Oxford Street chaos due to ‘altercation’ between 2 men: Police
Oxford Street chaos


The incident at the busy Oxford Circus area here today that sparked a “mass evacuation” and left 16 people injured was caused by an “altercation” between two men, police said, ruling out a terror attack. The Oxford Circus area, one of the busiest shopping zones in the heart of the city, was placed under temporary lockdown

US to stop arming Syrian Kurdish militia

US President Donald Trump told his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan that he will stop arming a Syrian Kurdish militia the Turkish government considers a terrorist organisation, Turkey’s Foreign Minister has said. The decision would cut the flow of weapons from the US to the YPG, the Kurdish militia fighting with the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces,

Egypt terror attack Pakistan condemns Egypt terror attack

Egypt terror attack: Pakistan has condemned the terror attack at a mosque in Egypt that killed at least 270 people and injured over 300. “The people and government of Pakistan condemn in the strongest terms the heinous terrorist attack against innocent worshipers at Al-Rawdah mosque in the northern Sinai region of Egypt,” the Pakistan Foreign Ministry

Egypt's airstrikes kill militants involved in deadly mosque attack Egypt’s airstrikes kill militants involved in deadly mosque attack

Egypt’s airstrikes kill militants involved in deadly mosque attack: The Egyptian airstrikes hit a number of vehicles of militants involved in the deadly attack on a mosque in North Sinai province that left 270 killed, said an Egyptian military spokesman in a statement on Friday.”In addition, the air forces targeted a number of hideouts containing weapons

Emmerson Mnangagwa sworn in as Zimbabwe President

Harare, Nov 24 : Emmerson Mnangagwa sworn in as Zimbabwe’s new President on Friday in a ceremony at a packed stadium here, marking the end of Robert Mugabe’s 37-year reign. The ceremony took place at the capital’s National Sports Stadium and was attended by dignitaries, including leaders from various African countries.Mnangagwa, 75, was led in

This woman raised more than Rs 1 crore for a homeless man who helped her

If you have been wondering why your good deeds get you no rewards, this homeless man’s story will reaffirm your faith in positive returns. A New Jersey woman ran out of gas in Philadelphia but got a helping hand from a homeless man when he offered to buy her some with the last $20 he

Pak to issue unique identity codes to animals after ‘census’

Karachi, Nov 24, Animals in Pakistan’s Sindh province will soon be registered and given unique identity codes as lawmakers have passed a law to maintain a computerised record of livestocks, a media report said today. The identification code hanging around the neck of the animals will not be removed or replaced without permission, Livestock Minister

Japanese politician brings baby
Japanese politician brings her baby into assembly meeting, asked to leave

Japanese politician brings baby: Japanese politician has stirred debate after she was forbidden from bringing her baby into a council session. Wednesday’s incident was the first time Ms Ogata had attended a municipal assembly plenary session since giving birth to her son seven months ago. Yuka Ogata said she wanted to show how difficult it is

Key Haqqani network leader
Key Haqqani network leader among dozens killed in Afghanistan

Key Haqqani network leader among dozens killed in Afghanistan. A key leader of the Haqqani terrorist network was killed, along with dozens of other terrorists, by Afghan special forces in central Maidan Wardak province of Afghanistan. The operation was carried out in the Nerkh district, the Khaama Press reported.More than 20 insurgents were killed in

‘World’s smallest tape recorder’ made from bacteria

A team of researchers have converted the bacterial immune system into the world’s smallest data recorder. Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center have converted a natural bacterial immune system into a microscopic data recorder, laying the groundwork for a new class of technologies that use bacterial cells for everything from disease diagnosis to environmental monitoring.To

Floating villas Thailand
Floating villas Thailand: Only way to reach the villa is by boat

Floating villas Thailand: The FloatHouse River Kwai Resort aims to be the world’s best floating resort in Thailand. The FloatHouse River Kwai Resort is a fancy boutique hideaway and can be found in very few places in the world. The design concept for the resort is known as “Contemporary Boutique Folk Style.The amazing thing about it is that

Hafiz Saeed walks free
Hafiz Saeed walks free, vows to gather Pakistanis for Kashmir’s freedom

Hafiz Saeed walks free. Mumbai mastermind and Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed has been released from house arrest in Lahore. Police guards have been removed from his residence where a large number of supporters gathered to celebrate the end of his house arrest.His social media spokesman announced in a tweet that Hafiz Saeed is a

Explosion in Afghanistan’s Jalalabad, eight dead, 15 injured

At least eight persons have been killed in an explosion that struck the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad in Nangarhar province. A suicide bomber detonated his explosives, reported Khaama Press, citing Afghan official as saying. A further 15 people including children were reportedly injured in the explosion. Provincial health director Najib Kamawal has confirmed the toll and said

Trump talks about 'invisible' fighter jets like 'on the movies'
Trump talks about ‘invisible’ fighter jets like ‘on the movies’

Trump talks invisible fighter jets: United States President Donald Trump while talking to Coast Guard service members on Thanksgiving spoke about the U.S. fighter jets that are “almost like an invisible fighter.”Trump told the service members that the Air Force was “ordering a lot of planes, in particular the F-35 fighter jet, which is, you

Iraq reopens oil refinery in Salahudin after rehabilitation

The Iraqi Minister of Oil on Thursday announced that the oil ministry reopened al-Seniyah Refinery in the province of Salahudin after rehabilitation by Iraqi technical teams, a ministry statement said.The national teams in the government-owned North Refineries Company (MRC) “managed to rehabilitate the refinery, which was destroyed by the Islamic State when the group seized

US firm promotes surgery for permanent blue eyes

San Francisco, Nov 23: US firm promotes surgery for permanent blue eyes. A US medical company is promoting a new laser surgery for people who want to permanently change their eye colour to blue.California-based Stroma Medical has helped at least 37 patients to change their eye colour from brown to blue with a laser surgery

Notorious gang behead man near Washington
Notorious gang ‘behead man’ near Washington

Washington, Nov 23, Notorious gang behead man near Washington : An ultra-violent Latino street gang that President Donald Trump has vowed to wipe out beheaded a man and cut out his heart before burying him in a park near the US capital, reports have said. The victim, who has not yet been identified, was stabbed more

NASA drone race: Human pilot emerges faster than AI

NASA drone race: In a drone race that pitted a world-class pilot against Artificial Intelligence (AI), the human pilot emerged faster although the AI flew the drone more smoothly and consistently, NASA scientists have announced. The scientists raced drones controlled by AI against a professional human pilot on October 12 to put their work to

Extinct animals
10 Animals that have been wiped off from this planet, because of humans

Since time immemorial, human beings have hunted down animals and messed with the environment for their own ease and comfort. These species that our future generations will never see because of our selfishness. 1. Great Auk The great auk ( Pinguinus impennis ) was a flightless coastal bird that lived on rocky islands around the

Impeach Trump
Impeach Trump campaign by Tom Steyer fill Times Square

Impeach Trump: Over 350,000 people walk across Times Square each day, one of the busiest pedestrian zones in the world. It will only get busier on New Year’s Eve, when up to a million people will go to watch the countdown. They might also catch a glimpse of the billboards paid for by billionaire Democratic