Performing Qurbani in Kuwait

As we are coming close to the Eid Al-Adha, It’s time for Qurbani, During this time Muslims all over the world offer Qurbani which means a sacrifice / slaughter of an animal.The meat from the sacrifice animal is then distributed in three portions, One of which includes poor communities that struggle to afford meat – so that they can also enjoy the festivities of Eid, rest of the meat is shared among their family members.If you are planning to perform your Qurbani in Kuwait, Then you have following...

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Braving the storm: This couple’s WEDDING photo during Hurricane Harvey has gone viral

Weddings are a once-in-a-lifetime affair, and if anything goes wrong on the big day, it brings a huge disappointment to the couple. But, it was even worse for Texas couple, Shelley and Chris Holland, who lost everything before their D-day due to Hurricane Harvey that left a lot of people devastated and homeless. However, the two still made it through and exchanged vows with the help of their close ones during the storm.Sharing their story with a heartfelt post, Holland wrote how they are “grateful...

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Here’s why #BlockNarendraModi was trending on Twitter

A Twitter hashtag, #BlockNarendraModi, calling for users to block Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the social media platform was trending on Thursday after reports that he followed handles posting abusive content about journalist Gauri Lankesh who was murdered in Bengaluru.The 55-year-old journalist, a known critic of the right-wing Hindutva ideology, was shot dead by unidentified attackers outside her house on Tuesday night.Her killing has triggered shock and anger across the country, with protests...

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Tourism minister KJ Alphons’ beef comment has everyone talking on Twitter

Newly appointed Minister of State for Tourism, Alphons Kannanthanam has a food tip for foreigners coming to India. “They (tourists) can eat beef in their own country and come here (India),” Alphons told when a reporter asked whether restrictions on consumption of beef in several states in the country will adversely affect the tourism industry. Soon the minister’s comment got everyone talking on the Internet and as the news spread, KJ Alphons started trending on Twitter.Soon after his induction,...

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Watch: Alligator Falls From First-Floor Balcony, Shocking Neighbours

Here's something you don't see everyday - an alligator shocked toddlers and staff in a day care facility in Nanning, China.The alligator, a metre long, was reportedly a pet and fell from the balcony of a first-floor apartment in the same building. The reptile was luckily captured before it could harm anyone.After being contained, police didn't return the animal to its owner with fear of it escaping the apartment again. It was rehabilitated to a nearby zoo following Tuesday's incident.Watch how the animal...

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Hit-and-run irony: Salman Khan just inaugurated a ‘driving school’, and Twitterati can’t stop cracking jokes

Salman Khan may have an enormous fan following across the nation for his Bollywood hits, but the actor has often been in the news for all the wrong things. Controversy’s favourite child, Khan has been involved in a few major run-ins with the law. Whether it is the Arms Act case or the chinkara and blackbuck poaching case, his legal troubles kept him in the headlines for more than 20 years. However, his acquittal in the 2002 hit-and-run case has been the biggest mystery for social media users,...

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Doctors Find Glass Cup Inside Man’s Body… In The Most Unexpected Place

In a surprising find, surgeons in China discovered a glass cup inside a man's rectum - and he won't say how it got there.The Shanghaiist reports that the glass cup remained 'up there' for a full two days before the man rushed to the emergency room in unbearable pain at 2 am in the morning, screaming for help.When surgeons took a look at his X-ray, they discovered an 8-centimeters-tall glass cup inside his bottom. It could even lead to his death if not removed carefully and quickly, reports the Shanghaiist.Doctors...

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‘Kim Ka Jung On?’: Amul’s quirky cartoon on North Korea’s nuclear test is on point

Sending shock waves all across the globe, North Korea ‘successfully’ tested its biggest ever nuclear weapon that can be loaded onto a missile on September 3. The sixth and most powerful nuclear test which is said to be a “hydrogen bomb for a long-range missile” sparked international condemnation, including one from US President Donald Trump.The underground blast led to a 6.3-magnitude earthquake, according to the US Geological Survey, and was followed, a few minutes later, by another with...

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UK acid attack victim shares incredible photos of recovery

A 21-year-old British woman, who was attacked with acid in June, has shared the first pictures of her recovery to celebrate Eid. https://twitter.com/ReshKhan_/status/903976914251120640?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw&ref_url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.hindustantimes.com%2Fworld-news%2Fuk-acid-attack-victim-share-incredible-photos-of-recovery%2Fstory-6lNyFa4cFCljYaBeFEE8TI.html Resham Khan, a business management student, was attacked with sulphur acid on her 21st birthday on June 21 while on a morning drive in London...

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Chocolate maker touts ‘fourth type’ of chocolate

Giant cocoa producer Barry Callebaut presents Ruby chocolate. The Swiss company claims this is a fourth flavour of chocolate after dark, milk and white. https://youtu.be/ERSaxhRp6DU

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