The Hague: Sixteen-year-old Mohamad Al Jounde from Syria was awarded the International Children’s Peace Prize here on Monday for his efforts to ensure the rights of Syrian refugee children.

After the apex court’s decision in the nation-wide controversial Kerala’s “love-Jihad” case, Hadiya’s husband Shafin Jahan was grilled by the probing National Investigation Agency (NIA) today.

Skygazers from around the world were treated to a spectacular view of the supermoon as it moved closer to Earth.

An analysis of the affidavits of 923 candidates, out of the total 977 in fray for the first phase of Gujarat Assembly polls, showed that 137 candidates, accounting for around 15 per cent, were facing criminal cases, including serious charges such as murder, kidnapping and rape, according to two NGOs.

Finally, Facebook has taken the initiative of developing a safety guide for Muslims, an effort to fight against rising Islamophobia, racism in many countries.

Saturday, 25 November 2017 15:00

Kidnapped army jawan found dead

A 23-year-old Kashmiri man who was part of the Territorial Army was found dead on Saturday, with his body riddled with bullets.

Kashmir: Figures submitted by the deputy commissioners of eight districts in Jammu and Kashmir to the State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) have revealed that at least 2,524 people were injured by the use of pellet guns by security forces during the protests,

CHENNAI: Income Tax officials say they have found Rs. 1,430 crore in undeclared income in raids on Jaya TV and family members of jailed AIADMK party leader VK Sasikala including brother VK Divakaran.

Mumbai: Former Union Home Minister and senior Congress leader, P. Chidambaram, on Saturday termed demonetization as the “biggest” man-made disaster, “worse than the Tsunami of 2004”.

New Delhi: An independent fact-finding report, released on Friday at the Press Club of India, points at glaring gaps in the investigation carried out by the Rajasthan police in the Pehlu Khan lynching case.

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