Oman turns into the most recent Western Asian nation to lift an objection to the controversial remarks made by former BJP spokespersons on Prophet Mohammed.
A senior official of Oman’s overseas ministry on Monday met Indian ambassador Amit Narang to lift an objection to the controversial remarks made by former BJP spokespersons on Prophet Mohammed, saying such statements don’t serve relations of peaceable coexistence.
With nations like Kuwait, Qatar, Iran, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan reacting sharply, the BJP had issued a press release asserting it respects all religions and strongly denounces insult to any non secular character.
On Sunday, the BJP suspended its nationwide spokesperson Nupur Sharma and expelled its Delhi media head Naveen Kumar Jindal because the row over their remarks in opposition to the Prophet escalated with protests from some Muslim nations.
5 teenagers wounded in taking pictures at West Texas home celebration
The teenagers, ranging in age from 16 to 18, have been wounded about 1 am Saturday at a house in Socorro, a city on the Mexican border close to El Paso, mentioned Socorro police Chief David Burton. As many as 100 folks have been there. Partygoers mentioned the taking pictures erupted after a battle broke out between two teams, Burton mentioned.
London beer costs prime £8 a pint for first time, FT reviews
The common value of a pint of beer in Britain has elevated to £3.95 this year from £2.30 in 2008, the FT cited CGA as saying. Pubs might have to lift costs additional as the fee of barley to make beer jumps with pressures stemming from the battle in Ukraine, in keeping with the newspaper.
Four killed, 14 injured as quakes hit southwest China
A shallow 6.1-magnitude quake hit a sparsely populated space in Sichuan province about 100 kilometres (60 miles) west of provincial capital Chengdu, broadcaster CCTV mentioned. It was adopted three minutes later by a second quake of magnitude 4.5 in a close-by county the place the deaths and accidents occurred, in keeping with CCTV. Footage obtained by the broadcaster confirmed dozens of schoolchildren screaming and ducking underneath desks as their constructing began to shake, earlier than dashing out of the classroom with arms over their heads.