Hyderabad: Surgeons at the Gleneagles Global Hospital, Lakdikapul, have revived a non-functional right index finger of a Sudanese military man, who had sustained five...
Djoser, also known by his Hellenised names Tosorthros and Sesorthos, was an ancient Egyptian pharaoh of the Third Dynasty during the Old Kingdom and the founder of this epoch.
The 48-year-old table tennis player had lost both his arms in a train accident when he was 10 years old.
Syud Hossain, India’s first Ambassador to Egypt under Nehru’s govt, saw no conflict in being both a Muslim and a nationalist
As some European countries re-open to international tourists, Egypt has already been trying for months to attract them to its archaeological sites and museums.
Hyderabad: A student of the Telangana Tribal Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society (TTWREIS) has secured admission in the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Raipur. Badavth...
Traffic accidents kill thousands every year in Egypt, which has a poor transportation safety record.
The team began excavations in September between the temples of Ramses III and Amenhotep III near Luxor, some 500 kilometres (300 miles) south of Cairo.
The city known as "The Rise of Aten", dates back to the reign of Amenhotep III
The dispute over the GERD, built across the Blue Nile, has been simmering for around a decade.
With joint efforts of the Unesco and the Egyptian government, the NMEC's foundation stone was laid in 2002 and its temporary exhibition hall was opened in 2017.
The compensation for the losses and damages "will reach over $1 billion dollars" Xinhua news agency reported citing SCA chairman Osama Rabie as saying.
Helped by the peak of high tide, a flotilla of tugboats managed to wrench the bulbous bow of the skyscraper-sized Ever Given from the canal's sandy bank, where it had been firmly lodged since last Tuesday.
Leth Agencies said early Monday that the modest breakthrough came after intensive efforts to push and pull the ship with 10 tugboats and vacuum up sand with several dredgers at spring tide.
The ship, a vessel named the 'Ever Given', ran aground after strong winds and a sandstorm caused low visibility and poor navigation, the Suez Canal Authority said in a statement.
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