Pelosi greets Tibetan President-elect Tsering

Dharamsala-- The Speaker of the US House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, has congratulated Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) President-elect Penpa Tsering after his victory in the...

7 kids killed in Pak water tank collapse

Islamabad--Seven children were killed when a water tank made of bricks and cement collapsed in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, rescue officials said. The children aged...

China’s massive Tibet infra push cause of worry for India

Kolkata-- China is planning to develop a massive defence logistics infrastructure in Tibet that will turn the once independent kingdom into a military hub to...

China assures India of smooth medical supplies without delay

New Delhi--China on Friday assured India that it would do everything to support the latter's fight against the second wave of Covid pandemic which...

As China challenge looms, Biden says US will keep strong Indo-Pacific military presence

New York--US President Joe Biden has said that as a deterrence to conflicts he would maintain a strong presence in the Indo-Pacific, an area...

Imran unveils two new schemes for overseas Pakistanis

Islamabad-- Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday announced two new schemes for overseas Pakistanis who have Roshan Digital Accounts (RDA). In an event held here at...

What lies behind Tehreek-e-Labaik Pakistan’s challenge to the state?

Islamabad--Pakistan's government has been put under a severe challenge and test by an Islamist party, which has wreaked havoc in the country this week...

Religious, political parties misused Islam to damage Pakistan: Imran

Islamabad-- Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has lashed out at political and religious parties in the country for misusing religion for their own personal gains. "In...

Former Sri Lanka beauty queen arrested after pageant fiasco over divorcee winner

Colombo--Caroline Jurie, the 2019 winner of the Mrs. Sri Lanka who tried to seize the crown of this year's winner Pushpika De Silva leading...

In a first, US does not describe Tibet as ‘inalienable part of China’

Dharamsala--In a first, a US State Department report does not describe Tibet as an "inalienable part of China". Reacting to the crucial development, the Central...
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