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  • Strong quake in Japan; kills 3

    Tokyo, A 5. 3 magnitude quake struck off Osaka city in Japan on Monday morning, killing at least three people and injuring 73 others. The quake hit Osaka, on Japan's main Honshu Island, around 0430 hrs IST, according to the US Geological Survey (USGS). The Japan Meteorology...

  • Man who tried entering Kulsoom Nawaz's hospital room arrested

    Islamabad, London police has arrested a man and started interrogating him after he tried entering former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's wife Kulsoom Nawaz's hospital room. The arrest was made on Saturday and the accused was identified as Naveed Farooq. According to reports, security...

  • Man who tried entering Kulsoom Nawaz's hospital room arrested

    Islamabad, ) London police has arrested a man and started interrogating him after he tried entering former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's wife Kulsoom Nawaz's hospital room. The arrest was made on Saturday and the accused was identified as Naveed Farooq. According to reports, security...

  • PML-N fields candidates for 31 NA seats in Sindh

    Islamabad: Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) has announced its candidates for 31 constituencies of the National Assembly in Sindh out of 61. The candidates include PML-N president and former Punjab province chief minister Mian Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif, who filed nomination papers for NA-249...

  • VHP, BD religious militant organisations, claims CIA

    New York: The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has classified the hardliner Indian organisations Vishwa Hindu Parisha (VHP) and Bajrang Dal as "militant religious outfits". The CIA annually publishes a "World Factbook" that feeds intelligence or factual reference material on a country or...

  • Nawaz Sharif's wife Kulsoom suffers cardiac arrest

    Islamabad: Ailing wife of former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Kulsoom Nawaz, suffered a cardiac arrest in the intensive care unit of a London hospital on Thursday. Ms Kulsoom collapsed in the ICU after a cardiac arrest and had not regained consciousness since. She was being kept on the...

  • India advises Maldives Govt to release all political prisoners

    New Delhi: India has once again advised the Maldivian Government to release the political prisoners and restore credibility of the electoral and political processes in the island nation. In a statement here on Wednesday Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) expressed deep dismay over sentencing of...

  • Health payments pushing people into poverty, even in high-income countries

    Copenhagen) A new WHO study shows evidence that health payments (paying for medicines and health services) are unaffordable for many people and cause financial hardship across the WHO European Region, including in high-income countries. The estimates prepared with data from 25 countries show...

  • Trump-Kim summit: NK commits to 'work towards complete denuclearisation'

    Singapore: North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has committed Pyongyang to "work towards" the denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula in an agreement signed with Donald Trump in Singapore, according to the reports emanating from Singapore on Tuesday. It also commits the two countries "peace and...

  • Trump to hold meeting with Singapore PM Loong today

    Sentosa island (Singapore), : US President Donald Trump will today (Monday, June 11) hold a meeting with Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.The historic US-North Korea summit will take place on Tuesday (June 12).The meeting between the two leaders will be followed by expanded bilateral...

  • PM Modi meets heads of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Mongolia

    Qingdao : In an effort to further deepen India's bilateral ties, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday held separate meetings with the head of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Mongolia. In a series of tweets, Mr Modi said, "India attaches great significance to ties with Kazakhstan. Had a wonderful...

  • Nepal: 16 parties yet to submit poll expense details

    Kathmandu, Sixteen Nepali political parties have not submitted election expenditure details to the Election Commission raising questions of accountability, according to a report in THe Himalayan Times on Sunday. Section 24 of Election Commission Act stipulates that political parties and...

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