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    Death toll due to flood mounts to 65 in Nepal

    Kathmandu (Nepal): The death toll in floods and landslides triggered by the incessant downpour in Nepal has mounted to 65, with 30 people still...

    Nepal floods: Death toll climbs to 21; several rescued from...

    Kathmandu: The police on July 13 said that the death toll has climbed to 21, due to the damage caused by floods and landslides,...

    New Zealanders give up weapons after mosque killings

    Christchurch (AFP): Dozens of New Zealanders handed in their firearms on July 13 as a gun buyback scheme went into operation aimed at ridding...

    Indian pilots taking to Rafale jets ‘was amazing’, says French...

    Mont-de-Marsan (France): Indian pilots taking to Rafale jets during the Indo-French Garuda VI exercise was "amazing," according to General Philippe Lavigne, the Chief of...

    Senior officials from India, US discuss broad contours of bilateral...

    New Delhi: Senior officials from India and the US held detailed discussions on July 12 on various trade related issues to strengthen bilateral economic...

    Pakistan will not open airspace until India withdraws fighter jets...

    Islamabad: Pakistan has told India that it will not open its airspace for commercial flights until New Delhi removes its fighter jets from forward...

    Defying US pressure, Turkey receives fist S-400 missile shipment from...

    Ankara: Defying US pressure, Turkey on July 12 received the first shipment of S-400 air defence missile system equipment from Russia. The components arrived at...

    UN report: Reduction in Multidimensional Poverty Index fastest in India

    New Delhi: The United Nations has praised India for reducing multidimensional poverty in the country at the fastest rate in the world. According to a...

    Kathmandu: Plane skids off runway at Tribhuvan International Airport, flights...

    New Delhi: An aircraft of Nepal's private carrier, Yeti Airlines, skidded off the runway at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu on the morning of...

    Need to maintain strong military ties with Pakistan: US General

    Washington: A top American General has told the country's lawmakers that the United States needs to maintain strong military ties with Pakistan. The statement comes...

    Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi heckled in London over...

    London: Amidst reports of growing press censorship in Pakistan, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi was heckled by a Canadian journalist alleging that his social...

    US to launch raids on undocumented migrants this weekend: Report

    Washington: US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents are planning to launch sweeping deportation raids this weekend as the Trump administration expands its crackdown...

    Alerted by Indian agencies, Sri Lankan coast guard intercepts boats...

    New Delhi: Two boats carrying banned drugs from Pakistan's coastal city Karachi to Sri Lanka were intercepted by Sri Lankan Coast guards on July...

    US to probe France’s plans to implement Digital Service Tax

    Washington: The United States on July 10 launched an investigation into the French government's decision to implement Digital Service Tax (DST) which will "unfairly...

    S Jaishankar in UK for Commonwealth foreign affairs ministers’ summit

    London: External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar arrived on July 10 for a day-long UK visit to attend the 19th Commonwealth Foreign Affairs Ministers' Meeting...

    Dawood Ibrahim’s crime syndicate has turned into terrorist network: India...

    United Nations: Pakistan-based underworld don Dawood Ibrahim's criminal syndicate has mutated into a terrorist network, India has said as it sought the US Security...

    Press freedom ‘non-existent’ under ‘fascist’ government of Pakistan: Bilawal Bhutto

    Pakistan Peoples Party chairman Bilawal Bhutto on July 9 alleged that freedom of press in Pakistan had become ‘non-existent’ under the ‘fascist’ ruling government...

    President Trump can’t block people on Twitter: US court

    US President Donald Trump cannot block his Twitter users since it violates the country's Constitution, a federal appellate court ruled on July 9. A three-member...

    ‘No longer acceptable’: Trump says India having ‘field day’ putting...

    Washington: US President Donald Trump on July 9 claimed that India has long had a 'field day' putting tariffs on American products and said...

    If anything happens to Nawaz, Imran Khan will be responsible:...

    Lahore: If anything happens to jailed leader Nawaz Sharif, the incumbent Pakistani Prime Minister, Imran Khan, will be responsible, said Opposition leader Shehbaz Sharif...