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Modi, Trump to meet today; will discuss Kashmir and trade
World

Modi, Trump to meet today; will discuss Kashmir and trade

US President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet on Monday in France on the sidelines of the G7 Summit and are likely to discuss trade as well as the prevailing situation in Jammu and Kashmir.
Writer, who lost book deal over a tweet, sues publisher
World

Writer, who lost book deal over a tweet, sues publisher

About a month after her book deal was canceled as she shamed a Black Metro worker on Twitter, Jordanian-American journalist and writer Natasha Tynes is suing her publisher, Rare Bird Lit. Inc.
This toilet paper for millennials can last 3 whole months
Business

This toilet paper for millennials can last 3 whole months

Procter & Gamble Co. has just created a new toilet paper roll for its brand Charmin in an attempt to attract millennial customers (as if they don't buy toilet paper already).
Russia calls US tightening of Iran oil sanctions 'aggressive, reckless'
World

Russia calls US tightening of Iran oil sanctions 'aggressive, reckless'

Russia yesterday called the US tightening of oil sanctions on Iran an "aggressive and reckless" policy after Washington announced it was seeking to stop all exports of Iranian crude.
US, China trade talks could wrap in four weeks: Trump
World

US, China trade talks could wrap in four weeks: Trump

US President Donald Trump said yesterday that the United States and China could wrap up trade talks within four weeks after making quick progress on the potentially "epic" deal.
Foreign Secretary Gokhale to discuss regional, global issues with Pompeo
World

Foreign Secretary Gokhale to discuss regional, global issues with Pompeo

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will meet Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale today, during which the two officials are likely to discuss bilateral, regional and global issues of common interest.
US leaving missile-treaty to 'get out of its obligations': Russia
World

US leaving missile-treaty to 'get out of its obligations': Russia

Moscow denounced Washington's decision to leave a landmark Cold War nuclear missile treaty yesterday, saying it was part of a plan to "get out of its international legal obligations".
US court orders Syria to pay $302mn for journalist's murder
World

US court orders Syria to pay $302mn for journalist's murder

On Wednesday night, a court in Washington slapped the Syrian government with $302mn in damages for the death of journalist Marie Colvin.
Raising 'Khalistan Zindabad' slogans, Sikh separatists hold protest in US
World

Raising 'Khalistan Zindabad' slogans, Sikh separatists hold protest in US

A small group of Sikh separatists held a protest in front of the Indian Embassy in Washington during which they tried to burn the tricolour on the Republic Day, a move slammed by local Sikh community.

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