- Pakistan Finance Minister Asad Umar to step down ahead of IMF bailout talks
Pakistan's Finance Minister Asad Umar on Thursday said that he will step down from his post after he held talks with Prime Minister Imran Khan, raising his worries over averting an economic crisis and bailout talks with the International Monetary Fund.
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69-year-old Alan was elected as Peru's president twice, first as a firebrand leftist and then as a champion of foreign investment and free trade. In recent couple of years, he was alleged of doing corruption.World News'Hum Hain Na': Sushma Swaraj assures help to an Indian in distress in Saudi Arabia
“’Khud kusi’ ki baat nahin sochte. Hum hain na. Hamari Embassy aapki poori madad karegi. @IndianEmbRiyadh - Pls send me a report on this,” she tweeted and asked authorities in the country to respond to his plea.World NewsNorth Korea test fires new weapon, first since Trump-Kim summit
However, no details have been received over the type of weapon tested, but this happens to be the first test carried out after Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un held a summit in Vietnam a couple of months back.World NewsHeart-warming picture of a father-daughter outside Notre-Dame goes viral
Sharing the picture on social media, Windsor wrote in the caption: "I took this photo as we were leaving #NotreDame about an hour before it caught on fire. I almost went up to the dad and asked if he wanted it. Now I wish I had."World NewsDubai: 9-year-old Indian girl wins USD 1 million jackpot
Her father, from Mumbai, is living in Dubai from past 19 years; he said that he is a regular participant in the Dubai Duty Free Millennium Millionaire promotion since 2004.World NewsReview 'Developing Nation' tag to India and China: US
The United States of America on Sunday sought a review of 'Developing Nation' tag to India and China, claiming that the countries have developed fast and still enjoying the special and preferential trade treatments.World NewsWorld's largest airplane makes test flight, can deploy satellites in space
The world's largest airplane - a Stratolaunch behemoth with two fuselages and six Boeing 747 engines - on Saturday made a test flight in California.World NewsRussia honours PM Narendra Modi its civilian award for promoting bilateral ties
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has received a total of seven international awards since his inception as premier of India in 2014.World NewsPentagon defends India's A-Sat missile test
The India struck down its own low-orbit satellite with its ground to space missile. With the test, India has become the fourth nation in the world after the US, Russia and China to have A-Sat capabilities.World NewsEuropean Union agrees to delay Brexit date until October 31
France's President Emmanuel Macron strongly opposed the idea of delaying the Brexit, but most leaders supported the call and the French had to settle for a promise that the delay will be reviewed at an EU summit on June 21.World NewsJallianwala Bagh massacre: PM May repeats ‘deep regret’ speech, no apology
Amid growing demands of an apology, the UK Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday expressed 'deep regret' over the April 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre, calling it a ‘shameful scar’ on British Indian history.World NewsPakistan offers talks with India after 2019 general elections
Pakistan has given a fresh offer to India of holding a talk after Lok Sabha elections 2019 gets over. The efforts will be aimed at the normalisation of bilateral relations and to move things forward from where they had stopped, information minister Fawad Chaudhry said on Tuesday.PoliticsIsraeli PM Netanyahu wins record fifth term in office: Report
With 96 percent of the votes counted, Netanyahu’s right-wing Likud won 37 of Knesset seats, against 36 for centrist Blue and White, headed by Netanyahu’s rival, former general Benny Gantz.World NewsChina builds first new rail line in Independent Sri Lanka
“A major portion of the construction was carried out by China Railway Group 5 (CR5) and the Central Engineering Consultancy Bureau (CECB) which acted as the consultant,” the state media reported.World NewsLondon to apologise once again for Jallianwala Bagh massacre
A similar gesture was seen during the February 19 debate in the House of Lords, when the government said it has been “reflecting” on the demand for a full apology.World NewsDid India shot down Pakistan F-16 fighter jet? US says 'no'
The US personnel have put a question mark on PM Modi's assertion that India has downed one Pakistani F-16 fighter jet in a February 27 aerial battle. Foreign policy report claims that though the government has repeatedly said that Wing Commander Abhinandan Vardhaman’s Mig-21 shot down an F-16 before his own plane went down, there is no fighter jet missing in the count.World NewsH1-B US Visa application cap reached for 2020: USCIS
H1 B US Visa is a non-immigrant visa that allows the US companies to employ foreign workers in speciality occupations that require theoretical or technical expertise. The technology companies depend on it to hire tens of thousands of employees each year from countries like India and China.PoliticsList of powerful politicians across the world
Politics and politician plays a vital role in a country's development. It is the politician who determines the fate of the citizen of a country. There are some leaders in the system who world for their own mean but there are number of political leaders in the world who works for the welfare of the public. Here is the list of most powerful politicians across the world.