Tuesday , 20 March 2018

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Felix sold to group led by Arrocha

The retailer chain Felix B. Maduro has been sold to FBM Retail Corp., whose principal shareholder is Grupo Arrocha of Panama, in partnership with Grupo Diunsa, S.A. and A.F. International Corp. The amount of the transaction was not reported. Grupo Arrocha operates the Arrocha pharmacy network, founded more than 90 years ago and currently consisting of 33 branches and more ... Read More »

Islamist hyperextremism’ could bring world to brink of catastrophe – report

Catholic charity says the kind of religiously motivated violence espoused by Isis has led to attacks in one in five countries in last two years A new and deadly wave of Islamist “hyperextremism” is undermining global peace and stability with an impact felt in the Middle East, Africa and the west, according to a new report that calls for urgent ... Read More »


Hadith-71 ‘Abdullah b. Ukaim reported: While we were with Hudhaifa in Mada’in he asked for water. A villager brought a drink for him in a silver vessel. He (Hudhaifa) threw it away saying: I inform you that I have already conveyed to him that he should not serve me drink in it (silver vessel) for Allah’s Messenger (may peace be ... Read More »

Collapsing of Word Economy

Collapsing of Word Economy Connected with USA Economy I was amazed to received Hyderabadi Urdu Video which says about USA economy which is connected with world economy. Amercan president cannot control the Central bank as it is in the hands of Zionist. Please  watch this video and assess yourself at http://network.muslimworldnet.org/index.php?page=videos&section=view&vid_id=105289 Read More »

Duran food plant, ready for 2018

With a $ 50 million investment, the multinational Cargill, a US company dedicated to the production of animal food and human consumption worldwide, arrives in Ecuador with its first production plant in its newly opened aquaculture area. Eduardo Arosemena, commercial director of this area of Cargill in Peru, Venezuela and now Ecuador, said that the multinational, present in 70 countries ... Read More »

Attorney General May Force Muslim Emigratns Self Deportation

Muslim Immigrants Deportation? Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach (R) is most famously the author of Arizona’s hardline immigration law that, before parts of it were struck down by the U.S. Supreme Court, ordered state and local law enforcement to demand proof of citizenship from certain people stopped by police. Now, he says he is part of Donald Trump’s presidential ... Read More »

NASA, Smithsonian renew hunt for Antarctic meteorites

NASA has renewed its search for Antarctic meteorites to help learn more about the primitive building blocks of the solar system and answer questions about Earth’s neighbours like the Moon and Mars. NASA, the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Smithsonian Institution (SI) recently renewed their agreement to search for, collect and curate Antarctic meteorites in a partnership known as ... Read More »

Passerby shoots, kills suspect fighting deputy on I-75

ESTERO, Fla. — A passerby shot and killed a person who was fighting with a Lee County Sheriff’s Office deputy on Interstate 75 Monday morning. Deputy First Class Dean Bardes, a 12-year-veteran, was working a crash at mile marker 126 when the suspect came upon him, causing Bardes to pursue him at high speeds, according to multiple sources. Bardes and ... Read More »

Brown students tore up, threw out American flags at Veterans Day ceremony

American flags flying for a Veterans Day ceremony at Brown University were snapped in half, torn up and thrown away, according to a veteran who watched it happen and another student who videotaped what he saw happening and posted it online. That prompted other students to counterprotest, according to the campus newspaper, the Brown Daily Herald, with a senior upset by ... Read More »

Battery electric cars are a better choice for reducing emissions than fuel cell vehicles, study finds

Many communities would be better off investing in electric vehicles that run on batteries instead of hydrogen fuel cells, in part because the hydrogen infrastructure provides few additional energy benefits for the community besides clean transportation. That’s according to a study in the November issue of the journal Energy by scientists at Stanford University and the Technical University of Munich ... Read More »