Eid-ul-Adha will be celebrated on Sep 13.