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Blast traps 18 inside Indian submarine

Blast traps 18 inside Indian submarine

An explosion inside an Indian submarine berthed at the coastal city of Mumbai, has entrapped about 18 sailors, the navy says. The Russian-made submarine, INS Sindhurakshak, partially sunk early Wednesday, after catching on fire following the explosion at the naval dockyard. “There are some people who are trapped on board; we are in the process [&hellip

Kerry defends US spying on Brazilians

Kerry defends US spying on Brazilians

US Secretary of State John Kerry (R) and Brazilian Foreing Minister Antonio Patriota in Brasilia on August 13, 2013. US Secretary of State John F. Kerry, who paid a one-day visit to Brazil Tuesday, defended US intelligence agency spying program on Brazilians, arguing that it was essential to thwart terrorism. Kerry said it was “absolutely [&hellip

“Islam was the right thing to do”: a Catholic lady

“Islam was the right thing to do”: a Catholic lady

“Actually I was a Catholic and I just wanted to be a better Catholic. So I was studying the different religions, and I just was interested in learning. The more that I learned about Islam, the more I liked it.” said Jasmine Crawford  Long before she converted to Islam, Jasmin Crawford had been asking God [&hellip

Muheza rations water amid serious shortage

Muheza rations water amid serious shortage

Amir Kiroboto, Muheza District Council Chairman Muheza residents who for almost a decade have been facing an acute shortage of water are now obtaining the liquid through weekly rationing as the piped water supply cannot reach the town’s demand with a population of approximately 195,759 people. Alhaj Amir Kiroboto, Muheza District Council Chairman told The [&hellip

Athletics team set to leave for Moscow

Athletics team set to leave for Moscow

AT secretary general, Suleiman Nyambui Two athletes who will represent the country in the 14th International Athletics Associations Federation World Championships in Moscow are expected to leave today. The athletes, Mohamed Mseduki and Faustine Mussa, will compete in marathon on August 17. The marathoners were first supposed to leave last week but the Athletics Tanzania [&hellip

Kova counsels Muslims to obey laws of the land

Kova counsels Muslims to obey laws of the land

The Dar es Salaam special zone Police Commander (RPC) Suleiman Kova has cautioned Muslims in the country to desist from staging illegal demonstrations as a means of demanding their rights and instead follow the right channels and the laid down rules. Commander Kova sounded the caution when addressing Muslims in Dar es Salaam Region on [&hellip

Police: 100m/- for acid attack info

Police: 100m/- for acid attack info

Suleiman Kova, Dar es Salaam Special Zone Police Commander 100m/- has been announced as bounty for any information leading to the arrest of the person/s responsible for what has now become a persistent crime’ the pouring of acid on unsuspecting victims. With last week’s acid attack on two British volunteers in Zanzibar the trend has [&hellip

3 judges to hear case against PM

3 judges to hear case against PM

A panel of three judges has been assigned to hear the petition filed by at the High Court last week by Legal and Human Rights Centre in collaboration with the Tanganyika Law Society to challenge the unconstitutional statement made by Prime Minister Mizengo Pinda. The Premier is claimed to have made unconstitutional remarks on June [&hellip

Rodgers stands firm on Suarez

Rodgers stands firm on Suarez

Brendan Rodgers says there can be “no solution” to Liverpool’s stand-off with Luis Suarez as long as the striker refuses to apologise. Rodgers is demanding a show of contrition from the Uruguayan, who trained in Japan on Monday ahead of Wednesday’s international friendly, over what he sees as “a total disrespect” for the club’s values. [&hellip

Paranormal after-death experiences ‘explained’

Paranormal after-death experiences ‘explained’

A mysterious surge of brain activity observed in dying rats may explain reports of near-death-experiences (NDEs), researchers claim. Even after the animals’ hearts stopped beating and no blood was reaching their brains, they appeared to show signs of conscious perception. The study is the first to take a systematic look at the neurophysiological state of [&hellip