Thirteen women, who have broken gender stereotypes, reveal what it takes to do a 'man's job'. Do you think becoming a priest is a man's job? Then you haven't met Tomoe Ichino from Japan! Butcher. Plumber. Backhoe operator. Name it and women are slowly taking over professions once reserved for the men. On International Women's Day, celebrated on March 8, presenting women across 12 countries who have happily embraced a profession heavily dominated by men. 1. Mumtaz Kazi, diesel ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
More than 130 suspected terrorists have been killed and over 350 people, mostly Afghans, arrested in Pakistan as part of a nationwide crackdown by security forces following a string of suicide bombings in the country. At least 15 terrorists were killed in another targeted strike by the Pakistani forces across the Afghan border on Sunday, Geo News reported. A high-value target, known for recruiting terrorists and training suicide bombers, was also reportedly gunned down and at least 12 terror ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago Pakistan kills 100 terrorists in crackdown after shrine blast Rediff.com, 2 months ago
An Afghan diplomat was on Monday shot dead by a security guard following an altercation between the two inside the Afghan Consulate in this Pakistani port city. Private security guard Hayatullah Khan opened fire on the third secretary, Zaki Abdu, in the lobby of the Consulate in the high-security Clifton area after a personal disagreement between the two, according to the Deputy Inspector General South Azad Khan. "There is no terrorism element in this sad incident," DIG Khan said. "This is not ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Jamaat-ud-Dawa has re-branded under the new name of 'Tehreek Azadi Jammu and Kashmir', just days after its chief Hafiz Saeed was put under house arrest and a crackdown launched on the organisation’s activities. The Mumbai attack mastermind had indicated about a week before his arrest that he might launch Tehreek Azadi Jammu and Kashmir (TAJK) to ‘expedite the freedom of Kashmir’. It shows that Saeed had got a wind of the official plans and already had worked out how to ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
India's most wanted terrorist, Hafiz Mohammad Saeed warns Prime Minister Narendra Modi, says the latter is seriously mistaken if he thinks he would get respite in Kashmir after his arrest. Image: Student supporters of Islamic charity organization Jamaat-ud-Dawh, carry signs and chant slogans to condemn the house arrest of Hafiz Muhammad Saeed during a protest demonstration in Karachi, Pakistan. Photograph: Akhtar Soomro/Reuters Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Saeed's detention may help ease ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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