Rains lashed Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh for the fourth consecutive day on Tuesday, taking up the toll to 58 and leaving over 58,000 people wet and miserable after they got stranded.
A pregnant Muslim woman who was allegedly attacked in the suburbs of Paris by two ‘skinheads’ for wearing an Islamic face veil has suffered a miscarriage, it was reported on Tuesday.
A retired Israeli military general told the Israeli Army Radio on his 100 birthday that the Israeli army destroyed and depopulated hundreds of Arab villages in order to establishment the state of Israel in 1948, and added that “he feels good about it.”
Saudi Arabia, with some French funds, began supplying anti-aircraft missiles to Syrian rebels "on a small scale" about two months ago, a Gulf source familiar with the matter said.
Gunmen killed three Lebanese and a Turk in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley, a security source said, as the conflict in neighboring Syria raised fresh tensions.
Iran’s presidential election poses some important and uncomfortable questions to its Arab neighbours across the Gulf: How has the Islamic Republic’s theocratic political system succeeded in maintaining its religious and ethnic diversity and developing its economic and technological abilities in the face of modern history’s most restrictive financial sanctions?
Three Israeli settlers attacked an elderly Palestinian woman in Deir Yassin area, in West Jerusalem
Divisions between Russia and the US over Syria have overshadowed talks of G-8 leaders in Northern Ireland’s Enniskillen. The summit had begun on a positive note with progress on a transatlantic free trade deal.
Iran's newly elected president has vowed to deliver the change demanded by voters after eight years of conservative rule. Hasan Rouhani also pledged to pursue constructive interaction with the rest of the world.
Sindh lawyers in sympathy and solidarity with the bereaved families of Quetta carnage observing strike by boycotting court proceedings all across the province.
At least three civilians were killed and many others wounded Tuesday morning when a suicide bombing hit west of Afghan capital Kabul.
Gambian President Yahya Jammeh slashed some Western countries for killing innocent people in the name of fighting terrorism.
At least seven students and two teachers were killed in an attack on a public school by Boko Haram insurgents in Nigeria's northeastern city of Damaturu.
The daughter of an elderly Birmingham man who was repeatedly and brutally stabbed as he walked home from his local mosque has told The Muslim News she believes the attack on her father was not only premeditated but is racially and Islamophobically motivated.
Lurid details of the horrific criminal acts committed by sexual predators in Oxford, Rochdale and High Wycombe that have recently been exposed in court hearings are gut-wrenchingly repulsive.
The High Court recently considered the case of John Yapp v Foreign and Commonwealth Office  EWHA 1098.
In a wide-ranging interview with The Muslim News, Justice Secretary Chris Grayling denied that the setting up of secret courts was to hide evidence, admitted that the Government wanted to change the framework of the European Convention on Human Rights and insisted shortening the time for judicial reviews was aimed to prevent their misuse.
Food is gaining increased attention these days; more people are looking into local and organic options, joining CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture), and shopping at farmers markets.
Justice Secretary, Rt Hon Chris Grayling, MP, presenting Alhambra Arts award to Comedian and actor, Jeff Mirza at The Muslim News Awards for Excellence Gala Dinner on 25 March. (photo: Sumayya Juma/The Muslim News)