Umrah To Resume From August 10

Umrah To Resume From August 10

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on Sunday announced the resumption of Umrah service for pilgrims worldwide from 1st Muharram 1443 (August 10, 2021), following a successful Hajj season.

Violence Hit Pak Kashmir Election Records 60% Turnout 

Violence Hit Pak Kashmir Election Records 60% Turnout 

The counting of votes was underway for election to 45 seats of the Legislative Assembly in Pakistani controlled Kashmir (PcK), after the voting process was marred by violence and clashes in some areas.

CDS Rawat Reviews Situation Along LOC In Ladakh

CDS Rawat Reviews Situation Along LOC In Ladakh

Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) Gen Bipin Rawat on Sunday visited the border town of Drass and reviewed the security situation and operational preparedness along the Line of Control (LoC) in the Union Territory of Ladakh.

Thousands Of Afghan Families Flee Fighting In Kandahar

Thousands Of Afghan Families Flee Fighting In Kandahar

More than 22,000 Afghan families have fled from their homes to escape fighting in the former Taliban bastion of Kandahar, officials said on Sunday, as authorities arrested four suspected insurgents over this week’s rocket attack on Kabul.

Iraqi PM Al-Kadhimi: Iraq Does Not Need US Combat Troops

Iraqi PM Al-Kadhimi: Iraq Does Not Need US Combat Troops

Iraq’s prime minister said his country no longer requires American combat troops to fight ISIL (Daesh or ISIS), but a formal timeframe for their redeployment will depend on the outcome of talks with US officials this week.

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