Iran Elite Group Stated as Culprits of Israeli Embassy Vehicle Attack

Indian police state that the terrorist attack on the Israeli Embassy previously in February this year is the work of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard. The attack, which happened exactly on February 13, has left a burning Israeli Embassy vehicle burning and has injured the wife of the Indian Defense Ministry, Tali Yehoshua-Koren.

The police claim that an Indian journalist has worked with the terrorists to execute their attack against the Israeli embassy. Police investigations reveal that journalist Syed Mohammad Ahmad Kazmi was approached by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard and asked about how possible it was to attack the Israeli diplomats in New Delhi, the capital of India, last year.

Kazmi, arrested for suspicion by the government, is said to be in contact with the Iranian regime for almost a decade.

The investigation of the February attack on the Israeli Embassy moved slowly as Iran did not cooperate directly with Indian authorities.

The investigation results gave five names. Afshar Irani, a professional builder, is speculated to be the motorcyclist who attached the car bomb to the Israeli Embassy vehicle.

Sedaghatzadeh Masoud, a sales person in a Tehran-based company, is suspected of terrorist attack plots in New Delhi, Bangkok and T’blisi.

Syed Ali Mahdiansadr, a cellphone shop owner, Mohammad Reza Abolghasemi, a Tehran government clerk and Ali Akbar Norouzishayan, a retired accountant, are also suspected attackers.

Source:  The Times of Oman

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The Easier Methods of Making PPI Claims Nowadays

UK citizens who intend to file a claim nowadays will find that they can reclaim their repayments faster with a higher rate of success. This is thanks to the efforts of the Financial Services Authority (FSA), which established the new claims process. Upon defeating the legal challenge of banks pertaining to the guidelines in 2011, the FSA has won UK a compensation package amounting to £3.2 billion (now £5 billion) in repayments. Last year alone, millions received from the £1.9 billion the banks paid out in successful PPI claims

The consumer group Which? successfully made an agreement with banks and PPI providers to allow UK citizens to claim directly to their respective PPI providers. Claimants only need to write a letter to their banks and PPI providers and discuss the claim in person to settle the amount. The consumer group’s proposal intends to make simpler the unnecessarily complex PPI claims process nowadays.

Payment protection insurance (PPI) is the only UK financial product condemned not because of any malfunction, but because of the way it was sold. Experts state that commission-basd financial advisers are to blame for the fiasco. Using unfair sales methods, what was supposedly a year’s worth of repayments for any kind of loan, mortgage or credit card, was forfeited because the customer did not initially comply with the PPI’s requirements.

However easy and possible it is to earn your repayments through a PPI claim nowadays, successful claimants state that it does not guarantee that you get your complete repayments. This is because banks are handling a large quantity of claims and not all details may have been considered. Ensuring the return of all your repayments will require expert help. It is highly recommended that you seek professional help from claims experts.

India Becoming Medical Tourism Destination for Omanis

India is slowly turning into a medical hub for central Asia. The number of medical visas applied for by Omanis has gone up 30% compared to last year’s visa applications for India. Most of the visa applications were made for medical treatments and other kinds of medical assistance.

India, having state-of-the-art medical facilities, experienced staff and traditional healthcare centers provide a huge selection for patients outside the country where to have medical help. Statistics show that most Omanis travel to India to have treatment for cardiovascular, orthopaedic, gastroenterology, oncology, dental and opthalmology ailments.

Many Omanis also find that India is a great place to get healthcare because of the closeness of the Omani and Indian culture. Many who have returned from their treatments state that they felt right at home during their treatment and with their medical professional. The prices India also charges are quite affordable and flexible for any patient as well. Many state that India has world-class medical facilities and services, yet they charge at a very friendly price.

People who have traveled to India state that the ease of applying for a visa for India is quite easier compared to having to go to Europe or other countries to receive medical treatment.

Source: Times of Oman

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Hammoud Rashed, a writer and Hamad Al-Kharusi, a poet, are both accused of defaming the Sultan through their recent writing and public material. The sentences they and a few other protesters received can reach up to one year, but they can be freed with a bail and an appeal. The uprising of Rashed, Al-Kharusi and other protesters are a result of the broken promises of Oman’s Sultan, who promised new jobs and opportunities for 2012 the previous year.

The recent protests were inspired by Arab protests last year against corruption and unemployment in Egypt. The recent protests are also by far, the biggest Oman has ever seen.

Hammoud Rashed had been part of the protests. The slogan he carried mentioned a few demeaning words against the Sultanate. After the police crackdown during the peaceful protest, he was caught and charged for defaming the Sultanate. He faces six months in prison for his defamation

Hamad Al-Kharusi posted a poem on his Facebook account against the Sultan. He described the Sultan in an offensive manner as well. For breaking cyber and information technology laws, Hamad Al-Kharusi and a few others would be in jail for a year.

According to authorities, their actions are accounted for. Oman’s public prosecutor warned during the previous month that anybody who uses social media to defame the Sultanate or used slogans that criticized or point out out to corruption.

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In commemoration of the the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking Yesterday, the Ministry of Health represented by the National Committee for Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Affairs announced that it will establish a center of rehabilitation in the Wilayat of Al Amerat. The center will provide the necessary rehabilitation procedures and care for drug addicts. The improvement and development of services and procedures necessary to help the afflicted is also the objective of the center.

Last Saturday’s ceremony was hosted by Sayyid Mohammed bin Sultan Al Busaidi, the Undersecretary of Health Ministry for Health Affairs. He is also Chairman of the national Committee for Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Affairs.

Dr. Ali bin Ahmed Ba Omar points out that the National Committee for Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Affairs will continue to raise awareness on the consequences of drug abuse. The Sultanate has been combating the threat of drug abuse and psychotropic substances since the promulgation of the Law of Combating Drugs and Psychotropic Substances in the year 1999.

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