- Big names involved in Sohrab case: CBI tells SC
Ahmedabad: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) told the Supreme Court on Friday that bigger names are involved in the alleged encounter of Sohrabuddin Seikh and the case should be moved out of Gujarat.
- Wahdat Train March Commence from Karachi
pakistan_train_02Wahdat Train March of Majlis-e-Wahdate Muslimeen (MWM) commenced on Friday from Karachi Cantt Station to attend the Central Wehdat-e-Millat Convention of MWM to be held on 1st August at Islamabad. The Prime objective of organizing the said national gathering is to express solidarity with the people of Kurram Agency, Quetta, D.I.Khan and Karachi, who are being targeted by
- UN sanctions dropped against 5 senior Taliban
UNITED NATIONS – Five Taliban have been struck off a U.N. Security Council list of militants subject to sanctions — a move sought by Kabul to ease reconciliation talks with insurgents, the United Nations said on Friday.
- Yemen to take part in Muslim World League’s int’l Mecca meeting
SANA’A, July 30 (Saba)- Yemen will take part in the international meeting of the Muslim World League (MWL) which is to be held in Mecca of Saudi Arabia during August 1-3.
- US faces deadliest month in Afghan war
With 63 US service members killed, July has become the deadliest month for American forces stationed in war-torn Afghanistan.
- Death toll hits 500 in Pakistan floods
Over 500 people have lost their lives in Pakistan’s flash floods and landslides caused by heavy seasonal monsoon rains.
- Magnitude-5.7 quake rocks NE Iran
An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.7 has jolted the city of Torbat-e Heydarieh in Iran’s northeastern Khorasan Razavi Province, leaving more than 100 people injured.
- Ramadhan, 30 Entertainment Places in South Jakarta Closed
In order to maintain the devotion of Muslim people in their fasting, 30 entertainment places in South Jakarta will not operate one day before Ramadhan until one day after Idul Fitri. The entertainment locations are spread in 10 sub-districts in South Jakarta, such as D`Best Cilandak and Kebayoranlama Wijaya Centre.
- British-Indian Muslims oppose Sadhvi Rithambara’s UK visit
Indian-origin British Muslims have appealed to Prime Minister David Cameron’s Government to prevent Sadhvi Rithambara from entering the UK for her alleged role in demolition of the disputed Babri Mosque.
- UK former deputy PM doubted Iraq WMD intelligence
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s deputy prime minister at the time of the 2003 invasion of Iraq said on Friday he had doubts about intelligence that Saddam Hussein possessed weapons of mass destruction, describing some of it as “tittle tattle”.