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Man accused of carrying meat attacked with hammer in India’s Haryana

carekhabar/Farhan Noor At around 9 am on July 29, near from Gurgaon's glistening towers that house the offices of multinational software companies, a group of cow vigilantes chasing a pick-up/truck for nearly 8 km. The driver Lukman, was pulled out from pick-up and brutally aggression on the wondering cow meat...read more →


Indian pregnant activist Safoora Zargar gets bail in Delhi CAA/NRC protest case

Carekhabar/Farhan Noor Today Delhi High court has granted bail to Jamia University activist Safoora Zagar, 27-year-old student who was jailed in April 2020 in case related to the protesting against CAA/NRC (Citizenship law) in capital city of India, has granted bail on June 23, 2020. On Tuesday, granted bail to...read more →


Indian actor Sushant Singh Rajput found hanging in his home

Care khabar / Farhan Noor Actor Sushant Singh Rajput died on Sunday 14 May at age of 34. He was famous actor in Bollywood industry, He starred in films such as Kai Poche, PK, MS Dhoni: The untold story and Chhichhore. No reason was found hanging yet. Mumbai Police spokesperson...read more →


Young people come out to protest against govt, police use massive force against them

KATHMANDU, June 11: Young people in huge numbers were protesting peacefully at Naxal in Kathmandu, demanding transparency and accountability from the Oli-led government but the Nepal Police used force to disperse the crowd today. At least 2,000 independent youths from all walks of life gathered in front of the Bhatbhateni...read more →


In Syria’s Idlib: Iran backed terrorist group exhume shrine of Muslim caliph Umar Ibn Abdul Aziz

Carekhabar/Farhan Noor A video has published by an Iranian-backed shia terrorist group on social media, where Umar Ibn Abdul Aziz is buried. The footage shows that appears to be the emptied graves of calipa Umar(R.H) and his wife Fatima. In January, When pro-Assad forces and Iranian backed shia terrorist group...read more →


Eid al-Fitr will further strengthen social harmony: President Bhandari / Prime Minister Oli extends greetings on Eid

KATHMANDU,: President Bidya Devi Bhandari has said that Eid al-Fitr would encourage to further strengthen social harmony, brotherhood and mutual cooperation among religious and cultural diversities of Nepalis living at different places in the world. In a best wishes message today on the occasion of the great festival of Muslims,...read more →


Prime Minister addresses nation on COVID-19 response, says govt successful in controlling the pandemic

KATHMANDU: Prime Minster KP Sharma Oli has addressed the nation regarding the latest COVID-19 situation in the country, and the corresponding prevention and control measures adopted by the government. The Prime Minister stated that at a time when the whole world is reeling under the impact of coronavirus transmission, Nepal is...read more →


Saudi Arabia’s Hail Season inaugurate by region’s governor

HAIL: Prince Abdul Aziz bin Saad Al-Saud, governor of Hail, inaugurated Hail Season 2019 at Al-Qishla Heritage Palace on Friday. In his speech for the occasion, Prince Abdul Aziz bin Turki Al-Faisal, chairman of the board of directors of the General Sports Authority (GSA), said: “During Hail Season, we look...read more →


107 Democrats challenge Pompeo’s recognition of illegal Israeli settlements

WASHINGTON: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s announcement recognizing the legitimacy of Israel’s illegal settlement movement has prompted one of the largest protests challenging Israeli policies in the US Congress. One-hundred seven members of Congress, all Democrats, signed a letter on Friday (Nov. 22) rebuking Pompeo for his declaration recognizing the...read more →


Saudi Arabia and Japan drill deep in bid to predict earthquakes

DUBAI (FRANK KANE): Saudi Arabia’s expertise in deep oil-well drilling is being used in an International bid to predict life-threatening earthquakes in the tumultuous seas off the coast of Japan. Scientists from the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology are working with Japanese and American colleagues in a long-term...read more →


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