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UK firm introduces country's first 'period leave' for women

A community and arts centre based in Bristol, south-west England, has become the first employer in Britain to introduce so-called "period leave" for w...

Indonesia issues tsumani alert after 7.9 magnitude quake

Indonesia issues tsumani alert after 7.9 magnitude quake

Indonesia has issued a tsunami warning after a massive and shallow earthquake struck off the west coast of its island of Sumatra, a region devastated ...

India has a very special place in my heart: Ban Ki-moon

India has a very special place in my heart: Ban Ki-moon

Describing India as having "a very special place in my heart," UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon recalled that he deliberately chose to begin his diplo...

Nepal extends Everest climbing permits after earthquake

Nepal extends Everest climbing permits after earthquake

Nepal has extended the climbing permits of hundreds of mountaineers forced to abandon Everest after last year's massive earthquake, to try to lure tou...

US, Pak call for resolving Kashmir issue through dialogue

US, Pak call for resolving Kashmir issue through dialogue

The US and Pakistan have emphasised on the need for peaceful resolution of the Kashmir issue and called on "all parties" in the region to act with "ma...

UN delays vote on fresh sanctions against North Korea

UN delays vote on fresh sanctions against North Korea

United Nations Security Council delayed until today a vote on a new draft of sanctions on North Korea to punish the reclusive regime after its fourth ...

Trump, Clinton poised for landslide victories in Primaries for US Presidential nominations

Trump, Clinton poised for landslide victories in Primaries for US Presidential nominations

In United States Presidential nomination, Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump have taken landslide leads in their respective contests...

UK turns to India to fill doctors vacancies

UK turns to India to fill doctors vacancies

UK is turning to India in an attempt to fill thousands of vacancies for doctors and nurses in its state-funded National Health Service, it emerged tod...

Sikh soldier sues US military over

Sikh soldier sues US military over 'discriminatory' testing

In a first of its kind lawsuit, a decorated Sikh-American soldier has sued the US military, alleging that because of his religious beliefs he is being...

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Trump 'misquotes' Mahatma Gandhi

Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump today posted a quote on Instagram attributing it to Mahatma Gandhi, but the American media said ther...

UN Security Council to vote on North Korea sanctions today

UN Security Council to vote on North Korea sanctions today

The UN Security Council will on Tuesday begin voting on a US-drafted resolution imposing a raft of new sanctions on North Korea following its nuclear ...

Peru declares emergency after oil spill hits rivers

Peru declares emergency after oil spill hits rivers

Peru has declared an emergency for three weeks after a major oil pipeline burst affecting two rivers in the country's northwest. The pipeline spilled ...

10 dead as  bus crashes on mountain road in Mexico

10 dead as bus crashes on mountain road in Mexico

Authorities in northwestern Mexico say eight adults and two children were killed when a bus carrying a group of evangelical Christians went off a moun...

Al Shabaab Islamist group kills 30 in Somali town

Al Shabaab Islamist group kills 30 in Somali town

Somalia’s al Shabaab Islamist group bombed a busy junction and a nearby restaurant in the town of Baidoa on Sunday, killing at least 30 people, police...

State Department releases another 1,500 pages of Hillary Clinton

State Department releases another 1,500 pages of Hillary Clinton's emails

The State Department has released another batch of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails from her private server, including 88 document...

Pak sets up JIT to probe Pathankot terrorist attack

Pak sets up JIT to probe Pathankot terrorist attack

Pakistan has set up a five-member Joint Investigation Team (JIT) to probe the Pathankot airbase terror attack, a week after it lodged an FIR into th...

Atleast 4 people killed, 30 injured in Kansas shooting

Atleast 4 people killed, 30 injured in Kansas shooting

At least four people were killed and up to 30 wounded when a gunman opened fire at a lawn mower factory in a small Kansas town, police has said. ...

Resolution introduced in US House to block sale of F16s to Pakistan

Resolution introduced in US House to block sale of F16s to Pakistan

A top US lawmaker has introduced a "joint resolution" in the House of Representatives to express Congress's disapproval over an arms deal with Pakis...

Plane goes missing in Nepal with 23 people on board

Plane goes missing in Nepal with 23 people on board

A small plane with 23 people, including two foreigners, on board today went missing while flying in a mountainous area in Nepal.The aircraft of Tara A...

China, US make progress on UN North Korea resolution

China, US make progress on UN North Korea resolution

United States and China made progress toward a draft UN sanctions resolution to punish North Korea for its recent nuclear tests and push it to the neg...

Facebook keen to shift focus to other parts of internet.org

Facebook keen to shift focus to other parts of internet.org

Disappointed with Trai's ruling banning Free Basics, Facebook has said it will now focus on other parts of the internet.org programme and wants to wor...

Planned cessation of hostilities in Syria to come into effect on Feb 26: US, Russia

Planned cessation of hostilities in Syria to come into effect on Feb 26: US, Russia

United States and Russia have announced that a planned cessation of hostilities in Syria will come into effect at midnight on February 26th. Their sta...

Donal Trump wins South Carolina in Republican race for US President

Donal Trump wins South Carolina in Republican race for US President

Donald Trump has won the South Carolina primary in the Republican race for President, cementing his status as the man to beat for his party's nominati...

Fiji cyclone toll hits to 17

Fiji cyclone toll hits to 17

The death toll from Cyclone Winston, which tore through Fiji on the weekend, has risen to at least 17. As authorities continued to assess the damage, ...

5.0 intensity quake hits Nepal

5.0 intensity quake hits Nepal

A moderate intensity quake measuring 5.0 on the Richter scale hit Nepal at 2340 hrs, India Meteorological Department (IMD), yesterday, said in a state...

Trump calls for boycott until Apple unlocks shooter

Trump calls for boycott until Apple unlocks shooter's phone

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump called on Friday for a boycott of Apple Inc (AAPL.O) products until the tech company agreed to help the...

British PM Cameron wins deal for

British PM Cameron wins deal for 'special status' in EU

A deal on Britain’s future membership of the EU was trashed out by leaders of the 28 member states of the grouping after more than 30 hours of intense...

NASA sees record number of astronaut applications

NASA sees record number of astronaut applications

NASA has received a record 18,300 resumes from people keen on becoming astronauts, the US space agency has said.The number of applications for a spot ...

Vatican to Trump: It

Vatican to Trump: It's not personal,' it's religion

The Vatican on Friday tried to tamp down a firestorm ignited by Pope Francis' comments assailing Donald Trump's views on U.S. immigration as "not Chri...

US writer Harper Lee dies at the age of 89

US writer Harper Lee dies at the age of 89

Harper Lee, one of America's most celebrated novelists whose masterpiece "To Kill a Mockingbird" was read by millions worldwide, has died at the age o...

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