An Indian court sentenced five men to death and jailed seven for life on Wednesday for planning bomb blasts that ripped through Mumbai commuter trains in 2006, killing more than 180 people and wounding hundreds.
The specially conv
Saudi Arabia, under growing pressure to account for a crush that killed more than 700 people at the haj pilgrimage, on Friday suggested pilgrims failing to follow crowd control rules bore some blame for the worst disaster at the event for 25 y
Two dead dugongs have washed up in as many months along Bahrain’s northern coast. Illegal sand dredging has been blamed for the demise of the marine mammals, which are categorised as under threat by the International Union for Conservati
Eli Lilly and Co's new Jardiance pill slashed deaths by 32 per cent in patients with type 2 diabetes at risk of heart attack and stroke, a finding that could make it a mainstay diabetes treatment and triple its use, according to researcher
Death rates from malaria have plunged by 60 per cent in the past 15 years, meaning more than six million lives have been saved - the vast majority of them African children, UN agencies said on Thursday.
More cyclists were killed on Bahrain’s roads in the first eight months of this year than the whole of 2014, it has been revealed. Troubling new figures released yesterday (September 13) by the General Directorate of Traffic showed that t
Last month was the deadliest August for Bahrain’s sickle cell patients in three years, it has emerged. In total, nine sickle cell sufferers succumbed to complications related to the disease throughout July and August, according to figure
Dubai police have arrested an Arab national for attacking an Indian businessman in Dubai and causing his "unintentional" death.
Mahendran Yadav, Managing Director, Emirates Homes Real Estate Brokers, died on Monday night
A Bahraini man has become the 14th person to die of complications from sickle cell anaemia this year.
Ali Isa Al Haddad died yesterday morning in India, where he was sent by the Health Ministry for treatment, said a report in the
India's Supreme Court threw out on Tuesday (July 21) a last-minute appeal by Yakub Memon, the only person to be condemned to death for a series of bombings in Mumbai in 1993, clearing the way for his execution this month after two decades in