In a first, a Saudi woman climbs Mount Everest
May 22, 2013
Saudi Princess, a strong voice of reform
Feb 20, 2013
दिल्ली, बेंगलुरु धमाकों का आरोपी फसीह गिरफ्त में
Oct 22, 2012
World | Press Trust of India | Thursday December 12, 2013
A three-year-old Indian boy was run over by a speeding car in the Saudi capital Riyadh, killing him on the spot.
World | Agence France-Presse | Sunday December 8, 2013
Saudi authorities beheaded a Pakistani man on Sunday after he was convicted of smuggling drugs into the ultra-conservative Gulf state, the interior ministry said.
World | Agence France-Presse | Friday December 6, 2013
Jordan was Friday elected to a two-year term on the UN Security Council, taking the seat that Saudi Arabia won and then rejected in a protest over Syria's civil war.
World | Reuters | Friday December 6, 2013
An al Qaeda-linked group has claimed responsibility for Thursday's attack on Yemen's defence ministry that killed at least 52 people.
World | Ben Hubbard, The New York Times | Tuesday December 3, 2013
The bearded religious police were not the ones who chastised the princess running the Harvey Nichols department store here when she decided to enhance the upscale shopping atmosphere with some instrumental lute music.
World | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday November 26, 2013
Saudi authorities beheaded on Tuesday a Pakistani man convicted of smuggling drugs to the ultra-conservative Muslim kingdom.
World | Associated Press | Tuesday November 26, 2013
Having lost its battle to stop the international deal reached this week on Iran's nuclear program, Israeli officials are already picking up the pieces and planning a fight to shape a final agreement that negotiators hope to reach in six months.
World | Press Trust of India | Monday November 25, 2013
A Saudi man divorced his wife just three months after their marriage after he found a cigarette inside her bag, despite her pleas that she did not smoke.
World | Agence France-Presse | Sunday November 24, 2013
A young Saudi woman on Sunday urged a Yemeni court to let her stay and marry the man she loves, defying norms in both deeply conservative countries.
World | Reuters | Friday November 22, 2013
China's rulers will ultimately take it upon themselves to dismantle the "great firewall" that limits its people's access to the Internet because doing so will boost China's economy, the inventor of the World Wide Web said.
World | Reuters | Thursday November 21, 2013
Six mortar bombs landed near a border post in northern Saudi Arabia in an attack claimed by an Iranian-backed Iraqi Shi'ite militia, which said on Thursday, it was warning the kingdom to stop meddling in Iraqi affairs.
World | Agence France-Presse | Thursday November 21, 2013
Saudi religious police arrested two young men offering a "free hug" to passers-by in the ultra-conservative Muslim kingdom's capital, local media reported on Thursday.
World | Associated Press | Thursday November 21, 2013
The Dubai Airshow has closed its doors to visitors after rainfall flooded parts of the trade event's large exhibition hall.
India | Indo-Asian News Service | Thursday November 21, 2013
Saudi Arabia on Thursday clarified that its Nitaqat work policy was directed at illegal expatriates and no legal worker had been affected. The kingdom also said that the Indian community had benefitted from the grace period announced with 1.4 million...
India | Press Trust of India | Thursday November 21, 2013
Alleged Laskkar-e-Toiba operative Sayed Zabiuddin Ansari, alias Abu Jundal, wanted to take part in the 2008 Mumbai terror attack by landing in the city along with others, according to his confession.
World | Reuters | Wednesday November 20, 2013
Saudi Arabia's crackdown on foreign workers has thrown millions of lives into turmoil and caused rioting in big cities, but the economy should benefit in the long run as Saudi nationals fill the gaps and cut their dependence on the state.
India | Press Trust of India | Wednesday November 20, 2013
India and Saudi Arabia are likely to sign a new agreement soon to put an end to the role of middlemen permanently in the recruitment process of Indian domestic workers to the Kingdom, a media report said today.
World | Reuters | Monday November 18, 2013
Turn on a Saudi television and you'll usually get a diet of religious programming and uncontroversial imported fare. But there's much more to a "night in" for the average Saudi - they're also the world's most avid watchers of YouTube.
World | Press Trust of India | Sunday November 17, 2013
According to PeerReach, one-third or 32 per cent of the Saudi's online population are active monthly Twitter users.
World | Associated Press | Thursday November 14, 2013
Garbage is piling up on streets around the mosque housing the burial site of the Prophet Muhammad. Grocery stores have shut their doors and almost half of Saudi Arabia's small construction firms have stopped working on projects.