- U.S. defense chief to visit Pakistan for talks with prime minister
- Mosque leader appeals for calm after attack in Hull
- Muslim vigilantes jailed for 'sharia law' attacks in London
- Nelson Mandela death: Daily funeral cortege planned for Pretoria
- MOre than 200 flights delayed and cancelled at Heathrow
- Tehelka case: Tejpal's police custody extended by four days
- Obama says he will propose NSA reforms
- Syria's chemical weapons to be shipped in delicate US-Danish operation
- Hagel: US military power must back Iran nuclear deal
- Pandit Ravi Shankar gets posthumous Grammy nomination
India bowler Praveen Kumar has been fined 20 per cent of his match fee after pleading guilty to a Level 1 breach of the ICC Code of Conduct during England’s innings on the first day of the second Test at Trent Bridge, Nottingham. >>
It has not so far been the happiest of seasons for Ajmal Shahzad, best remembered as the man who clubbed a six off his second delivery to tie England's World Cup encounter with India in February. >>
Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) has roped in seven more Pakistani cricketers for the inaugural edition of its Twenty20 league. >>
Cricket's world governing body has launched an investigation into ‘black marketeering’ during the World Cup ticket sales fiasco. >>
Surrey recorded only their second win in 12 Twenty20 matches against Essex with a 43 run victory at The Oval last night. >>
Forcing someone to marry against their will is to be made a criminal offence in England and Wales, it has been confirmed.Figures from the Home Office Forced Marriage Unit show 1,468 cases were recorded in 2011.
David Cameron has ordered an inquiry into whether Conservative Party co-chairman Baroness Warsi breached the ministerial code when she was accompanied by a business partner on an official visit to Pakistan.
Waseem Zaffar, Councilor of Community Safety and Social Affairs Birmingham has said that only those societies are deemed respectable and progressive where women are represented on all levels in every department and organization.
The Association of British Hujjaj (Pilgrims) UK (ABH) has shared and supported the concerns of Muslims worldwide regarding the extortionate prices being charged by the Umrah service providing companies including airlines.