Lalu Prasad discharged from Mumbai hospital

Mumbai, 26 August : Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad has been discharged from hospital in Mumbai, after receiving treatment for chest pain and low haemoglobin count.

Pakistan could face U.S. aid cuts over human trafficking

Washington : The Trump administration is warning Pakistan it could lose U.S. civilian aid worth tens of millions of dollars this year if Washington finds that the South Asian nation has not done enough to combat human trafficking, U.S. officials said.

Pakistan, ISIS allegedly behind Rakhine imbroglio: Myanmar’s Mizzima

Kolkotta: The Mizzima newspaper, citing Indian and Bangladesh intelligence officials, said in a report that “the intelligence intercepted three long-duration calls between Hafiz Tohar, military wing chief of Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) on Aug 23 and 24, that hold the key to why the militant group unleashed the pre-dawn offensive against Myanmar security forces”

Venkaiah Naidu 13th Vice-President of India

New Delhi: The ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA) candidate and former Union minister M Venkaiah Naidu has been elected as the 13th Vice-President of India on Saturday. Naidu defeated the opposition United Progressive Alliance (UPA) candidate and former diplomat Gopalkrishna Gandhi by a margin of 272 votes. Gandhi is also grandson of Mahatma Gandhi.

India’s Real Problem Lies in its Bhutan Policy, Not the Border

Why did Bhutan, which stood by India during its conflict with China and Pakistan, drift away? What caused the crisis in bilateral relations in 2013? It is clear that when Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power three years ago, he was deeply aware of the changing strategic imperatives in the Himalayas.

Narendra Modi returns after concluding two-nation tour

New Delhi : After completing two high-profile visits to Israel and Germany, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi returned to New Delhi on Sunday. During the first leg of his tour, PM Modi signed seven agreements with Israel apart from meeting the Indian diaspora.

North Korea fires missile: South Korea military

Seoul: North Korea fired on Sunday a ballistic missile from a region near its west coast that flew 700 kilometers (430 miles), South Korea’s military said, days after a new leader took office in the South pledging to engage in dialogue with Pyongyang.

Obama can hit back at Putin over hacking

The verdict is unanimous: President Barack Obama and every U.S. intelligence service agree that Russian President Vladimir Putin has run a sophisticated intelligence operation designed to disrupt American democracy and elect Donald J. Trump. The lone dissenter? Trump himself.

President, PM congratulate US President Elect Trump

Kathmandu, November 10 President Bidya Devi Bhandari and Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal have, on behalf of the people and the Government of Nepal, sent separate congratulatory messages to the President-elect of the United States of America Donald J. Trump.

Bombing at wedding party in southern Turkey kills at least 50

Reatures : At least 50 people were killed on Saturday when a suspected suicide bomber detonated his explosives among people dancing on the street at a wedding party in the Turkish city of Gaziantep, about 40 km (25 miles) from the Syrian border.

seven killed in attack on Somalia’s CID headquarters

Mogadishu: At least seven people, including two attackers, were killed in a bombing and shooting attack by the Islamist al Shabaab group on Somalia’s Criminal Investigation Department (CID) headquarters on Sunday, police said.

US set to renew, but tweak, sanctions against Myanmar

US lawmakers of both parties have also urged Obama to renew the sanctions authority that expires on May 20. The US business lobby says it is high time to drop the remaining US sanctions on Myanmar, but human rights activists and US lawmakers say not so fast.

Powerful earthquake kills 77 in Ecuador

Ecuador’s strongest earthquake in decades killed at least 77 people and injured hundreds more, devastating coastal towns and sending residents fleeing to higher ground on Saturday night.

Four killed in crash of medical helicopter in Alabama

Reuters : Four people, including a patient who was being airlifted from the scene of a car accident, were killed on Saturday when a medical services helicopter crashed in Alabama, authorities said.The Life Flight helicopter with four people on board crashed in a wooded area in Coffee County,

Visit Nepal Again: Prince Harry

Kathmandu, March 21 : British Royal Prince Harry has visited different places of Kathmandu valley. He arrived here Saturday for a five-day official visit. He paid his respects to those who perished in the earthquake last year, saying he would do whatever possible to shine a spotlight on the resolve and resilience of the Nepali people.

Oli starts China visit leading a jumbo team

Kathmandu, March 21 : Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has started his China visit leading a jumbo team from Sunday. He left for China on Sunday leading a 98 -member delegation of ministers, secretaries, lawmakers, businessmen and journalists. Chinese side had said it would extend hospitality to 11 officials during the visit.

'Selfie point': Twitter reacts to Narendra Modi wax statue

The company said that the statue would allow guests to stand \"shoulder to shoulder\" with Mr Modi and even grab a selfie with him. It added that Mr Modi had a \"massive social media presence\" and there was \"intense public interest\" in him.

Email inventor Ray Tomlinson dies at 74

Internet pioneer Ray Tomlinson, who is credited with the invention of email, has died at the age of 74. The US computer programmer came up with the idea of electronic messages that could be sent from one network to another in 1971.

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