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Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to start his second term and for that he will be swearing-in on May 30. The government has invited leaders from Bimstec countries (Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation) – Bangladesh, India, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Nepal and Bhutan – as well as Kyrgystan and Mauritius. But, no invitation has been sent to Pakistan, a clear hint that India is not ready to engage with Islamabad yet.World NewsJapanese passenger dies inflight after eating 246 packets of cocaine
Mexican prosecutors say that a Japanese man died aboard an airliner shortly after takeoff from Mexico City. According to medical report, he had ingested around 246 packets of cocaine, resultic in cardiac arrest from a drug overdose.World NewsLok Sabha Election 2019: Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu congratulates PM Narendra Modi for landslide win
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu congratulated his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi for registering a landslide victory in the Lok Sabha Election 2019. He extended his greetings with a tweet.World NewsUK minister attacked with Milkshake during Brexit Party walkabout in Newcastle
Nigel Farage was drenched massively by a milkshake during a walkabout in Newcastle City Centre.World NewsDonald Trump issues stringent warning to Iran, says will end it if it provokes
President Donald Trump on Sunday issued an ominous warning to Iran, claiming that the Iran will be destroyed if Islamic republic attacks American interests.World NewsUK: New weapon act allows Sikhs to carry 'kirpans'
A new offensive Weapons Bill aimed to bar rising knife crimes in the United Kingdom completed its journey through the parliament to become an act of law after receiving the Royal Assent of Queen Elizabeth II this week.World NewsIndia provides Afghanistan two Mi-24 helicopters, strengthens ties
In a bid to strengthen ties with Afghanistan, the India on Thursday handed over two Mi-24 helicopters to Afghan air force, making them a stronger side for battle against Taliban insurgency.World NewsISIS South Asia branch on UN radar, sanctions imposed
The United Nations has imposed sanctions on ISIS South Asia Branch for its links with al-Qaeda and involvement in several deadly attacks in Afghanistan and Pakistan that killed over 150 people.World NewsSri Lanka imposes nationwide curfew after reports of riots against Muslims
Initially, the districts of Puttalam, Kurunegala and Gampaha, near Colombo, were told to stay indoors after Christian-led mobs attacked several Muslim-owned businesses and mosques on Sunday and Monday.