Nepal Landslides and Floods Kill 14, Nine Missing


Riyadh: Persistent monsoon rainfall across Nepal has triggered flash floods and landslides, killing at least 14 people since Saturday, officials said.

Dan Bahadur Karki, spokesperson for Nepal Police, said at least nine people remain missing due to floods and landslides in various parts of the country.

“Our team is working in affected areas, trying to find the missing and move the affected people to safety,” Karki told dpa on Sunday.

Officials have yet to assess the damage, although local media report widespread devastation from the country’s southern plains near India to the mountainous regions bordering Tibet.

According to Nepal’s Meteorological Department, parts of the country can expect further heavy rain and thunderstorms through Monday.

Source: Saudi Press Agency

Saudi Stock Exchange Ends Trading Higher at 11688.61 Points


Riyadh: The Saudi Stock Exchange main index ended trading higher today, gaining 29.95 points to close at 11688.61 points.

The total value of trading reported was SAR3.9 billion.

The Saudi Parallel Market Index (NOMU) ended the day by gaining 244.80 points to close at 26154.75 points, valued at SAR44 million.

Source: Saudi Press Agency

Saudi Stock Exchange Ends Trading Higher at 11688.61 Points


Riyadh: The Saudi Stock Exchange main index ended trading higher today, gaining 29.95 points to close at 11688.61 points.

The total value of trading reported was SAR3.9 billion.

The Saudi Parallel Market Index (NOMU) ended the day by gaining 244.80 points to close at 26154.75 points, valued at SAR44 million.

Source: Saudi Press Agency

Saudi Stock Exchange Ends Trading Higher at 11688.61 Points


Riyadh: The Saudi Stock Exchange main index ended trading higher today, gaining 29.95 points to close at 11688.61 points.

The total value of trading reported was SAR3.9 billion.

The Saudi Parallel Market Index (NOMU) ended the day by gaining 244.80 points to close at 26154.75 points, valued at SAR44 million.

Source: Saudi Press Agency

Exciting Action Continues as Jeddah Season’s International MotoSurf Cup Takes Over Obhur Corniche


Riyadh: As part of the Jeddah Season 2024, the International MotoSurf Cup is continuing its exciting activities at the Obhur Corniche with the participation of 48 male and female contestants from various countries.

This watersports competition involves racers using motorized and environmentally friendly surfing boards, blending enjoyment with sustainability. The competition incorporates innovative technologies to enhance the athletes’ experience while preserving the environment.

Source: Saudi Press Agency

Saudi Team ‘Falcons’ Achieves First Title in Esports World Cup


Riyadh: he Saudi Team ‘Falcons’ won the first title during the Esports World Cup, the most prestigious gaming event globally.

In the popular game “Call of Duty: Warzone,” the Falcons emerged as champions, earning 1,000 points and securing the top position in the Esports World Cup rankings.

The grand final took place at the SEF Arena in Riyadh, with an enthusiastic crowd in attendance. The Falcons delivered an outstanding performance, accumulating 227.9 points to claim the championship title. The Fnatic team secured second place with 217.9 points, while the team of Twisted Minds achieved third place with 179.3 points.

Source: Saudi Press Agency