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27 killed in bomb blasts outside Brahma temple in Thailand

Bangkok, Aug 17: Two powerful bomb blasts outside a hugely popular Brahma temple in a crowded business district here today killed at least 27 people, including four foreigners.

The twin blasts, which the government believed was aimed at damaging economy and tourism, occurred in a space of minutes around...

44 killed, 520 injured in China port explosions

Beijing, Aug 13: At least 44 people have been killed and 520 others injured, 66 of them critically, in twin blasts at a warehouse containing chemical and toxic materials in the northern Chinese port city of Tianjin.

The blasts ripped through the Ruihai warehouse,...

Video of boy's brutal killing triggers protests in Bangladesh

Dhaka, Jul 13: A video of a 13-year-old boy in Bangladesh, who was brutally tortured to death by a group of men for allegedly stealing a rickshaw, has triggered widespread protests including on social media, prompting authorities to launch a manhunt.

The teenage vegetable vendor,...

Five Indians die in Saudi accident

Riyadh, Jul 3: Five Indians from Kerala were killed in Saudi Arabia when their vehicle was hit by a speeding trailer, a newspaper reported on Friday.

All five -- Santosh Kumar, Iqbal Noman, Tulsi Krishnan, Ravindra Nair and Shiva Kumar Bhagvati...

Hijab-clad Muslim girl named best-dressed student at US school

New York, Jul 1: A hijab-wearing Muslim of Palestinian descent has been named the best-dressed girl at a school in New Jersey state, according to a website.

Abrar Shahin, a student of Clifton High School, sports a black skirt and skinny jeans, ankle-high boots and...

More than 500 injured after fire breaks out following explosion in Taiwan water park

Taipei, Jun 28: More than 500 people have been injured following an explosion at a water park outside Taiwan's capital Taipei after coloured powder being sprayed onto a crowd ignited.

Government officials said 516 people had been injured, 194 of them seriously, with more than...

Muslim clerics denounce attacks on Tunisia, Kuwait, France

Cairo, Jun 27: Muslim clerics condemned three militant attacks in Tunisia, Kuwait and France today that killed dozens of people including holidaymakers.

Al-Azhar, a leading Sunni Muslim institution based in Egypt, said the "heinous" shooting at a Tunisian coastal resort which killed 28 people,...

Vatican signs historic accord with Palestine

Vatican City, Jun 26: The Vatican on Friday signed a historic first accord with Palestine, two years after officially recognizing it as a state.

The accord, a treaty covering the activities of he Church in the parts of the holy land under Palestinian control, was...

World take to mat, bend, twist to mark inaugural Yoga Day

Melbourne/London, Jun 21: Thousands of yoga enthusiasts across the world today took to mats and stretched, bent and twisted their bodies in multiple complex postures as they marked the inaugural International Day of Yoga, celebrating the ancient Indian spiritual practice.

More than a thousand people...

London Private School Bans Muslim Kids From Fasting

London, Jun 16: Muslim pre-teens in four private secondary schools in London won't be allowed to fast during Ramadan without special permission.

The Lion Academy Trust schools sent a letter home to parents announcing that Muslim students would not be allowed to fast during...