Friday, Apr 20 2018 | Time 12:25 Hrs(IST)
image
image image
  • Disturbed by politicians making allegations against judiciary members: SC
  • 611 tankers quenching parched Maharashtra's thirst
  • BJP Rae Bareli rally tomorrow, Cong MLC and others to join BJP
  • Kovind, Narasimhan greets CM on his birthday
  • About 40 slightly injured in Austrian train accident - police
  • Tourism deptt to promote glass top coach to attract upscale visitors in Kashmir
  • Woman dies in fire at care home in northeast London
  • PwC had cleared Facebook's privacy practices in leak period
  • Modi Govt heralded new scales of development: Amit Shah
  • French police evacuate occupied Paris university site
  • Omar takes dig at Dy CM for questioning Kathua rape-murder case probe
  • AP CM begins fast for not granting SCS by Centre
  • Leh, Mughal roads closed due to snow-landslides, Kashmir highway through
  • Japan warns G20 protectionism will disrupt markets
  • Another minor raped, murdered in Etah
World Share

Qatari hostages held in Iraq since 2015 freed - Al Jazeera TV

DOHA, Apr 21 (Reuters) Qatari citizens held hostage in Iraq by unidentified gunmen since 2015 have been freed and handed over to the Iraqi interior ministry, Qatar-based al-Jazeera reported today.
The satellite channel gave no further details on the release of the hostages, who were seized by gunmen in December 2015 while on a hunting trip near the border with Saudi Arabia.
An Iraqi security official later said Iraq would hand over the 26 hostages to Qatar's ambassador to Baghdad.
REUTERS AKC 1732
More News

20 Apr 2018 | 10:26 AM

The Health Cluster provides a venue for the identification of needs and gaps and the prioritization of support, to reach as many people as possible and avoid duplication of work.

 Sharesee more..
Urgent action needed to tackle double burden of malnutrition in Africa

Urgent action needed to tackle double burden of malnutrition in Africa

20 Apr 2018 | 9:58 AM

Nairobi, Apr 20 (UNI) Under nutrition, obesity and diet-related noncommunicable diseases are leading to catastrophic costs to individuals, to communities and to national healthcare systems in Africa.

 Sharesee more..

20 Apr 2018 | 9:43 AM

Obesity and diet-related NCDs are largely the result of lifestyles characterised by limited physical activity and the consumption of unhealthy diets consisting of highly processed foods that are rich in calories, sugars, fats, salt and additives, but low in essential nutrients.

 Sharesee more..

20 Apr 2018 | 12:45 AM

The PM also met Prime Ministers of Australia and Bangladeshi on side lines of the CHOGM meeting.

 Sharesee more..

20 Apr 2018 | 12:45 AM

The PM also met Prime Ministers of Australia and Bangladeshi on side lines of the CHOGM meeting.

 Sharesee more..
image