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  • UN stands in solidarity with cyclone-hit India: UN chief

    United Nations: United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has expressed sadness at the loss of lives and devastation caused by Cyclone Titli in India and said that the Organisation was ready to provide assistance. In a statement issued by his office, Mr Guterres said the UN 'stands...

  • Money laundering case: Interim bail of ex-president Zardari, others extended

    Islamabad, A banking court in Pakistan has extended interim pre-arrest bail of former president Asif Zardari, his sister Faryal Talpur and 13 others in a money laundering case till November 13. All the accused are booked in a case pertaining to money laundering of Rs 4.14 billion...

  • Sexual violence reported at workplace in Bangladesh

    Dhaka: When Bangladesh has earned the appreciation for empowering women after becoming a role model for development in the world, at the same time, incident of rapes and violence against women at private workplace dented the Country's image. Such untoward incident has been disclosed...

  • Bypolls : PTI front runner despite losing seats

    Islamabad, The ruling Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) and the opposition Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has managed to win most of the seats in by-elections on 11 National and 24 provincial assembly seats, with the PML-N seems to be edging past the PTI in Punjab. Most of the seats...

  • Russia Defence Ministry to probe firing ranges in Croatia, Ireland

    Moscow: Russia Defence military experts will hold inspections of firing ranges on the territories of Croatia and Ireland between October 15 and 18. 'In the period between October 15 and 18, Russian military inspectors will be on its mission on the territories of two European countries,...

  • No info whether N Korea producing new missiles : Trump

    Washington, US President Donald Trump said Washington has no information at the moment whether North Korea is working on the production of new missiles. 'We really don't know,' President Trump said in an interview with CBS television channel. 'Let's say the answer is yes, okay? In the...

  • Three people killed in a plane crash in Germany

    Berlin, A small plane has crashed in central Germany, killing two women and a boy. The plane crashed into a crowd in the western German state of Hesse on Sunday, the police said. The plane was trying to gain height after a failed landing and crashed through an airport fence onto a...

  • Twin bombings rock Somalia, 20 dead

    Mogadishu, At least 20 people are dead and 50 others wounded in a multiple suicide blast at Baidoa in Somalia. A man wearing an explosive device walked into Beder restaurant on Friday and blew himself up, Aljazeera reported. Shortly after the first blast, another bomber blew him up at the...

  • Princess Eugenie ties the knot with Jack Brooksbank

    London: Princess Eugenie has married her long-term partner Jack Brooksbank at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle. Around 40 members of the Royal family, including the Queen and Prince Philip, plus a number of celebrities attended the royal wedding on Friday,reports BBC. Everyone cheered as the...

  • Princess Eugenie ties the knot with Jack Brooksbank

    London: Princess Eugenie has married her long-term partner Jack Brooksbank at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle. Around 40 members of the Royal family, including the Queen and Prince Philip, plus a number of celebrities attended the royal wedding on Friday,reports BBC. Everyone cheered as the...

  • Imran disqualification case : Pak SC schedules hearing on Oct 18

    Islamabad, Supreme Court of Pakistan will hear the review petition on October 18, regarding a disqualification case which earlier exonerated Prime Minister Imran Khan. The review petition was filed by Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Hanif Abbasi in November last year, who...

  • Terrorism remains threat to global prosperity: India at SCO

    New Delhi/Dushanbe: Raising concern over expanding footprint of terrorism across the globe, India on Friday said terrorism remains the most overwhelming threat to global peace and prosperity. Addressing the members of Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Heads of Government, External...

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