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Latest NewsThis picture from G-7 summit 'speaks a thousand words'
12/06/2018
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This picture from G-7 summit 'speaks a thousand words'
Washington, June 11-Out of a hundred photos that were taken during the Group of Seven (G7) summit in Canada, this particular picture of German Chancellor Angela Merkel stood out after it was surfaced on social media on Saturday.
The picture of the German Chancellor, shared on her Instagram account, has invited hilarious captions and memes on social media with many calling it an “iconic photo” of the summit.
Merkel, in the pict [ ... ]


Latest News3 Gulf Arab states pledge $2.5B to Jordan after protests
12/06/2018
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3 Gulf Arab states pledge $2.5B to Jordan after protests
Riyadh, June 11-Three Gulf Arab states pledged $2.5 billion in aid to Jordan on Monday in an effort to stabilise the US-allied kingdom as it faces its worst protests in years over government austerity plans that include tax increases.
The money from Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates will go toward a deposit in Jordan's Central Bank, cover World Bank guarantees for the kingdom, offer budget support and finance other develo [ ... ]


Latest NewsWorld’s largest iceberg set to disappear
12/06/2018
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World’s largest iceberg set to disappear
Washington: The largest iceberg ever recorded, that broke away from Antarctica's Ross Ice Shelf 18 years ago, could be nearing the end of its voyage, according to NASA. When iceberg B-15 first broke away in March 2000, it measured about 296 kilometres long and 37 kilometres wide. B-15 has since fractured into numerous smaller bergs, and most have melted away.


Punjab NewsUK launches PhD fellowships in honour of Hawking
12/06/2018
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UK launches PhD fellowships in honour of Hawking
London: The UK government said on Monday it will honour Stephen Hawking by awarding 10 research fellowships to exceptional PhD students excelling in the fields of maths, physics and computer sciences, terming it a “fitting tribute” to the legendary theoretical physicist who died on March 14. UK Research and Innovation will award up to 10 ‘Stephen Hawking fellowships’ a year for the next five years. The fellowships will be  [ ... ]


Punjab NewsPompeo says US objective for North Korea summit unchanged
12/06/2018
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Pompeo says US objective for North Korea summit unchanged
SINGAPORE, June 11-US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Monday the "ultimate objective" of a historic summit with North Korea had not changed and the United States was “eager to see” if North Korea was sincere about denuclearisation.
US President Donald Trump holds a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore on Tuesday with their talks expected to centre on ending the North's nuclear weapons and [ ... ]


Latest NewsFire hits Iraq’s biggest ballot box warehouse before recount
11/06/2018
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Fire hits Iraq’s biggest ballot box warehouse before recount
BAGHDAD, June 10-A fire ripped through Iraq’s biggest ballot warehouse on Sunday ahead of a vote recount prompted by allegations of fraud during legislative elections that saw a surprise victory for a populist cleric.
A senior security official said the fire broke out in a warehouse located in Al-Russafa, one of the largest voting districts in eastern Baghdad.
Around 60 per cent of Baghdad’s two million eligible vo [ ... ]


Latest NewsPak SC wants Sharif trial completed in a month
11/06/2018
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Pak SC wants Sharif trial completed in a month
Islamabad, June 10-Pakistan’s Supreme Court today directed an anti-corruption court to wind up within a month proceedings against ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his family.
Three cases were launched against Sharif, 68, and his family members in September last year post his disqualification as the premier by the Supreme Court in July.
The court had also set a six-month deadline to complete the cases but later extended it by two month [ ... ]


Latest NewsChinese hack US Navy’s sensitive data
10/06/2018
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Chinese hack US Navy’s sensitive data
Washington: Chinese government hackers have compromised the computers of a US Navy contractor, stealing massive amounts of highly sensitive data related to undersea warfare, including secret plans to develop a supersonic anti-ship missile. The hackers targeted the contractor who works for the Naval Undersea Warfare Centre a military organisation that conducts research and development for submarines and underwater weaponry, The Washington Post reported [ ... ]


Latest NewsTrump, Kim lookalikes hold 'summit' in Singapore
10/06/2018
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Trump, Kim lookalikes hold 'summit' in Singapore
Singapore, June 9-While access to the historic summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will be tightly restricted, hundreds of Singaporeans got the next best thing on Saturday when two lookalikes showed up at a downtown mall.
Hong Kong-based impersonator Howard X, who has attracted worldwide attention in recent months for his impression of Kim, appeared on stage with Trump lookalike Dennis Alan.
During a pro [ ... ]


Latest NewsPortugal to probe Abu Salem's allegations of ill-treatment
08/06/2018
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Portugal to probe Abu Salem's allegations of ill-treatment
Mumbai, June 8-Officials from the Portuguese embassy in New Delhi have sought a meeting with gangster Abu Salem after his lawyers filed cases in Lisbon and European courts alleging violations of the extradition agreement under which he was brought to India in 2005.
According to sources in the Maharashtra Home Department, the Portuguese embassy has been allowed by the Indian Ministry of External Affairs to send a team of officials to  [ ... ]


Latest NewsNavy back in troubled Maldives
12/05/2018
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Navy back in troubled Maldives New Delhi, May 13-The Indian Navy has deployed INS Sumedha, a Naval Offshore Patrol Vessel, for patrolling of the exclusive economic zone (EEZ) of the Maldives. The vessel will undertake joint surveillance of the Maldives EEZ from May 9 to May 17 as part of the Indian Navy’s ‘mission-based deployments’.
The ship on Friday undertook an Operational Turnaround at Male port, during which the Navy personnel would interact and impart training to Mal [ ... ]


Latest NewsIndian journalist held in Australia on human trafficking charge
12/05/2018
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Indian journalist held in Australia on human trafficking charge Melbourne, May 13-An Indian journalist, charged with an aggravated people smuggling offence by Australian authorities for facilitating the travel of a “fake media contingent” to attend the Commonwealth Games, will stay in custody for six more weeks, a media report said on Friday.
Rakesh Kumar Sharma, 46, was detained along with eight others Indian nationals by Australian Border Force (ABF) officers at the Brisbane Ai [ ... ]


Latest NewsPutin dials Merkel, Erdogan in a bid to keep Iran nuclear deal alive
12/05/2018
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Putin dials Merkel, Erdogan in a bid to keep Iran nuclear deal alive
Moscow, May 13-Russian President Vladimir Putin has spoken with Germany’s Angela Merkel and Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan in a bid to keep the Iran nuclear deal alive after the US decision to withdraw, the Kremlin said today.
Putin has previously voiced “deep concern” over US President Donald Trump’s decision and Russian officials have said they would work with European partners to preserve the [ ... ]


Latest NewsSix killed in Peshawar hotel blast
12/05/2018
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Six killed in Peshawar hotel blast Peshawar, May 13-At least six of a family, including two children, were killed and two injured in a powerful explosion in northwest Pakistan’s Peshawar city this morning, police said.
The blast, caused by a gas cylinder, occurred on the 4th floor of the hotel near Bilal Town area. All the victims belonged to Hangu district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Chief Capital City Police Qazi Jamil ur Rehman said, adding that fire engulfed the entire floor.
The fami [ ... ]


Latest NewsTrump to meet Kim on June 12 in Singapore for World Peace
11/05/2018
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Trump to meet Kim on June 12 in Singapore for World Peace Washington, May 12¸US President Donald Trump today announced that he will meet North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on June 12 in Singapore for a historic meeting to discuss the denuclearisation on the Korean Peninsula.
Trump's announcement came hours after US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo returned home from North Korea with three detained Americans.
Trump, who personally greeted the trio at the Andrews Air Force Base, praised Kim  [ ... ]


Latest NewsPakistan to impose reciprocal restrictions on US diplomats
11/05/2018
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Pakistan to impose reciprocal restrictions on US diplomats
Islamabad, May 12-Pakistan is considering imposing reciprocal restrictions on US diplomats after Washington announced that it would impose travel restrictions on Pakistani diplomats starting from Friday, the media reported.
The authorities are planning to enforce restrictions on American diplomats posted in Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi, Dawn News reported.
They are already prohibited from visiting high-security areas, such as the F [ ... ]


Latest NewsPM Narendra Modi embarks on two-day visit to Nepal
11/05/2018
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PM Narendra Modi embarks on two-day visit to Nepal
New Delhi, May12-Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday left for Nepal from Palam international airport here.
He is scheduled to arrive in Nepal at around 10.15 am (IST), following which he will visit the Ram Janaki temple there.
Modi is expected to be accompanied by high-level officials from both India and Nepal.
The PM will then flag-off a new bus service named Janakpur-Ayodhya bus (TBC) and launch Rmayana Circuit.
The Ramayana Circuit  [ ... ]


Latest NewsQueen for son Charles as C’wealth head
20/04/2018
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Queen for son Charles as C’wealth head
London, April 20- Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday appealed to Commonwealth leaders to appoint her son, Prince Charles, to succeed her as their head, making her first direct intervention into a succession plan for the 53-member grouping.
The 91-year-old monarch, the Head of the Commonwealth, said it was her “sincere wish” that Prince Charles takes over “one day”, as she opened the two-day Commonwealth Heads of Government Meet [ ... ]


Latest NewsSC: No probe into judge Loya death, bid to malign judiciary
20/04/2018
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SC: No probe into judge Loya death, bid to malign judiciary

New Delhi, April 20- The Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed PILs seeking an independent probe into the December 2014 death of judge BH Loya in Nagpur, saying it was a natural death following a cardiac arrest.
A three-judge Bench headed by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra came down heavily on the petitioners for filing frivolous PILs and attempting to scandalise the judiciary and obstructing the course of justice. Other judges o [ ... ]


Latest NewsDomestic power gets costly in Punjab, relief for industry
20/04/2018
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Domestic power gets costly in Punjab, relief for industry

Chandigarh, April 200- Domestic consumers in Punjab will have to pay more for the electricity they consume from the present bill cycle as the state government has revised the charges by 10 to 14 paise per unit (2.17 pc) even as the industry has been extended significant incentives. 
In its tariff order for 2018-19 announced on Thursday, the Punjab State Electricity Regulatory Commission (PSERC) has effected the hike from April [ ... ]


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