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    The Telangana State High Court recruitment exam was scheduled for today, but unfortunately, it has coincided with the Iftar timings. This has caused a lot of confusion and inconvenience for the Muslim candidates who are observing the holy month of Ramadan.

    Iftar is a significant religious event for Muslims, and it marks the end of their daily fast during Ramadan. It is a time when families and friends come together to break their fast and offer prayers. The timings for Iftar change every day, depending on the sunset, and it is usually around 6:30 pm.

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    The High Court recruitment exam was scheduled to begin at 2:30 pm, which means that the candidates would have to sit through the exam while fasting. This is not only physically challenging but also mentally exhausting, as fasting can affect concentration and focus.

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    Many Muslim candidates have raised their concerns about the timing clash with Iftar, and they have requested the authorities to reschedule the exam. However, there has been no official response from the High Court yet.

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    It is essential to understand that religious observances should be respected and accommodated wherever possible. In this case, rescheduling the exam would be a simple solution that would not only show sensitivity towards the Muslim candidates but also ensure that they can perform to the best of their abilities.

    Moreover, it is not just about accommodating religious observances; it is also about creating an inclusive environment where everyone feels valued and respected. By rescheduling the exam, the High Court would be sending a positive message about its commitment to diversity and inclusivity.

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    In conclusion, the timing clash with Iftar for the Telangana State High Court recruitment exam is an unfortunate situation that could have been easily avoided. Rescheduling the exam would be a simple solution that would show sensitivity towards the Muslim candidates and promote inclusivity. It is essential to respect religious observances and create an environment where everyone feels valued and respected.

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    Rajesh M
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