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‘Godlike picture’ on a magazine puts Dhoni into arrest warrant

Advertisements Hyderabad: A court in Andhra Pradesh on Tuesday issued a bailable arrest warrant against Indian cricket team captain MS Dhoni for allegedly hurting the religious sentiments of Hindus. Advertisements After the case related to a picture on the cover of a magazine in which Dhoni appeared in like god …

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India consents to obligate IAEA’s Safeguards Agreement

Indian authorities have declared of assenting to an accord with International Atomic Energy Agency(IAEA) ,which would provide agency greater accesses to Indian civilian nuclear programme .This consent of India to facilitate the supervision of its civilian nuclear programme, by IAEA, has been made to clear the obstructions that exist between …

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Iraq crosses 1000 killings in June only

UN confirmed killing of at least 1,075 people, mostly civilians during ISIS insurgency in Iraq. According to a report by UN Human Rights team in Iraq, 757 civilians have been executed in Neneveh, Diyala and Salahuddin provinces while another 318 were in Baghdad and areas in southern Iraq between 5 …

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Exporting Artilleries : India’s sale of weapon systems to foreign countries, is underway

The Defence Research and Development Organization of India has claimed that India has the capacity to trade in the combat aircrafts ,at a relatively lesser expensive cost, compared to China. The cost-effectiveness is mainly due to low cost of production. According to Avinash Chander, Chief of Defence Research and Development …

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Ayatollah Khamenei says Iraq’s conflict not a battle between Shias and Sunnis

Supreme leader of Iran opposed US intervention in Iraq and denied to relate the battle between Shias and Sunni on Sunday. “We are strongly opposed to interference by the Americans and others in Iraq’s internal affairs, and we do not approve of it because we believe the Iraqi government and …

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Malaysian apex court rejects Christian’s claim of Allah

 Malaysia’s supreme court has rejected a challenge against the earlier ruling imposing a ban for Christian from using the word “Allah” as their God, in a very conflict-ridden legal case in the Muslim-majority country. The case was brought by the Catholic Church, when its Malay-language newspaper related the word of …

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ISIS militants Eager for wives

The unmarried hardliners of Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant are searching for unmarried girls in their occupied region to force them into weddings. Iraq’s largest oil refinery has been undergoing a struggle to survive from ISIS militants out Baiji, where as the residents face the fears of their …

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3 US soldiers killed in two differentattacks in Afghanistan

A government advisor survived in a targeted attack while killing one civilian and injuring several. Earlier, 3 US soldier with a military sniffer were confirmed to be dead in southern Afghanistan. Mohammed Masoom Stanikzai, an advisor to the government on peace talks with the Taliban, was escaped safely from a …

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Australia offers $3300 for Pakistani asylum-seekers

Australian  government is offering $3,300 to Pakistani asylum-seekers on their voluntarily flight to home land, a report said Saturday. Those, returning to Lebanon from Australian Pacific immigration detention centers on Papua New Guinea’s Manus Island and Nauru, were offered the highest amount of Australian $10,000. Iranians and Sudanese were given …

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Mohsin Hamid’s book shortlisted for International Literary Award

 “How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia”, third novel of Pakistani fictionist Mohsin Hamid, shortlised for International Literary Award. This year, 154 translations were submitted by 81 participating German-language publishers where as the creators belong to 64 countries and write in 27 languages. Recognized for her excellent job, Eike …

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Anti cannabis operation launched in Albania

Albanian police have launched a major operation against cultivators of cannabis in the southern village of Lazarat following a complete encircled since Monday. Police called for about 800 officers to bring the entire village under control and to restore law in the area. One officer and two civilians got injured …

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Ahmadis to seek refuge in China

Beijing: A considerable amount of oppressed Ahmadis have to abandon their houses in Pakistan to find shelter in China. A 37 year old member of the community while talking to media expressed how they are compelled to leave their home town. “Every day I heard the sound of guns, we …

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David Cameron to spend more for dementia cure

 The British Prime Minister, David Cameron has augmented the funding for dementia research to speed up the search for the treatments. “The truth is that dementia now stands alongside cancer as one of the greatest enemies of humanity,” Cameron addressed a summit on dementia in London. The increase in research …

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Justin Bieber robbery case dropped in Los Angeles

Justin Bieber has been proved innocent in the investigation in which the Canadian pop star was undergoing an accusation to snatch a woman cell phone. Lacking of evidence to support the allegation against Bieber, the prosecutors found him guiltless and rejected the allegation, City Attorney spokesman Frank Mateljan said. Bieber, …

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