KENYAN

  • Kenya bans flights to Ebola hit West African nations August 17, 2014

    Nairobi: Kenyan government on Saturday temporarily suspended entry of passengers from and through Ebola affected West African countries into Kenya. The ban, which affects passengers from Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia, will be effective from Tuesday midnight, Xinhua quoted health cabinet secretary James Macharia as saying in a conference in Nairobi. "This...
  • Shooting reported in violence hit Kenyan coastal region July 6, 2014

    Nairobi: Shooting was reported in Kenya's coastal district of Lamu, the same area where some 60 people were massacred last month, authorities said. Kenya's National Disaster Operations Centre said in a brief statement on Saturday on Twitter that gunfire broke out in the trading centre of Hindi near the town...
  • Nairobi mall attack: Natarajan family requests for privacy September 22, 2013

    New Delhi: Two Indians were among 43 killed in an attack on an upmarket shopping mall in Kenya's national capital on Saturday, raising concern and drawing global condemnation. The two Indians have been identified as 40-year-old IT professional Sridhar Natarajan and an eight-year-old child Paramshu Jain. Natarajan family said, "This is...
  • 3 Indians taken hostage by pirates off Kenyan coast January 16, 2009

    New Delhi: With the Stolt Valor hostage drama involving Indians still fresh, another ship with three Indians on board has been hijacked by pirates off the coast of Kenya and the Navy said it will take "all action" to secure their release. The Kenyan fishing vessel M V Alpha Manyara has an...
  • Police still don't know who drove Air India coach April 1, 2008

    Mumbai: The death of an airport employee after being hit by a speeding airport coach at Mumbai's international airport early on Sunday morning is now throwing up larger questions about security at airports. The intriguing factor for the police as well as the investigating authorities is who was driving the coach?...