Last Updated: July 30, 2014 00:07

Indian girl crosses red line to win Bukusu soulmate

There’s much to be said of the popular adage “love conquers all” at least for two unlikely lovebirds – Sarika Patel, 24, and Timothy Khamala, 25.

Why Raila team set to meet Chief Justice Mutunga, IEBC

The Opposition has opted to follow a carefully crafted legal road in its referendum bid by reaching out to the arms of Government critical to ensuring its success.

Popular birth control injection linked to HIV

The locally popular injectable birth control method, Depo Provera, has yet again been linked to higher HIV infections in women.

ICC piles pressure on Kenya to release Uhuru records

International Criminal Court judges stepped up the pressure on the Jubilee administration to make available all the crucial information, including financial records the prosecution hopes would buttress the case against President Uhuru Kenyatta.

Obama to boost ties with Kenya and pledges increased trade with Africa

US President Barack Obama has rooted for increased trade with African countries ahead of crucial summit with the continent’s presidents in Washington DC.

Security beefed up in head teachers’ forum

An additional 200 police officers will be deployed in Mombasa next week during the primary school head teachers' national conference, Inspector General of Police David Kimaiyo has said.


Joyce Chepkirui wins gold in a Kenyan clean sweep of the medals in the 10,000m

Joyce Chepkirui led home a Kenyan medals sweep in the women's 10,000m at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games on Tuesday in a time of 32 minutes 09.35 seconds.


Kaparo likely to replace Mzalendo Kibunjia at NCIC

The National Assembly is tomorrow expected to approve a list of 15 nominees to the National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC).

The Counties

Kabando's brother admits killing mother, says it happened ‘subconsciously’

A brother to Mukurwe-ini MP Kabando wa Kabando Monday admitted to killing their 70-year-old mother.



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