A Bihar court Thursday framed charges against former chief ministers Lalu Prasad and Jagannath Mishra along with 32 other accused in the case related to fraudulent withdrawal of funds from the treasury to purchase fodder for public distribution, court officials said.
Vidal Sassoon, hair stylist and fashion world icon who created a natural look in the 1960s and built a multi-million dollar business on his name, has died of apparent natural causes at his home in Los Angeles.
If you want to see the heir of the late American comedian Bill Hicks performing, where do you look? Not in British comedy clubs where Bill Hicks is the comedians’ comedian. Certainly not in America, where Bill Hicks only came to most people’s attention fairly recently.
Now, by all standards, there is no revolution in Egypt. There is a fraction that got screwed and angry because they fell for it and lost and is trying to have their voice heard.
How ironic then that the contemporary news phenomenon that most resembles the AIDS story in its longevity and number of story angles is not a monumental medical epic involving millions, but the private bantering and peccadilloes of a family of rich but garish narcissists.
Lady Gaga, the Mother Monster singer and songwriter, turns 26 today.
Peaceful sit-in of the supporters of European integration on Kyiv’s iconic Independence Square was violently dispersed by special units of riot police in early hours of Saturday, 30 November.
Few question come to mind with Akhilesh's elevation to the top post in Uttar Pradesh, but don't pertain only to him.
On November 19, and for the second consecutive year, Egyptians plan to mark the battle(s) of Mohammed Mahmoud Street. This commemoration would seem to some like any other anniversary, and the anniversaries are many, but this one in particular preempts disaster.
After the fall of Hosni Mubarak - thanks to Tahrir Square, more precisely: the Arab Spring. The future of Egypt seemed pretty nice. But it turns out the bright future is overshadowed with new dictator candidates.
Mr Al-Maskati filed a complaint in the police station against Akhbar-al-khaleej and Faisal Foulad (president of the Bahrain Human Rights Watch Society) accusing them of slandering and defaming him. On the same day – 24 November – a group of anonymous people launched another campaign against Mr Maskati and others on social media networks; the name of the campaign was ‘the public trial’.
Egyptians witnessing USA and European countries claim that they have been fighting terrorism for over a decade resulting in millions of civilians dead and thousands of their own armies killed in action, have believed that both Americans and Europeans would be the first nations on earth to understand what they are going through fighting the Muslim Brotherhood terrorism.
The Voice for Baloch Missing Persons has urged international organizations, including the United Nations, to conduct an inquiry into the issue of enforced disappearances as the people no longer trust the government agencies operating in Balochistan.
Through the organizations and people, I were able to provide not only a forum for creativity, but full print journals, personal books, memoirs, supplies, print magazines, and quarterly publications and hand them to the attendees once a month.
These slaughterhouses are the product of a society where poverty and malnourishment runs rampant, where human rights abuses are seldom handled with efficacy by the government, and where animal rights are ignored.