The al-Shabab extremist group claimed responsibility, saying the attack was targeting ‘white officials’ passing by.
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11-km-long stole, a new record for Maoist hotbed
OFTEN in the news for Maoist the hot zone of activities, Dantewada in south Chhattisgarh will grab headlines for another reason when Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel offers a 11-km-long red stole at the local goddess temple on Sunday.
Death toll in landslide at J&K tunnel touches 10
All bodies pulled out; rescue ops were delayed by adverse weather
Russia cuts gas to Finland
The announcement came after Helsinki refused to pay Gazprom in rubles
Russia says operation to take Mariupol complete
Claims all Ukrainian fighters driven out of Azovstal steel plant
SRI LANKA LIFTS STATE OF EMERGENCY
THE STATE of emergency in Sri Lanka has been lifted with effect from Saturday after the government decided not to present the Emergency Regulations in Parliament for approval with the improvement of the law and order situation in the island nation, nearly two weeks after it was imposed following unprecedented anti-government protests.
Stalin vows to protect Nilgiris, holds talks over release of 6 Rajiv convicts
CHIEF MINISTER MK Stalin said the DMK government will always protect nature like people and that protection of The Nilgiris is the protection of Tamil Nadu while distributing the welfare assistance in Udagamanadalam on Saturday at in Government Arts college grounds.
Deadlift of dad's dream
TALE CAST IN STONE
A home away home for cancer warriors
CURE IT TOGETHER
No diplomacy as Jaishankar plays Rahul with a hard bat
IS India's foreign policy getting too "arrogant" or is it just a sign of a new "confidence"?
Cheaper petrol, diesel from today
Centre slashes excise duty on petrol by 78 per litre, diesel by ₹6; urges states to follow suit
Our writer reconciles her family and her future on the path to Harding Icefield.
Ship or sail?
A cruising couple faces their toughest decision in 12 years of world voyaging
சோமாலியாவுக்குப் படைகளை அனுப்பும் அமெரிக்கா
சோமாலியாவில் அல் கொய்தாவின் ஆதரவு அமைப்பான 'அல்அஷபாப் பயங்கரவாத அமைப்பு இயங்கி வருகிறது.
Al-Shabaab attacks African Union base in Somalia
HEAVILY armed Al-Shabaab jihadists stormed an African Union (AU) base in Somalia on Tuesday, triggering a fierce firefight that caused an unknown number of casualties, a local military commander and witnesses said.
Mumbai's big defeat exposes gulf in ability with Al-Shabab
Asian club tournament against Al-Shabab FC in Riyadh on Friday
Climate crisis is an issue of racial injustice, says Khan
The global climate crisis is a matter of racial injustice, the mayor of London has warned, as new research reveals that black, Asian and minority ethnic communities are most at risk of being affected by harmful emissions in the capital. Areas of London with minority ethnic populations of more than 50 per cent are more likely to face the highest climate risk in London, including flooding, exposure to toxic air, heat risk and limited access to green space, analysis from City Hall shows.
Between the lines
Warsan Shire is poetry’s new superstar, and Beyoncé’s writer of choice; Bernardine Evaristo is a Booker-winning champion of rising talent. They swap notes on class, impostor syndrome and working in front of the TV
Eight dead after car bomb explosion by Somalia airport
A CAR bomb has exploded outside the international airport in Somalia’s capital, killing at least eight people and wounding nine others, a local doctor said.
Somalia tug-of-war could turn violent; nations raise alarm
SOMALIA’S neighbours and Western countries have expressed alarm over an intensifying row between the country’s president and prime minister as heavily armed factions patrolled parts of the capital Mogadishu on Tuesday, raising fears that the political crisis could become violent.
Health Dept Ups Testing To Contain Omicron
Residents Come Forward To Get Tested. 25 Testing Teams Deployed. Officials Call For Clusters