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Blast Kills Three in Somalia

At least three people have been killed and three others injured in a suicide attack in outskirts of the Somali's capital Mogadishu.

'Dalai Lama Free to Carry out Religious Activities in India'

An official government spokesperson on Friday clarified that Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama has been "accorded all freedom to carry out his religious activities in India."

‘Dalai Lama Free to Carry out Religious Activities in India’

An official government spokesperson on Friday clarified that Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama has been "accorded all freedom to carry out his religious activities in India."

Right Decision to Send Karti to CBI Remand: Swamy

BJP MP Subramanian Swamy on Friday hailed Delhi court's decision to send former finance minister P. Chidambaram's son Karti Chidambaram to 14-day to Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) custody in INX media case.

Iran Calls for 'Political Settlement' to Solve Yemen, Syria Crisis

Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Thursday said the humanitarian crises in Yemen and Syria can only be resolved "through a ceasefire and an inclusive political settlement".

Iran Calls for ‘Political Settlement’ to Solve Yemen, Syria Crisis

Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Thursday said the humanitarian crises in Yemen and Syria can only be resolved "through a ceasefire and an inclusive political settlement".

J-K Highway Closed due to Heavy Rainfall

The Jammu-Srinagar National Highway NH44 remained closed on Friday due to landslide in Ramsu of Ramban district.

Man Posing as cop Held in Delhi

The Delhi Police have nabbed a man, who impersonated a policeman and extorted money from shopkeepers and those consuming alcohol in open areas of Northeast Delhi.

Liberals Block Motion Seeking Trudeau's Security Adviser Testify on Atwal Theory

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal party on Thursday blocked a Conservative motion, which sought National Security Adviser Daniel Jeana to testify his 'conspiracy theory' on Pro-Khalistani terrorist Jaspal Atwal.

Liberals Block Motion Seeking Trudeau’s Security Adviser Testify on Atwal Theory

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal party on Thursday blocked a Conservative motion, which sought National Security Adviser Daniel Jeana to testify his 'conspiracy theory' on Pro-Khalistani terrorist Jaspal Atwal.

8 Turkish Soldiers Killed in Syria's Afrin

At least eight Turkish soldiers were killed during a military operation in Syria's northwestern region of Afrin.

8 Turkish Soldiers Killed in Syria’s Afrin

At least eight Turkish soldiers were killed during a military operation in Syria's northwestern region of Afrin.

Pak Won't act as US Proxy: Khawaja Asif

Pakistan Foreign Minister Khawaja Muham¬mad Asif on Thursday said his country will not act as United States' proxy.

Pak Won’t act as US Proxy: Khawaja Asif

Pakistan Foreign Minister Khawaja Muham¬mad Asif on Thursday said his country will not act as United States' proxy.

Security Forces Kill 10 Naxals in Chhattisgarh

The security forces in a joint operation on Friday killed 10 Naxals in Chhattisgarh's Bijapur district.

Special Trains During Holi

The Indian Railways on Friday decided to run special trains to clear extra rush of passengers during long weekend in co-ordination with Central Railway for the Holi festival of Hindus

Vietnam President to Visit India Today

Vietnam President Tran Dai Quang will reach India on Friday to embark on a three-day visit to the country

US-South Korea Discusses Denuclearisation of six-Nations over Phone

President of South Korea Moon Jae-in said that they will send a special envoy to the North Korea over denuclearisation

Bus-Size Asteroid Will zip Safely by Earth Today

We can have a chance to witness a newfound near-Earth asteroid, called 2018 DV1, on Friday

China Expanding its Military, Political Influence in Latin America

A recent report taken out by a Washington D.C.-based think tank has predicted that Communist China is seeking to expand its military and political influence across Latin America

Being on FATF Grey List may not Impact Pakistan: Expert

Grey-listing Islamabad because of its links to terrorism can only result in a downgrade of its debt ratings, making it more difficult for it to tap into international bond markets

Tata Boeing Aerospace opens Apache Fuselage Facility in Hyderabad

Tata Boeing Aerospace Limited (TBAL), a joint venture between Boeing and Tata Advanced Systems Ltd (TASL), inaugurated its state-of-the-art facility in Telangana's Hyderabad city for the manufacture of fuselages for Boeing's AH-64 Apache helicopter

Hyderabad University Launches Biggest Bio-Incubator Facility

The largest Bio-Incubator facility in Hyderabad, perhaps in India, with 20000 square feet built-up area was inaugurated at School of Life Sciences, University of Hyderabad (UoH), on the National Science Day

Passengers not to be Charged for MDR Booking of Railway Tickets

The Indian Railways announced that Merchant Discount Rate (MDR) charges will not be levied on passengers for booking railway tickets (at the railway ticketing counters as well as through IRCTC ticketing website) on payment made through debit cards for a transaction value

BJP MLA, son Thrash Toll Plaza Employee

Kanpur Dehat Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Rahuldev Agnihotri and his son thrashed a toll plaza employee in Uttar Pradesh's Akbarpur city

US Stock Exchange Tumbles Post Increase in Price for Steel, Aluminium Export

In a heavy blow to the financial markets worldwide on Thursday, the US president Donald Trump increased the tariff up to 25 percent on the steel exports, which is expected to impact the South Korean manufacturers of steel

Communist Party of China's Muslim Gulag: 800,000 People Incarcerated

Since 2014, after the announcement of 'people's war on terror', the Chinese Communist Party has created an unprecedented network of re-education camps, essentially ethnic gulags, in the autonomous Xinjiang region

Communist Party of China’s Muslim Gulag: 800,000 People Incarcerated

Since 2014, after the announcement of 'people's war on terror', the Chinese Communist Party has created an unprecedented network of re-education camps, essentially ethnic gulags, in the autonomous Xinjiang region

China Advises US to Wisely Tackle Korea's Nuclear Strategy

A Chinese diplomat on Friday advised the United States to adopt a change of tactics with respect to its bilateral relations with Korea as the latter poses a massive nuclear threat worldwide

China Advises US to Wisely Tackle Korea’s Nuclear Strategy

A Chinese diplomat on Friday advised the United States to adopt a change of tactics with respect to its bilateral relations with Korea as the latter poses a massive nuclear threat worldwide

Ex-Catalan Leader Puigdemont Abandons bid to Reclaim Power

One of Catalonia's former leaders Carles Puigdemont on Friday withdrew himself from a bid for a second term in the Spanish legislative assembly

Google Marks Festival of Holi With Colourful Doodle

The Google Doodle marked the festival of Holi that is being celebrated across India and especially North India on Friday.

Odia Bhajan Singer Arabinda Muduli Passes Away

Renowned Oriya musician, lyricist and bhajan singer Arabinda Muduli passed away due to cardiac arrest in Odisha's Bhubaneswar.

Zuckerberg Sells $482m Facebook Stock in Feb to Fund Philanthropic org

According to some media reports, Mark Zuckerberg has sold almost 500 million dollars Facebook stock to fund the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI), the organisation for the philanthropic efforts of the former and his wife, pediatrician Priscilla Chan.

Check out Kevin Hart's All-star Wish List for 'Jumanji 2'

It was a big risk for Sony studio to reboot the 'Jumanji' franchise two decades after the original version came out. But it all worked out well in the end as the movie got love from the audiences as well as the critics.

Check out Kevin Hart’s All-star Wish List for ‘Jumanji 2’

It was a big risk for Sony studio to reboot the 'Jumanji' franchise two decades after the original version came out. But it all worked out well in the end as the movie got love from the audiences as well as the critics.

French MPs 'Sleep Rough' to Highlight Homelessness

In a protest against homelessness, fifty members of the French parliament spent a 'freezing' night on the streets, with the country's homeless population.

French MPs ‘Sleep Rough’ to Highlight Homelessness

In a protest against homelessness, fifty members of the French parliament spent a 'freezing' night on the streets, with the country's homeless population.

Afghanistan: IED Blast Kills two

Two men lost their lives in a bomb blast in Afghanistan on Thursday.

'Hackers Infiltrated German Govt's Main Data Network'

German government's main data network was hacked recently using highly sophisticated software, according to government officials.

‘Hackers Infiltrated German Govt’s Main Data Network’

German government's main data network was hacked recently using highly sophisticated software, according to government officials.

Venezuela Presidential Elections Delayed to May 2018

The Venezuela presidential elections on Thursday have been pushed back to May 2018 as per an agreement with the opposition, citing media reports.
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