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11% rise in international visitor arrivals to Singapore in Q2: STB

SINGAPORE: Four million international visitors came to Singapore in the second quarter of 2016 – up 11 per cent compared to the same time period last year, according to the latest Tourism Sector Performance report by the Singapore Tourism Board (STB). Tourists also shelled out more during this period, according to the report, released on Tuesday (Nov 8). Tourism receipts ... Read More »

Parliament: 2017 presidential election will be reserved for Malay candidates, says PM Lee

SINGAPORE – The next presidential election, due in 2017, will be reserved for candidates from the Malay community. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, announcing this in Parliament on Tuesday (Nov 8), said: “That means if a qualified Malay candidate steps up to run, Singapore will have a Malay president again… this would be our first after more than 46 years, ... Read More »

Finally, Mollywood enters 100-crore club

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Pulimurugan, directed by Vysakh has become the first Malayalam film to collect Rs 100 crore. Mohanlal, who plays the eponymous hero in the film centred on man-animal conflict thanked the viewers and the crew as the film crossed 100 crores in his Facebook post. The film has broken the record set by another Mohanlal-starrer, ‘Drishyam’, which had grossed over ... Read More »

Pakistan Supreme Court issues notice to PM Nawaz Sharif

Pakistan SC has issued notice to Nawaz Sharif in the ‘Panama Papers’ leaks case. According to report, three of Sharif’s four children’s name figure in Panama Papers. Imran Khan’s party has threatened an ‘Occupy Islamabad’ sit-in on November 2. A file photo of Nawaz Sharif.A file photo of Nawaz Sharif. ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s Supreme Court on Thursday issued notice to Prime ... Read More »

Stumped Tata camp rethinks strategy

Jaipur: Rajasthan’s Dak Bungalows in India will be developed like three star hotels on public-private partnership (PPP) model. In the first phase of the project, Dak Bungalows in Ajmer, Bharatpur, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Alwar, Bhilwara, Jaisalmer, Mount Abu and Nathdwara in India will be developed in PPP model, a statement quoting PWD minister Yunus Khan said. About 20 per cent ... Read More »

ATC indicts Dr Asim, Waseem Akhtar, others

KARACHI: An Anti-Terrorism Court of Karachi on Saturday indicted former state minister for petroleum Dr Asim Hussain, close aide of former president Asif Ali Zardari, in a case pertaining to providing medical treatment to the militants. Mayor Karachi Waseem Akhtar, MQM Pakistan Leader Rauf Siddiqui, PPP leader Qadir Patel, Pak Sarzamen Party (PSP) leader Anees Qaimkhani and Usman Moazzam have ... Read More »

Afghan woman Sharbat Gula confesses to staying in Pakistan illegally

PESHAWAR (Dunya News) – A special anti-corruption and emigration court on Friday sentenced famed ‘Afghan Girl’ Sharbat Gula to 15-day imprisonment with a fine of Rs110,000 in CNIC fraud case. The court also ordered Gula’s deportation to Afghanistan at the end of her sentence. The decision was announced by the court after Sharbat Gula pleaded guilty to the charges against ... Read More »

Al Kabeer the Beef exporter from India is exporting to Muslim countries

Al Kabeer the Beef exporter from India is exporting to Muslim countries India us is considered as number 1 Beef exporter of the world though it is banned in India & many killed for eating beef. It is owned   and owned by Hindu Brahmin. We give the video slaughtering animals & you can assess yourself how it can be ... Read More »

Plastic Eggs for eating from China

Plastic Eggs for eating from China Watch the Video   China is bent upon exploiting human race by making them to use plastic eggs. It has been reported from India via whatsup it is being sold in Indian market.     Read More »

Violence against legitimate protest continues in Kashmir.

NEWS: The Indian State has unleashed new levels of oppression against the Muslims of Kashmir. After the martyrdom of Burhan Wani on Friday 8 July 2016, protests erupted in Occupied Kashmir, in which more than eighty Kashmiri Muslims have been martyred and 13,000 injured, many with pellet guns, with the deliberate intention to blind them.   COMMENT: Since the killing ... Read More »