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Kim Jong Un Halts Nuclear, ICBM Tests

SEOUL: Kim Jong Un has declared that North Korea would halt nuclear tests and intercontinental missile launches. The Saturday announcement has been welcomed by US President Donald Trump ahead of a slated summit between the two men in May. Pyongyang’s declaration, long sought by Washington, will be seen as a crucial step in the fast diplomatic dance on and around the Korean peninsula....more More

Indian Opposition Moves To Impeach CJI

NEW DELHI: The opposition parties launched an unprecedented bid to impeach the top judge on Friday, accusing him of failing to protect the independence of the judiciary from executive interference, among other charges. A petition, backed by lawmakers from seven parties, raised five charges against Chief Justice Dipak Misra, including an accusation he arbitrarily used his power to allot sensitive cases and questioning his conduct in the acquisition of land....more More

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India celebrates Ambedkar Jayanti at UN

By Deepak Arora

UNITED NATIONS: Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar's legacy of fighting inequality and inspiring inclusion is not only being implemented in India but also at the United Nations. Several speakers said this at a function to celebrated Ambedkar's 127th birth anniversay with the theme "Leaving No One Behind" here on Friday at the United Nations. Speaking on the occasion, India's Permanent Representative Ambassador Syed Akbaruddin said Babasaheb’s influence on modern India was not merely restricted to India’s domestic policies. "His striving to be the voice of the marginalized is also reflected in India’s policy commitment and resolve to work collectively for poverty eradication across the globe and to leave no one behind," he added....more More

Bullets can’t tell difference, civilians responsible for their deaths at encounter sites: J-K top cop

SRINAGAR: Civilians thronging encounter sites are responsible for their deaths as bullets don’t distinguish between a stone pelter and a militant, Jammu and Kashmir police chief S P Vaid said on Thursday as he again urged youth to stay away from such places as they were not marriage venues. Nobody wants civilian deaths and the police and security forces are pained at such incidents, he emphasised....more More

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India rail link to Kathmandu: Modi

NEW DELHI: India pledged on Saturday to upgrade road and cross-border rail links with Nepal and develop inland waterways to provide sea connectivity to the landlocked Himalayan nation. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said India would also help Nepal in the field of agriculture through organic farming, soil testing and education in farming. Modi also said both sides would like to jointly start a new rail link connecting Kathmandu, Nepal’s capital, with India. Khadga Prasad Oli, who recently took over as Nepal’s prime minister, is on a three-day visit to India. He promised to build a strong edifice of trust with his much larger neighbour....more More

Kim Jong Un meets Chinese official, calls for stronger ties

PYONGYANG: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un personally greeted a top Chinese official in Pyongyang and called for stronger ties with Beijing, state media said on Sunday, as the traditional allies seek to heal battered relations. Kim met with Song Tao, head of the Chinese Communist Party Central Committee’s international department, who was leading an art troupe to attend a spring festival in the North’s capital. The delegation arrived just weeks after Kim made a surprise visit to Beijing and met with Chinese President Xi Jinping, signalling an attempt by both leaders to shore up a key alliance ahead of a period of high-stakes diplomacy....more More

4-month baby raped and murdered in India's Indore

INDORE: A four-month-old baby was raped and murdered in the historic Rajwada area of Indore in the wee hours of Thursday. The infant’s body was found in the basement area of the heritage Shiv Vilas Palace, blood smears on the stairs telling a horror story. Hardened policemen were nearly moved to tears as they conducted preliminary examination of the ravaged body and carried it away in a little bundle. A suspect, a member of the family, is in custody....more More

Salman Khan gets bail in poaching case

MUMBAI: After spending two nights in a Jodhpur jail, actor Salman Khan returned home to a hero's welcome with thousands of fans lined up at the Mumbai airport and outside his Bandra home here on Saturday evening. Several thousands — ranging from toddlers in arms to youth, elderly men and women, many carrying placards and banners with Salman's pictures — had been waiting after the actor was granted bail by Jodhpur Session Court Judge RK Joshi....more More


ISRO successfully launches IRNSS-1I navigation satellite

NEW DELHI: Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) successfully launched the IRNSS 1I navigation satellite from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh, on the 43rd flight of the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV), early Thursday morning. The IRNSS 1I mission is critical for the space agency as it is Isro’s second attempt to replace the IRNSS 1A satellite, after the failure of the IRNSS 1H mission in August ISRO’s last mission is in jeopardy as the space agency lost contact with GSAT 6A a few days after launch on March 31....more More

US adds India to currency watch list

WASHINGTON: The US has added India to the currency practices and macroeconomic policies monitoring list, saying New Delhi increased its purchase of foreign exchange over the first three quarters of 2017 which does not appear necessary. India is the sixth addition to the watch list which comprises China, Japan, South Korea, Germany and Switzerland....more More

Governor Yuthasak Launches ‘Open to the New Shades’ To Attract More Indians To Thailand

NEW DELHI: The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Governor Yuthasak Supasorn launched its new marketing concept “Open to the New Shades of Amazing Thailand” in India. Speaking on the occasion, Governor Yuthasak Supasorn said “TAT is now giving greater prominence to unique local experiences of Thailand on the world stage, with a new marketing concept called “Open to the New Shades”. He said “this reflects another kind of ‘Thainess’, which is the unique characteristic of the Thai people to welcome visitors from around the world.”...more More

AI Will Solve Facebook's Most Vexing Problems: Zuckerberg

WASHINGTON: Artificial intelligence will solve Facebook's most vexing problems, chief executive Mark Zuckerberg insists. He just can't say when, or how. Zuckerberg referred to AI technology about 23 times during his five-hour testimony before a joint Senate committee hearing on Tuesday, saying that it would one day be smart, sophisticated and eagle-eyed enough to fight against a vast range of platform-spoiling misbehaviour, including fake news, hate speech, discriminatory ads and terrorist propaganda....more More

'Baaghi 2' Enters 150-cr Club

MUMBAI: Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani starrer ' Baagh2' has managed to survive in the third week due to its gripping storyline and high octane action sequences which have been the high point of the film. The word of mouth publicity has also helped the movie get more audience to the cinema hall.According to a recent report on BoxofficeIndia.com, the Ahmed Khan directorial grossed another Rs 10.50 crore in its third week at the ticket window, which in return has taken its total collection to a staggering Rs 154.05 crore....more More

Estonia ranked second in the global transformation index

NEW DELHI: Estonia is ranked second out of 129 countries in the global transformation index, a ranking compiled by the Bertelsmann Stiftung to measure each country’s performance in terms of political and economic transformation. According to the index, Estonia has largely recovered from the economic recession of 2008 and 2009. “This recovery was aided by the innovativeness and efficiency of both the public and private sectors,” the German foundation says. “Foreign investors have remained attracted to Estonia due to its openness, streamlined government, strong rule of law and business-friendly environment.”...more More



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