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Jaishankar- Wang YI

Jaishankar dials chinese counterpart Wang Yi; discusses roadmap to peace on a 75-min call

Indian EAM S.Jaishankar spoke with Chinese counterpart Wang Yi discussing roadmap to peace between the two nations. In his 75-minute  with China’s Wang Yi phone call on Thursday, the External....

Indian Twitter boycotts Spiderman after 'author' Tom Holland's tweet on Modi

On Wednesday, the Motera Cricket Stadium in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, was renamed the Narendra Modi Stadium. Tom Holland, the English author, historian, and cricketer, made a satirical tweet about this. However,....

Xi Jinping

President Xi claims 'complete victory' in eliminating absolute poverty in China

President Xi Jinping on Thursday announced that China has achieved 'complete victory' over absolute poverty. In an hour-long speech made from the Great Hall of People in Beijing, he asserted....

UAE Foreign Minister

UAE FM to visit India today: Set to hold talks with EAM Jaishankar

UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan will be visiting India on Friday to hold talks with External Affairs Minister S. Jaishanakar. According to the Ministry of External....

Taliban in Afghanistan

White House: Joe Biden would be disappointed if Taliban ruled Afghanistan

The White House has said that US President Joe Biden would not be okay if the Taliban ruled Afghanistan, and it further underlined that the discussions over the process of....

Uyghur Muslims protest Chinese persecution

France denounces China's 'institutionalized' abuse against the Uighurs community

On Wednesday, French foreign minister Jean-Yves Le Drian denounced the 'institutionalized repression' of China's Uighur minority. Many Human Right Experts and activists have stated that at least 1 million Muslims....

Pakistan PM Imran Khan

FATF to decide Pakistan's Grey List status today; Pak's fate to be tested

The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is set to decide today whether Pakistan has made efforts to counter terror financing and if the country will in the grey list. In....

Pakistan PM Imran Khan

Pak lectures the world on Human Rights; forgets its in-house double standards and atrocities

Pakistan on Tuesday carried out a video statement while attending the 46th Human Rights Council Session wherein it accused the international community of having double standards in the matters of....

Imran Khan-Mahinda Rajapaksa

Imran Khan on 2-day visit to Sri Lanka: Pakistan urges Sri Lanka to benefit from CPEC

Pakistan received a major lash back from Sri Lanka in an interesting turn of events. The address was scheduled for February 24. However, the Sri Lankan Parliament on Thursday has....

President Arif Alvi

France summons Pakistan Envoy over President Alvi's remarks on Anti-Radicalism Bill

France on Tuesday summoned Pakistan charge d'affaires to protest comments by President Arif Alvi on the new anti-radicalism bill introduced in the French Parliament. Amid the ongoing faceoff between the....

Major jolt to KP Oli, Nepal SC reinstates House of Representatives

Nepal's top court on Tuesday reinstated the dissolved House of Representatives in a major jolt to Nepalese Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli who was embattled and preparing for snap polls. ....

Terrorists kill four Pashtun women activists in Pakistan

A group of terrorists ambushed a vehicle in a northwestern tribal region, killing four women who were Pashtun activists. the incident happened amidst the ongoing meet of the Financial Action....

Myanmar protests

Anti-coup protests in Myanmar escalate: Military leaders under renewed pressure

Hundreds and thousands of anti-coup protesters took to the streets across Myanmar on Monday despite the threats they received from the junta which stated that it was prepared to use....

Pak remains on FATF's greylist

FATF plenary begins; Pakistan remains on grey list

With the beginning of FATF plenary in Paris today, Pakistan remains on the grey list of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF). Last year in October, the FATF had assigned 6....

IAEA_ IRAN

IAEA, Iran concur temporary 'nuclear deal' with lesser access and inspections

The head of the United Nations atomic watchdog has said the office agreed with Iran to proceed with its "necessary" check and observing exercises for as long as a quarter....

Border disengagement, LaC

India-China border row: Military talks end, next phase of disengagement discussed

The tenth round of military talks between India and China has ended today. These negotiations began on the morning of February 20 at around 10 a.m. The disengagement process around....

Anti Pak protests in Paris

‘Blacklist Pak, Keep China in Check’: Anti Pak protests storm Paris ahead of FATF plenary

Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is set to decide whether or not Pakistan will be added to its blacklist. In light of this, dissidents from Baloch, Hong Kong, Pashtun, Tibet....

Scott Morisson| PM Modi

Australia vs Facebook & Google: Scott Morrison dials PM Modi to discuss media platform bill

In a resolve to make tech giants like Google and Facebook pay for sharing news content, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Thursday reached out to Prime Minister Narendra Modi....

Afghan Iran fire

Over 500 oil tankers destroyed in Afghan-Iran fire, reveal Satellite images

A fuel tanker caught fire in Afghanistan on February 13 that spread to around 500 other trucks carrying fossil fuel and burned them down. The razed fleet of trucks could....

newsX

FS Shringla calls out China in Russia; which way will Russia go?

Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla arrives in Moscow for a 2-day visit, stated that the disengagement plan is a 'step in the right direction' and is expected to reach a....

Imran Khan

Sri Lanka cancels Imran Khan address to Parliament ahead of his 2-day visit

Pakistan received a major lash back from Sri Lanka in an interesting turn of events. Earlier Sri Lanka's Speaker Mahinda Abeywardena addressed a political gathering a week ago informing that....

space8

ISRO, Australian space agency ink collaborative partnership; time for Quad in space?

The Australian space agency and Indian Space Research Organisation(ISRO) collaborates on the subject of space underpinned by an MoU to further strengthen the partnership between the two countries. On Wednesday,....

Joe Biden-XI

Biden slams China over human rights abuses; Beijing hits out at US' G7 agenda

US President Joe Biden has made it clear from the beginning that his administration will focus on China, saying he anticipates "outrageous rivalry" between the two nations. While Biden's way....

Sri Lanka

China losing dominance in South Asia? Sri Lanka considering India’s grant instead of China project

Reports suggest that in an attempt to replace China's dominating presence in South Asia, India recently offered a grant of $12 million to execute a contract of installing renewable energy systems....

Justin Trudeau

Canada, other nations mulling labelling China's treatment of Uighurs 'genocide': Canadian PM Justin Trudeau

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday said that Canada and some other nations were considering labelling China's treatment of Uighur Muslims as genocide. In an attempt to justify his....

Taliban

The Taliban advances on Afghan cities, puts the wind up for the country

The Taliban have been actively obtruding in key provinces of Afghanistan for months and strategically trying to move their troops to certain outposts and military bases. The terror group has....

Kamala Harris _ Meena Harris

White House cautions Meena Harris against using US VP Kamala Harris for brand-building

Meena Harris, the niece of US Vice President Kamal Harris has been using her "Vice President aunt's" fame to help boost herself into the relevance and, as the White House....

Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla

FS Harsh Vardhan Shringla to visit Russia this week; Corridor between Chennai and Vladivostov on agenda

Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla is set to visit Russia this week. The main subject of his visit is expected to be revitalising the Chennai-Vladivostok Maritime Corridor and also improving....

Joe Biden | Xi Jinping

After WHO’s clean chit, China accuses US for lack of transparency in early findings of Covid-19

China has given a heated response to the US for earlier accusing it of concealing details related to coronavirus, mostly from the World Health Organisation (WHO). White House national security....

Chamoli disaster

Chamoli disaster: China blames India for glacial outburst, shifts blame on Indian army

The Chinese mouthpiece, Global Times has blamed Indian Army for the glacial outburst in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. Refuting China’s role in the ecological disaster, a Chinese expert has argued....

People demanding freedom for Tibet

#FreedomForTibet: Tibetans in-exile commemorate 108th Tibetan Independence Day, demand release from CCP's clutches

Although the tyrannical Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has been trying to suppress the freedom of expression and freedom of religion among its subjects in Xinjiang, Hong Kong and Tibet, there....

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau praises India for handling of farmers' protest

Taking a U-turn on his initial stance on Farm Protests, Candian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has now "commended" India for holding talks with the farmers holding demonstrations against 3 farm....

Imran Khan, Xi Jinping

China-Pak Vaccine CanSinoBIO: Inferior Chinese vaccine approved for emergency use in Pakistan

Recently, China has given approval to the CanSinoBio coronavirus vaccine, making it the second Chinese vaccine to receive approval by the CCP. The Pakistani Health Minister Faisal Sultan reported yesterday....

Border disengagement, LaC

India China border talks: Defence parliamentary panel to visit Galwan valley to review situation

Sources suggest that the parliamentary standing committee on defence is scheduled to visit the Galwan Valley and Pangong lake in the eastern Ladakh region. The 13 member committee is co-chaired....

Chinese lunar year

Chinese new year celebrations kickstart flouting Covid-19 norms: Is another health scare around the corner?

The Lunar New Year, also known as the Chinese New Year, has kickstarted around the world. Even as the world remains under the fear of the spread of Covid-19 and....

Myanmar

China setting up debt trap for Myanmar: Here's how it views Myanmar as an opportunity

Experts suggest that China is suspected of having supported the coup in Myanmar as the military leadership would not have taken such a risk without some guarantees. Moreover, after having....

Imran Khan

UK MPs initiate probe against £300 million aid to Pakistan

UK MPs on Thursday have launched a probe against the aid provided to Pakistan in last two years. Pakistan, which receives the highest amount of aid from UK, received over....

Joe Biden | Xi Jinping

In 2-hour long call, Xi presses for improved relations; Biden warns 'China will eat our lunch'

President Joe Biden connected with the Chinese counterpart over a phone call on Thursday. In what is considered as the first phone call between Xi Jinping and Joe Biden after....

Justin Trudeau

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau dials India for Covid-19 vaccine; India sets example with ‘Vaccine Maitri’ initiative

Having faced a terrible viral outbreak that ruined innumerable lives, India is finally is seeing a decline on its number of coronavirus cases. Now that the vaccines have been developed,....

TS Tirumurti

India highlights Pakistan's link with Al Qaeda, ISIS and other terror groups at UNSC

India yesterday i.e. February 10 called out Pakistan at the United Nations Security Council over its links with terrorist organisations such as Al Qaeda, ISIS and ISIL. It also criticised....

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh

Ladakh standoff: "No compromise on India’s sovereignty", says Defence Minister Rajnath Singh

Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday addressed the Rajya Sabha. Rajnath Singh said that both India and China have mutually reached a consensus of disengagement on North and South....

Xi Jinping, Joe Biden

In first call with Xi Jinping as US Prez, Biden voices concern about Hong Kong crackdown, need for free Indo-Pacific

US President Joe Biden questioned Chinese Communist Leader Xi Jinping regarding human rights violations committed against Hong Kong and Xinjiang yesterday i.e. February 10. He did so as part of....

Joe Biden

US to sanction Myanmar's military leaders following coup: US Prez Joe Biden

US President Joe Biden's administration has decided to sanction the military officials of Myanmar because of their unjust assumption of power. Biden said that he had approved a new executive....

Greta Thunberg

Former COO of UN SEforALL criticises Greta Thunberg for her misinformed opinion on Farmers’ Protests

International child rights activist Greta Thunberg has come under attack for using her "bully pulpit" to wade into political issues, such as the farmers' protest in India. Mohinder Gulati, Former....

Suu Kyi party headquarters

Myanmar Coup: US, UN condemn violence against protestors; Military raids Sui Kyi’s party offices

The most recent assault on Myanmar’s civilian leadership came as anger at last week’s coup and the detention of Suu Kyi by the generals has driven hundreds and thousands of....

Myanmar protests

Myanmar coup: Military abolishes NLD peace mechanism; US, NZ condemn military rule

Myanmar's new military junta, which overturned the results of democratic elections when it seized power last Monday, has warned the public not to "destroy" democracy following three days of protests.....

Ashraf Ghani, Narendra Modi

PM Modi to hold talks with Afghan Prez Ashraf Ghani today; Shehtoot Dam agreement on agenda

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to hold summit-level talks with Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani today. Sources suggest that India and Afghanistan are expected to sign an agreement on Shehtoot....

PM Modi, Joe Biden

PM Modi and US Prez Biden discuss climate change, security in Indo-Pacific region

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the new United States President Joe Biden on Monday had a telephonic call, Prime Minister Modi informed in a tweet. This was the first phone....

Myanmar protests

Myanmar coup: As US considers imposing sanctions, all eyes on India to clarify its position

India is one of the largest and most vibrant democracies of the world. As a champion of free and fair elections and active participation of people in electing their own....

Nader Sayegh

US calls for recognition of ‘Kashmir American Day’ on Feb 6: NY State Assembly passes resolution

The State of New York has become the first state in the United States to proclaim 5 February as “Kashmir-American Day” – the day when Pakistan observes “Kashmir Solidarity Day”....

Kamala Harris _ Meena Harris

Meena Harris backs farmers' stir against US's move to welcome farm reforms: Time for Kamala Harris to clarify her stance

American Pop singer Rihanna tweet backing the Indian Farmers stir by sharing a news article highlighting the Centre’s crackdown on the farmers by cutting off internet services in many regions....

US-China hostility

China ‘expels’ US warship from South China sea after Biden pledges to confront Beijing's aggression’

China said on Friday that a US guided-missile destroyer had been expelled from the South China Sea a day after the same warship had passed through the Taiwan Strait. The southern....

Joe Biden

In first diplomatic speech, Biden outlines US’s foreign policy; cautions Russia and China

US president Joe Biden on Thursday laid the outlines of his government’s foreign policy declaring, “America Is Back”. In what is touted as his first diplomatic speech after becoming the....

Twitter CEO_ Rihanna

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey ‘likes’ Rihanna’s tweet supporting farmers’ agitation

American Pop singer Rihanna backing the Indian Farmers stir by sharing a news article highlighting the Centre's crackdown on the farmers by cutting off internet services in many regions has....

Iran-Pakistan

Iran carries out surgical strike in Pak; 2 soldiers freed from 'Jaish-Ul-Adl'

A statement released by Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) said that two of its border guards were freed from the terror organisation 'Jaish ul-Adl' in a successful surgical strike conducted....

USS Nimitz

USS Nimitz leaves Middle East and enter Indo-Pacific region; Increases presence in South China Sea

The USS Nimitz carrier strike group is heading into the Indo-Pacific region after serving an extended period in the Middle East. The group had served more than 270 days in....

Greta Thunberg

Greta Thunberg shares ‘India protest toolkit': Propaganda to defame India exposed

After facing massive backlash for trying to destabilize India's democracy and aiding international conspiracy, 18-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg has shared an updated version of 'India protest toolkit' with pointers....

Rihanna, Sachin Tendulkar

'India stands united': Sachin Tendulkar, Akshay Kumar and Karan Johar among others hit back at Rihanna's tweet

In a significant development around the farmer protests, a new angle of involvement of foreign hands has emerged recently. Social media has been divided into two groups after singer Robyn Rihanna Fenty shared....

Elon Musk

Elon Musk riles up stocks of companies, then takes break from Twitter; are new laws a need of the hour?

Tesla CEO Elon Musk who became the richest person in the world, surpassing Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos with the net worth of over more than USD 185 billion is on....

Farmers protest

Farmers stir: Rihanna, Greta Thunberg extend support to farmers; SC to hear R-Day violence pleas today

Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg has extended her support to the farmers protesting on the borders of New Delhi against the three farm laws saying that she stands in solidarity....

Omar Sheikh

Pakistan SC releases Daniel Pearl's killer, to be moved to 'rest house' before being fully released

Pakistan's Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered that Ahmad Saeed Omar Sheikh be released from prison and moved to a government “safe house”. The Pakistani-British man had been on death row....

Narendra Modi and Mahinda Rajapaksa

Amid protests against privatisation, Sri Lanka scraps strategic East Container Terminal deal with India

In a major disturbing development, Rajapaksa led government in Sri Lanka has cancelled an agreement signed by the previous regime in 2019 for India and Japan to develop the strategic....

Rajnath Singh

Aero India 2021: Best of India's Air Power on display, India inks biggest 'Make in India' Defence contract till date

In a major strategic partnership between India and the US, it has been made quite clear that both countries would continue to work together to strengthen the Asia Pacific and unitedly....

Bhavya Lal

India leads Space-Tech sector: Bhavya Lal appointed as NASA's Chief of Staff

Indians are thriving in Space-Tech sector internationally as well as domestically. Recently, The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has named Bhavya Lal as acting chief of staff for the....

Imran Khan, Xi Jinping

China crushes 'Free Baloch Movement': Pak Army General exposes Imran-Xi Jinping

A Pakistan Army General has shockingly revealed and admitted China's role in "crushing" the Baloch freedom movement in Pakistan, saying Beijing has given him a six-month task to end the....

Vaccine tourism: Here's everything you need to know about this latest travel trend

It’s been more than a year since the first case of the novel coronavirus was reported. After months under lockdown and millions of cases, the world is celebrating the approval....

Aung San Suu Kyi

Myanmar coup: Myanmar General warns Biden, clear show of siding with Xi

The military has seized power in Myanmar and detained Aung San Suu Kyi and other democratically elected leaders including President U Win Myint from the ruling party. These disturbing developments have....

Pakistan claims presence of terror networks conspiracy of India; attempts to escape FATF sanctions

Ahead of the Financial Task Force Action (FATF) meeting in February, Pakistan has instigated a campaign claiming that the presence of a terror network in the country is a propaganda....

Joe Biden

Biden pledge to build Quad: Will Biden administration continue Quad push?

National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said at an event organised by the US Institute of Peace, a Congress-funded think-tank, on Friday that the US will build on and carry forward....

UK issues new visa for Hong Kong citizens; Rattled China refuses to recognise British Passport

The United Kingdom has extended a new visa scheme for British National (Overseas) Passport holders offering them a pathway to British citizenship, after China imposed national security law. The law....

China launches two naval warships; including one for Pakistan

China launched two naval warships yesterday in the Hudong Zhonghua shipyard, Shanghai. According to GT, Type 075 amphibious assault ship is for the Chinese Navy and the second Type 054A/P....

zhao-lijian

China 'appreciates' Jaishankar's 8-point plan to resolve border dispute

External Affairs Minister, S. Jaishankar emphasized the importance of India-China relations at the 13th All India Conference of China Studies, to which China, on Friday said that it “appreciates” those....

China warns Taiwan independence elements of "war"; US Pentagon calls warning "unfortunate"

In an attempt to pressurize Taiwan, China recently flew warplanes and fighter jets near the island. According to Taiwan’s defence ministry eight Chinese bomber planes capable of carrying nuclear weapons,....

SII fire a plot to defame India: China's attempts to politicise incident exposed

As India continues to supply vaccines to foreign nations as grants and through commercial supplies, the nation's vaccine diplomacy has outmaneuvered China in this regard especially in South Asia. In....

SpaceX launch

SpaceX breaks world record set by ISRO; launches 143 satellites in one mission

Elon Musk’s SpaceX created a new world record by launching 143 satellites on a single, Falcon 9 rocket, last night. SpaceX has beaten the Indian space agency, ISRO's record of....

KP Sharma Oli

As protests rock Nepal, PM KP Oli removed from Nepal Communist Party

Amid increasing political unrest following his decision to dissolve the lower house of the Parliament, the rival faction of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) on Sunday removed Prime Minister....

Pakistan PM Imran Khan

Pakistan's economic blowout: Imran Khan to mortgage F-9 park to secure a loan

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is considering mortgaging Islamabad's largest park to secure a loan of PKR 500 billion. The F-9 park also known as Fatima Jinnah Park is one....

Chinese govt survey ships

China maps seabed: Satellite images show activity in Indian Ocean

A Chinese survey ship of the Xiang Yang Hong category, translated as 'Facing the Red Sun', with the serial number 03 has been discovered in the Indian Ocean. The ship....

Bob Saroya

Foreign lobby war: Canadian MPs back Kashmiri Pandits' restoration in Kashmir

Displaced Kashmiri pandits all over the world observe 19th January as 'holocaust day' marking the mass exodus of Hindus from the Kashmir valley. Every year, members of the community take....

Disagreement between China and Pakistan: Annual bilateral CPEC summit postponed

The annual bilateral summit of China Pakistan Economic corridor (CPEC) has been indefinitely delayed due to serious disagreements between China and Pakistan. The disagreement is reportedly over the Main Line....

biden-harris-ceremony

Joe Biden takes office: What does it mean for Indo-US ties?

Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday at a historic inaugural ceremony at the US Capitol. Kamala Harris was also sworn in....

China minted profits at the cost of locals: CPEC report

Allegations against China have been made for indulging in malpractices and making exorbitant profits at the cost of Pakistani locals from the China Pakistan Economic Corridor by violating Standard Operating....

Xi Jinping

Xi Jinping inspects Beijing Olympics site: Is it time for the world to solidify #BoycottChina call?

Preparations for 2022 Beijing Olympics are in full swing in China. Chinese President Xi Jinping himself toured the Olympic facilities and inspected the preparatory work on Monday. The President visited....

General Austin

Future of Quad under Biden's presidency: Nominated Def Sec weighs in on elevating Indo-US ties

Biden administration plans to continue promoting the Indo-US defense partnership, Defense Secretary nominee has told lawmakers during his confirmation hearing on Tuesday. Retired General Lloyd Austin, told members of the....

Joe Biden, Kamala Harris

Countdown for Joe Biden's swearing-in ceremony begins: Take a peak at Biden's cabinet picks

The United States President-elect Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will be sworn in as the oldest President and the first female Vice President of the United States on January 20,....

Security members vetted

Biden's inauguration on 20th January: FBI vets 25k national guards

The FBI is vetting all 25,000 National Guard troops who are tasked with securing the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris on January 20 across the....

Arunachal Pradesh

China constructs village in Arunachal Pradesh: India 'closely monitoring' developments

Amid the ongoing standoff between India and China in Ladakh, China has constructed a new village in Arunachal Pradesh, which happens to be around 4.5 km within the Indian territory.....

sindhis protest

#FreeSindh placards raised in Pakistan: Sindhis seek creation of ‘Sindhudesh'

A placard of PM Modi along with other world leaders was seen in a pro-freedom rally organized by the Sindhis’ in the Sindh province of Pakistan on Sunday. The rally....

WhatsApp

WhatsApp postpones implementation of new policy till May; Accounts will not be deleted after Feb 8

WhatsApp announced on Friday, that it was delaying the implementation of a new privacy policy that has faced massive backlash with tens of millions of its users moving from the....

Protests in PoK

Unrest in Pok: Massive protests break out over rising inflation, lack of commodities

Given the rising inflation and lack of essential goods, massive civil unrest has emerged in many of the regions of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir or the PoK. People are also protesting against....

Emma Reilly

UN body disclosed dissenters’ names to China: Senior UN staffer

A high ranking United Nations (UN) official, Emma Reilly, talked to The Sunday Guardian and stated that the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), a UN arm....

Lashkar-e-Taiba

US retains Foreign Terrorist designation of Pak-based Lashkar-e-Tayyiba

The Pakistan based terrorist organization, Lashkar-e-Tayyiba (Let), which carried out the Mumbai terror attack in 2008, has maintained its designation as Foreign Terrorist Organization amongst several others in a review....

Covid-19 vaccine

Global Vaccine Feat: Vaccine shortage hits US; India to supply vaccine doses to world

There have been partial vaccine shortages in the US, resulting in fewer people being vaccinated. This situation does much to curtail the effectiveness of the US vaccination programme. While the world....

MIT

MIT professor arrested in US over covert Chinese ties

Gang Chen, who works as the director of Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Solar Thermal Energy Conversion Center was arrested on Thursday by the U.S authorities for allegedly keeping his Chinese....

Pradeep Kumar Gyawali

Gyawali meets Jaishankar in Delhi; co-chairs India-Nepal Joint Commission

Nepal’s Foreign Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali met with the Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Friday to co-chair the 6th Joint Commission between India and Nepal at Hyderabad House....

Lunar New Year

Ahead of Chinese new year, China witnesses surge in Covid-19 cases: Will history repeat itself?

Chinese authorities are struggling to keep the country’s coronavirus-free status mostly intact, but a new outbreak has left more than 22 million people under lockdown. The outbreak is concentrated in....

US-China

US imposes ban on cotton from China’s Xinjiang region; How will it impact India?

Taking a stand against forced labour, the United States on Wednesday, announced a ban on the import of cotton and tomato products from the Xinjiang region of China wherein detained....

Huawei's Meng Wanzhou lavish lifestyle under scanner: Hearing underway in Canadian court

Meng Whazou has received multiple death threats and some bullets in mail, according to Doug Maynard, the Chief Operating Officer of Lions Gate Risk Management, the security firm that guards....

Prachanda

Nepal FM on 3-day India visit: Prachanda accuses India of directing its constitutional crisis

The Chairman of the Nepal Communist Party’s opposing faction, Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda has blamed India for orchestrating the split of the ruling faction and subsequent dissolution of Nepal's House....

Mike Pence

US VP Mike Pence rejects invoking 25th Amendment to oust Donald Trump

US Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday said in the Parliament that he does not support the use the 25th Amendment procedure so as to remove Donald Trump from the....