Turkey deported 8,500 terror suspects since Syrian war began

More than 8,500 foreign fighters have been deported from Turkey since the start of the Syrian civil war 10 years ago, the Turkish Interior Ministry said on Saturday. Terror suspects from 102 countries were expelled, including 44 from the US and 1,075 from EU states, according to a ministry statement. In the first 10 months … Read more

Vajpayee created Uttarakhand, Modi building it, says Amit Shah

Union home minister Amit Shah Saturday kicked off BJP‘s election campaign in Uttarakhand by highlighting the works done by the central and state governments in the last five years, including Rs 85,000-crore infrastructure projects. Seeking another term for his party in the state, Shah reminded people that Uttarakhand was created by former BJP prime minister, … Read more

Sardar Patel: The man behind Ek Bharat

Bharat is a contiguous land with a common civilisation identity for many millennia. Pre-independence India, on the other hand, consisted of territories that were administered by more than 560 princely states and several colonial powers. The first half of 1947 was a crucial period in India’s history. The end of colonial rule was certain and … Read more

Best Android VPN 2021

Do you really need to use a VPN with your Android phone or tablet? Since your mobile devices hold some of your most sensitive information, the short answer is: Yes, we highly recommend it. If you ever use public Wi-Fi on your Android device, a VPN, or virtual private network, can offer you peace of mind. And … Read more

Massive crowds demonstrate against military takeover in Sudan

The streets of the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, were packed with protesters on Saturday morning, with demonstrators chanting anti-military slogans and waving anti-coup banners. “No for military rule, yes for civilian rule,” protesters shouted in videos posted to social media. At least two people were shot dead by the military according to the Central Committee of … Read more

Sudan democracy march: two protesters killed as security forces open fire

Sudanese security forces have opened fire on massive demonstrations across the country against last week’s military coup killing at least two protesters and injuring many more. According to reports on social media and claims by Sudanese pro-democracy organisations pro-coup security forces have used live ammunition and teargas in several locations in Khartoum and its twin … Read more