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Did You Know There Is A Little Denmark Just 3 Hours Away From Pondicherry?

You have taken your usual route as you go down the Coromandel coastline for your daily morning run from your hotel. Today, you decide to go a little further, crossing blush skies and rows of colourful boats. Then all of a sudden you stop short, as an outlandish, antiquated gate with hoary engravings, slowly comes into view. And no, this is neither a magical portal to the fantastical lands of […]

12 dead, many injured in ISIS attacks on Iran’s parliament, Khomeini shrine

The Islamic State group claimed its first attacks in Iran on Wednesday as gunmen and suicide bombers killed at least 12 people in twin assaults on parliament and the tomb of the country’s revolutionary founder in Tehran.       Dozens of people were also wounded in the attacks, with continuing gunfire several hours after they began. A security guard and one other person were killed when four gunmen burst into Tehran’s […]

1,000 year old Hindu temple in Karachi now used as toilet for tourists

Showcasing a great loophole in the promises of Pakistan government regarding the upkeep of Hindu temples and other sites of religious importance, there lies the dilapidated Shri Varun Dev Mandir in Manora, Pakistan. The temple’s caretaker’s repeated request to the concerned authorities for preserving this 1000-year-old temple of great historical temples have fallen to deaf ears. According to caretaker Jivraj, he had written to the Manora Cantonment Board (MCB) for […]

Kashmir’s young militants: Having grown up with violence, minors are taking up arms in the Valley

On Saturday, May 27, Kashmir was tense after 31-year-old Sabzar Ahmad Bhat, a top commander of the Hizbul Mujahideen, was killed in an encounter with security forces in Tral in Pulwama district. But another militant also died with him, 16-year-old Faizan Muzaffar Bhat, armed to the teeth, ready to die and to kill. Faizan Muzaffar Bhat’s death brings a grim fact into focus: minors in Kashmir are taking up arms […]

How Hyderabad's Taj Falaknuma is trying to recreate the royal Nizami Iftar experience

The setting is perfect for breaking the fast in the holy month of Ramadan. A regal palace located on a hill, overlooking the old city of Hyderabad yet far from its chaos. The atmosphere serene, the ambience mystic, qawwali in the background — and to top it all, sumptuous Nizami food. In this historic city, known for its rich Muslim culture and legacy, Taj Falaknuma is trying to recreate the […]

Curfew In Srinagar Day After Hizbul Commander Sabzar Ahmad Bhat Killed

Curfew has been imposed in large parts of Srinagar and some other districts of the Kashmir Valley after protests and clashes following the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Sabzar Ahmad Bhat on Saturday. 27-year-old Bhat, who had succeeded Burhan Wani, is among 10 terrorists killed by security forces in separate encounters in the last 48 hours. Though authorities said curfew would be in place only in seven police station areas […]

Pakistan is a 'well of death', says Uzma after returning to India

Describing Uzma Ahmad as “India’s daughter”, Swaraj welcomed her to India. “I am sorry for all that you have gone through,” she tweeted. On her return, Uzma, speaking to the media, said, “Pakistan is like a well of death.” “They could have sold me or used me in a risky operation,” she said about a family in Buner, Pakistan. Uzma said she was not the only woman duped into marry […]

Islamic State claims Manchester concert blast that killed 22, bomber identified

Britain was in anguish on Tuesday after 22 people were killed and nearly 60 injured when a suicide bomber targeted a concert hall in Manchester, described as the worst terrorist attack in the country for more than a decade. Victims included children – the youngest an 8-year-old girl – and teenagers who had gathered for a sell-out concert in the Manchester Arena (capacity: 21,000) by popular US singer Ariana Grande. […]

United Nations identifies world's all-time deadly storms

An 1888 hailstorm in India has been identified by the UN weather agency among the all-time deadly weather events. The severe hailstorm near Moradabad in Uttar Pradesh killed 246 people. This is the first time that the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) Archive of Weather and Climate Extremes has broadened its scope from temperature and weather records to address impacts of specific events. “Extreme weather causes serious destruction and major loss […]

I fear I may not live long: Indian PhD student thanks Canada university for early convocation

I was born on July 13, 1972, the sixth child in my family. My parents, Urban Veigas and Eugene Madtha, lived in Belthangady, a small town in Karnataka, India. We were a lower-middle class family, and lived happily together in a two-bedroom home. My parents both worked for the government. When I was five, we moved to Karkala, a green city known for its many temples and mosques and churches […]