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Rouhani & Putin stress relations, praise positive roles in nuclear talks

Rouhani & Putin stress relations, praise positive roles in nuclear talks

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani proposed, in phone talks with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin Thursday night¸ that the two countries should move beyond mere implementing of reached agreements and focus on issues of greater importance, the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) reported. In their phone talks which were initially aimed at pursuing the bilateral agreements [&hellip

Two Kinds Of ’Wila’

Two Kinds Of ’Wila’

In the Holy Qur’an, the words wila’, muwalat, and tawalli are used many times. In this great, heavenly book, certain matters are set out under these headings, and, on the whole, it can be seen from contemplation of this purified text that from the vantage point of Islam there are two kinds of wila’: negative [&hellip

The Virtues of the Scarf

The Virtues of the Scarf

1. An act of obedience The scarf an act of obedience to Allah and to his prophet (pbuh&hh), Allah says in the Qur’an: ﴾It is not for a believer, man or woman, when Allah and His messenger have decreed a matter that they should have an option in their decision. And whoever disobeys Allah and [&hellip

‘Russia not to bow to US over Ukraine’

‘Russia not to bow to US over Ukraine’

The United States, blamed for myriad crimes across the world, will never be able to make Russia surrender over Ukraine, an analyst writes in a column for the Press TV website. Paul Craig Roberts wrote on Friday that the United States, backed by “stupid NATO puppets,” is pushing for a war in Ukraine by planning [&hellip

Row erupts over new stadium site

Row erupts over new stadium site

Young Africans Sports Club’s inexorable quest to construct their own stadium has taken a new turn as the club looks to lose confidence with Ilala Municipal Council over its execution. The club has issued an ultimatum to the Council to resolve the site extension crisis in five days time. Yanga seek permission of site extension [&hellip

Tanzania needs double current number of medical personnel

Tanzania needs double current number of medical personnel

The spokesman of the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, Nsachris Mwamwaja Tanzania needs almost twice the number of medical personnel that it has now if the country is to enjoy better and improved medical services. Speaking to the media yesterday in Dar es Salaam, the spokesman of the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, [&hellip

Brigadier General stands to defend accused JKT officials

Brigadier General stands to defend accused JKT officials

Defence witness in the abuse of position case facing seven Suma JKT officers yesterday told the Kisutu Resident Magistrate Court that the seven accused are innocent of the charges because it was in their mandate to make the purchases in question.  The purchases involve the procurement of used motor vehicles and construction equipment for the [&hellip

Airtel ticket winners depart for UK today

Airtel ticket winners depart for UK today

Thirteen Tanzanians who won tickets in the second batch of Airtel’s ‘Mimi ni Bingwa’ promotion are expected to leave for the UK today. The cellular network provider yesterday announced that the winners together with their partners will watch tomorrow’s English Premier League (EPL) match between Manchester United and Liverpool to be played at Old Trafford [&hellip

Kidney-related complications on rise in Tanzania

Kidney-related complications on rise in Tanzania

At least 1500 people get kidney infections every year in Tanzania and at least 10 patients are diagnosed with the ailment at the Muhimbili National Hospital every week, Dr Onesmo Kisanga President of Nephrology Society of Tanzania has reported. Speaking with the Guardian on the World Kidney Day observed every March 13, Dr Kisanga said [&hellip

HIV ‘cure’ for infants tested

HIV ‘cure’ for infants tested

At least five Canadian children have been treated with a drug regimen some researchers are suggesting may be a cure for HIV infection in infants, Canadian researchers have revealed. Some of the children treated in this manner currently show no signs of infection, CBC News quoted the researchers as saying. However, the researchers declined to [&hellip