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London: 7 MPs quit UK's Labour Party over Brexit

Britain's Opposition Labour Party suffered a jolt on Monday as seven anti-Brexit MPs quit the party in protest against its leader Jeremy Corbyn's approach to issues including Brexit and anti-Semitism...

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Sophisticated cyber-attack creates a tense situation for Australia's major political parties

Australia's major political parties have been hit by a sophisticated cyber-attack from a foreign country that also targeted the networks of federal parliament. Liberal, Labor and National Party platforms were hacked during a breach of the Australian Parliament House network earlier this month...

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Pulwama terror haunts Pakistan! From Afghanistan to Iran, countries lodge strong protest in UNSC against Pakistan for soiling terrorism

After Iran accused Pakistan of supporting the suicide bombers that killed 27 Revolutionary guards on Wednesday, Afghanistan has protested against Islamabad to the UN Security Council. The permanent mission of Afghanistan to the United Nations has complained about Islamabad’s dealings with the Taliban in violation of Afghanistan’s sovereignty...

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Global digital giants Google and Facebook may face surprise New Zealand tax

Highly digitized companies, such as those offering social media networks, trading platforms, and online advertising, currently earn a significant income from New Zealand consumers without being liable for income tax. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has now confirmed the move. Says the move is about "fairness and balance in the tax system"...

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Paying huge for the crime they committed; India cites 200% hike on custom duty imports from Pakistan

The first blow for Pakistan was when India withdrew Pakistan’s name from the Most Favoured Nations and the next blow came when the Union government hiked the basic customs duty on all goods imported from the neighbouring country to 200 percent with immediate effect. Promising the citizens, the government had cited that the neighbouring country Pakistan will have to pay a price for the crime they committed. ..

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Its India v/s Pakistan again, ICJ holds public hearing of Kulbhushan Jadhav commencing today

As the strained relations between India and Pakistan rise, the public hearing in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case will commence from Monday before the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the principal judicial organ of the United Nations, at the Peace Palace in The Hague. The hearings at the ICJ is taking place four days after the dastardly act of Pakistan backed JeM attacking CRPF jawans. ..

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Pulwama: Pakistan’s reaction and India’s options

While coming to terms with the horrific terrorist attack on a CRPF convoy at Pulwama, Kashmir, it becomes important to see Pakistan’s reaction to the carnage that it has sponsored. Pakistan has taken military, political and diplomatic actions with such clinical precision that can only be the outcome of previous knowledge of an incident or good experience in dealing with such issues...

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Bizarre..! UN designated terrorist Hafiz Saeed starts journalism school in Pakistan; is journalism more fatal than terrorism?

With time, Pakistan has signified how low it can go as a nation which only supports and soil terrorism in its land. First, by allowing a designated terrorist to fight elections, and now, allowed a terrorist to teach journalism as well. Yes you read that right! The United Nations designated terrorist group Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) under the leadership of Hafiz Saeed has started a journalism school right in the heart of Pakistan's Lahore city...

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New sanctions from the US can create a hurdle for the Russian economy

United States of America senators are planning to impose sanctions on a few Russian companies. “These sanctions affect our economy. They will not cause major damage, and we still continue to go our own way. But there is no doubt that it does not help us, and sometimes makes development difficult.” Said, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev while talking to a TV channel...

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Nation have proud on you, Indian Origin Professor Faizel appointed as director of renowned Academic Institute in South Africa

Indian Diaspora is diverse as India. Achievements of Indian in foreign lands are always a subject of appreciation and proud. India is feeling proud today for Prof. Faizel Ismail, who will take charge as the director of the University of Cape Town’s (UCT) Nelson Mandela School of Public Governance from Prof. Alan Hirsch in July...

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Zimbabwe gold miners risked their lives in search of gold

At least 60 illegal gold miners were missing feared dead in Zimbabwe on Friday after water flooded two disused shafts in a mining town southwest of Harare, a government minister said. Between 60-70 miners were in the two shafts when they were flooded on Tuesday, Local Government Minister July Moyo said...

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Chinese FM Wang Yi writes to Sushma Swaraj condemning #PulwamaAttack; Condemns Terrorism but not terrorists

After the Chinese note on firmly denying the proposal to label the JeM head Azhar a global terrorist, the state councillor and FM Wang Yi officially wrote to the EAM Sushma Swaraj condemning the terrorist attack in Pulwama, where 44 jawans posted in Jammu and Srinagar sector got martyred...

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With ‘critical year’ for climate action, UN announces a roadmap to Climate Summit in 2019

“2019 is a critical year, the “Last Chance” for the international community to take effective action on climate change”, General Assembly President Maria Espinosa on Thursday, while announcing the UN’s roadmap to the Climate Summit in September 2019...

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Expressing strong condemn, UN Antonio Guterres gave clarion call against terrorists in Pulwama attack, says, "bring them to justice"

Antonio Guterres “Strongly” condemned the terror attack against security personnel in J&K’s Pulwama district, enacted by Pakistan based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed, and took a powerful stand against this terrorist attack and called for those behind the attack to be brought to justice...

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Russia, New Zealand and Australia stand strongly with India and its soldiers who became victims of Pakistan sponsored terrorism

Brave Indians and friends across the world stand with soldiers who gave whole and soul for the nation. Brave Indians and friends across the world stand with soldiers who gave whole and soul for the nation ..

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Caught in the lenses..! This chilling video highlights the atrocities on Balochistan as Pakistan Army relentlessly kills unarmed man

In a heart wrenching video shared by a political activist from the Free Balochistan Movement, shows the Pakistani army brutally killing an unarmed Baloch man, after dragging him out of his house at an undisclosed location here in Balochistan and relentlessly firing at the man for unknown reasons...

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Russia warns US citing international pressure on Venezuela’s politics

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warns his US counterpart Mike Pompeo against any American interference in Venezuela which is facing a major leadership crisis...

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Don’t worry would be Mrs. NRI, India introduced a bill for the protection of women in NRI marriage

On Monday, Sushma Swaraj introduced revolutionary Bill on Registration of Marriage of Non-Resident of India in Rajya Sabha. The objective of Bill is to create more accountability and offer more protection against the exploitation of Indian women in their NRI spouses...

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Abu Dhabi declaring Hindi as official language in courts will make justice more accessible: Sushma Swaraj

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has said, Abu Dhabi declaring Hindi as one of the official languages in its courts will make the justice delivery system simpler and more accessible to Indian expatriates in that country. In a tweet, Swaraj thanked Abu Dhabi for their decision...

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Hitting back at remark on minorities in India, India said Pak PM lacks understanding about India’s secularism

India slammed Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan for his remarks on minorities in India, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) has said that India has leaders of all faiths who occupy highest Constitutional and official positions. The MEA said that Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan lacks understanding about India's secular polity...

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IMF chief Christine Lagarde warns Britain on Brexit challenge

The head of the International Monetary Fund warned Sunday that the British exit from the European Union means it “will never be as good as it is now” for the country’s economy...

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Abu Dhabi includes Hindi as third official court language

In a major development, Judicial Department of Abu Dhabi has decided to include Hindi as the third official court language after Arabic and English...

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Australia's parliament shaken..! hackers forced the authority to reset passwords on its computer network

Australia's parliament had to reset all the passwords on its computer network Thursday after an unknown attacker tried to hack into the system...

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India sternly refutes China spokie's expansionist jibes; says China knows Arunachal 'inalienable' part of india

The Indian Government has rubbed off the China’a objection over the Prime Minister’s visit to Arunachal Pradesh saying that the state of Arunachal Pradesh is an integral part of India. "Indian leaders visit Arunachal Pradesh from time to time, as they visit other parts of India. This consistent position has been conveyed to the Chinese side on several occasions”, added the MEA spokesperson Ravish Kumar in response to a media query on Chinese MFA’s statement, earlier in the morning. ..

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So Arrogant..Citing 'Short notice of hearing' Twitter CEO declines to answer parliamentary committee

Parliamentary Committee on IT that had summoned Twitter CEO and top officials to discussed over the issue of safeguarding citizens’ rights on social media platform, but citing “short notice of hearing”, Twitter CEO and top official denied to answer the committee on Saturday...

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Strong scientific foundation needed in building new mechanisms of economic, scientific, technological growth: President Putin on Russian Science Day

President Vladimir Putin said, I would like to stress once again that all our national projects require a strong scientific foundation, including the tasks of Russia’s spatial development, building new mechanisms of economic, scientific, technological growth across its vast territory...

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Bridges of Friendship: Stealth frigate INS Trikand participates in a multinational maritime exercise

Maritime forces from East Africa, West Indian Ocean nations, Europe, and the United States, as well as several international organizations, took part in the ‘CUTLASS EXPRESS’ exercise. ..

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Glad trade tidings.. India achieves its highest ever exports to China..!

Although the bilateral relationship between India and China face economic competitions that have at times strained around, the bilateral trade have however flourished in the year underway. The Indian department of commerce have declared that India is poised to achieve its highest ever exports to China this fiscal...

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France recalls Italy envoy amid war of words over yellow vests

France recalled its ambassador to Rome on Thursday in a move unprecedented since World War II saying it was fed up with "repeated, baseless" attacks by Italian political leaders on the country...

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P V Sindhu’s new smash to commercial Li Ning Brand

Olympic and World Championship silver medallist P V Sindhu has signed four-year sports sponsorship deal in the tune of Rs 50 crore with Chinese sports brand Li Ning...

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Finally, NRI’s wait is over: Two new bills introduced in House and Senate to remove per-country Green Card limits

The news about waiting lists of NRI in the USA for a green card is not new for us, but soon this wait will be over, with the support of top companies from silicon valley like Google, two new identical bills introduced in House and Senate for removal of pre-country Green card limits. ..

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Health injury is not a hurdle for strong willing Mirabai Chanu; notched up a gold medal at the EGAT Cup in Thailand

World champion Indian weightlifter Saikhom Mirabai Chanu, today notched up a gold medal at the EGAT Cup in Thailand, making a strong comeback from the lower back injury that kept her out of action for more than half of 2018...

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Huge international pressure compelled Pakistan to release illegally detained Pashtun activist Gulalai Ismail

Pressurised by international groups, Pashtun rights activist Gulalai Ismail was been released by the police in Pakistan's capital Islamabad, a day after she was arrested along with 17 others for holding a protest in the city. International rights group asked Pakistani authorities to investigate the death of a human rights activist leader Arman Loni while in police custody and release other activists arrested for protesting his alleged killing...

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ISIS caliphate has been decimated, says US Prez Trump

US President Donald Trump has said that he expected the ISIS extremists to lose all their remaining territory in Syria in around a week. He said the US military, its coalition partners and the Syrian Democratic Forces have liberated virtually all of the territory previously held by ISIS in Syria and Iraq...

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Another clear wake-up call to the world: Guterres Emphasizes climate action urgency after WMO confirms record global warming

“Temperatures are only part of the story. Extreme and high impact weather affected many countries and millions of people”, stated UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres After new data released by the UN World Metrological Organization (WMO) showing the past four years were official “Four warmest on Record”...

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Trumps Himalayan blunder in Afghanistan and India’s options

Among the many disasters that have marked the presidency of Donald Trump, his Afghanistan policy will stand out in history as the most catastrophic. Trump has, right from his campaign for the presidency, rooted for total withdrawal from Afghanistan. No issues with this, since America has realised the blunder that it committed in 2001 by entering Afghanistan and has been trying, since long, to find an honourable way out. It is something that Barak Obama also desired but could not achieve. ..

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Modi wishes happiness, wealth and health to every Chinese person for new year; Chinese envoy feels 'delighted'

Being culturally rich, India has many neighbours with whom it has traditionally maintained welcoming and good neighbourly relations, especially with China. Citing the occasion of the Chinese new year on Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted the Chinese people wishing them a happy and prosperous Year of the Pig...

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Hindu girl Rajkumari murdered for refusing forceful conversion and marriage; Pakistan remains a Hell for minorities

Killed in the quest to stand up for herself and refusing to get married to a Muslim boy, Rajkumari Talreja was killed by Muslim man named Agha Salar in Shikarpur Sindh. Rajkumari Talreja refused to marry and get converted into Islam. Pakistan continues to remain a land of hell for Hindu minorities...

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Trump to meet North Korean leader on Feb 27th & 28th in Vietnam

US President Donald Trump today announced that he will hold the second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Vietnam on February 27th and 28th. The announcement came during his second State of the Union Address to the US Congress...

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IORA’s work plan is a bond between member countries for strengthening cooperation for disaster management

Indian Ocean Rim Association is an inter-governmental organization and has many disaster-prone countries among its 22 members and nine dialogue partners...

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On Safer Internet Day, let’s check the health of our online world

On February 5, the world celebrates Safer Internet Day for raising the awareness of both a safer and better internet for everyone. Annual, a global campaign from last 16 years this day celebrated with aim of “Together for a better internet”...

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Still time for Brexit solution: German Chancellor Angela Merkel

There is still time to find a solution to the impasse on Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said in Japan today...

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Baloch’s justice uproar on global platform; demands release of Baloch activist Rashid Hussain arrested by UAE police

While some Baloch youths are fortunate to escape from the brutalities, others are becoming victims and targets of grave danger. Rashid Hussain, a 23-year-old Baloch student and a social media activist who was arrested and taken to an undisclosed place by UAE secret agencies on 26th December 2018, while he was on a routine commute to work from Sharjah to Dubai. Baloch people around the globe have been demanding his release and have raised their voice against the inhuman practices of abduction and torture ..

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Wetlands are an only natural solution to Climate Change; World is celebrating #WorldWetLandDay

World Wetland Day celebrates annually on February 2nd, marking the date of the adoption of the Convention on Wetlands on February 2, 1971...

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We are always with you; The Indian Embassy opened a hotline for detained students in the US

With the commitment of safety of overseas Indians, the Indian embassy in the US has opened 24/7 Hotline to assist the students who are arrested by American authorities in Pay-and-Stay University visa scam...

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The US to pull out nuclear arms control treaty with Russia: Trump administration

The Trump administration announced Friday that the United States will pull out of a nuclear arms control treaty with Russia, ending a cornerstone Cold War agreement and raising fears of a new nuclear arms race in Europe and Asia...

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Refusing to nudge, China slyly hints India on signing NPT to enter NSG

Keeping its stance very evident on the international platform, China indirectly signalled on its refusal to dilute its stand on India’s entry into the elite Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), asserting that the countries must sign the Non-Proliferation Treaty to gain entry as there is no precedent for the inclusion of non-NPT countries...

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Skirting U.S. sanctions, Europe sets up transactions channel with Iran

Germany, France and the UK have set up a payment channel with Iran called INSTEX, to help continue trade and circumvent US sanctions...

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With travel ban, UN extended Arms Embargo for CAR

Due to increasing disturbances and attack on Human rights in the Central African Republic, the UN Security Council decided to extend its sanctions regime on the CAR, which includes arm embargo, travel ban and assets freeze until 31 January 2020 on Thursday...

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Two neighbours, one common aim: Working on counter terrorism; India, China strengthen relations

India and China extending the extant relations, conducted the 8th meeting of India - China Joint Working Group on Counter terrorism, it being held in Beijing on 29th and 30th of January this year. ..

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Simple and smart changes for H-1B cap-subject petitioners: Donald Trump's new H1-B system

“The simple and smart changes are a positive benefit for employers, the foreign workers they seek to employ, and the agency's adjudicators, helping the H-1B visa programme work better,” said USCIS Director Francis Cissna...

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Away from home, Republic Day marked by UN Indian peacekeepers in South Sudan

As the alert peacekeepers started to celebrate with dance and songs and the performances of incredible acrobatics, the crowds of their Indian and international UN colleagues quickly joined them for remarkable India’s Republic Day celebration in South Sudan...

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Cruelty at worse: Situation turns gross as armed gunmen cowardly attack Balochistan police offices

Creating an unstable situation, a shootout took place between police and armed gunmen in Pakistan’s restive southwestern province of Balochistan on Tuesday. The firefight occurred after three gunmen entered police offices in Loralai district and threw hand grenades. ..

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Proud Indian women power is a milestone in UN peacekeeping activities

On a special request from United Nations and direction of Indian Ministry of Home Affairs, a fully formed Female Police Unit (FFPU) was formed up with Mahila CRPF personnel which was further deployed in Liberia during Feb 2007, as part of a UN peacekeeping force in the strife-torn African nation...

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Australia is preparing for the forthcoming thrill for the ICC T20 World Cup 2020

The fixtures for the ICC T20 World Cup Australia 2020 were revealed in Sydney, Australia on Tuesday morning. For the first time, the women’s and men’s T20 World Cups will be held as standalone events in the same year and in the same country...

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A strong warning from White House to Venezuela, ‘No harm to “Guaido”

The tension between USA and Venezuela was raising every day. “Let me reiterate, there will be serious for those who attempt to subvert democracy and harm Guaido” warning from Trump’s national security advisor John Bolton is another attempt to stop Venezuelan crisis...

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UK Parliament approves Brexit amendment on replacing Irish backstop

In Britain, lawmakers voted in favor of an amendment in BREXIT plan seeking alternative arrangements to replace the Irish border arrangement known as the Irish backstop...

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Rising from the dark: Suman Bodani becomes Pakistan’s first ever female Hindu Judge

When they say hard work pays off, it really does! Hailing from a Hindu minority community in Pakistan, Suman Pawan Bodani, has made her place significant by becoming the first ever Hindu Female Civil Judge. Daughter of Dr. Pawan Podani, Suman belongs to the rural area of Shahdadkot in Sindh. She stood 54th in the merit list for the appointment of civil judge and judicial magistrate...

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Pitching on education for all, India hands over two new constructed schools to Sri Lanka

Stepping up its efforts in boosting development and infrastructure aid to its southern neighbour Sri Lanka, India in a latest has constructed two new schools in Jaffna. With this move, the two countries have fortified their relations in the educational infrastructure development. ..

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New twist in US-China relation, US filed charges against Huawei and CFO Meng Wanzhou

The US-China relation is going through many twists and turns. The meeting between both heads of state is lined up in this week, on this context, US Justice Department had filed a host of criminal charges against Huawei and its Chief Financial officer Meng Wanzhou...

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USA’s strong move against Venezuelan government: imposed sanctions on PDVSA

The Trump administration took a more aggressive step against Venezuela crisis. On 28 January, Sanctions are imposed on the state-own oil company, PDVSA to pressurize President Nicolas Maduro to surrender power to the opposition...

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Social media sites could face ban in U.K. over harmful content

U.K. Health Secretary Matt Hancock has warned that social media companies could face a ban if they fail to remove harmful content focusing on self-harm and suicide...

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'Bharat Bhagya Vidhata' in China..!!

With the neighbouring nation, China celebrating 70th Republic day of India, the Indian Embassy in China hosted a reception with Ambassador Vikram Misri addressing the gathering of Chinese and foreign guests. Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Zhang Hanhui meanwhile participated as the Chief Guest...

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74 years ago, Auschwitz was liberated

On Sunday, 27 January, the world remembered each and every Jew who was a victim of the Holocaust in WWII on International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The Holocaust, biggest and darkest phase of modern history, which have a deep scar in many minds still today...

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Continuing its commitment, Sri Lankan Prez Sirisena flags off new train supplied by India

It’s not about strengthening relations on political grounds, it’s maintaining relations with solidifying people to people-oriented development. Connecting through distance, Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena flagged off a new train supplied by India. The train, self-propelled Diesel Multiple Unit (DMU), was procured under Indian concessional financing by Sri Lanka Railways. ..

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Voice for the voiceless: Baloch activists strong awareness campaign highlights issues of missing people

It is not an unknown or a concealed subject, Balochistan, the most restive province of Pakistan has for years been captive of the atrocities forced on them by Pakistan. Throwing light on the plight of the people, Baloch Republican Party (BRP) workers held a seven-day awareness campaign outside the United Kingdom Prime Minister's office in London to highlight the unending killings, enforced disappearances, and alleged human rights violations in Baluchistan...

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Loved ones have ‘ very low’ hope for their relatives survived a tsunami of an iron ore mine in Brazil

Brumadinho dam in Brazil burst on Friday. Where 'Very low' hope for hundreds missing in the disaster. The Civil Defense office in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais has raised the number of confirmed deaths in a dam collapse to 58. More than 300 people are still missing ..

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Extended High Josshh..!! Celebrating Republic day beyond the seas..!

The Indian Community in China have alike oathed to bridge the gap between the two nations. Citing the occasion of 70th Republic day in India, the Indian Embassy positioned in Beijing celebrated the day with Ambassador Vikram Misri unfurling the tricolour there. He read the President’s excerpts message to the nation for the community...

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Niagara Falls region freezes as storm system sweeps through North America

We have heard that due to severe cold lakes freeze, small ponds freeze but this is a bit new to eyes that the whole waterfall freeze. One of the biggest waterfalls, Niagara Falls of has frozen out due to extreme weather conditions...

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The world is celebrating first ever #InternationalDayofEducation

“We must do far more to advance sustainable development goals 4, to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all”, said Antonio Guterres on the occasion of first-ever International Education Day...

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A new turn in North Korea-US relations: Kim expressed satisfaction over Trump’s letter

North Korea’s Kim Jong Un expressed ‘great satisfaction’ after a letter from US president Donald Trump before a second summit between these two leaders. Pyongyang’s state media officially reported this satisfaction...

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Strong opposition in Venezuela disrupt its relation with the US

President of Venezuela faced the most direct challenge to his hold on power on Wednesday, when an opposition leader stood in the streets of the capital and declared himself the legitimate president..

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India-Japan food processing industry flourishes leading to equity and inclusiveness

Promoting the understanding of best practices in food processing between the two nations, the Cabinet chaired by PM Narendra Modi has yesterday announced the approval to the Memorandum of Co-operation in the field of food processing sector. ..

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Kamala Harris raises over 1 Million USD within 24 hrs of her presidential bid announcement

In the United States, Kamala Harris, the first Indian-origin Senator, has raised a whopping more than 1 million US Dollar funds within 24 hours after announcing her Presidential bid for 2020...

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Enabling peaceful passage for Sikh pilgrims, India shares coordinates of crossing point of Kartarpur Corridor with Pakistan

Connecting distance of religious beliefs, India and Pakistan took a step forward by constructing the much awaited Kartarpur corridor. Moving ahead with the same, India on Tuesday shared with Pakistan the coordinates of the Kartarpur Corridor crossing point along the International Border with Pakistan to enable Sikh pilgrims to visit Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib in Pakistan...

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A new dawn of economic cooperation: India- Mauritius agree upon critical partnership in various sectors

After the magnificent inauguration of 15th PBD convention, PM Modi and PM Pravind Jugnauth held a warm and productive discussion on the margins of PBD 2019...

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Bhaag Milkha Bhaag.. now Milkha to run across China..!

Boosting the cultural ties with India , the Chinese have decided to showcase some Indian best releases in the plate of the Chinese audiences. Spreading the Bollywood fever, a biographical film on the life of Olympian Milkha Singh ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ is scheduled to screen with chinese subtitles on January month end at Swami Vivekanand Culture Centre of the Indian Embassy aligned there...

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'Talking trade', India-China trade relations bloom..!

India and China developing over the extant trade relations, concluded their two day discourse over the progress made under Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership negotiations and efforts to strengthen bilateral trade with his counterpart. Indian Commerce Secretary Anup Wadhawan, on his two day official visit to Beijing, also had a brief interaction with Indian IT and pharma companies present in China...

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Kerch Strait witnessed major fire on gas tanker amid international sanctions on illegal trading

Department of Shipping RosMorRechFlot (Ministry of Transport, Russia), said that there was an explosion followed by fire on board of gas tanker during STS operation, the fire spread to another tanker. ..

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Providing modern infrastructural facilities, India and Sri Lanka etch pact to renovate Swami Vipulananda Institute

Fulfilling promises of development assistance, India and Sri Lanka etch a pact to provide modern infrastructural facilities to Swami Vipulananda Institute of Aesthetic Studies, Eastern University in Batticaloa District of Sri Lanka...

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Egypt: Security forces kill 14 militants in operation in Sinai

Egyptian security forces say they've killed 14 militants and seized a ton of explosives in an operation in the restive northern part of the Sinai Peninsula...

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Committing towards ‘Neighbour First’ policy, India hands over 150 newly developed houses to beneficiaries in Sri Lanka

Strengthening camaraderie and living up to the policy of ‘Neighbours First’, India on Sunday handed over 150 newly developed houses under the Indian Housing Project to beneficiaries in Nuwara Eliya. India's collaboration with Srilankan government under Model Villages Housing Program stands at 2400 houses in 100 model villages...

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US, North Korea decides to hold second summit next month

US President Donald Trump will hold a second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in late February on dismantling Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programmes...

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EU publishes its negotiating plans for a free trade deal with US

The European Union on Friday published its negotiating plans for a free trade deal with the United States, part of an effort to avert a trade war with US President Donald Trump...

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Pride on the “Pagdi”: Gurinder Singh Khalsa gets awarded for his commitment towards Sikh community in USA

For his glorious attempt in conserving pride and dignity for his community, Indian-American philanthropist and entrepreneur, Gurinder Singh Khalsa, has been presented with the prestigious Rosa Park Trailblazer award. Khalsa ran a campaign that forced US authorities change their policy towards headgear of the Sikh community...

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India and Pakistan should engage in “meaningful dialogue”: UN Secretary-General

“I hope that the importance of both India and Pakistan is such in international affairs, I hope that the two countries will be able to engage in a meaningful dialogue”, said Antonio Guterres, UN Secretary-General...

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#15thPBD: Varanasi is all set for embracing homecoming NRIs

The 15th “Pravasi Bhartiya Divas” or PBD Convention is going to start on 21st January in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. For this glorious and huge celebration of this festival, the Varanasi is all set up with preparations...

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Proud moment!! Vinesh Phogat becomes first Indian athlete nominated for Laureus Sports Award

Vinesh has been nominated in “Laureus World Sporting Comeback” category for the year 2019..

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India-US will have Missile Defense Cooperation in Future: Pentagon’s announcement in a recent report

In recent time, India is emerging as one of the strong power in the Indo-Pacific region. Acknowledging this, Trump’s administration has discussed a potential missile defense cooperation with India as a part of its efforts to deepen the bilateral strategic partnership...

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U.S. House passes bill to reopen government; President Trump says he’ll veto it

The U.S. House of Representatives has passed a measure to reopen the federal government through February 8. The Democratic bill was approved 237-187 on Wednesday, mostly along party lines, but appears dead on arrival in the Republican-controlled Senate. The measure also provided approval for $14 billion in emergency spending for recent hurricanes, wildfires and other natural disasters...

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On the death of fisherman, Tamil Nadu CM strongly criticized the Sri Lankan Navy

Tamil Nadu CM K. Palaniswami strongly condemned the Sri Lankan Navy for chasing away two Indian fishing boats which ultimately resulted into death of one fisherman...

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Today Life values are under attack around the globe: UN Secretary General

Peace. Justice. Human Dignity. Tolerance and Solidarity- Today values are under attack around the globe”, said Antonio Guterres, Secretary General while addressing UNGA on Wednesday...

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An asthmatic becomes world’s youngest to climb the tallest 7 volcanic peaks

“I played the national anthem on the summit,” Siddhanta told journalists over a satellite phone after returning to camp. “It’s very cold and overcast here. I suspect I have sustained frostbite on my fingers.”..

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Now its time to keep self-interest aside, work for National interest: PM Theresa May

May won by 325 votes to 306 - a majority of 19, averting a general election. After her win, Ms May called on MPs to put self-interest aside and work constructively together to find a way forward for Brexit...

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Indian Diaspora; Force behind “New India”

Diaspora India Media and Communication (DIMC) organized a high powered panel discussion on the “Role of Indian Diaspora in Nation’s Socio-Economic Development,” at Ambedkar International center, New Delhi...

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Fishermen in Tamil Nadu go on indefinite strike after Sri Lankan navy apprehend 19 fishermen

Following the arrest of 19 fishermen by the Sri Lankan Army, hundreds of fishermen from Tamil Nadu went on indefinite strike to protest arrests by Sri Lankan authorities on Monday. Over two dozen fishermen hailing from Pudukkottai, Nagapattinam and Rameswaram were arrested by Sri Lankan navy while they were fishing mid-sea last week. ..

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Move beyond uncertainty into brighter future: Feelings of British people says PM Theresa May

Over 100 lawmakers of Theresa May's Conservative party - both Brexiteers and Remainders - overwhelmingly voted against the deal..

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Let's meet the 'Yoga Masters' from China; first batch of post graduates out..!

‘Yoga is not only an ancient myth buried in oblivion but is the most valuable inheritance of the present. It is the essential need of today and the culture of tomorrow’, is the narrative which genuinely defines the significance of the art, even beyond the borders. The Indian origin of Yoga have anyway reached afar the nations, strengthening the Yogic power amidst...

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What actually people want to know; Wikipedia's top English searches of 2018 revealed

Wikipedia's top English searches of 2018 have revealed that people wanted to know more about royals, celebrities and film, and television...

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US would ‘devastate’ Turkey economically if attack Kurdish forces: Trump’s threat to NATO allied country

US Donald Trump has threatened to devastate Turkey economically if it attacks Kurdish forces in Syria following a planned pullout of American troops...

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