Hijabis barred from entering colleges in India

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After suddenly deciding to deny entry to Muslim girls wearing hijab, the Government Pre University College in Kundapur in Karnataka, India, has stopped 20...

Former UN official demands action to prevent genocide in India

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The former UN special adviser on the prevention of genocide, Juan E Mendez, has urged the international community to demand action against hate crimes...

Two Indian Muslims acquitted in blast case after serving 13 years in jail

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Two Muslim men from the Indian state of Kerala have been acquitted by the High Court after judges found no credible evidence against them...

Bangladesh hospital named world’s best new building

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A remote community hospital in the water-laden landscape of south-west Bangladesh has won the RIBA International Prize 2021, architecture’s highest global accolade for design...

India shuts down internet in occupied Kashmir on Republic Day

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As part of “precautionary measures” on January 26, internet services on mobile phones were once again suspended in Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOJK) on...

Ayesha Malik appointed as Pakistan’s first female supreme court judge

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A 55-year-old woman took her oath on Monday in Pakistan’s capital city Islamabad as the country’s first female Supreme Court judge. The oath-taking ceremony took...

Ertuğrul star Ayberk Pekcan aka Artuk Bey passes away

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After struggling with lung cancer, Resurrection Ertugrul actor Ayberk Pekcan, aka Artuk Bey, has passed away at the age of 51, his family announced...

Journalist Sajad Gul arrested as media crackdown in Kashmir continues

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The intimidation of journalists and suppression of media continues unabated in Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOJK) with the arrest of a 26-year-old journalist Sajad...

UK police to investigate Indian officials’ role in war crimes in Kashmir

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The Metropolitan Police are investigating allegations of war crimes in Kashmir after a law firm filed an appeal for the arrest of Indian Chief of Army...

‘Allah has blessed us’: Rain hits major Afghan cities after Salatul Istisqa

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Afghanistan’s southern city of Kandahar was reeling under draught a week ago, but the situation changed after thousands of Afghans gathered to make a...