Jaish chief injured in Rawalpindi hospital blast?
The Pakistan army on Monday remained tight-lipped about the blast that hit its Rawalpindi hospital where Jaish-e-Muhammed's chief Masood Azhar was being treated for his renal ailment.
14 US Congressmen urge PM Modi to restore communication in Kashmir
A statement, addressed to Prime Minister Modi, was issued jointly by Congr...
Pakistan Army 'warns India against any misadventure'
"Thousands of Indian troops have failed to suppress just struggle of brave Kashmiris for...
Photo-free zones should surely click
Indeed, many art events, restaurant offerings and the like are conceptualised with this lens-scaping phenomenon as the prime focus.
#BlueForSudan: Twitter, Instagram users change profile pictures to raise awareness about volatile situation in country
Social media is turning blue in solidarity for Sudan.
New protests in Iran after Hassan Rouhani calls for calm
US President Donald Trump said the "big protests" showed people "were getting wise as to how their money and wealth is being stolen and squandered on terrorism".
PM Narendra Modi's remarks on Balochistan proves India's meddling in the region: Pak Adviser on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz
This is for the first time the disturbed areas in the control of Pakistan have been mentioned by any Indian Prime Minister during his Independence Day speech.
Gunmen attack Pakistan's Karachi Press Club
A gang of unidentified armed gunmen today attacked Pakistan's Karachi Press Club, damaging the historic property and thrashing staffers of a private news channel.
Were Hillary Clinton's 'hidden' health issues a reason for her defeat?
During her campaign, Hillary Clinton’s managers left reporters in the dark for 90 minutes about her health after she unexpectedly left a 9/11 memorial event.
Delhi Gang Rape: Fast-track court frames charges against accused
The accused have been charged under 13 sections of the Indian Penal Code by the fast track court. The next day of hearing has been fixed as February 5.
Jayalalithaa looking for new equation with Centre?
A politically ascendant J Jayalalithaa arrived in Delhi on Monday looking to forge a new equation with the Centre, with the 2G telecom scandal and arrests of top DMK leaders causing a sharp strain in the Congress-DMK dynamics.
Why US military aid alone can't save Iraq
Moreover, the US must compel the Iraqi Army to adopt a sensitive, population-centered approach to reversing the militants' conquests.
Amnesty International urges leaders to speak against China
With just over four months remaining for the Beijing Olympics, Amnesty International has urged International Olympic Committee and world leaders to speak out publicly against human rights violations in China.
How Airtel and Hero MotoCorp formed this year's biggest campaigns
Only those living through a self imposed media blackout could have missed two of this year's biggest campaigns: Airtel and Hero MotoCorp.
India leads calls for action to stop Koran burning
India led calls on Thursday for the United States to intervene to halt a small church's plan to burn copies of the Koran in commemoration of the Sept 11 attacks and urged a media blackout to calm tensions.
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