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The biggest cyber crime in the history of USA, FBI blames China

Advertisements WASHINGTON: The hackers in US has attacked the informative system of homeland security and an important department of human resource, Office of Personal Management (OPM) and hacked significant data from the system. Advertisements This cyber attack on the government computer system has been termed as the biggest cyber attack …

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Princess Diana’s granddaughter Charlotte to be christened on July 5

New princess of the Royal family of England, Princess Charlotte, the granddaughter of Princess Dianna and the daughter of Prince William and Princess Kate, is going to be christened next month. Prince William’s office told that Archbishop of Canterbury will christen the little princess on July 5 at St. Marry …

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Japan introduces toilet facility in its elevators

TOKYO: Japan is going to introduce the facility of toilet and drinking water in the elevators for the users. Japanese government would also install small chairs in the elevators for old people because the number of old people in Japan is higher than in any other country. An agreement has …

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“Lost & Found”(khoyapaya) website launches to find missing children in India

NEW DELHI: The Indian government has launched a website named “Khoya-Paya” or “Lost & Found” to help families find millions of children who go missing every year either abducted for forced labour or for sexual exploitation. This website khoyapaya.gov.in was launched by Minister for Women and Child Development, Maneka Gandhi, …

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Imran Khan writes letter to Ban Ki-Moon asking to end genocide of Rohingya in Myanmar

Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan has written a letter to United Nations appealing to take notice of massacre in Myanmar. The letter raised the question over UN’s silence and inaction on the continuing plight and persecution of the Rohingya Muslims of Myanmar. It says that it is shameful the …

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Indian Tennis star Sania Mirza joins PETA campaign for stray animals

Tennis star sania Mirza has come forward and joined a welfare campaign for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) which is set up for the promotion to adopt homeless cats and dogs instead of buying them. Sania , 28, who became the first Indian woman tennis player to …

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Amir Khan challenges Mayweather after victory against Chris Algieri

NEW YORK: Britain’s Amir Khan grabbed unanimous victory over his American opponent Chris Algieri in a welterweight matchup, and at the same time challenged Floyd Mayweather for a world title showdown. This was the fifth consecutive victory of Khan with improvement of 31-3. The scores passed by judges were 117-111, 117-111, …

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Death toll crosses to 1800 in India due to scorching heat

NEW DELHI: Due to rise in temperature from the last few days in India, the number of deaths due to scorching heat rises above 1800 and majority of the deceased belonged to under developed and poor areas. According to media reports majority of the affected people belong to Andhra Pradesh …

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First transgender Manabi Bandyopadhyay to take charge of college principal in India

KOLKATTA: India has appointed its first transgender college principal in the state of West Bengal. Manabi Bandyopadhyay, who is currently serving as professor of Bengali at the Vivekananda Satobarshiki Mahavidyalaya College is set to take charge as principal of the Krishnagar Women’s College on June 9.   India’s transgender activists …

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I eat beef, nobody can stop me : Indian Minister says

Days after Mukhtar Hussain Naqvi, an Indian Minister, asked beef eaters to move to Pakistan, India’s Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju flared-up at his colleague saying that he eats beef and ‘nobody can stop him from doing so.’ “I eat beef. I’m from Arunachal Pradesh, can somebody stop …

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Saudi King Salman vows to punish attackers behind the Shia mosque attack

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s King Salman vows to punish the hands behind the mosque attack in the kingdom’s east on 23 May. Earlier, IS claimed the responsibility of suicide bombing at Shiite mosque, which left 21 dead. Saudi King Salman expressed his grief over the attack and vows to punish the …

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Those Who’re Dying Without Eating Beef, Can Go To Pakistan: Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi

Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs, said that if someone cannot live without the beef, she/he can go to Pakistan, Arab or any other country where it is permissible. He said it at a conclave organized by a Pakistani TV channel. Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi is vice-president of …

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Suicide attack in Saudi Arabia at Imam Ali Shia mosque

Several people were killed and injured in a suicide attack in Riyadh on Friday, media reports. According to one witness , a huge explosion at the Imam Ali mosque in a village in the province of Qatif, where more than 150 people were attending the prayer. The Saudi state news agency confirmed …

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No job for Muslims: Indian firm rejects an applicant

An Indian diamond jewelry export firm rejected the application of an MBA named Zeshan Ali Khan from Mumbai just because he is a Muslim. Within 15 minutes after he applied for a marketing job in the firm, he was rejected being said that they regret to inform that they hire …

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