Angry twitterati: Indians watch US Capitol violence with dismay, strong feelings

By Rahul Kumar New Delhi-- The extraordinary situation that engulfed Washington after thousands of President Donald Trumps supporters, egged on by his speech, rioted in...

Dhaka rubbishes Pompeo’s claim of ‘Al Qaeda attacks’ in B’desh

By Sumi Khan Dhaka-- US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's claim of "Al Qaeda attacks" in Bangladesh has elicited an angry response from Dhaka. A Bangladesh...

In the first-ever expulsion, Lord Nazir Ahmed forced to quit from House of Lords

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New Delhi--In the first-ever expulsion of a peer in the history of the House of Lords in the UK, Lord Nazir Ahmed has controversially...

Oxford English Dictionary names ‘words of the year’

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London-- Oxford English Dictionary (OED) announced on Monday for the first time that it has chosen not to name one single word of the...

Pelosi’s commitment elates Tibetans in exile

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BY VISHAL GULATI Dharamsala-- Hours after US Democratic lawmakers re-nominated House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to lead the party for another two years, her decades old...

Criminals exploiting pandemic to undermine trust in govts: UN

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United Nations-- Criminals and violent extremists are exploiting the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic to undermine trust in governments and even weaponise the deadly virus, the...

Climate Summit shows surge in action, ambition

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New York--Global climate leaders took a major stride towards a resilient, net zero emissions future today, presenting ambitious new commitments, urgent actions and concrete...

Pak army soldiers caught extorting money from villagers

By Sumit Kumar Singh New Delhi-- Pakistan Army soldiers were caught extorting money from locals from a village near Narowal in Pakistan's Punjab region, a...

Mob vandalises Hindu temple in Karachi, Muslims come to rescue

By Hamza Ameer Karachi-- There has been yet another incident of extremist mobs targeting a Hindu temple in Pakistan. This time here, however, the saviours...

Tibetan Buddhists, not China, should pick the next Dalai Lama: US official

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By Arul Louis New York-- The US backs the right of the Tibetan Buddhists to select the next Dalai Lama and the Chinese Communist Party...
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