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May Lose $10 Billion In Aid If Blacklisted By Anti-Terror Watchdog: Pak

LAHORE April 3: Pakistan could be blacklisted by the Financial Action Task Force due to “lobbying by India”, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said as he estimated that the country could suffer $10 billion in losses annually if it remains in the terror financing watchdog’s grey list. Continue reading “May Lose $10 Billion In Aid If Blacklisted By Anti-Terror Watchdog: Pak”

Will Seek Further Delay To Brexit, Says British PM Theresa May

LONDON, April 3: British Prime Minister Theresa May said Tuesday she will seek another “short” extension of Brexit in order to pass the deal she agreed with the European Union. Continue reading “Will Seek Further Delay To Brexit, Says British PM Theresa May”

Email addresses of 982 million people breached

LONDON March 30: Almost one billion people’s personal data has been breached online by a shadowy marketing company that has since disappeared without a trace.

Email addresses from 982 million people were listed in what researchers are calling one of the ‘biggest and most comprehensive email database’ breaches ever. Continue reading “Email addresses of 982 million people breached”

Kerala Catholic Bishop’s Council not to support any parties in election

KOCHI March 29: The Kerala Catholic Bishop’s Council (KCBC) has openly declared that they will not support any political parties in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

In the circular released by KCBC on March 26, the church pointed out the need to elect those who will promote unite, secularism and democracy. Continue reading “Kerala Catholic Bishop’s Council not to support any parties in election”

Tipu Sultan’s gun fetches £60,000 at UK auction

LONDON March 28: A collection of rare artefacts from Tipu Sultan’s armoury, including one of his personal swords, discovered by a couple in their attic in the English county of Berkshire has been auctioned for around £107,000. Continue reading “Tipu Sultan’s gun fetches £60,000 at UK auction”

Autorickshaws launched in the UK

LIVERPOOL March 26: The India-based ride-hailing company Ola launched its Liverpool operations with a fleet of Bajaj and Piaggio auto rickshaws. The ride-sharing taxi app started off its promotional launch event in Merseyside County with drivers wearing neon-green jackets ferrying passengers in same coloured Bajaj and Piaggio “tuk-tuks” free of charge around Liverpool city centre. Continue reading “Autorickshaws launched in the UK”

One Million Dollar Varkey Foundation’s 2019 Global Teacher Prize for Kenyan science teacher

Dubai March 26: A science teacher from rural Kenya Peter Tabichi, who gives away most of his salary to support poorer pupils, has won the $1 million prize for the world’s best teacher, beating 10,000 other nominations from 179 countries, media reported. Continue reading “One Million Dollar Varkey Foundation’s 2019 Global Teacher Prize for Kenyan science teacher”

American “Virtual SIM” used by Pulwama attacker, India seeks details

SRINAGAR March 25: A request would be sent to the US to seek details from a service provider of “virtual SIMs”, which were used by the JeM suicide bomber behind the Pulwama attack and his Pakistan and Kashmir-based handlers, officials said. Continue reading “American “Virtual SIM” used by Pulwama attacker, India seeks details”

Priest chased and stabbed on Live TV during Mass in Canada church (VIDEO)

MONTREAL March 24: A priest was stabbed in front of his congregation live on television during morning mass on Friday at Canada’s biggest church, police said. Continue reading “Priest chased and stabbed on Live TV during Mass in Canada church (VIDEO)”

Another terror attack on India will be extremely problematic, US tells Pak

WASHINGTON March 22: The United States has asked Pakistan to take sustained, verifiable and irreversible action against the perpetrators of terrorism, while warning the country that another terror attack on India will prove to be “extremely problematic”. Continue reading “Another terror attack on India will be extremely problematic, US tells Pak”