And I thought only Arab and North Korean Parliamentarians clapped their hands off for their leaders. Turns out I was wrong! But while I am pretty much convinced that most Arabs and North Koreans do it out of fear from being assassinated or kicked out of Parliament, I am not sure why this act by . . . → Read More: US raped by Israel – Finally Netanyahu bends and breaks Obama
An Indian court has banned the country’s media from broadcasting a documentary in which one of the men who gang-raped and murdered a New Delhi student is shown blaming the victim, police said Wednesday.
Spokesman Rajan Bhagat said New Delhi police had obtained a court order late Tuesday banning anyone from broadcasting the documentary, called . . . → Read More: Indian court bans documentary featuring rapist’s interview
Soon after taking oath, Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed Sunday stoked a controversy saying Hurriyat, militant outfits and “people from across the border”, an oblique reference to Pakistan, allowed conducive atmosphere for assembly polls, drawing sharp reaction from NC leader Omar Abdullah who demanded that BJP clarify its stand.
“I want to say this on . . . → Read More: Why did the new CM of Indian Occupied Kashmir thank Pakistan?
In late November, I found myself at an emphatically chic hotel bar in Caracas. I was there for a large gathering that had technically started an hour earlier, but I sat alone, a victim of my own near-punctuality. To fill the time, I began a conversation with the friendlier of two bartenders, a fellow who . . . → Read More: Russian humor in Venezuela
Recently, the chief selector of the Pakistan cricket team, Moin Khan, was caught on camera visiting a casino in Australia. Moin is part of the Pakistan cricket squad that is in Australia and New Zealand to participate in the 2015 Cricket World Cup.
Fans and the Pakistan media reacted angrily when the news of . . . → Read More: The case on non-halal steak
By Pallab Ghosh
Scientists at a US conference have said it is time to try actively to contact intelligent life on other worlds. Researchers involved in the search for extra-terrestrial life are considering what the message from Earth should be.
. . . → Read More: Is it wise to broadcast messages to unknown aliens?
‘Nothing could make all the victims of terrorist attacks all over the world happier than watching every single Muslim in the world say sorry.’
After the tragic Charlie Hebdo shootings there has been a call by some people to make all Muslims all over the world apologise for the incident. I completely agree with . . . → Read More: Every Muslim must say to the world – “I’m so sorry”
MO East Ayrshire, Scotland
A girl with a food phobia has lived off a diet of chips and cheese for five years – because she claims anything else makes her feel sick.
Jennifer Radigan, 17, eats mostly oven chips and is so repulsed by the thought of eating meat and vegetables she apparently heaves at . . . → Read More: Teenager follows a chips and cheese diet
The group’s latest attack on northern Nigeria http://t.co/I0933lTWCb failed to make waves in the world media.
Boko Haram, Nigeria’s Islamist militants, got the world’s attention last year http://fw.to/mZxFCNB after kidnapping 276 schoolgirls. The despicable group still holds most of the girls, is still untamed and now appears to control much of the remote north of . . . → Read More: Boko Haram – a massacre that never got world’s attention