12 Dec 2014
Islamabad: Progress has been made in the dialogue process between the government and Imran Khan's party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) to resolve the months-long political impasse in the country, a Pakistani minister has said.
18 Nov 2014
United Nations: India has underscored the need to ensure "full respect" for the sovereign equality, territorial integrity and political independence of all UN member-states and cautioned against "misinformation" about human rights situations across nations.
07 Nov 2014
Tokyo: Japan will provide up to USD 100 million in fresh aid to Ebola-hit West Africa, the government said on Friday after the United States called for further global efforts to combat the deadly virus.
04 Nov 2014
Washington: The relationship between the United States and China is the "most consequential" in the world on Tuesday, US Secretary of State John Kerry said before a high-profile trip that includes a stop in Beijing.
30 Aug 2014
Washington: The United States on Friday accused Russia of moving across the border and targeting the Ukrainian military positions.
28 Aug 2014
Washington: The US journalist, who was freed this week by the miltants in Syria after two years in captivity, on Wednesday thanked everyone for their efforts to secure his release and asked for privacy to be with his family.
26 Aug 2014
Washington: The US has condemned the terrorist strikes in Iraq, which it said are meant to sow fear and division among the Iraqi people.
23 Sep 2014
Washington: United States and partner nations are carrying out the first air strikes against Islamic State targets in Syria, the Pentagon said on Monday, in ongoing operations that mark the opening of a new, far more complicated front in a battle against the militants.
29 Oct 2014
United Nations: India was among 188 nations that voted in favour of a UN General Assembly resolution, which for the 23rd year in a row called for an end to the US economic, commercial and financial embargo on Cuba.
29 Oct 2014
Washington: US President Barack Obama has lauded the progress made against Ebola disease in West Africa, saying science, not fear, should define the response to contain the deadly virus.