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Research suggests chimpanzees communicate via gestures and actions

Advertisements Researchers claim to understand the communication among wild chimpanzees as they have translated the meanings of their gestures and actions. Advertisements Wild Chimps communicate 19 specific messages among each other  with a “lexicon” of 66 gestures. The phenomenon was discovered in a research in which the scientists followed and …

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French primary teacher knifedtill death by demented mother

A primary school teacher of Albi, a town in southern France, has been knifed till death in her class by a pupil’s mother on Friday morning, police say. A 34 years old French teacher, Fabienne Terral-Calmes,  was stabbed at the Edouard Herriot School on Friday morning. The aggressor mother brought …

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A new invented nail-polish to meet the requirements of Ablution (Wazu)

Dubai: Taking the worship of Muslims, a firm has invented such nail-polish which will allow the water to touch the surface of nails. The newly invented product is given the name as “H” means ‘Halal’ which will not resist water to reach the surface of the nail. The product is primarily …

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Iraqi Kurad Cheif wants referendum

Massoud Barzani, president of self-governing Kurdish region, urges MPs to work on referendum for vote of independence. Iraq edged  nearer to fall into country’s division on Thursday as the president of the country’s autonomous Kurdish region,  called on MPs to initiate plans for an independence referendum. While addressing to the …

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Modi’s visit to Kashmir: curfew and strikes ruled the region

SRINAGAR: A strike has been called in all over occupied Kashmir by the separatist groups on India’s newly elected Prime Minister’s visit to Kashmir on Friday. It is anticipated that Modi will inaugurate a railway line and a power station in the Himalayan region divided between India and Pakistan. The …

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HRW appeals Lankan government to shelter Pakistani refugees

The Human Rights Watch (HRW) has urged the government of Sri Lanka to give permission of stay to the members of minorities of Pakistan until the UN refugee agency establishes its decision for their international shield. At least 142 Pakistanis are detained during police raids in Sri Lanka in June …

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Security tighten in India after ISIS urges to Jihad

Declaring war on India by the militants of ISIS, has provoked its national security to prepare for the nightmare. The proclaimed ‘Caliphate’ of unofficial ‘the Islamic State’ has urged his likeminded Muslims to step into war against various countries including India. To which, Indian response emerged in preparation against the …

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Former president Nicolas Sarkozy claims ‘political’ case against him

Former president Nicolas Sarkozy said that the French justice system is being used for “political ends” over an investigation against him for influence paddling. In a TV interview, Ex-president Sarkozy refused committing an illegal work. He added the “grotesque” case against him was launched to humiliate him and to harm …

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Teenager raped, says she was in Love with abuser

 A teenager who was used for sex activity, said she had been in love with her abuser at that time. Yasir Ali, 28 was jailed for 20 years at Cambridge Crown Court, England for a number of sex crimes against four girls especially teenager of just 13 years old. His …

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Pakistani received Nobel Peace Prize Certificate for his services in OPCW

Muhammad Ali has received Nobel Peace Prize Certificate for his work with 2013’s peace prize winners, the Organization for Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW). Muhammad Ali, currently working as the General Manager at the Pakistan Ordinance Factories, had been honored with the Nobel Peace Prize Certificate for the year 2013, …

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The religious extremism in the Muslim world

Washington: the increasing tendency of religious extremism in the Muslim world is considered to be the real threat, the current Pew research on the extremism. The report says that 66% people don’t like the extremists and want to emancipate themselves from the religious extremism which is declared as the real …

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China banned Ramazan fasting in Xinjiang for Uyghur

China has forbidden civil servants, students and teachers in Muslim Xinjiang region from keeping fast in Ramazan, government websites said, while a condemnation came from an exile group on Wednesday. China’s ruling Communist party has restricted fasting in Xinjiang, home to the mostly Muslim Uyghur minority. Numerous government departments posted …

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French ex-President Sarkozy detained over campaign funding

French ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy remains in custody for investigation about accused influencing of his promotion. Ex-President Sarkozy was held in custody on Tuesday morning near Paris in an unprecedented step against a former president. Mr Sarkozy was being questioned over suspiciously asking information from a judge about an investigation into …

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Iraq’s parliament session adjourned over clashes among legislators

 The first session of new parliament in Iraq, called on to establish new authority while the country is experiencing seizure by Sunni hardliners, was tumbled down into turmoil on Tuesday. Regardless of the concerns of world leaders and top clerics over Iraq current circumstances and their calls for alienated politicians …

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