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109 People Arrested in India for Urinating in Public

The Indian police put 109 people behind the bars for 24 hours for getting caught on urinating in public on the railway property of platform, tracks and parking lot in Agra. The arrested people had to pay a fine of …

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Saudi Arabia Switches to the Western Gregorian Calendar to Save Funds

Saudi Arabia Switches to the Western Gregorian Calendar to Save Funds. The Islamic calendar used in Saudi Arabia is shorter (by a few days in a year) than the Gregorian calendar. They simply want that employees to work longer as the …

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Mother Teresa Declared as Saint by Pope Francis in Vatican ceremony

Mother Teresa Declared as Saint by Pope Francis in Vatican ceremony.  Sainthood is not necessarily bestowed on someone as a declaration of their perfection and closeness to God. A lot of people — mostly non-Catholics — seem to think that …

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India’s First Transgender Police Officer Appointed

The Indian State of Tamil Nadu has decided to hire country’s first Transgender Police Officer. A girl who changed her gender through operation, she applied in Indian Police department but her application was rejected due to state policies. State officials …

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Tigers in Sundarbans Becoming Extinct At an Alarming Rate

According to a census, only about 100 tigers remain in Bangladesh’s famous Sundarbans forest, way fewer number of the endangered animal than the previous census recorded. A number of 440 tigers were recorded in the last census the previous held …

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UK based Muslim School Bans Interaction with the ‘Outsiders’

DEWSBURY, UNITED KINGDOM: A UK based Muslim School has prohibited its students from interacting to ‘outsiders’ and threatened that mixing with other children will result in their expulsion. The students, mainly boys ranging from 13 to 19 years, of the UK …

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Former Indian President Abdul Kalam Passes Away

The union home secretary of India,L.C.Goyal, reported that government of India had announced 7 day mourning due to death of 11th President, APJ Abdul Kalam.  Popularly known as the ‘Missile Man’, ex-President of India, APJ Abdul Kalam, passes away at …

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Fifa Presidential Elections Postponed till February Next Year

The Universal Association for football, Fifa, has announced its presidential elections to be held on 26th February 2016 during an extraordinary elective Congress meeting. Previously, Sepp Blatter, was re-elected as the President at the Zurich meeting but announced his resignation …

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Indian Army returns a PoK Boy to the Family with Sweets

The Indian army has returned a kid, residing in Azaad Jammu and Kashmir, to the Pakistan army; A defense official told on Sunday. The Army handed an 11-years-old boy from Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (PoK) to the Pakistani Army. Sameer Kayani, an inhabitant of the …

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The Swedish Counselor ridiculed for suggesting Halal meat turns people into Muslim

Michael Öhman, the Swedish counselor from a local wing of the Swedish democratic Party, is being ridiculed for suggesting that Halal food contains magical powers which transform people into Muslims. While talking to Sala Allehanda newspaper in earlier week, Mr. …

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Missing UK Family Claims to be Safer with Islamic State

A family of 12 from UK, which went missing on 17th May 2015, has joined a so-called Islamic State and feels “safer than ever”, claims a statement that is said to be on their behalf. The Statement, supposedly from the …

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Tight Jeans and Short tops Banned in Indian Women’s College

Tight Jeans and Short tops Banned in a women’s college in North Kerala. The uniform will be introduced for the students instead. The new dress code, being shalwar, chooridaar pyjama and an overcoat, will be introduced from 8th of July …

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Vatican Formally accepts Palestine as a Separate State

VATICAN CITY: The Vatican signed a treaty on Friday with the state of Palestine, a covenant that the Church hopes will lead to rejuvenated relations between Palestine and Israel. The Vatican had already accepted Palestine as a state in 2013 …

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Tunisia to close down 80 mosques for inciting Sousse terrorist attack

TUNISIA : Prime Minister, Habib Essid, told on Friday that the Tunisian government plans to shutter 80 mosques that remain beyond the state control kindling violence as a protective measure after the terrorist attack at a hotel in Sousse that …

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Chad Bans Islamic Veil After Two Suicide Bombings

Chad bans Islamic veil after deadly Boko Haram attacks. The full faced Muslim veil got banned by a crisis committee on Tuesday in Chad on Wednesday after 33 people lost their lives this week in a suicide bomber attack. The …

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi Launches his Own App

The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has launched his own app, ‘Narendra Modi Mobile App’ on Wednesday, hence becoming the first Indian Prime Minister to take governance to the next level. Narendra Modi, in order to step up his digital …

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