1. Pak mine blast toll increases to 45
    ISLAMABAD: The death toll in a coal mine collapse in southwest Pakistan today rose to 45 as officials announced that there were unlikely to be any survivors in the shaft that was hit by a series of blasts triggered by accumulated methane gas.
  2. Aussie Muslims Face Rising Bigotry: Study
    SYDNEY – A new Australian Human Rights Commission report warned of rising distrust and discrimination against Muslims in the community, urging for a pressing need to use education to reduce ignorance and fear about religions.
  3. Yogi denies Ajmer blast links
    LUCKNOW: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP from Gorakhpur, Yogi Aditya Nath, on Monday denied any role in Ajmer blast and accused the Congress Party at the Centre of playing dirty politics.
  4. Putin likens Libya air strikes to ‘crusades’
    Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin lashes out at Western airstrikes in Libya, likening them to ‘medieval crusades.’
  5. US Army apology for photos of soldiers with Afghan body
    The US Army has apologised for graphic photographs of US soldiers grinning over the corpses of Afghan civilians they had allegedly killed.
  6. Top Yemeni general joins protesters
    A top general has joined anti-government protesters in Yemen, as political crisis in the country has exacerbated following the recent brutal crackdown on the popular uprising.
  7. Iraqi al Qaeda group says behind army HQ attack
    BAGHDAD -Al Qaeda¡¯s Iraqi affiliate has claimed responsibility for last week¡¯s car bomb attack on an Iraqi army unit that killed at least eight soldiers, a group that monitors insurgent communications said on Monday.
  8. 77 pc Egyptians say ”yes” to constitutional amendments
    Cairo, Mar 21 (PTI) Egyptians have voted overwhelmingly to constitutional amendments, allowing the country to move swiftly toward fresh parliamentary and presidential elections.
  9. Saudi-Bahraini Bastard Forces Tragically Martyred Quran Reciter ‘Abdul Rasul Hujairi’ / Thousands Bahraini Participated in Funeral Procession / Photos March 21
    Thousand of Bahraini people participated in funeral procession of Abdul al Rasul Hassan Ali al Hujairi at Cemetery Buri.
  10. Bahrain King Recruited 1,000 Pakistanis to Kill Protesters
    ISLAMABAD: More than 1,000 Pakistanis have been recruited to serve in the Bahrain National Guards, learnt on Sunday.