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Daily Archives: March 19, 2017

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Kapil Sharma-Sunil Grover fight: What 'actually' happened on the flight?

However, there is no official confirmation about the same.

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Bangladesh SC upholds death sentence of HuJI leader, two others

Bangladesh Supreme Court today upheld the death sentence of banned Harkat-ul-Jihad al-Islami's former leader and two of his accomplices for a grenade attack in 2004 on Britain's then envoy here.

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Spy comments proof Germany supports group behind attempted coup: Erdogan's spokesman

Doubts expressed by Germany`s spy agency regarding the role of a U.S.-based cleric in last year`s attempted coup in Turkey are proof that Berlin supports the organisation behind the attempt, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan`s spokesman said on Sunday.

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Adani hopes to start Austalian coal mine project by August

Adani Group Chairman Gautam Adani, whose $22 billion Carmichael coal mine and port cum railhead project in Queensland is being opposed by some people, says he is hopeful of starting it by August this year.

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Abdul Rahim Ali mourns death of prominent thinker Al-Sayed Yassin

Cairo – Egyptian House of Representatives’ Member Abdul Rahim Ali mourned loss of the prominent thinker ‘El-Sayed Yassin’, Former Director of Al-Ahram Centre for political and strategic Studies.

Ali, Founder and Chairperson of Al-Bawaba News Portal, commented on the great writer passing away, by posting an obituary on Ali’s Face Book page, saying: I knew him twenty years ago in 1998 when I visited him at his office in Al-Ahram Newspaper to dedicate my first book titled “Risks of government-radical movements’ deal”.

Ali added: I thought at first that I’m not going to hear from him again, but for my surprise a week later he published a book review for my work and then we became good friends. We co-worked in many think tanks over the next two decades.

Yassin won the State Award and Nile Prize in sociology. He became the Director of Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies (1975-1995).

He first obtained a Law degree from University of Alexandria, 1957.

He had a Diploma in Criminal Sciences Institute, Faculty of Law, Cairo University, 1968

     He is a graduate in law and social sciences, Ritjon University and the University of Paris (1964-1967).

On his Career: 

     Assistant researcher at the National Center for Social and Criminological Research (1957-1963).

     Director of Political and Strategic Studies Center, Al-Ahram (1975-1994).

     Professor Emeritus at the National Center for Social and Criminological Research in 1994.

     Member of the Supreme Council for Culture.

     Member of the Commission for Social Studies at the Supreme Council for Culture.

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Xi Jinping, Rex Tillerson pledge cooperation over ‘regional hotspots’ – CNN


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Xi Jinping, Rex Tillerson pledge cooperation over 'regional hotspots'
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Beijing (CNN) Chinese President Xi Jinping met with US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Sunday morning in Beijing, urging strengthened bilateral cooperation and "appropriate handling" of sensitive issues. Xi told Tillerson that there are far more
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China and US pledge to work together on ‘hotspots’

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VVS Laxman's reference of Phil Hughes over criticism of Glenn Maxwell gets him into trouble with Australian media

Especially after what happened to Phil Hughes, everyone is concerned when someone gets injured, Laxman had said.

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Suicide bombers blow themselves up in Nigeria's Maiduguri; four killed, many wounded

Three suicide bombers killed four people and injured eight others in a village near the northeast Nigerian city of Maiduguri, a police spokesman said on Sunday. 

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Out of decency: MPs want to ban ‘ripped jeans’ on Egypt’s university campuses

Cairo – MP Abdul Karim Zakaria, a member of the Egyptian Parliament’s Religious Committee, has announced his intention to make a motion dictating that Egyptian universities and schools impose a ‘dress code,’ intended to maintain the decorum in education circles, which students will be required to abide by.

Zakaria added that this move is mainly to end some trending forms of wear styles that have been introduced to the Egyptian society lately and were described as both “inappropriate and unconventional”. “These latest crazes have left many of us flabbergasted, and have lately become rampant at Egypt universities, most noticeably is the “ripped or torn jeans” fad,” explained Zakaria.

MP Dr. Amina Naseer, Al-Azhar University’s professor of religion and philosophy, also called for a complete ban on “ripped jeans” on university campuses and in classrooms where boys and girls are not separated.  

In this regard, she made an appeal to Dr. Jaber Nassar, Cairo University’s President, to have a strong stance against such “academically-unfriendly forms of dress” through a firm administrative decision by the university as he once did with banning female students from wearing the veil (al-Niqab) inside the classrooms.

She further argued that banning “ripped jeans” and “tight pants” does not need the Parliament to draft a new bill for that matter, but it only needs a university-sanctioned ban to be imposed just as some universities did with the Niqab issue.

For his part, Dr. Jaber Nassar on Saturday stated in response to calls for banning ripped jeans and its likes on universities co-ed campuses: “The Parliament must advance a bill that would unequivocally bar female students from wearing those socially unacceptable crazes.”

Following the Supreme Council of Universities’ meeting on Saturday, Dr. Nassar told the press that Cairo University did not precisely impose a “Niqab ban” on its students. The University only banned members of the teaching staff from wearing the veil while teaching. Thus, faculty members and female students are all entitled to wear the veil on university campus and classrooms because they are simply free to choose what to wear. None, whoever he or she is, has the right to confiscate their freedom to wear what they like, according to his statement.