World

Pak authorities arrest terrorist fleeing to Saudi at Peshawar airport

Pakistani authorities on Friday arrested a terrorist wanted for alleged acts of terror and sabotage as he was trying to board a Saudi-bound plane at the airport here, officials said.Maulvi Nabi, whose name was already on the exit control list, was arrested by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) authorities at the at Bacha Khan International Airport while he was trying to escape from the country.

Nabi, a resident of Orakzai district of erstwhile FATA, was wanted by the Counter Terrorism Department, according to the officials. He was allegedly involved in a number of acts of terror and sabotage. "Maulvi was trying to escape the country for Saudi Arabia when arrested. He was later shifted to an undisclosed location for interrogation," officials said. 

Rosatomls first of a kind Floating Nuclear Power Unit arrives to its New Home

Chennai: The floating power unit Akademik Lomonosov has arrived at the port of its permanent location in Pevek, Chukotka, in Russia's Far East, where ...

Tokyo tops World's safest cities list, Mumbai ranks 45, Delhi 52

Mumbai and Delhi ranked 37 and 41 respectively on the parameter of personal security, and 45 and 52 overall on a World's safest cities list that ranke...

President Kovind addresses India-Switzerland Business Roundtable in Switzerland

Berne: President Ram Nath Kovind has invited Swiss companies to invest in India and engage in India's transformation and growth. Addressing India-Swit...

USA: 8 Indian-Americans arrested for importing, distributing opioid pills

Washington DC: US authorities have arrested eight Indian Americans for their alleged involvement in the distribution of millions of opioid pills smugg...