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India on Monday told the United Nation court that Kulbhushan Jadhav was sentenced to death after a farcical trial by a Pakistani court; barring consular access to India, the Pakistan has breached Vienna Convention.
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Saudi Arabia and Pakistan on Sunday signed a pact worth $20 billion for investments in cash strapped South Asian country.World NewsSaudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman's Pakistan visit delayed
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's visit to Pakistan has been delayed by a day, said Foreign Ministry. He was scheduled to arrive in Pakistan on February 17 (Sunday).World NewsDonald Trump to declare national emergency to build border wall
The US President Donald Trump will be signing an executive order to declare a national emergency that will empower him of funding the construction of a massive wall along the US-Mexico border to prevent illegal immigrants from entering the country and curb drug smuggling.World NewsDonald Trump not happy with border deal: Report
A news report has quoted the United States of America President Donald Trump sharing his disappointment over the border deal.World NewsThai princess disqualified from the race of PM post
Thai Princess Ubolratana has been officially disqualified from the race for a prime minister post, ending her brief and ill-fated political union with a party allied to the powerful Shinawatra clan.World News"Donald Trump may not be a president in 2020"
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. on Sunday told voters that Donald Trump may not be able to complete his current term as the President of America.World NewsImran Khan's remark on minorities "egregious insult to all citizens of India": MEA
The Ministry of External Affairs on Saturday replied strongly to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's remark on the minorities, saying it is an “egregious insult to all citizens of India.”World NewsDonald Trump, Kim Jong Un Meeting: 'A thriving partnership' on cards in Vietnam
With Vietnam being finalised as the venue for the US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, there comes a strong possibility of moving beyond conflict and division toward a thriving partnership, the US State Department said on Thursday.PoliticsIndian American Gurinder Singh Khalsa announces entry into US Politics
Eminent Indian-American philanthropist and entrepreneur Gurinder Singh Khalsa has announced that he will be officially entering into the US politics. He was recently awarded prestigious Rosa Parks Trailblazer award for his campaign to force US authorities change their policies towards turban of the Sikh Community.PoliticsIndian American Gurinder Singh Khalsa announces entry into US Politics
Eminent Indian-American philanthropist and entrepreneur Gurinder Singh Khalsa has announced that he will be officially entering into the US politics. He was recently awarded prestigious Rosa Parks Trailblazer award for his campaign to force US authorities change their policies towards turban of the Sikh Community.World News1200 years old Bible seized in Turkey, smugglers arrested
Turkish Police have seized a 1200-year-old Bible from a group of smugglers.World NewsHindu temple vandalised in Pakistan, holy books, idols burnt
A Hindu temple has been vandalised in Pakistan's southern sindh province after miscreants burnt holy books and idols placed inside the building.World NewsIndia welcome's UK decision to clear Vijay Mallya's extradition
As the United Kingdom Okayed documents to extradite Vijay Mallya to India, the government expressed gratitude and mentioned that they are awaiting an early completion of legal process which can help them in bringing him back to India soon.World NewsDam disaster kills 121, 226 missing in Brazil
121 people were killed and 226 were reported missing after a dam in Brazil collapsed last week.World NewsTremors felt in Delhi-NCR as 6.1 magnitude quake jolts Afghanistan-Pakistan border
Tremors were felt in several parts of North India, including Delhi and NCR, on Saturday evening after a 6.1 magnitude earthquake jolted Afghanistan and Pakistan border area.World NewsRussia man who cuts friends body, drank blood caught with fake doctor degree
In a bizarre incident, a Russian man has been charged with fake documents to work as a hospital doctor after spending a decade in a psychiatric department for killing a high school classmate and drinking his blood.World NewsHindu temple destroyed in US, painted idol in black
With the religious hatred motive, a Hindu temple has been destroyed in the US Kentucky by miscreants who colored black paint on the idols and left behind a knife stabbed into a chair in the main hall. The incident happened earlier this week at the Swaminarayan Temple in the Louisville city.World NewsDonald Trump to announce date, venue of second meeting with Kim next week
US President Donald Trump has said the date and location of his second meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un have been decided, and will be announced next week. "We'll be announcing the location and... the exact date it will be... it'll be end of February," Trump told reporters at the White House on Thursday, Xinhua news agency reported. Trump added that his administration will announce the venue and date "next week". The meeting between Trump and Kim, if held as scheduled, will be the two leaders' second face-to-face encounter following their meeting in Singapore in June last year.
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