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Indian goddess tattoo: Australian visitor compelled to render apology

Advertisements BENGALURU: An Australian tourist was allegedly harassed and compelled to render apology when an unruly mob in Bengaluru objected his having tattoo of a Hindu goddess on his shin. Advertisements The Australian citizen, Matt Keith stated that he along with his friend Emily were assaulted and forced by a …

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PCB, BCCI meeting: Shiv Sena extremists storm Board office

Hindu extremist group Shiv Sena assaulted the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) office in Mumbai on Monday when Pakistan Cricket Baord (PCB) chairman Shahryar Khan was in a meeting with his Indian counterpart Shashank Manohar. The mob ransacked the office and chanted slogans against the Chairman PCB …

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US to support Pakistan in war on terror: Resolution reaffirms

The United States has once again approved to back Pakistan in the war on terror. The re-declaration has come in a resolution tabled before the US House of Representatives ahead of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s scheduled visit to Washington. The resolution welcomed the official visit of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif …

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Thai woman sues husband who proposes ‘break up’ after winning lottery

BANGKOK: A Thai man is being sued by his wife after proposed break up following winning nearly 1 million dollars in a lottery. Saowanee Thongwiset is looking for $286,000 in order to raise their 8-month-old son and educate him, Theerapon Pochanukul, her lawyer told the Associated Press Friday. The sought …

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Two, five year old girls ‘gang-raped in New Delhi

NEW DELHI: Two India female childs merely aged two and five years were raped in different incidents in capital city New Delhi. The police made a claim about the incident and stated taht one of the incidents was as gang rape. The little girl of two and half years was …

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How India (RAW) supplying weapons in Balochistan to destabilise Pakistan, Afghanistan: Report

A report handed over to the secretary general of United Nations by Advisor to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz reveals which routes India is using to supply arms in Balochistan. The report claims India is supplying heaps of explosives in Balochistan from three routes via Arabian Sea. It …

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Pakistani family spends night on Mumbai street after refused entry

MUMBAI: A Pakistan family consisting of six was stranded on the Mumbai streets on Wednesday as they could not get admission in any inn in the city. The family belonged to Karachi had stayed with their kins in Jodhpur before reaching Mumbai to pay visit at the shrine of Haji …

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Targeted because I’m Muslim: Naseeruddin Shah

Experienced Bollywood actor Naseeruddin Shah has to face severe response when he spoke in the favour of peaceful ties between Pakistan and India and his requesting people to focus on sameness than differences. The senior actor’s statement came in response to protests by Hindu extremist group Shiv Sena against the …

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Pakistan urges United Nations to settle down Kashmir issue for peace in South Asia

Representative of Pakistan to the United Nations, Dr. Maliha Lodhi, has urged the United Nations at the forum of United Nations General Assembly to resolve the Kashmir issue for the ultimate peace and stability in South Asia. She went on saying that Kashmir issue should be resolved as per United …

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Journalist Mehdi Hasan challenges Israel’s Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked

Famous journalist of Al-Jazeera, Mehdi Hasan, took to task Israeli Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked as he took her into cross-questioning about the Israeli-Palestinian issue. As famous for his frank attitude and blunt questions, he did not let Ayelet to take u-turn on her statements during the interview. The Israeli Minister …

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Samjhota Express inaction: Indian passengers crossing on foot

Can’t wait to see the loved ones: As the Delhi-bound Samjhota Express is on passive stance till Thursday as requested by India, Indian passengers stranded in Pakistan chose their way home on Monday by crossing the Wagah-Attari border on foot. Pakistani officials had called back the train form the Wagah …

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25-year-old Indian woman cricketer commits suicide

MUMBAI: Indian woman cricketer had reportedly committed suicide while being at her house in Andhra Pradesh on Sunday. The cricketer, Durga Bhavani, 25, was reportedly was found dead in her residence, reports said. The initial reports maintain that some sort of family issues could be the reason behind her taking …

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Shiv Sena activists attack, smear black oil on Kasuri’s book launch organiser

 MUMBAI: 10 to 15 Shiv Sena activists assaulted Dudheendra Kulkarni, who is to organize former Pakistani foreign minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri’s book launch, couple of hours before the event. “When I got out of home, a group of Shiv Sainiks – some 10, 15 of them – stopped my car. …

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Samjhota Express departure for Delhi postponed till Thursday

LAHORE: Samjhota Express bound for Delhi that was barred to enter by Indian authorities at Wagah border on Thursday wouldn’t be able to carry passengers to New Delhi till coming Thursday, as told by Pakistan Railways spokesman on Saturday. The spokesperson Rauf Tahir claimed that the train transporting passengers to …

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