- RJD asks Modi to quit as Gujarat CM
Patna: RJD on Sunday demanded resignation of the Gujarat Chief Minister in the wake of a senior IPS officer alleging that Narendra Modi had allowed Hindus to “vent their anger” during the 2002 clashes.
- Government forces retreat in Libya’s Misrata
Government forces retreated in Misrata but seized a rebel town in Libya’s remote Western Mountains, as no sign emerged of Muammar Gaddafi being dislodged from power despite more than a month of air strikes.
- Oman IT show to display latest innovations
MUSCAT – Oman’s biggest annual IT and telecom show, opening here on Monday, will feature the latest innovations and technologies in the information and communication technology (ICT) sector, its organisers said.
- Iran, Iraq sign agreements on Iranian opposition
TEHRAN, Iran – Iran’s state TV says Tehran and Baghdad have signed agreements that could lead to the forced repatriation of an Iranian opposition group based in Iraq.
- Hussaini Dalan : Oldest Shiite Shrine of Dhaka
Hussaini Dalan(sometimes reffered as Husaini) is an imambara -center for Shiite(the followers off Shia Islam) in the old part of the city of Dhaka, attributed to the Mughal Period.
- Imam Hussein (AS) Encyclopedia Published in Arabic
The first edition of Imam Hussein (AS) Encyclopedia in 9 volumes was translated into Arabic and recently published by Dar-ol-Hadith Publishing Organization.
- Yemeni president accepts power transfer plan, says aide
Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh has agreed to a Gulf-brokered power transfer plan, one of his aides said Saturday, after more than two months of anti-government protests demanding Saleh’s ouster.
- Bahraini troops force people to announce loyalty to regime
The Bahraini regime’s forces have pressed the people of this country to announce their loyalty to the Bahraini premier, Khalifa bin Salman Aale Khalifa.
- Bahrain forces raid girls school again
Saudi-backed Bahraini forces launch a second raid on an all-girls’ school in the north of the country, in line with violent crackdown on the popular revolution the government is facing.
- Saudi women hold protests on Sunday
A group of Saudi Arabian women have reportedly attempted to register for the kingdom’s upcoming municipal elections, despite Riyadh’s prohibition on female participation in the event.