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Chinese President calls for elevation of armed forces to world-class standards

Beijing: Chinese President Xi Jinping has called for “more quickly elevating the armed forces to world-class standards” as he emphasised on improving ...


UN observes first anti-Islamophobia day

United Nations: The UN marked the first-ever International Day to Combat Islamophobia with a special event, where speakers upheld the need for concret...


Meta to begin laying off another 11K employees in multiple waves next week

San Francisco: Meta (formerly Facebook) looks all set to lay off another 13 per cent, or roughly 11,000 jobs, in its second round of job cuts and the ...


Biden appoints two Indian-Americans to Advisory Committee for Trade Policy and Negotiations

Washington: US President Joe Biden on Friday named two Indian-Americans — Revathi Advaithi, CEO of Flex, and Manish Bapna, CEO of the Natural Resource...


Nirav Modi claims he has no funds to pay UK court fines

London: Nirav Modi, the fugitive diamond merchant wanted in India to stand trial on fraud and money laundering charges, has claimed that he has no fun...


Players now need Windows 10 or above to play Fortnite on PC

San Francisco: Popular online video game Fortnite players will now require Windows 10 or higher to play the game’s latest season — “Battle Royale Chap...


Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla arrives in Bahrain to attend 146th IPU assembly

Om Birla, speaker of Lok Sabha arrived in Bahrain’s capital Manama on Friday with a Parliamentary delegation to attend the meeting of the 146th Assemb...


Apple to release its new classical music app on March 28

San Francisco: Tech giant Apple has announced that it will launch its new standalone classical music application on March 28.The company initially int...


3 Palestinians killed by Israeli soldiers in West Bank

Ramallah: Three Palestinians were killed on Thursday by Israeli soldiers in the village of Jaba, south of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, accord...


IMF ‘satisfied’ with Pakistan but no deal this week

Islamabad: Pakistan’s Finance Minister Ishaq Dar said on Thursday that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is “satisfied” with Pakistan’s actions bu...


At least nine died in new wave of Russian missile strikes across Ukraine

In Ukraine, at least nine people have died in a new wave of Russian missile strikes across the country yesterday. Ukraine said that Russia used powerf...


Several killed, others injured in Germany's Hamburg shooting

In Germany, several people have been killed and many others injured after a shooting in Hamburg city.The shooting took place at a Jehovah's Witnesses ...


E- Visa facility for Saudi Arabian Nationals Restored

The facility of e- visa has been restored for nationals of Saudi Arabia with immediate effect. E-visa stands restored in all five sub-categories i.e e...


Senior Nepali Congress leader Ram Chandra Paudel elected as new President of Nepal

Kathmandu: Nepali Congress senior leader Ram Chandra Paudel has been elected the new President of Nepal. In the voting that took place for the third H...


South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol to visit Japan on March 16

South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol will visit Japan from the 16th of March to the 17th of March at Tokyo's invitation, the first such visit in 12 ye...


Former Malaysian PM Muhyiddin Yassin arrested on corruption charges

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission on Thursday arrested former Malaysian Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin on the charges of corruption.Muhyiddin,...


Key Senate committee votes in favour of Eric Garcetti's nomination as US Ambassador to India

Washington: Former Los Angles Mayor Eric Garcetti's nomination as US Ambassador to India cleared a major hurdle after a key senatorial committee voted...


Microsoft increases Bing AI’s chat limits to 120 per day

San Francisco: Tech giant Microsoft has increased conversation limits on Bing AI to 10 chats per session and 120 total chats per day.Earlier, these co...


WhatsApp rolling out ‘Push name within chat list’ feature on iOS beta

San Francisco: Meta-owned messaging platform WhatsApp is rolling out a new “Push name within the chat list” feature on iOS beta.Beta testers will now ...


Colombia opens military service to women for first time in 25 years

Bogota: Colombia has opened military service to women for the first time in 25 years. A cohort of 1,296 women have been enlisted in Colombia’s Army la...


Nepal presidential elections to take place today

The presidential election in Nepal is scheduled today, March 9. The voting will take place from 10 AM to 3 PM. There are 875 voters on the voter list ...


Deputy Prime Minister of Nepal Shrestha returns home from Qatar

Deputy Prime Minister of Nepal and Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport Narayan Kaji Shrestha who was in Doha, Qatar to take part in the...


Arun Subramanian becomes first Indian-American to be Judge of Manhattan Federal District Court in New York

New York: Indian-American Arun Subramaniam has been confirmed as first South Asian District Judge for the Southern District of New York.In a tweet, Se...


No role of Indian government in deciding the investor for WCT: SL Foreign Minister Ali Sabry

Colombo: Sri Lanka’s Foreign Minister MUM Ali Sabry has said that in the case of Western Container Terminal (WCT) of Colombo port, the Indian Governme...


FM Nirmala Sitharaman meets UAE Ambassador Abdulnasser Jamal Alshaali, discusses bilateral ties

Delhi: On Monday, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman met with Abdulnasser Jamal Alshaali, the United Arab Emirates ambassador to India, Majid A...


White House backs bipartisan Bill that could lead to TikTok ban

Washington: The White House endorsed a bipartisan bill that could give the President authority to ban or force a sale of TikTok, support that could ha...


At least 18 people killed and around 100 injured in a powerful explosion in Bangladesh capital Dhaka

Dhaka: The death toll in the explosion that took place at Gulistan area in Dhaka yesterday  morning has gone up to 18. Seven people are admitted ...


US expresses concern over suspension of license of ARY News in Pakistan

Washington: The United States has expressed concern over Pakistan's restriction on the suspension of the license of ARY News. US Department of State s...


France brought to halt as fight over pension reform escalates

Trade unions in France stepped up their fight against President Emmanuel Macron over controversial pension reform on Tuesday as most trains came to a ...


US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin reaches Iraq on unannounced visit

Baghdad: US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin reached Iraq on Tuesday on an unannounced visit, less than two weeks before the 20th anniversary of the US-...

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Which political party will win the assembly elections in Karnataka?

Janata Dal (Secular)