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Photos show Ramadan festivities around the world as Muslims mark second pandemic-struck holiday

NE World Desk Last Tuesday marked the first day of Ramadan, the holy month of fasting among Muslims, celebrated by more than 1 billion people around the world each year. From Egypt to India and Kenya to Lebanon, Muslims around the globe kicked off the ninth month of the Muslim calendar on Tuesday, beginning a […]

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Jama Masjid Tonk, a great example of the great Mughal architectural style

NE Feature Desk Jama Masjid is one of the biggest mosques in India and is constructed in ancient Mughal architectural style. The initial construction work of the mosque started in 1246 by the first Nawab of Tonk, Amir Khan. It was finally completed between 1297 and 1298 by his son, Nawab Wzirudhoula. There are four […]

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With flagship electric car, Mercedes takes fight to Tesla

NE Business Desk Daimler AG on Thursday unveiled the electric “sibling” of its flagship Mercedes-Benz S-Class luxury sedan, taking the fight to market-leader Tesla Inc in the battle for market share as electric car sales take off. The EQS is the first in a family of Mercedes-Benz cars built on a dedicated electric vehicle platform […]

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‘Shameful’: Cricket world rocked after nation’s ‘darkest day’

NE Sports Desk The cricket world has been rocked after former Zimbabwe national team allrounder and coach Heath Streak was handed an eight-year ban for corruption. Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) chairman Tavengwa Mukuhlani labelled the episode one of the country’s ‘darkest days’ after Streak admitted five breaches of the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) anti-corruption code. Heath, […]

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A mujahid to remember: Umar Mukhtar, “The Lion of Libyan Desert‬”

NE Feature Desk Libya’s iconic resistance leader Omar Mukhtar (1862-1931), who spent the last 20 years of his life fighting the fascist Italian occupation of his country, will forever be remembered as the world-renowned “Desert Lion.” Mukhtar was killed 91 years ago — on Sept. 16, 1931 — by Italian occupiers, but he remains a […]

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3,000-Year-Old Lost Golden City Is Discovered in ‘Good Condition’ in Egypt

NE World Desk Archeologists have made an exciting new discovery in Egypt, uncovering a lost 3,000-year-old city. On Thursday, Egyptologist Zahi Hawass announced that the “Lost Golden City” — which was still active during the reign of King Tutankhamun — had been found in Luxor. “Many foreign missions searched for this city and never found […]

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Travel restrictions by country: Here’s where you can visit this summer

NE World Desk You’ve got your COVID vaccine, and the CDC says it’s OK to travel this summer, even internationally. But you’re likely to find that your overseas options are limited by border restrictions in many countries. Why it matters: If you don’t do your homework before traveling, you could wind up stranded in a […]

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Oppo offers chance to win F19 Pro through contest

NE Tech Desk Global smartphone brand Oppo has started a new campaign where anyone can win Oppo F19 Pro by posting picture and video on the company’s official Facebook page. According to UNB, The campaign started on April 7 and will continue till April 11. To participate in this competition, the participants will have to […]

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“Miss unsinkable”, the woman who Survived the Titanic, Britannic, and Olympic Disasters

NE Feature Desk Born in 1887, Violet Constance Jessop was to become a triple survivor of the Olympic-class shipwrecks, earning her the title of the Unsinkable Woman. Violet Constance Jessop was a 24 year old stewardess onboard Titanic. Her career at sea started in 1908 aboard Royal Mail carriers but in 1910 she joined the […]

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Bandar Shahi Mosque, a spiritual Mughal Monuments

NE Feature Correspondent Bandar Shahi Mosque is situated in the Bandar Municipal area. It was built in 1482 AD (886 AH) by Malik Al-Muazzam Baba Saleh, a high official under Sultan Jalaluddin Fateh Shah. It is a square building measuring 6.20 meter a side in the interior and 9.70 meter in the exterior. It has […]