13 fresh cases of dengue in India’s Lucknow, taking the toll to 125 in 2 months 13 fresh cases of dengue in India’s Lucknow

The patients who have tested positive on Thursday include six females, one of them an 82-year-old woman


UN chief Antonio Guterres could discuss Kashmir issue at UNGA: Spokesman UN chief could discuss Kashmir issue at UNGA: Spokesman

The tension between India and Pakistan escalated after New Delhi revoked Jammu and Kashmir's special status on August 5


Zuckerberg meets Trump, senators; nixes breaking up Facebook

Zuckerberg meets Trump, senators; nixes breaking up Facebook

“I’m not yet with some of my friends who want to go straight to break up,” he told Fox Business Network


Indian PM Modi will not discuss Article 370 at UN, it’s internal matter: Govt Indian PM will not discuss Article 370 at UN: Govt

Modi will visit the US from September 21 to September 27, during which he will meet US President Donald Trump and address the UNGA session



Indian PM Narendra Modi to receive Goalkeepers award in New York on September 25 Modi to receive Goalkeepers award in New York Sept 25

Goalkeepers is the foundation’s campaign to accelerate progress towards sustainable development goals


South Korean serial killer 'found' after 30 years Notorious serial killer 'found' after 30 years

 The killer is believed to have used the victims' belongings, such as stockings or socks


1 dead, 5 injured in US shooting

1 dead, 5 injured in US shooting

The source claims the five wounded victims of the shooting were expected to survive their injuries


Political donor caused deadly overdose during sex Political donor caused deadly overdose during sex

Federal prosecutors released new details Thursday as they charged Buck, 65, with distributing methamphetamine resulting in Moore's death on July 27, 2017


Children in Australia, Pacific launch global climate strike

Children in Australia, Pacific launch global climate strike

"Otherwise we're not going to have a future


Iraq rejects joining maritime force to protect Gulf waterways Iraq rejects joining maritime force to protect Gulf waterways

Iraq's rejection came as part of its policy to stay neutral amid rising tensions in the Middle East region between Washington and Tehran


Fukushima disaster: Nuclear executives found not guilty Fukushima disaster: Nuclear executives found not guilty

More than eight years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, a Japanese court has cleared three former executives of the firm operating the plant of professional negligence


Palace 'displeasure' at Cameron's Queen comments Palace 'displeasure' at Cameron's Queen comments

David Cameron's revelation that he sought help from the Queen ahead of the Scottish independence…


"Back Pain" after chair, pillow removed in jail: P Chidambaram

Indian former union minister P Chidambaram told a Delhi Court today that he had neither a chair nor a pillow at the Tihar prison


No India talks unless J&K special status restored: Imran Khan No India talks unless J&K special status restored: Imran Khan

The Prime Minister's remarks come a day ahead of his trip to Saudi Arabia on Thursday before departing to the US to attend the 74th General Assembly session


Strong earthquake strikes Indonesia Strong earthquake strikes Indonesia

Indonesia is prone to quake as it lies on a vulnerable quake-impacted area called "the Pacific Ring of Fire"


Imran Khan leaves for Saudi Arabia Imran Khan leaves for Saudi Arabia

His visit comes on the heels of his visit to New York to atten the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly on Setpember 27


Air strike, suicide bomber kill 50 civilians in Afghanistan 50 civilians killed in Afghanistan airstrike, suicide attacks

The Taliban, who claimed responsibility for the boming, have carried out nearly daily attacks since peace talks with the United States collapsed earlier this month


Indian woman alleges triple talaq given on voice message Indian woman alleges triple talaq given on voice message

Ayesha, who has been married for 21 years, has reached out to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for assistance


US Envoy Zalmay Khalilzad to testify over Taliban peace plan US Envoy Khalilzad to testify over Taliban peace plan

Mr Khalilzad holds nine rounds of talks with the Taliban in Doha, Qatar


Lorena becomes hurricane off coast of Mexico Hurricane Lorena hits Mexico coast

Forecasters say hurricane-force winds are expected to continue across Bermuda into early Thursday morning


Netanyahu fails to secure majority in tense election Netanyahu fails to secure majority in tense election

Former military chief Benny Gantz has not ruled out a unity administration with Likud but has said Blue and White would not join such a government if it included Netanyahu


Indian PM Modi, US President Trump to meet twice next week in US Modi, Trump to meet twice next week in US

The two leaders are again scheduled to meet later in the week in New York on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly sessions


Suicide bomb in southern Afghanistan, kills at least 20 20 killed in Afghanistan suicide bomb attack

The Taliban claim responsibility for the attack


Donald Trump names Kevin O’Brien as his new NSA Trump names Kevin O’Brien as his new NSA

O’Brien will replace John Bolton who was fired last week


Japan court to rule in only Fukushima criminal case Japan court to rule in only Fukushima criminal case

The three executives are accused of failing to act on information about the risks from a major tsunami, but they argue the data available to them at the time was unreliable


Chinese woman pleads guilty in 'birth tourism' case Chinese woman pleads guilty in 'birth tourism' case

Dongyuan Li admitted her company assisted wealthy Chinese nationals in getting to the US to give birth


Protests in Pakistan's Kasur after boys' bodies found Protests in Pakistan's Kasur after boys' bodies found

Kasur in Punjab province has seen a string of child abductions, rapes and murders in recent years


Justin Trudeau: Canada PM in 2001 'brownface' yearbook photo Justin Trudeau: Canada PM in 2001 'brownface' yearbook photo

However Trudeau denies claims that he had been in a racist photograph in his 1984 medical school yearbook


India e-cigarettes: Ban announced to prevent youth 'epidemic' India e-cigarettes: Ban announced to prevent youth 'epidemic'

India's cabinet has announced a ban on the production, import and sale of electronic cigarettes, saying they pose a risk to health


Fire at school outside Liberia's capital kills at least 27 Fire at school outside Liberia's capital kills at least 27

A Quranic school east of the capital, Monrovia, has killed at least 27 people and many are thought to be children


India now requests Pakistan to allow Modi’s plane to use its airspace India requests Pakistan to allow Modi’s plane to use its airspace

Earlier this month, Pakistan had denied permission to Indian President Ram Nath Kovind's aircraft fly over it during an official trip to Iceland


South Africa apologizes to Ghana over xenophobic attacks South Africa apologizes to Ghana over xenophobic attacks

According to Radebe, Ramaphosa has condemned the violence, and instructed security agencies to leave no stone unturned in bringing all the perpetrators to book


Japan expresses regret at S. Korea removing it from preferential trading list Japan expresses regret at S. Korea removing it from preferential trading list

The move by South Korea on Wednesday follows similar actions from Japan on Aug. 28


Spain flood: Death toll climbs to 7 Spain flood: Death toll climbs to 7

Emergency rescue workers rescue thousands of people during the storms that slammed into the Mediterranean coastal regions of Valencia, Murcia and eastern Andalusia last week


Donald Trump to deliver major address on religious freedom: White House Trump to deliver major address on religious freedom: WH

Trump will host and provide keynote remarks at the Global Call to protect religious freedom event on September 23 at the United Nations Headquarters


3 dead as speedboat trying to set record crashes off Venice

3 dead as speedboat trying to set record crashes off Venice

Italian speedboat race officials say the boat was trying to set a speed record for the route from Monte Carlo, a Mediterranean port in Monaco, to Venice


Russia holds 80 North Koreans on 'poaching' boats Russia holds 80 North Koreans on 'poaching' boats

Three Russian border guards were reportedly wounded in a clash


Lightning strikes kill 13 in India's Bihar Lightning strikes kill 13 in India's Bihar

According to the weather office, lightning strikes are usually reported during the June-September monsoon season


Mamata runs into Indian PM Modi’s wife at Kolkata airport before leaving to meet him Mamata runs into PM Modi’s wife at Kolkata airport

Mamata is scheduled to meet PM Modi this evening in New Delhi

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