- Qazi files complaint over mischievous SMS
Bhopal, Aug 14 (PTI) Bhopal”s city Qazi Syed Fazil Qasmi today filed a police complaint seeking action against those circulating SMSes, advising people not to buy clothes from particular shops, in his name.
- Rocket attack kills three Pakistani soldiers
MIRANSHAH, Pakistan â” At least three Pakistani paramilitary soldiers were killed and 25 others wounded on Sunday in a rocket attack on their camp in a restive tribal area, officials said.
- Blast kills over a dozen in Balochistan
At least a dozen people were killed and 20 injured in a blast that ripped through a hotel in Dera Allah Yar in Balochistan on Sunday morning. This is the biggest terrorist attack across the country since the month of Ramzan began nearly a fortnight ago.
- Morocco to hold early vote in mid-November
RABAT – Morocco announced plans on Sunday to hold early parliamentary elections in mid-November, as the Arab worldâs longest-serving monarchy pursues reforms in response to protests inspired by the Arab Spring.
- Bahrain: The Social Media Battle Continues
The battle over Bahrainâs future is raging online between government loyalists and opposition supporters.
- Twin blasts kill 5 Iraqi army personnel in Baghdad
BAGHDAD – A pair of bombs hit an Iraqi army patrol in north Baghdad, killing five security personnel and injuring 10 other people, security and medical officials said.
- Mosque in Turkey has largest dome in world
The dome is “the biggest” mosque dome in the world, with a 38-metre diameter.
- Libya rebels fight to take key city near capital
Libyan rebels and troops loyal to Moammar Gadhafi fought for control of Zawiya on Sunday, a day after opposition forces pushed from the western mountains into the strategic city in their most dramatic advance in months.
- Attack on Afghan governorâs compound kills 22
Taleban suicide bombers killed at least 22 people in a bold attack on a governorâs compound in central Afghanistan during a security meeting on Sunday, officials said.
- Indian migrant workers harassed in Saudi Arabia
Patna: Over a dozen poor villagers who went to Saudi Arabia in search of jobs are now being harassed. Their relatives have urged state governmentâs labor department to get them freed from the slavery. All of them were absorbed in work by the Bin Laden group of companies, alleged without any pay.