Daily Archive: Thursday, July 5, 2012

Ostentatious Lives of the Rich and Famous Arabs

By TOM RAWSTORNE Ramadan gold rush: It’s that time of year when the Arab plutocracy descends on austerity London to party and spend. And

Cabinet passes a bill that exempts certain high officials from being brought to court on contempt charges

The federal cabinet on Wednesday approved the draft of the Contempt of Court Bill 2012, which will exempt the president, prime minister, governors and

Discovery of God-particle changes the way we look at the universe

SYDNEY: Physicists said Thursday the potential discovery of the “God particle” was a gateway to a new era that could see humanity unlock some

Afghan rural life in a short film

By Mohammad Kamran Jawaid “Heal,” subtitled in English (spoken language: Dari), is set for public debut through Facebook on July 6, 2012, with plans for limited

Violence against women on the rise in Afghanistan

A 30-year-old woman and two of her children were beheaded overnight in Afghanistan’s east, police said, in what appeared to be the latest in