05 October 2015

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Kashmiris wave Pakistani flags in Srinagar

Kashmiris wave Pakistani flags in Srinagar OCCUPIED SRINAGAR: Kashmiri people, in Indian occupied Kashmir, staged protest demonstration and raised Pakistani flags again in different areas of the valley.India media reported that Kashmiri people held a rally from Jamia Mosque Srinagar and raised Pakistani flags.Later, the Indian forces resorted to baton-charge and tear gas at the participants of the rally, which was retaliated with stone throwing by protesters.According to Kashmir Media Service, the protesters waved Pakistani flags in Khansahab, Beerwah

Make way for the Rickshaw in USA.

WEB DESK: For more than a half century Rickshaws have been an essential source of transport for the masses in Asia. Now they are all set to make inroads into the United States.A Rickshaw factory based in Amsterdam has signed a deal with Denver-based eTuk USA that allows the company to manufacture and sell an electric version of the vehicle.The company’s founder has decided to replace the loud pollution spitting versions common in Asia and South America so the

Suicide bomber strikes at Saudi imambargah, several casualties: residents

SAUDI ARABIA  A suicide bomber blew himself up at an imambargah in eastern Saudi Arabia during Friday prayers, residents said, killing and wounding several people.One witness described a huge explosion at the Imam Ali imambargah in the village of Al Qadeeh. He estimated there were at least 30 casualties in the attack, where more than 150 people were praying.“We were doing the first part of the prayers when we heard the blast,” Kamal Jaafar Hassan, one worshipper, told Reuters by telephone from the scene.The Saudi state

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