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In concession to Pakistan, Saudi Arabia to host OIC meet on Kashmir
In a move that could impact ties with India, Saudi Arabia has agreed to hold a special foreign ministers’ meeting of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) devoted to Kashmir after it persuaded Pakistan to back out of an Islamic summit hosted by Malaysia last week.
Israeli PM evacuated from rally after rocket fired from Gaza
Israel said a rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip into its southern territory W...
ED attaches Rs 10-crore assets in 'Islamic banking' Bengaluru ponzi scam
The accused firm is Ambidant Marketing Pvt Ltd and its promoters and the case of alleged duping of a number of gullible investors had made headlines last year in Karnataka. The company had hired agents who would convince investors to invest in the plan by giving these agents a heavy commission.
London: Trump, Macron clash over Islamic State fighters at NATO summit
Increasingly tense relations between US President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron were on display when the subject of Isla...
SC seeks response from Centre on plea of AIMPLB challenging Triple Talaq Act
A bench headed by Justice N V Ramana issued notice and tagged the plea of AIMPLB with other pending matters challenging the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Act, 2019 which makes talaq-e-biddat or any other similar form of talaq having effect of instantaneous and irrevocable divorce pronounced by a Muslim husband void and illegal.
India, Iran to accelerate Chabahar port operations: Jaishankar
This was his maiden visit to Tehran after taking over as the Foreign Minister and comes after his visit to Washington. The US' approach to sanctions betrays a pathological and reckless addiction—a condition that renders no bounds or boundary to what the US may or may not do," Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif tweeted on Sunday.
Indian observers monitor Uzbekistan polls amid ongoing reforms by President
Uzbekistan is emerging as a key partner for India in Central Asia and Eurasia and during this month the two sides have signed key defence and security pacts.
Resource rich Uzbekistan elects variety of parties in pro-reform elections
According to it Liberal Democratic Party of Uzbekistan won 43 seats (34%), National Revival Party – 35 seats (27%), ‘Adolat’ (Justice) Social Democratic Party – 21 seats (16%), People’s Democratic Party – 18 seats (14%), Ecological Party – 11 seats (9%).
India advises Malaysian PM against comments on internal matters including CAA
“The PM of Malaysia has yet again remarked on a matter that is entirely internal to India. The Citizenship Amendment Act provides for citizenship through naturalization to be fast-tracked for non-citizens who are persecuted minorities from three countries,” MEA spokesperson noted.
Arjun Rampal, Mehr Jesia granted divorce; daughters to live with mother in Bandra
Rampal, had a son, Arik, with South African model Gabriella Demetriades on July 18, this year.
Kashmir leaves KL Summit divided as Pakistan pulls out
While the issue of Kashmir was not specifically mentioned by Saudi Arabia as one of the issues from the Muslim world, Riyadh has maintained neutrality over the Kashmir issue since August 5. The Kingdom backed India on the issue of cross-border terror during PM Narendra Modi’s trip to Riyadh in October.
Kashmir likely to be key issue of Malaysia summit
The upcoming Malaysia summit with Muslim majority nations might raise questions on the prevailing situations in Kashmir valley. Both Malaysia and Turkey have backed Pakistan on Kashmir issue since the Centre, on August 5, withdrew the special status given to the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir.
Iran says it's defused 2nd cyberattack in less than a week
Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi said in a short Twitter post that the alleged attack was "identified and defused by a cybersecurity shield," and that the "spying servers were identified and the hackers were also tracked." He did not elaborate.
Give us 5-acre mosque plot if Sunni board rejects SC offer: Shia Waqf Board
The Uttar Pradesh Shia Central Waqf Board Wednesday said it would ask the government to give it the five-acre plot that the Supreme Court said should be allotted for building a mosque, if the the Sunni board rejects the offer.
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