Monday, September 21, 2015



Australia's northeast coast was smashed by heavy rains, wild winds and huge seas for the fifth straight day on

India extends suspension of scheduled int’l flights till Feb 28

In view of Covid-19 pandemic, India today decided to

North Korea fires 'suspected ballistic missile'

North Korea fired a "suspected ballistic missile" into the

Malaysian ex-leader Mahathir in hospital, second time in weeks

Former Malaysian prime minister Mahathir Mohamad was admitted to hospital

Delhi imposes weekend curfew as Covid cases surge

India's capital New Delhi will lock down over the

7.3 Magnitude quake strikes off Indonesian coast: USGS

A powerful 7.3 magnitude quake struck off

China expands lockdowns as Covid cases climb

Hundreds of thousands more people were 

Indonesia rejects Rohingya refugees, sends stricken boat to Malaysia

Dozens of Rohingya refugees intercepted

Memorial to Tiananmen Square massacre dismantled

A famous statue at the University of Hong Kong marking the Tiananmen Square massacre

Iran execution sparks rare anti-government protest

In a rare public display of defiance in Iran, protesters have shouted anti-government slogans

Record low turnout in Hong Kong vote

A record low turnout has been registered in Hong Kong's legislative council election, the

Explosion at Pakistan bank kills at least 14

An explosion at a bank in Pakistan's southern city of Karachi has killed at

At least 27 feared dead in Japanese building fire

At least 27 people are feared dead after a fire broke out in

11 Indonesians dead, 27 missing in Malaysia boat sinking

At least 11 Indonesian migrants

China says nations will pay for Olympic boycott

China has warned countries who have announced a diplomatic boycott of the Beijing Winter

India’s farmers end year of mass protests

Indian farmers have said they are ending a year of mass protests a week

India's top general in helicopter crash

An army helicopter carrying India's top military commander and his family has crashed in

US will pay price for Olympics boycott, China says


14 mistakenly killed by Indian forces

At least 14 tribal civilians and one security personnel

One dead and dozens burned in Indonesia eruption

One person has died and dozens are injured after a volcano erupted on Indonesia's

Indian doctors strike as omicron sparks fear

India reported 9,216 new COVID-19 infections on Friday after

US and Iran seek to break impasse at nuclear talks

Critical talks with Iran to prevent the collapse of a nuclear deal are to

More rights for undocumented children of foreign nationals in South Korea

South Korea will guarantee more rights in education, healthcare and other welfare programs for

Taliban bans women from TV dramas in Afghanistan

Women have been banned from appearing in television dramas in Afghanistan under new rules

Modi backs down after year-long farmer protests

Indian PM Narendra Modi has announced the repeal of three controversial farm laws after

Scorpions kill three and injure hundreds in Egypt

Scorpions in Egypt have stung three people to death in the southern city of

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