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International May 24, 2017
At the heart of the case is a clause in Taiwan's Civil Code that an agreement to marry should be made between a man and a woman.
International May 22, 2017
Reportage
But why don't these conscientious objectors declare themselves pacifists and seek exemption from service under this label?
International May 21, 2017
Trump offers his opinion frequently, and is not afraid to show his anger but Modi is extremely restrained when communicating formally.
International May 19, 2017
News Analysis
The controversial cover comes at a time when the US President Donald Trump is already under fire for his growing proximity with the Russia.
International May 18, 2017
Breaking
India, whose request for consular access to Jadhav was turned down 16 times, had approached the ICJ on May 8, accusing Pakistan of violating the Vienna Convention
International May 17, 2017
Hailed as the ‘world’s first computer’, the Antikythera Mechanism is used to predict the position of planets and stars in the sky depending on the calender month.
International May 15, 2017
News Analysis
The indiscriminate attack, which began Friday, struck banks, hospitals and government agencies, exploiting known vulnerabilities in old Microsoft computer operating systems.
International May 14, 2017
Sooner or later, other countries are going to see through China's plan, and India should cooperate with likeminded countries to help build infrastructure of littoral states
International May 24, 2017
At the heart of the case is a clause in Taiwan's Civil Code that an agreement to marry should be made between a man and a woman.
Taiwan today became the first Asian country to legalize same-sex marriage, adding to the list of the few countries in the entire world to have done so.
International International International News Analysis May 24, 2017
US first lady has for the second time, in public glare, evaded her husband and US president Donald Trump’s attempt to hold her hand.
Tejinder Singh Dhillon was refused entry at the Vancouver airport on May 18, saying that the paramilitary force in which he worked had committed “human rights” violations.
India has approximately 1.3 billion people and according to Yi, the number is 1.32 billion. That would make India richer by about 30 million people
As per the UK-USA agreement, intelligence is shared between Britain, America, Canada, Australia and New Zealand .
A video clip of the duo arriving at Ben Gurion International Airport in Israel has gone viral.
Of the 22 already dead, many are youngsters, according to the police and of the 59 injured several are in a critical condition, being treated across eight hospitals in the city.
Dhillon, a retired as inspector general of police of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) was declared inadmissible under Canada’s immigration and refugees protection act.
International Reportage May 22, 2017
But why don't these conscientious objectors declare themselves pacifists and seek exemption from service under this label?
International International News Analysis May 22, 2017
Harbour Authority confirmed that both the girl and her rescuer were unhurt, it again warned people against feeding the animals there.
International International International News Analysis May 22, 2017
"You f****** Indian, you deserve it," says abusive couple.
International May 21, 2017
Trump offers his opinion frequently, and is not afraid to show his anger but Modi is extremely restrained when communicating formally.
The video of Trump and other White House officials participating in a ceremonial sword dance in Riyadh outside the Murabba Palace has gone viral.
International News Analysis May 19, 2017
The controversial cover comes at a time when the US President Donald Trump is already under fire for his growing proximity with the Russia.
International International Breaking May 19, 2017
Assange has been living in the Ecuadoran embassy in London since 2012, trying to avoid extradition to Sweden.
International International International News Analysis May 19, 2017
As a guest flier, the king worked about twice a month, always as co-pilot.
International Breaking May 18, 2017
India, whose request for consular access to Jadhav was turned down 16 times, had approached the ICJ on May 8, accusing Pakistan of violating the Vienna Convention
International International News Analysis May 18, 2017
Some of the strange museums in the world that will take your breath away.
The single-paragraph news article is littered with spelling mistakes and grammatical errors. But, the public still believed it.
The decision came following a week of turmoil for the White House after Trump fired FBI director James Comey, who had been leading a federal probe into the matter.
International May 17, 2017
Hailed as the ‘world’s first computer’, the Antikythera Mechanism is used to predict the position of planets and stars in the sky depending on the calender month.
Student equality groups have also called for teachers to observe gender neutral speech codes and for a ban on phrases such as "man up".
International International International International May 16, 2017
Nepal Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal will resign next week for Nepali Congress chief Sher Bahadur Deuba to take over as per an understanding the two had reached 10 months ago.
Top US lawmakers, including those from the ruling Republican Party expressed worry over the report...
International News Analysis May 15, 2017
The indiscriminate attack, which began Friday, struck banks, hospitals and government agencies, exploiting known vulnerabilities in old Microsoft computer operating systems.
A legal team led by former Solicitor General Harish Salve argued the case for India.
Responding to India's charges, Pakistan said that Vienna Convention was not intended for a spy involved in terror
International May 14, 2017
Sooner or later, other countries are going to see through China's plan, and India should cooperate with likeminded countries to help build infrastructure of littoral states
The new fortress would be able to monitor all shipping through Red Sea and Gulf of Aden and use it to project its military power in the African region
The interior ministry rejected his arguments and told the three-member board that Saeed and his four aides have been detained for "spreading terrorism in the name of jihad".
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