Rohingya militants killed 28 Hindus, grave found: Myanmar Army
Rohingya militants killed 28 Hindus, grave found: Myanmar Army


Rohingya militants killed 28 Hindus, grave found: Myanmar Army. Security personnel of Myanmar said on Sunday that they found the graveyard of the 28 Hindus killed by the Rohingya militants with cruelty. The graves was found in the Rakhine state. But the region was seized by the communal violence since the Rohingya militant raids on

Goof-up by Pak ambassador: Pass off picture of Palestinian woman as Kashmiri in UN Goof-up by Pak ambassador: Pass off picture of Palestinian woman as Kashmiri in UN

Pakistan’s Ambassador to the United Nations Maleeha Lodhi in her reply to External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj’s speech at the UN showed pictures of Palestinian victims and tried to pass them off as ‘evidence’ of atrocities on Kashmiris. Maleeha Lodhi was waving a dramatic pictures of a girl with pellet injuries on her face and

Canada Govt. refuses extradition of accused in Jassi sidhu murder case

Chandigarh: Canada Govt refuses extradition of accused in Jassi sidhu murder case. In the honour killing case of Jassi Sidhu, Canada’s Supreme Court has barred Jassi’s mother Malkeet Kaur and Uncle Surjeet Singh Badesha from extradition to India on the last minute. The ban was imposed at the time when they were about to board

India ‘mother of terrorism in South Asia’ says Pakistan at UN

Pakistan on Sunday described India as the “Mother of Terrorism in South Asia” and urged the international community to stop New Delhi’s provocative and aggressive actions. Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Maleeha Lodhi cautioned the international community to act firmly against India if it wanted to avoid a dangerous escalation between the two neighbours. Lodhi, who was exercising her

771 trillion dollar gold hidden under oceans: Scientists claims Gold worth 771 trillion dollar hidden under oceans: scientist claims

771 trillion dollar: Gold is no doubt one of the most precious metals on earth. Gold plays a special role not only in the country but in strengthening the world economy. Gold also benefits the country while importing and exporting but very few people know that there is gold buried under the sea and if

3 Indian-origin leaders elected to New Zealand's Parliament
3 Indian-origin leaders elected to New Zealand’s Parliament

Three Indian-origin politicians, including two women, have been elected to New Zealand’s Parliament in the general elections, in which the center-right governing party has been placed first but failed to capture a parliamentary majority. Kanwaljit Singh Bakshi, Dr Parmjeet Parmar and Priyanca Radhakrishnan have successfully made it to the 121-member Parliament in New Zealand. While Kanwaljit Singh

Musharraf is a murderer: Pak senate- Daily Post India
Musharraf is a murderer: Pak senate

Raza Rabbani, Pakistan’s Senate Chairman has called the country’s former president General (retd) Pervez Musharraf a murderer and said the latter should return to Pakistan and face cases against him. Geo News quoted Rabbani as saying that Musharraf should return to Pakistan and face cases against him if he is a brave man. He added that Musharraf

Sushma Swaraj speech at UNGA: roar on Pakistan
Sushma Swaraj speech at UNGA: roar on Pakistan

Sushma Swaraj speech at UNGA: roar on Pakistan. External Affairs minister Sushma Swaraj today didn’t take too long to respond to Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi’s allegations , saying in her speech at the UN General Assembly that those who were listening to his address were saying, “Look who’s talking.”India is resolved to fighting poverty, but our neighbour Pakistan

Saudi Arabian women allowed into Sports stadium for first time

RIYADH – Saudi Arabia is celebrating the 87th anniversary of its foundation this weekend. The Saudi Government has organized certain festivities in order to boost national pride and improve the lifestyle of the Saudi Arabian people.The Government has organized many concerts and performances for the people. But, the one which caught everyone’s eyes was the

Indian bizman flies to Singapore to buy iPhone

As Apple has launched 3 new iPhone models there seems a great craze in phone lovers to get the new gadget. An Indian businessman, Amin Ahmed Dholiya, travelled all the way to Singapore and lined up for almost 13 hours outside an Apple store to buy the latest iPhone as a wedding gift for his

3.2-Km Long Saree carried by 250 students, bride-groom face flak

Sri lankan couple faces flak for making 250 school kids carry bride’s 3.2 km saree. A Sri Lankan couple is in the news for using 250 school kids for carrying the bride’s ridiculously long saree during their extravagant wedding ceremony. According to an AFP report, 250 students of a state-owned school carried the train of

Trump and Kim Jong fighting like children: Russia

Russia has also jumped into the war of words between the US and North Korea. Russia has said that both of them are fighting like KG class children. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that the leaders of two powerful countries of the world are fighting like school children.He said that the minds of both

Pakistan test fires anti-ship missile test in North Arabian Sea

Pakistan Navy on Saturday successfully launched air-to-surface anti-ship missile in the Arabian Sea on Saturday, according to a statement by a Navy spokesperson. Pakistan Navy Helicopter Sea King conducted live weapon firing by test firing air-to-surface anti-ship missile, which successfully hit the intended target with pinpoint accuracy, reaffirming the weapon’s lethality and offensive punch of

War of words between Trump and Kim, latter called 'madman'
War of words between Trump and Kim, latter called ‘madman’

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has said that he is on the right track about his nuclear program. North Korea said on Friday that it can consider examining hydrogen bombs in the Pacific Ocean. He said that the United States will have to face serious damage. North Korea claimed that this hydrogen bomb can be

Print all In new window Sushma to address in UN today
Sushma to address in UN today

Union minister for External Affairs Sushma Swaraj will address in the 72nd session of the UN General Assembly on Saturday. It is believed that it will answer Pakistan on the issue of terrorism. On September 21, the PM of Pakistan Shahid Khakon Abbasi had mentioned Kashmir several times in his speech in the UN. He

Bhutan backs Indian claim on UNSC seat- Daily Post India
Bhutan backs Indian claim on UNSC seat

Hill kingdom Bhutan has backed India’s bid for permanent seat in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). Bhutan has stated that countries like Brazil, Germany, India, and Japan, known as the G4 nations, must be given permanent seats in the UNSC. “The UN reforms will be incomplete without reforming the Security Council to reflect the

Melania Trump follows Michelle Obama's foot step-Daily Post India
Melania Trump follows Michelle Obama’s footstep, hosts event at vegetable garden

US first lady Melania Trump on Friday held her first event in the vegetable garden of the White House, which was established by her predecessor Michelle Obama. Melania was seen wearing a red plaid shirt and matched it with red gloves. She was joined by members of the local Boys & Girls Club. She explained the importance of healthy eating with

World’s richest woman L’Oreal Heiress Liliane Bettencourt passed away

The Owner of L’Oreal beauty Products Company and world’s richest woman L’Oreal Heiress Liliane Bettencourt passed away at the age of 94. She was suffering from Dementia and Alzheimer. She was a one of the richest woman in world. According to Forbes, She had property worth more than 40 billion (about Rs 2.59 lakh crore).

Birmingham City University: ‘First Sikh’ to win the presidential post
Birmingham City University: ‘First Sikh’ to win the presidential post

Birmingham City University: ‘First Sikh’ to win the presidential post London: Sikh youth in England has won a major post in the university. A Sikh youth Jaspreet Singh has bring the fame to the Punjab by becoming the President of the Student Union in ‘Birmingham City University’.This is for the first time that when a

Women have ‘quarter of brain’, do not deserve to drive : Saudi preacher

Saudi Preacher : Women have ‘quarter of brain’, do not deserve to drive. According to the head of religious fatwas in Saudi Arabia, women should not be allowed to drive as they have quarter of a brain and as they go for shopping they lose more brain. In Saudi Arabia‘s Assir governorate, Sheikh Saad Al