07 Dec 2014
Los Angeles: A movie about the US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama is being developed.
15 Aug 2016
Islamabad: Pakistan on Monday invited India for talks on Kashmir, saying it is the "international obligation" of both the countries to resolve the issue, notwithstanding India's insistence that it would talk on "contemporary and relevant" issues in Indo-Pak relations.
23 May 2015
Dawki: The Indo-Bangladesh friendship bus that began its journey from Dhaka arrived here on Saturday amid tight security. The 26-seater BRTC bus that left Dhaka with over 20 Bangladesh government officials at around 3 pm on Friday arrived Dawki at 9 am and Meghalaya Transport Corporation Manager Anthony Pariat received the entourage.
17 May 2015
Ulan Bator: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday discovered a "special connection" with Mongolia when he entered the Buddhist country's Parliament to deliver a speech, the first foreign leader to do so on Sunday - a holiday.
03 Oct 2011
At a time when Pakistan is facing continuously flak from the US for sponsoring terrorism, the neighbouring country is making continuous efforts to increase infiltration of militants in Kashmir.
18 Nov 2015
Washington: With the Obama Administration contemplating selling F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan, the top Republican leadership has expressed concern over it and said the US should not sell nuclear armed fighter jets to Pakistan.
04 Feb 2015
London: Britain on Wednesday created history by becoming the first country to legalise children conceived with DNA from three parents after lawmakers voted in favour of the controversial procedure that sparked a fierce ethical debate with senior Church figures.
12 Sep 2013
Washington: The Swedish server, which was rented out to WikiLeaks in 2010 when it stirred up controversy by releasing classified US State Department documents is now on sale. The server owned by Swedish Internet service provider Bahnhof went on sale carrying a price tag of 25,200 dollars on ebay this Monday.
22 Sep 2016
India on Wednesday called Pakistan a terrorist state and accused it of carrying out war crimes against Indians through its long-standing policy of sponsoring terrorism.
06 Jun 2016
Islamabad: Pakistan is not desperate to resume peace talks with India, a top official has said. There was no restlessness on the Pakistani side for a dialogue, Sartaj Aziz, the Adviser on Foreign Affairs to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, was quoted as saying in a news report today.