Female TV journalist Killed in Afghanistan

Friday, December 11th, 2020
Malalai Maiwand

Kabul : Islamic State claimed responsibility for the shooting death of a female TV presenter and women’s rights activist in Afghanistan on Thursday, an attack that underscored an increasing trend of violence against journalists in the country. Malalai Maiwand, a presenter at Enikas Radio and TV in the eastern province of Nangarhar, was killed along […]

Arun Jewellers theft case in Mangaluru : Three including two Afghanis arrested

Thursday, September 26th, 2019
3 arrested

Mangaluru : The city north police have successfully arrested three persons in connection to the Bhavanthi Street Arun Jewellers theft case that occurred within the station limits on the night of September 2. The arrested are identified as Muhthasimu CM alias Taslim (39), a resident of Kerala, Wali Mohammed Safi (45) and Mohammed Azim Khuram […]

Team Sri Lanka was crowned in a goose-flesh battle against Afghanistan

Wednesday, June 5th, 2019
Cricket

England : Sri Lanka observed the dramatic batting collapse by imploding from 144-1 to 201 all out against Afghanistan in a rain-affected match at Sophia Gardens. Still, the Island of Dharma recovered from the huge loss over Afghanistan for 152 and registered a 34 – run victory for its debut triumph at the Cricket World […]

Yasmeen Zahid gets 7-yr jail term

Saturday, March 24th, 2018
Yasmin Zahid

Kasaragod : A National Investigation Agency (NIA) court in Kochi on Saturday sentenced woman ISIS recruiter, Yasmeen Mohammed Zahid, to seven years rigorous imprisonment in Kerala’s ISIS case of missing persons who travelled to Afghanistan. Zahid was arrested from the New Delhi International Airport on July 30, 2016 when she was trying to leave for […]

43 killed in Taliban attack on army camp in southern Afghanistan

Thursday, October 19th, 2017
taliban attack

Kabul: The Taliban have killed at least 43 Afghan soldiers in an attack that wiped out an army camp in the southern Kandahar province, the Defence Ministry said today. Spokesman Dawlat Wazir said the attack yesterday involved two suicide car bombs and set off hours of fighting. He says nine other soldiers were wounded and six […]

Afghani girl arrives Mangaluru in her world trip

Friday, August 4th, 2017
Shaesta Waiz

Mangaluru : Twenty-nine-year-old Shaesta Waiz began her solo flight around the globe. She set her sights on breaking a new record: to become the youngest female pilot from Afghanistan to complete such a trip. The plan is to make more than 30 stops over five continents, in 18 countries, in 90 days – flying more […]

Kasaragod youth who joined IS in Afghanistan killed in ‘drone strike’

Tuesday, August 1st, 2017
Mohammad Marwan

Kasaragod : A 23-year-old youth from Kerala who, along with 20 persons, is suspected to have fled to Afghanistan last year to join the Islamic State (IS), was killed in a “drone strike,” a senior National Investigation Agency (NIA) official said. He was quoting a message recieved by the youth’s father. Mohammad Marwan, a resident […]

Casualties as explosion hits largest US base in Afghanistan

Saturday, November 12th, 2016
Kabul

Kabul: An explosion struck the largest US military base in Afghanistan early Saturday, causing some casualties, NATO said. No militant group has so far claimed responsibility for the blast, which occurs as the Taliban step up nationwide attacks before the onset of winter, when fighting usually ebbs. “We can confirm that there was an explosion […]

India has ‘Right To Self-Defence,’ says US, calls Uri ‘Cross-Border Terror’

Thursday, October 13th, 2016
Uri 'Cross-Border Terror

Washington: Supporting India’s “right to self-defence” in the aftermath of the Uri attack which it dubbed a “clear case of cross-border terrorism”, the US dismissed the recent attempt by Pakistan to link peace in war-torn Afghanistan with Kashmir. The White House backed India’s right to defend itself as with any other country, in view of […]

US says does not support declaring Pakistan a ‘terrorist state’

Friday, October 7th, 2016
john-kirby

Washington: The US today said it does not support declaring Pakistan a ‘terrorist state’ but will continue to work with the governments in the region to eliminate safe havens which also pose a threat to India. The US also called for a “meaningful dialogue” between India and Pakistan to address differences including the Kashmir issue […]

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