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  Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi arrived in New Delhi on Tuesday on a three-day state visit with a

North Korea calls US pledge of tanks to Ukraine crime against humanity

North Korea on Sunday (Jan 29) criticised for a second day a United States decision to send tanks to

At least 51 killed in twin Pakistan transport tragedies

At least 51 people were killed in two separate

North Korea denies arms dealing with Russia

North Korea on Sunday denied providing arms to Moscow

Bharat Biotech: India launches its first nasal Covid vaccine

India has approved its first nasal Covid vaccine.Made by Bharat Biotech, iNCOVACC is administered in the form of drops

Singapore: Interpol seeks woman who ran elaborate exam cheating scam

Poh Yuan Nie, 57, fronted the racket together with three accomplices, who have all been jailed.Poh, the former principal

Coin Mela at Hnahthial

The three banks at Hnahthial district viz State Bank of India, Mizoram Rural Bank and Mizoram Cooperative Apex Bank

Gen Bajwa had Nawaz ousted in Panama case: Imran

During an interview on Bol News, the former premier shed light on how there were two Gen Bajwas —

China says Covid deaths down by nearly 80 percent

The number of daily Covid-19 deaths in

India blocks BBC documentary on PM Modi from airing in India

India has blocked the airing of a BBC documentary which questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi's leadership during the 2002

Breaking Barriers to Spread Education Along the India Myanmar Border

Dan Village NagalandBorders are not always meant to be barriers or create the feeling of “us’’ and “them”

Indians see China as India’s “greatest military threat

China’s rise in recent years has provoked a change in India’s strategic threat calculations—a shift now reflected in public sentiment.

Eco-tourism: Arunachal community leaders visit Assam’s Karbi villages

Aaranyak, a premier research-based organization focused on biodiversity conservation, recently organized a three-day exposure trip for a group of

Afghanistan: Some Taliban open to women's rights talks - top UN official

"A top UN official believes progress is being made towards reversing bans on women taking part in public life in

South Korea slum fire: Hundreds evacuated in Seoul

"Hundreds of people have had to be evacuated after a fire broke out in a shanty town in South

Japan considers downgrading Covid-19 to same level as seasonal flu

Japan will consider downgrading Covid-19 to the same category as seasonal influenza this spring, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida announced

Hardliners adamant to push Pakistan towards bankruptcy, make Sharif retract his peace offer

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif's assertion that Pakistan has "learnt its lessons" and wants to live in peace has not

Tibet’s Environment at Stake

The natural resources and environment of Tibet have frequently been misused. Peace and tranquillity in the formerly sovereign nation

Assam | Community Fishing: Celebrating Magh Bihu with an age-old tradition

Magh Bihu marks the end of the harvesting season in Assam and it is the festival of feasting. The

Indian wrestler Vinesh Phogat accuses WFI chief of sexual misconduct

Vinesh Phogat has alleged that at least 10 woman wrestlers confessed to her that they were sexually exploited by

Freezing Temperatures Kill 78 People in Afghanistan

At least 78 people have died of cold in Afghanistan during the country’s worst winter in more than a

Crippling Economy, Food & Drug Shortage, Miffed China: Why Pakistan PM is Begging India for Help

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and Chief of Army Staff General Syed Asim Munir sought $4 billion financial aid

Nepali hospitals return bodies from air crash to grieving families

Nepali hospital staff began the grim task of handing

Taliban start buying blue ticks on Twitter

The Taliban have started using Twitter's paid-for verification feature, meaning some now have blue ticks on their accounts.Previously, the

Mursal Nabizada: Gunmen kill former Afghan MP at home in Kabul

A former Afghan MP and her bodyguard have been shot dead at her home in the capital Kabul, Afghan

Ima Keithel in Manipur is Asia’s Largest All-Women Market

Ima Market, also known as Ima Keithel, is a unique market located in the city of Imphal in the

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