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Pakistan commits to fighting terrorism, seeks 'balanced ties' with world

21 May 2022

India
Pakistan commits to fighting terrorism, seeks 'balanced ties' with world

Pakistan has pledged to eliminate the threat of terrorism and bring complete peace to the country, according to a recent statement released by its Foreign Office (FO).

Was the March crash of China jet deliberate? Details here

18 May 2022

Boeing
Was the March crash of China jet deliberate? Details here

Was the March crash of a China Eastern Airlines plane that killed 123 passengers and nine crew members deliberate?

New York: 10 killed in 'racially-motivated' shooting, suspect arrested

15 May 2022

White House
New York: 10 killed in 'racially-motivated' shooting, suspect arrested

A heavily-armed 18-year-old white man shot 10 people dead and injured three others, most of them Black, at a Buffalo grocery store in New York on Saturday, as per US authorities.

National Apple Pie Day 2022: History, celebrations and more

13 May 2022

Food
National Apple Pie Day 2022: History, celebrations and more

National Apple Pie Day is observed every year on May 13 to celebrate the favorite dessert of the United States of America.

International Nurses Day 2022: The legend that was Florence Nightingale

12 May 2022

Health & Wellness
International Nurses Day 2022: The legend that was Florence Nightingale

International Nurses Day is observed every year on May 12 to celebrate the birth anniversary of Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing.

North Korea test-fires submarine missile amid nuclear test concerns

07 May 2022

South Korea
North Korea test-fires submarine missile amid nuclear test concerns

North Korea launched a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) on Saturday, its second launch in three days after the US warned Pyongyang could be planning a nuclear test.

US: Karine Jean-Pierre named first 'Black' White House press secretary

06 May 2022

Barack Obama
US: Karine Jean-Pierre named first 'Black' White House press secretary

In a historic moment on Thursday, Karine Jean-Pierre became the first Black woman and openly LGBTQ+ person to be appointed as the Press Secretary of the White House.

India wants Russian crude oil for less than $70/barrel: Report

04 May 2022

Ukraine
India wants Russian crude oil for less than $70/barrel: Report

In the light of extremely harsh Western economic sanctions against Russia for its invasion of Ukraine, India is reportedly persuading Moscow to provide further discounts on crude oil.

Russia-Ukraine war: Explosions rock Kyiv again during UN chief's visit

29 Apr 2022

Ukraine
Russia-Ukraine war: Explosions rock Kyiv again during UN chief's visit

In the boldest attack the Ukrainian capital has faced since Russian forces retreated weeks ago, Moscow bombarded targets across several Ukrainian cities, including Kyiv, during United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres's visit on Thursday.

Ilhan Omar on 'personal' Pakistan visit: US after India's condemnation

22 Apr 2022

India
Ilhan Omar on 'personal' Pakistan visit: US after India's condemnation

The United States on Friday clarified that American lawmaker Ilhan Omar was on an "unofficial, personal" Pakistan visit, which doesn't represent the US administration in any way.

Sarmat: Russia tests new nuclear-capable missile, Vladimir Putin warns enemies

21 Apr 2022

Moscow
Sarmat: Russia tests new nuclear-capable missile, Vladimir Putin warns enemies

Russia successfully test-fired its new intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), called the Sarmat, on Wednesday.

Russia-Ukraine war: 'Battle for Donbas' has begun, says President Zelenskyy

19 Apr 2022

Ukraine
Russia-Ukraine war: 'Battle for Donbas' has begun, says President Zelenskyy

Russia is said to have launched a new major offensive in eastern Ukraine, which the latter described as the "second phase of the war."

India also concerned over 'human rights issues' in US: Jaishankar

14 Apr 2022

India
India also concerned over 'human rights issues' in US: Jaishankar

Reacting to the US Secretary of State Antony Blinken's recent remarks on a "rise in human rights abuses" in India, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said India, too, is entitled to have its own views and concerns over the human rights situation in the US.

New York shooting: Manhunt on for 62-year-old 'person of interest'

13 Apr 2022

New York City
New York shooting: Manhunt on for 62-year-old 'person of interest'

The New York City Police launched a manhunt for a 62-year-old man, Frank R James, in connection with the Brooklyn subway shooting that left over 20 people injured.

New York shooting: Several shot in Brooklyn; undetonated devices found

12 Apr 2022

New York City
New York shooting: Several shot in Brooklyn; undetonated devices found

An unidentified shooter targeted multiple people at the 36th Street subway station in Brooklyn, New York City, in the United States on Tuesday.

US monitoring rise in India's 'human rights abuses': Antony Blinken

12 Apr 2022

Narendra Modi
US monitoring rise in India's 'human rights abuses': Antony Blinken

In an unusually direct criticism of India, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the United States was monitoring "a rise in human rights abuses" in India by some officials on Monday.

ICC hands USA automatic qualification for 2024 T20 World Cup
ICC hands USA automatic qualification for 2024 T20 World Cup

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has awarded the United States automatic qualification for the 2024 Men's T20 World Cup.

Modi to hold virtual meeting with Biden today: Details here

11 Apr 2022

India
Modi to hold virtual meeting with Biden today: Details here

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a virtual meeting with the President of the United States, Joe Biden, on Monday, the Ministry of External Affairs stated on Sunday.

CBI didn't revoke lookout circular despite court order: Aakar Patel

08 Apr 2022

Delhi
CBI didn't revoke lookout circular despite court order: Aakar Patel

Former Amnesty International India chief, Aakar Patel, on Friday filed a contempt application in a Delhi court against Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) officials for refusing to revoke a lookout circular (LOC) issued against him despite court orders to do so.

National Coffee Cake Day 2022: Celebrations, recipes and more

07 Apr 2022

Food
National Coffee Cake Day 2022: Celebrations, recipes and more

National Coffee Cake Day is observed on April 7 every year in the United States of America to celebrate the yummy and heartwarming dish that makes both the baker and receiver happy.

National Walking Day: Know about the benefits of walking

06 Apr 2022

Health & Wellness
National Walking Day: Know about the benefits of walking

Usually observed on the first Wednesday of April, National Walking Day will be celebrated on April 6 this year in the United States of America.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov meets Indian counterpart S Jaishankar

01 Apr 2022

India
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov meets Indian counterpart S Jaishankar

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar met his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov on Friday, a day after the US warned of "consequences" for attempting to "circumvent" its sanctions against Moscow amid the Russia-Ukraine war.

Pakistan PM Imran Khan blames US for political crisis, backtracks
Pakistan PM Imran Khan blames US for political crisis, backtracks

Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan, during an address to the nation on Thursday, stated he will not resign from the top post.

Court cautions Pakistan PM Imran Khan against sharing 'secret' letter
Court cautions Pakistan PM Imran Khan against sharing 'secret' letter

The Islamabad High Court on Wednesday cautioned Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan against sharing the contents of the 'secret' letter that he has been claiming as proof of a foreign conspiracy to unseat him.

Russia-Ukraine crisis: Moscow shifts strategy; to focus on Donbas 'liberation'

26 Mar 2022

Ukraine
Russia-Ukraine crisis: Moscow shifts strategy; to focus on Donbas 'liberation'

Russia on Friday announced a surprising shift in its strategy, hinting it may scale down its invasion of Ukraine to focus on the rebel-dominated Donbas region.

US, EU sign gas deal to reduce reliance on Russia

25 Mar 2022

Europe
US, EU sign gas deal to reduce reliance on Russia

The United States and the European Union (EU) on Friday unveiled a major deal that will help boost the supply of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Europe.

India abstains from voting on Russian resolution in UN

24 Mar 2022

India
India abstains from voting on Russian resolution in UN

Continuing with its neutral stance on the Russia-Ukraine crisis, India abstained from voting on a resolution brought by Russia on the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine at the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday (ET).

PM Modi tops list of world's most popular leaders

20 Mar 2022

Narendra Modi
PM Modi tops list of world's most popular leaders

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has received the highest approval ratings this week among the thirteen world leaders surveyed by Morning Consult, a US-based global leader approval tracker.

Russia-Ukraine war: Russia shells Merefa school, cultural center; 21 dead

18 Mar 2022

India
Russia-Ukraine war: Russia shells Merefa school, cultural center; 21 dead

As the Russia-Ukraine war entered the 23rd day on Friday, Moscow continued to intensify its assault on Ukraine, with attacks and civilian casualties being reported in several cities.

Russia would pay 'severe price' if it uses chemical-weapons: Biden

12 Mar 2022

Ukraine
Russia would pay 'severe price' if it uses chemical-weapons: Biden

United States President Joe Biden on Friday warned that Russia would pay a "severe price" if it used chemical weapons in Ukraine.

'Don't say gay' bill deeply concerning: Apple CEO Tim Cook

11 Mar 2022

Florida
'Don't say gay' bill deeply concerning: Apple CEO Tim Cook

Apple CEO Tim Cook has raised concerns over the new controversial education bill in the Republican-controlled state legislature of Florida which reportedly targets LGBTQ+ youths.

US fuel prices hit record highs, still cheaper than India

11 Mar 2022

Ukraine
US fuel prices hit record highs, still cheaper than India

Fuel costs in the United States are at an all-time high, yet they are still far cheaper compared to India.

Russia-Ukraine crisis: Coca-Cola, PepsiCo suspend business in Russia

09 Mar 2022

Coca-Cola
Russia-Ukraine crisis: Coca-Cola, PepsiCo suspend business in Russia

The Coca-Cola Company and PepsiCo—two of the biggest beverage producers in the world—said on Tuesday that they are suspending their business in Russia in the wake of Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.

US bans Russian oil imports over invasion of Ukraine

08 Mar 2022

Ukraine
US bans Russian oil imports over invasion of Ukraine

In a bid to tighten the grip on the Russian economy over the attack on Ukraine, US President Joe Biden has decided to impose a ban on imports of oil from Russia.

US mulling sanctions over India-Russia S-400 deal amid Ukraine invasion

03 Mar 2022

Russia
US mulling sanctions over India-Russia S-400 deal amid Ukraine invasion

The United States is considering whether it should apply or waive sanctions on the India-Russia S-400 military deal.

'Need ammunition, not ride': Ukrainian President rejects US's evacuation offer

26 Feb 2022

Ukraine
'Need ammunition, not ride': Ukrainian President rejects US's evacuation offer

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has turned down an offer from the United States government to be evacuated from the country amid the Russian invasion, according to a report by Associated Press.

US fines National Bank of Pakistan for anti-money laundering violations

25 Feb 2022

New York City
US fines National Bank of Pakistan for anti-money laundering violations

The United States federal regulators imposed fines worth $55 million on the National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) for non-compliance and anti-money laundering violations.

Ukraine crisis: What sanctions have been imposed on Russia?

25 Feb 2022

Ukraine
Ukraine crisis: What sanctions have been imposed on Russia?

The United States and other countries in the West have announced stringent sanctions against Russia, after it launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine.

Ukraine crisis: Biden says Russia cut off from Western finances

23 Feb 2022

Ukraine
Ukraine crisis: Biden says Russia cut off from Western finances

United States President Joe Biden has announced the first set of sanctions against Russia, saying that Moscow had started an invasion of Ukraine.

You could win this $4.3M Lake Tahoe house for free!

22 Feb 2022

Arnold Schwarzenegger
You could win this $4.3M Lake Tahoe house for free!

What if you could enter a giveaway and get the chance to win a $4.3 million house at Lake Tahoe, Sierra Nevada in the United States for free?

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