28 Jan 2021
Pamela Anderson uninstalls 'brain controlling' social media from her life
Pamela Anderson has taken a decision that might be good for her well-being but really bad for her fans across all age groups.
07 Jan 2021
Assange loses bid for bail as he awaits extradition appeal
Julian Assange on Wednesday lost his bid to be released from prison in London on bail as a UK judge ruled that it was only fair to first allow the US authorities to appeal against an order blocking his extradition on espionage charges.
12 Apr 2020
Julian Assange had 2 kids with lawyer in Ecuadorian embassy
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange got engaged and fathered two children while living inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London, his lawyer-fiancée has revealed.
13 Mar 2020
WikiLeaks source Chelsea Manning ordered free from prison; fined $256,000
Former United States Army soldier Chelsea Manning was released from prison on Thursday on the orders of a federal court in Virginia.
17 Sep 2019
Data of most Ecuadorean citizens leaked, including 6.7 million children
In a shocking development, a major security breach has been reported which has leaked personal data of almost the entire population of Ecuador online.
12 Jun 2019
Nirav Modi's fourth bail plea rejected by UK court
On Wednesday, the Royal Courts of Justice denied the bail application of fugitive businessman Nirav Modi. This was the fourth time that Modi, a prime accused in multi-crore PNB scam, approached a court seeking respite.
01 May 2019
WikiLeaks founder sentenced to 50-weeks jail for skipping bail
In a major development, Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, has been sentenced to 50 weeks in the UK prison for breaching bail conditions.
11 Apr 2019
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange arrested after Ecuador withdrew asylum status
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested on Thursday by British police after Ecuador denied to provide him asylum indefinitely. Assange, who has grown a beard, was forcefully taken into a police vehicle.
06 Apr 2019
UN expert to visit Assange, assess violation of privacy claims
An independent rights expert will visit WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange at the Ecuadoran embassy in London to assess whether privacy violation claims involving him merit investigation, the UN rights office said Thursday.
22 Dec 2018
UN to Britain: Let Julian Assange leave Ecuador embassy freely
On Friday, UN rights experts called on British authorities to allow WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to leave the Ecuador embassy in London without fear of arrest or extradition.
21 Oct 2018
Julian Assange sues asylum host Ecuador over 'inhuman' conditions
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is taking legal action against Ecuador, the South American nation that continues to provide him with asylum, for allegedly violating his "fundamental rights and freedoms".
29 Mar 2018
Ecuador blocks Julian Assange's internet access after he 'breaks promise'
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can no longer communicate with the outside world.
29 Mar 2018
2018 TIME 100: Now, you can cast your vote
For years now, TIME magazine has dedicated one of its annual issues to celebrate the most influential personalities from across the globe.
12 Jan 2018
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange given Ecuador citizenship
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is now a citizen of Ecuador, which is also helping him reach a "dignified and just" solution with Britain.
17 Oct 2017
Hillary Clinton: WikiLeaks is a subsidiary of the Russian intelligence
Hillary Clinton still seems bitter about her loss to Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential elections.
14 Jun 2017
German police arrest Dark Web market admin in rare break
On 8th June, the German police arrested the alleged administrator of a Dark Web marketplace from where a gun was purchased and used for the July 2016 shootings in Munich.
19 May 2017
Sweden drops rape investigation into Assange
Sweden's director of public prosecutions Marianne Ny has decided to drop the investigations into allegations of rape against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
19 May 2017
Chelsea Manning, released from prison, celebrates free life
After seven years in prison, former US soldier Chelsea Manning charged over espionage was released on May 16.
03 Apr 2017
Ecuador: Boost for struggling leftists as Moreno wins presidential vote
Leftist government candidate Lenin Moreno won the Ecuador presidential vote on April 2.
10 Mar 2017
WikiLeaks assures support to tech companies after massive CIA leak
After publishing documents on CIA's hacking tools, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said they would work with tech companies to help secure them.
09 Mar 2017
FBI, CIA launch investigation into WikiLeaks' release Vault 7
The FBI and CIA have initiated a criminal investigation into WikiLeaks' publication of thousands of files detailing the CIA's hacking tools, including its alleged capacity to spy through microphones on smartphones and smart TVs.
08 Mar 2017
Biggest CIA secrets leaked in WikiLeaks Vault 7
Once again the US intelligence agencies are under the WikiLeaks scanner.
22 Feb 2017
Tension mounts as Ecuador poll count delayed
Ecuadorians are impatient after the poll count as the country's presidential elections has been delayed by a day or two. Usually, the results are declared on the night of the election.
27 Jan 2017
Manning criticises Obama, Trump
Despite having her sentence commuted, former US President Barack Obama faced Chelsea Manning's ire for leaving a "vulnerable legacy" with "very few permanent accomplishments."
19 Jan 2017
Obama commutes prison term of Chelsea Manning
In January'17, former president Barack Obama commuted Manning's 35-year sentence, a decision that can't be undone by incumbent President Donald Trump.
05 Dec 2016
Modi wins readers' choice for Time person of the year
Sources stated that PM Modi won the readers' choice for Time person of the year, the most influential figure in 2016 among people who voted.
16 Sep 2016
Swedish court upholds Assange arrest warrant
A Swedish appeals court has upheld an arrest warrant against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, over allegations of rape.
24 Aug 2016
The Clinton 'body count': Several mysterious deaths
Multiple reports in the U.S. media suggest nearly three dozen people associated with the Clintons have met with untimely deaths in often suspicious circumstances.
15 Aug 2015
Assange cleared from sexual assault allegation
The sexual assault charge against Julian Assange was dropped by the Swedish prosecutors.