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26th Ramadan 1435 | Friday, Jul 25, 2014

Brother rapes, impregnates sister

Harare, December 20: A Chinamhora man (26), who allegedly raped his blood sister on several occasions and impregnated her, was yesterday brought to court charged with rape.

The man from Mutonda Village in Chinamhora was not formally charged with three counts of rape when he appeared before regional magistrate Mr Daniel Shonhiwa.

He was remanded in custody to January 3 in the interim and the trial date was set for January 7 next year.

However, Mr Shonhiwa advised the man to apply for bail at the High Court.

Pregnant teen claims gang-rape to protect BF

Mumbai, December 20: The mother of a 15-year-old girl was in for a rude shock when during a routine check-up for stomach cramps, the doctor revealed that the minor was pregnant. When the woman confronted the girl, she cooked up a story about a three unidentified persons who ganged up on her and raped her.

Shocking: B'wood's untold story

Mumbai, December 19: I chose this profession because I couldn’t stand the idea of sitting behind a desk. The first task I was given when I joined was a process known as ‘gym boy selection’. The film needed muscular men to spout lines and perform stunts, people known as ‘gym boys’, thanks to their bulky statures and where they got them. The irony is that I ended up interviewing a bunch of them—all sitting behind a desk.

Muslims would be 22% in T: Zaheeruddin Ali Khan

Hyderabad, December 18: Separate T-State would ensure the progress of the Muslims. The false propaganda of the opponents of Telangana is an attempt to set aside the Muslims from the T-movement. Apprehensions are being made that the fundamentalist forces would get strengthened in T-State whereas the fact is that the Muslim population would go up to 22 percent. Muslim voters would become the deciding factors. These thoughts were expressed by the Vice President of Telangana Praja Front Mr. Zaheerudin Ali Khan, Managing Editor of Siasat at a meeting held at Azam Function Hall, Azampura.

The Shadows of Modernity

New Delhi, December 18: WHAT IS the big deal about modernity in India? In everyday conceptions, modernity is considered as the condition of being modern that originated in the West and then transferred to the ‘ rest’. We become modern in simple terms as the West remains a nagging, essential presence in our post- colonial predicaments.

Spurned lover slits girls throat

Hyderabad, December 17: In yet another case of attack by a spurned lover, a 23-year-old young man slit the throat of his lover in front of her mother at MD Lines in Golconda.

He took the help of three friends, one of them a woman, to inflict injuries on the girl with a knife in the absence of the male members of the family who went out to offer prayers.The accused, Rehman Pasha, is a private car driver and also tourist guide at the Golconda Fort.

Old historical names of localities, tempered

Hyderabad, December 17: Athapur means an area donated by someone. Some miscreants of our city are writing it as Attapur. It is a densely populated area where colonies and flats are being constructed very rapidly but not a single house or flat is being given to the Muslims.

History of Medicine in the Islamic Civilization

Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) words, “Your body has rights over you” paved their way to amazing advancement in the medical, pharmaceutical, and health fields.

For early Muslims, knowledge was a treasure they would eagerly seek. Medical science and pharmacy were no exceptions.

Money-lender 'confiscates' man's wife after default

Nizamabad, December 16: A tribal money-lender 'confiscated' the wife of the borrower after the latter failed to repay a loan he had taken.

The money-lender also threatened the borrower, another tribal belonging to the banjara (nomadic) community, that he would sell the woman for Rs 50,000 if he did not cough up the principal amount along with interest immediately.

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