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Pakistan took ‘tremendous advantage’ of US for years: Donald Trump.

President Donald Trump on Saturday said that Pakistan took “tremendous advantage” of the US over the years, but is now “starting to have a real&r...

14/10/2017

Worried about travelling to the Caribbean post-hurricane? Here are the places safe to visit.

Some travellers looking ahead to winter and spring getaways may be wondering what their options are, with all the headlines about hurricane damage in the Caribbean. Some ...

11/10/2017

Russian operatives spent over $50,000 on ads on Google products: Reports.

Russian operatives likely spent tens of thousands of dollars on ads across Google products, including YouTube and Google search, according to reports. Accounts c...

10/10/2017

Richard Thaler, who showed how human traits affect markets, wins 2017 Nobel Prize in economics

US economist Richard Thaler won the 2017 Nobel Economics Prize for his contributions in the field of behavioural economics, showing how human traits affect supposedly rat...

9/10/2017

ICAN: Campaigners for end to nuclear weapons in era of Trump, Kim Jong Un

With the nuclear threat at its most acute in decades, the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, which on Friday won the Nobel Peace Prize, is urgently pressi...

6/10/2017

Indian scientists contributed to Nobel Prize in Physics winners’ research on gravitational waves

Two Indian scientists contributed to the discovery of gravitational waves, which won three US scientists — Rainer Weiss, Barry Barish and Kip Thorne — the Nob...

4/10/2017

These Are The Indian Women Who Made It To BBC’s List Of 100 Most Influential Women In The World

The list of BBC's 100 most influential women of 2017 is out and 10 women from India have been featured on it. The most popular name on the list was of Indian women&...

28/09/2017

Malaysia bans travel to North Korea due to escalating tensions.

Malaysia said on Thursday that all its citizens are banned from travelling to North Korea until further notice due to escalating tensions on the Korean Peninsula as a res...

28/09/2017

Is this a Chinese university...or a giant ‘toilet building’?

China has another entry when it comes to buildings that look suspiciously like something else - a 12-storey university block strongly resembling a giant toilet. Archi...

28/09/2017

Mass Grave Of 28 Hindus Killed By Rohingya Militants Found In Rakhine, Says Myanmar Army

Myanmar's army said Sunday it had discovered a mass grave containing the bodies of 28 Hindus, including women and children, in violence-wracked Rakhine state, blaming...

25/09/2017

Months After Weight-Loss Surgery In Mumbai, Eman Ahmed Dies Of Multiple Ailments In Abu Dhabi

Eman Ahmed, called the world’s heaviest woman, has died of numerous conditions like heart diseases and kidney dysfunction. She passed away on Monday morning at 4:35...

25/09/2017

Pak diplomat goofs up at UN, tries to pass off Gaza teen image as Kashmir girl

Maleeha Lodhi, Pakistan’s permanent representative to the United Nations, made an embarrassing faux pas on Saturday when she attempted to pass off a photo of a Gaza...

25/09/2017

Mind-Blowing Things That Happened This Week

Keeping up with the news is hard. So hard, in fact, that we’ve decided to save you the hassle by rounding up the most significant, unusual, or just plain old mind-b...

23/09/2017

India demolishes Pakistan PM Abbasi’s speech at UN

Young Indian diplomat Eenam Gambhir delivered a stinging response on Friday after Pakistan Prime Minster urged the United Nations to appoint a special envoy for Jammu and...

22/09/2017

Facebook draws flak for blocking Rohingya activists’ posts, accounts.

Facebook has come under scanner after reports claiming that the social networking company is blocking posts and suspending activists who are documenting the situation of ...

20/09/2017

Seeking a job at NASA? This is what you're signing up for – Read

New Delhi: NASA is an entity that is synonymous with everything related to space. A pioneer in space research, NASA, today, is one of the leading establishments when it c...

19/09/2017

China has a message for India and Japan: Form partnership, not alliance

China on Thursday sent out a clear message to India about its deepening ties with Japan - New Delhi and Tokyo should forge a partnership conducive to peace in the region ...

14/09/2017

Kuchibhotla murder: Congressman helps widow gets temporary work visa in US.

An Indian woman, who lost her residency rights in the US following the murder of her techie husband in a suspected hate crime, can stay in the country for now after an in...

14/09/2017

Fire at Malaysia school kills 23 students, two wardens

Twenty-five people, most of them students, were killed Thursday when a blaze tore through a Malaysian religious school, in what officials said was one of the country&rsqu...

14/09/2017

Uncontacted Tribe in The Amazon Reportedly Massacred by Illegal Gold Miners

Prosecutors in Brazil are investigating reports that illegal gold miners allegedly massacred up to 10 members of a remote, uncontacted tribe in the Brazilian Amazon. ...

14/09/2017

Protest in Kabul over blasphemous leaflet distributed by US force

Kabul: The residents of the Qarabagh district of the Kabul city in Afghanistan on Tuesday staged a protest demonstration against the United States forces for distributing...

13/09/2017

Myanmar mob stones Muslim home amid Rohingya crisis

Yangon: Police fired rubber bullets to break up a mob which stoned the home of a Muslim butcher in central Myanmar, authorities said today, as religious tensions rise ami...

12/09/2017

magnitude 8 earthquake rocks Mexico

At least 5 folks, as well as 2 kids, have died in a very powerful earthquake that rocked southern North American nation long on Thursday, the govt same. The quake tri...

8/09/2017

only 30 Indian universities in top 1000

No Indian university or institution of higher education figures in the global top 100, but the latest rankings released on Tuesday show that the Indian Institute of Scien...

6/09/2017

China’s Xi slams unwillingness to combat climate change

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday warned that the world economy faces growing risks and uncertainties from countries turning inward on trade and resisting combating...

5/09/2017

 
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