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Reality check: Vegetarians, there’s more animal blood on your hands

Reality check: Vegetarians, there’s more animal blood on your hands

The ethics of eating red meat have been grilled recently by critics who question its consequences for environmental health and animal welfare. But if you want to minimise animal suffering and promote more sustainable agriculture,…

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PKK steps up attacks against Turkish army

PKK steps up attacks against Turkish army

Militants from the PKK (Kurdistan Workers Party) have stepped up their attacks against the Turkish army, killing two soldiers and…

The essentiality of religious practices is best determined by clergy, not judiciary

The essentiality of religious practices is best determined by clergy, not judiciary

The High Court of Australia observed in Jehovah’s Witnesses Inc vs Commonwealth in1943: “What is religion to one is superstition…

Former Gujarat Judge Says He Quit Over Government’s Anti-Muslim Bias

Former Gujarat Judge Says He Quit Over Government’s Anti-Muslim Bias

Activist Teesta Setalvad may have had a bumpy ride from the start in her attempts to fight for justice for…

Hundreds of civilians killed in US-led air strikes on Isis targets – report

Hundreds of civilians killed in US-led air strikes on Isis targets – report

Airwars project details ‘credible reports’ of at least 459 non-combatant deaths, including 100 children, in 52 air strikes The air…

Rajdeep Sardesai gets ‘death threats’ for saying ‘Hindu terror’ is a reality

Rajdeep Sardesai gets ‘death threats’ for saying ‘Hindu terror’ is a reality

By IndiaTomorrow.net, New Delhi, 02 Aug 2015: India’s eminent TV journalist Rajdeep Sardesai has got threatening tweets over his Friday…

Two opponents of Egypt regime die in prison

Two opponents of Egypt regime die in prison

Two opponents of the Egyptian regime have reportedly died in prison as a result of “medical negligence” following a spate…

Amid mounting tension, Israel seals off Al-Aqsa compound

Amid mounting tension, Israel seals off Al-Aqsa compound

Israeli police on Sunday sealed the gates of occupied East Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa Mosque compound amid calls by Jewish extremist groups…

First woman to oversee 60,000 employees in Saudi Aramco

First woman to oversee 60,000 employees in Saudi Aramco

Saudi Gazette report   SAUDI state-run oil giant Aramco earlier this week appointed Huda Al-Ghosn as its executive director of…

Asaram ‘great saint’ like Vivekananda: Class III book

Asaram ‘great saint’ like Vivekananda: Class III book

What do students of Class III in Jodhpur schools study for moral science? That rape-accused, self-styled godman Asaram Bapu is…

Jewish man goes on stabbing spree at Jerusalem gay parade

Jewish man goes on stabbing spree at Jerusalem gay parade

An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man has lunged into a group of revelers leading Jerusalem’s annual gay pride parade and stabbed six…

KSA raps barbaric killing of toddler

KSA raps barbaric killing of toddler

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia has denounced the horrendous terror attack by Israeli settlers in the West Bank village of Duma in…

Ali Dawabsheh was killed too soon

Ali Dawabsheh was killed too soon

Rania Zabaneh He could have been a doctor, an accountant or a teacher. He might have grown to hate school…

Supreme Court Deputy Registrar quits over Yakub Memon hanging order

Supreme Court Deputy Registrar quits over Yakub Memon hanging order

A day after he said the apex court’s decision in the Yakub Memon case amounted to “judicial abdication”, Supreme Court…

Riot film screening disrupted at Delhi University

Riot film screening disrupted at Delhi University

The Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), the students’ wing of the BJP, on Saturday disrupted the screening of a documentary…

2002 Gujarat Riots Convict Babu Bajrangi Granted Bail for Sixth Time

2002 Gujarat Riots Convict Babu Bajrangi Granted Bail for Sixth Time

Ahmedabad:  Babu Bajrangi, a man sentenced to imprisonment till death in a 2002 Gujarat riots case, has been granted bail…

26m visited Grand Mosque in Ramadan

26m visited Grand Mosque in Ramadan

JEDDAH: More than 26 million Umrah pilgrims and worshippers visited the Grand Mosque during the month of Ramadan and in…

Obama to hit US power plants with tougher than expected emissions cuts

Obama to hit US power plants with tougher than expected emissions cuts

President Barack Obama is planning to impose tougher than expected cuts on greenhouse gas emissions from US power plants, White House officials…

‘This is not Islam’: Refugees describe life under ISIL in Raqqa, Syria

‘This is not Islam’: Refugees describe life under ISIL in Raqqa, Syria

by Lauren Williams GAZIANTEP, Turkey — In the Syrian capital of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant’s self-declared…

Slain toddler’s parents, brother fighting for lives

Slain toddler’s parents, brother fighting for lives

Jalazon refugee camp: The parents and brother of a Palestinian toddler burned to death by suspected Jewish extremists were fighting…

Palestinian artist’s work to go on display in London after Channel 4’s Jon Snow smuggles it out of Gaza

Palestinian artist’s work to go on display in London after Channel 4’s Jon Snow smuggles it out of Gaza

Work by a Palestinian artist is to go on display in London after her paintings were smuggled out of Gaza…

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Idea of India conclave: Media

Idea of India conclave: Media

BJP councillor locks out Muslim family in Moradabad

BJP councillor locks out Muslim family in Moradabad

Parveen pressured to move away from Hindu neighbourbood. A Muslim family that had recently bought a house in a Hindu…

20-Year-Old to Launch World’s First Ocean Cleaning System Next Year

20-Year-Old to Launch World’s First Ocean Cleaning System Next Year

There are an estimated 5 trillion pieces of plastic floating through the world’s oceans, enough to fill almost 600 jumbo…