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Islamists protest in London against French Mali role

AROUND 60 Islamists including women in veils protested outside the French embassy in London on Saturday (January 12) against France’s military intervention in Mali. The...

Indian PM fights back over coal scandal

  INDIAN Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh on Monday (August 27) rejected a report by the official auditor that accused his government of missing out...

Osama Bin Laden Shifted To Afghanistan To Supervise Plot To Assassinate Benazir Bhutto: Media...

Al-Qaeda's slain chief Osama bin Laden had shifted to Afghanistan to supervise a plot to assassinate Pakistan's former premier Benazir Bhutto and then military...

Dr Neeraj Patil loses narrowly to Education Minister of Britain Justine Greening.

      Dr Neeraj Patil, The Former Mayor of The London Borough of Lambeth lost to Justine Greening, the Education Minister of Britain in the British...

ICJ’s jurisdiction in national security matters not acceptable: Pak

 Pakistan does not accept the International Court of Justice's jurisdiction in matters related to national security, its Foreign Office said today after the UN...

Indian women take to the streets to ‘reclaim the night’ after mass molestation

    Hundreds of women are expected to march and hold events in more than 20 cities across India on Saturday to "reclaim the night" and...

Deadline looms on Pakistan ‘obscene’ text message ban

PAKISTAN’S mobile operators were scrambling to block text messages containing any of over 1,600 "obscene" terms banned by the country`s telecoms authority ahead of...

Racist’ US bake sale raises temperatures

ETHNIC minority students at the elite US Berkeley college slammed on Tuesday (September 27) a “racist” campus bake sale organized to highlight the role...

Two London teens have married IS fighters lawyer says

Two of three teenage girls who travelled from Britain to Syria sparking criticism of the police response have married Islamic State (IS) group fighters,...

India formalises retail reforms

THE INDIAN government on Thursday (September 20) put its retail reforms into effect by formally putting them down on paper despite nationwide strike action,...