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Abu Dhabi bound Filipina deported due to lack of visa

Abu Dhabi bound Filipina deported due to lack of visa

A Filipino woman en route to Abu Dhabi, was held at Dublin Airport and deported to Wales, from where she first boarded her flight, as she did not have...

Imran Khan thanks UAE leaders for pardoning 572 Pakistani prisoners

Imran Khan thanks UAE leaders for pardoning 572 Pakistani prisoners

Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan has extended gratitude to President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan and His Highness Sheikh Moham...

Trump slams London Mayor as he arrives in UK

Trump slams London Mayor as he arrives in UK

US President Donald Trump arrived in the UK on Monday for a three-day state visit and set a combative tone by attacking London Mayor Sadiq Khan, with ...

Trump brings Brexit advice on state visit to troubled UK

Trump brings Brexit advice on state visit to troubled UK

Britain will roll out the red carpet for US President Donald Trump on Monday as he arrives in Britain for a state visit already overshadowed by his ou...

Israel carries out air strikes in Syria

Israel carries out air strikes in Syria

Israel carries out air strikes in Syria today in response to rare rocket fire from the neighbouring country, with a war monitor reporting 10 killed in...

At least 14 killed in car bomb blast in city of Azaz, Syria

At least 14 killed in car bomb blast in city of Azaz, Syria

In Syria, at least 14 people were killed and 28 others sustained injuries after an explosive-laden car detonated in northwestern city of Azaz yesterda...

Donald Trump urges Britain to go for no-deal Brexit

Donald Trump urges Britain to go for no-deal Brexit

US President Donald Trump has said that Britain should go for a no-deal Brexit with the EU and refuse to pay the agreed 39 billion pounds (45 billion ...

British Airways resumes flights to Pakistan

British Airways resumes flights to Pakistan

London: British Airways (BA) resumed its flights to Pakistan on Sunday, more than 10 years after it halted the service to that country following a bom...

China says trade war

China says trade war 'has not made America great again'

Beijing: Washington's escalating trade war with Beijing has not "made America great again" and has instead damaged the American economy, China said Su...

US asks visa applicants to provide their social media use details under new rules

US asks visa applicants to provide their social media use details under new rules

The United States has asked Visa applicants to provide information on their use of social media under the new rules. The move is aimed at enhancing th...

Pakistan Officials Harass Guests at Indian HC

Pakistan Officials Harass Guests at Indian HC's Iftar Party

Indian diplomats, who had been invited for an Iftar party hosted by the Indian High Commissioner in Islamabad, were stopped from attending it by Pakis...

'It's a part of regular process', says India after US ends preferential trade status

New Delhi: India Saturday said it will continue to work with the US to strengthen economic ties in the wake of America's decision to withdraw export b...

Trump to formally announce his re-election bid on June 18

Trump to formally announce his re-election bid on June 18

US President Donald Trump has said that he would formally announce his bid for re-election at a June 18 rally in Florida - a state that was key to his...

Saudi king warns attacks on oil stations threaten global supply

Saudi king warns attacks on oil stations threaten global supply

SAUDI ARABIA: Saudi Arabia's King Salman on Saturday warned that "terrorist" attacks in the region could imperil global oil supplies."We confirm that ...

United Nations to cut 1,000 troops from Somalia force

United Nations to cut 1,000 troops from Somalia force

United Nations Security Council has decided to cut 1,000 troops from a regional peacekeeping force in Somalia despite a rise in attacks by the Al-Shab...

India, Australia, Japan, US call for an open Indo-Pacific region

India, Australia, Japan, US call for an open Indo-Pacific region

Senior officials of India, US, Japan and Australia met in Bangkok today to hold consultations on their collective efforts for a free, open and inclusi...

Iran

Iran's stocks of nuclear materials still within limits: IAEA

Iran's stocks of key nuclear materials are still within the limits set by a 2015 deal with world powers as per the latest International Atomic Energy ...

US withdraws special tax exemption to Pakistani diplomats

US withdraws special tax exemption to Pakistani diplomats

The United States has withdrawn its special tax exemption to Pakistani diplomats. This move comes over a year after the Trump administration imposed t...

Indian-origin Anita Bhatia appointed UN Deputy Executive Director

Indian-origin Anita Bhatia appointed UN Deputy Executive Director

Indian-origin Anita Bhatia has been the Deputy Executive Director of the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN-Wo...

Bilwal Bhutto accuses Pakistan govt of targeting opposition, judiciary

Bilwal Bhutto accuses Pakistan govt of targeting opposition, judiciary

Pakistan's Opposition leader Bilawal Bhutto Zardari accused the government of targeting everyone from judges to parliamentarians through "underhand ta...

12 killed, including gunman, in shooting in Virginia, US

12 killed, including gunman, in shooting in Virginia, US

In United States, at least 11 people were killed and six others injured in a mass shooting at a government building in the state of Virginia. Police s...

Man sets himself on fire outside White House in the US

Man sets himself on fire outside White House in the US

A man sets himself on fire near the White House on Wednesday, the Secret Service said, adding that the individual was receiving first aid at the scene...

6 Indian-Origin Students Wins US National Spelling Bee

6 Indian-Origin Students Wins US National Spelling Bee

WASHINGTON: Six Indian-origin students are among the eight participants who won the prestigious Scripps National Spelling Bee, taking home more than $...

UK court extends Nirav Modi

UK court extends Nirav Modi's remand till June 27

London: A UK court on Thursday extended till June 27 the remand of fugitive diamond merchant Nirav Modi, who is fighting his extradition to India in t...

Pak extends closure of airspace along India till border till June 15

Pak extends closure of airspace along India till border till June 15

Islamabad: Pakistan has further extended the closure of its airspace along its eastern border with India until June 15, according to the country's civ...

Sri Lanka signs port deal with India, Japan

Sri Lanka signs port deal with India, Japan

Colombo: Sri Lanka has signed a deal with India and Japan to develop a deep-sea container terminal here amid increasing forays by China which has take...

Govt officials had inputs about Easter Sunday attacks

Govt officials had inputs about Easter Sunday attacks

Sri Lanka’s head of State Intelligence Service (SIS) has said that government intelligence and defence officials were aware of intelligence inputs abo...

US-UAE defense agreement comes into force

US-UAE defense agreement comes into force

The United States and the United Arab Emirates have announced that mutual defence cooperation agreement (DCA) has come into force, amid increasing ten...

US removes India from its currency monitoring list

US removes India from its currency monitoring list

The Trump administration removed India from its currency monitoring list of major trading partners. It cited certain developments and steps being take...

Fugitive jeweller Nirav Modi to be produced before court in London today

Fugitive jeweller Nirav Modi to be produced before court in London today

Fugitive jeweller Nirav Modi will be produced before a court in London today as he fights his extradition to India in Punjab National Bank (PNB) fraud...

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Which men's cricket team will reach in the semifinal of ICC World Cup 2019?

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England