Konnie Huq 'appalled' by the arrest of Bangladeshi photojournalist

Television presenter Konnie Huq and the sister of MP Rupa Huq has said that she has lost pride in her Bangladeshi homeland after renowned photojournalist Shahidul Alam was arrested. Mr Alam, who is famous for chronicling human-rights abuses,...

Woman journalist hacked to death in Bangladesh

A woman TV journalist in Bangladesh has been hacked to death by some unidentified assailants at her home, media reports said.

Modi is a friend of mine... I like him very much: Trump

US President Trump described Prime Minister Narendra Modi as his friend who told him that the US has got nothing out of Afghanistan, according to Bob Woodward’s new book “Fear: Trump in the White House.”

8,30,000 Indians migrated to US between 2010 and 2017

Statistics released by the US Census Board show that immigrants (both legal and illegal) comprised nearly 14% of the US population.

Military campaign was not against Tamils: Rajapaksa

In a public speech delivered last week, former Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa reached out to the Tamil community and said that the war of 2009 was against terrorism of LTTE and not against the community

Action sought against Lanka military officers over missing men

Sri Lanka's president should suspend military and police officers implicated in the disappearance of thousands of civilians during the island's decades-long civil war, a state watchdog said

Nepal, Bhutan have to be inclined towards India: army chief Rawat

India's army chief General Bipin Rawat on Sunday said countries like Nepal and Bhutan "have to be inclined towards India because of geography."

Nepal snubs India, to take part in China drill

In a snub to India, Nepal has decided to pull out of the joint Bimstec military drill in Pune, but at the same time decided to participate in a 12-day long military exercise with China later this month.

CII and Portugal organise the first of its kind Portugal-India Business Roundtable with Indian companies based in the UK

In a first of its kind interaction, a Portugal-India Business roundtable was held on 11thApril 2018 in London with nearly 40 top Indian companies based in the UK with interests across Europe. A large Portuguese government and business delegation...

Vatican denies that pope said “there is no hell”

 Pope Francis has found himself in the middle of sensational claims as it is alleged that he told an Italian journalist that “there is no hell”.

Imran vows to give Pak citizenship to some Afghan, Bengali refugees

Pakistan premier Imran Khan has vowed to give citizenship to some Afghan refugees and Bengali immigrants who have lived in the country for decades

Imran bows to hardliners, ousts minority economist

The Imran Khan-led Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government has succumbed to pressure from hardliners and removed a renowned economist Atif R Mian from the economic advisory council (EAC) as he was Ahmadi by faith



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