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40 giant billboards of Ram Mandir go up across 10 US states

Washington: Amid ongoing events and celebrations across the globe ahead of the 'Pran Pratishtha' ceremony at the Ram Temple in Ayodhya on January 22, ...


Gaza's Humanitarian Crisis: Alarming Death Toll Amid Prolonged Israeli Bombardment

The daily civilian deaths in Gaza have now surpassed those in any other major conflict of the 21st century, according to a report by the UK-based char...


New Zealand support for strikes against Houthis

New Zealand Foreign Minister Winston Peters and Defence Minister Judith Collins KC today expressed New Zealand support for strikes against Houthi targ...


Two more Palestinian cancer patients from Gaza die in UAE

A 38-year-old and 54-year-old Palestinians who arrived from the Gaza Strip for treatment in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) passed away on Thursday, Ja...


Amazon Great Republic Day sale to go live on Jan 13

With a teaser on its website, E-commerce giant Amazon has confirmed January 13 as the beginning date of its latest Great Republic Day sale. The sale w...


EAM Jaishankar and Blinken discuss Red Sea attacks, Gaza

The United States has welcomed the “increased cooperation” with India in defending freedom of navigation in the Red Sea as the two countries discussed...


Sheikh Hasina takes oath as Prime Minister of Bangladesh for the fifth time

In Bangladesh, Awami League President Sheikh Hasina was sworn in as the Prime Minister of the country for the fourth consecutive term - the fifth over...


US and UK launch massive military strikes against Houthi rebels in Yemen

The US and the UK have jointly launched massive military strikes against Iran-backed militant group, Houthis in Yemen. The retaliatory action came aft...


ICJ Hears South Africa's Genocide Case Against Israel Over Gaza Actions

United Nations's International Court of Justice (ICJ) is hearing a case against Israel filed by South Africa. South Africa accused Israel on Thursday ...


State of Emergency Declared in Papua New Guinea After 16 Killed in Riots

A state of emergency was declared in Papua New Guinea on Thursday. The government and police officials were suspended after 16 people were killed in r...


UN Helicopter Captured by al-Shabab in Somalia

A United Nations helicopter was captured by al-Shabab fighters in Somalia on Wednesday. Somalia’s government spokesperson said that government is work...


Israel presses offensive in Khan Yunis

Tel Aviv: Israel pressed its Gaza offensive with overnight military operations in southern and central Gaza, the Israel Defense Forces said on Thursda...


US objects to providing defence material to Nikhil Gupta in Pannun murder plot case

New York: The US government has objected to providing defence materials to Indian national Nikhil Gupta, detained in a Czech prison on murder-for-hire...


Dubai ruler pledges Rs 339 crore to support content creators

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, has announced a fund of 150 million dirham (Rs 3,39,27,04,024) to support content creat...


Israel has no intention of occupying Gaza: Netanyahu

Jerusalem: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said that Israel “has no intention” of maintaining the occupation of Gaza or displacing civil...


Raksha Mantri Rajnath Singh holds UK-India Defence CEO Roundtable in London

London: Raksha Mantri Rajnath Singh and his British counterpart Grant Shapps today interacted with the industry leaders and CEOs at the UK-India Defen...


NASA Postpones Artemis Moon Missions by a Year

US space Agency NASA has postponed its plans to send humans to the moon after delays hit its hugely ambitious Artemis programme.The agency has announc...


Global Unemployment Set to Reach 5.2% in 2024, ILO Reports

The International Labour Organization (ILO) yesterday said that global unemployment rate is expected to inch up to 5.2 percent this year primarily bec...


Taliban Round Up Girls and Women Over Dress Code

Afghanistan's Taliban rulers have rounded up dozens of girls and women in an apparent crackdown on perceived violations of the group's strict dress co...


Germany Faces Transport Disruption Due to Train Strikes, Farmer Protests

Germany is facing transport disruption yesterday caused by a three-day nationwide strike by train drivers, coupled with ongoing protests by farmers an...


Eastern US and Canada Hit by Deadly Winter Storms, 500,000 Homes Lose Power

At least four people have died and over half a million homes are without power after a series of powerful winter storms swept through parts of the eas...


UK and US naval forces foil largest attack by Houthi rebels in Red Sea

United Kingdom and United States naval forces have repelled the largest attack yet by Yemen's Houthi rebels group on shipping in the Red Sea. Accordin...


Belgorod Evacuates Schoolchildren Due to Ukrainian Shelling

In Russia, dozens of schoolchildren were evacuated from the border city of Belgorod today following a spate of deadly Ukrainian shelling attacks.The r...


Elon Musk's X sheds 1,000 staff globally

Sydney: Elon Musk's X has shed more than 1,000 staff globally from teams responsible for stopping abusive content online, according to new figures rel...


TOMCOM to start recruitment for hospitality jobs in Japan

Telangana Overseas Manpower Company Limited (TOMCOM), which is part of the department of labour, employment training, and factories of the government ...


US defence secretary Austin undergoes surgery for prostate cancer

New York: US Secretary of Defence Lloyd J. Austin has been diagnosed with prostate cancer and underwent surgery last month and this information was no...


Hezbollah commander killed in Israeli airstrike

Tel Aviv: The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) has said that it has killed a senior commander of Hezbollah responsible for several drone attacks on Israel....


Imran Khan and Wife Bushra Bibi Indicted in Toshakhana Case

Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan and his wife Bushra Bibi have been indicted in the Toshakhana case. An accountability court in Rawalpindi on...


Former Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay’s People’s Democratic Party wins parliamentary elections in Bhutan

Former Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay’s People’s Democratic Party (PDP) has won most seats in Bhutan’s parliamentary elections and will form a new gov...


South Korea Passes Bill Banning Dog Meat Eating and Selling

South Korea's parliament on Tuesday passed a bill to ban the eating and selling of dog meat. The bill aims to end the controversial centuries-old prac...

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