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Dubai ruler's wife, Princess Haya, flees UAE with money, kids
World

Dubai ruler's wife, Princess Haya, flees UAE with money, kids

Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum's wife, Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, has reportedly fled the United Arab Emirates (UAE) along with her two children and £31 million after the break-up of their marriage.
Afghanistan: Boy celebrating his prosthetic limb will melt your heart
World

Afghanistan: Boy celebrating his prosthetic limb will melt your heart

Every day, thousands of videos from around the world catch global attention for different reasons.
Rights panel didn't find evidence of Pragya's claims about torture
Politics

Rights panel didn't find evidence of Pragya's claims about torture

BJP's Bhopal candidate Pragya Thakur claimed she was tortured by ATS, led by martyred IPS officer Hemant Karkare, but her allegations couldn't be proved neither in Supreme Court, High Court or Human Rights panel, reports Mumbai Mirror.
Ansar al-Tawhid jihadists kill 33 regime forces in northwest-Syria: Monitor
World

Ansar al-Tawhid jihadists kill 33 regime forces in northwest-Syria: Monitor

At least 33 pro-regime fighters were killed yesterday in attacks mounted by jihadist groups near Idlib province, in the deadliest day in six months for loyalist forces, a monitor said.
Syrian jihadist group kills 21 regime forces in Idlib: Monitor
World

Syrian jihadist group kills 21 regime forces in Idlib: Monitor

A Syrian jihadist group linked to al-Qaeda killed 21 regime and allied forces today near Idlib province, in one of the deadliest breaches of a six-month-old truce deal, a monitor said.
Soon, India will get details of Mallya's Swiss bank accounts
India

Soon, India will get details of Mallya's Swiss bank accounts

The Indian government may soon get details of money which embattled businessman Vijay Mallya kept in multiple Swiss bank accounts, reports HT.
How Jews found refuge in India shapes International Holocaust-Remembrance Day
World

How Jews found refuge in India shapes International Holocaust-Remembrance Day

Poignant tales of compassion of Jews finding refuge in India in the midst of the horror of the Holocaust were recounted as the UN commemorated the International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Noted Chinese human rights lawyer sentenced to 4.5 years jail-time
World

Noted Chinese human rights lawyer sentenced to 4.5 years jail-time

Prominent Chinese human rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang was sentenced today to 4.5 years in prison for state subversion, a northern Chinese court said.
Kerala: Baby's circumcision goes awry; Human Rights Commission intervenes
India

Kerala: Baby's circumcision goes awry; Human Rights Commission intervenes

The state human rights commission has asked the Kerala government to compensate the family of a 23-day-old baby boy for medical negligence after his private parts were severely injured during circumcision.

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