Gulf Times - International
Close
Select Section:
Rights groups seek accountability from govt over ‘transgressions’

Rights groups seek accountability from govt over ‘transgressions’

Human rights advocates and victims yesterday pressed for “international accountability” of the Rodrigo Duterte administration over its alleged “continuing transgressions on civil society and people’s rights.”

Partial operations for jeepneys in Metro Manila irk grounded drivers

Partial operations for jeepneys in Metro Manila irk grounded drivers

A group of jeepney drivers and operators is far from satisfied with the government’s decision to allow 6,002 jeepneys back on Metro Manila’s roads.

Workers demand Bajaj plant closure over Covid

Workers demand Bajaj plant closure over Covid

Workers at Bajaj Auto, India's biggest exporter of motorbikes, are demanding the temporary closure of one of its plants after 250 employees there tested positive for coronavirus ...

Mexico steps up border checks to keep coronavirus at bay over July 4 holiday

Mexico steps up border checks to keep coronavirus at bay over July 4 holiday

Mexican officials will install health checkpoints at various entry points along its northern border this weekend, as both Mexican and US officials fear a surge of crossings for the July 4 holiday ...

Indian man wears gold face mask to ward off coronavirus

Indian man wears gold face mask to ward off coronavirus

An Indian man said he paid about $4,000 for a bespoke gold face mask to protect him from the coronavirus raging in the country.

Lightning strikes kill 32 in northern India

Lightning strikes kill 32 in northern India

At least 32 people were killed by lightning across India's northern states of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh during monsoon storms, officials and news reports said Saturday.

Diver dies in Australia shark attack

Diver dies in Australia shark attack

A man died Saturday after being attacked by a shark while spearfishing off Australia's east coast, police said. The 36-year-old was bitten on a leg in waters near the popular tourist destination Fraser Island

Ugandan dies after self immolating over motorcycle impounded for Covid-19 violations

Ugandan dies after self immolating over motorcycle impounded for Covid-19 violations

A Ugandan man has died after setting fire to himself in a police station when officers allegedly demanded a bribe to release his motorcycle, which he was using as a taxi and which had been impounded

Thousands rally across Australia in Black Lives Matter protests

Thousands rally across Australia in Black Lives Matter protests

Thousands of protesters gathered on Saturday in cities across Australia, shouting slogans in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and aiming to raise awareness of the mistreatment of indigenous people

'Super Saturday' - England's pubs, restaurants and hairdressers reopen as lockdown eases

'Super Saturday' - England's pubs, restaurants and hairdressers reopen as lockdown eases

People were finally allowed to drink in a pub, have a meal in a restaurant or get a haircut on Saturday for the first time in over three months as England took its biggest steps yet towards resumption of normal life.

US heads into Independence Day besieged by virus, Europe reopens

US heads into Independence Day besieged by virus, Europe reopens

Another record number of coronavirus cases overshadowed the start of America's Independence Day weekend Friday as the surge in infections prompted Britain to blacklist travelers from the US, intensifying its isolation.

Russia announces virus deaths exceed 10,000

Russia announces virus deaths exceed 10,000

Russia on Saturday said that it recorded more than 10,000 deaths from the coronavirus pandemic, a toll that is still far lower than in other countries with major outbreaks.

  • Fajr

    03:17 AM
  • FAJR

    03:17

  • Shruq

    04:49

  • Duhr

    11:39

  • Asr

    15:02

  • Maghrb

    18:28

  • Isha

    19:58

From To