• Modi pulls up rich nations on climate change

    In a blunt warning to rich nations, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today told developed countries which powered their way to prosperity on fossil fuels that it would be "morally wrong" if they shift the burden of reducing emissions on developing countries like India

  • Kate Middleton clicks adorable pics of Princess Charlotte

    Kate Middleton clicks adorable pics of Princess Charlotte

    Princess Charlotte is growing older and adorable. Kensington Palace recently released two new photos of Kate Middleton and Prince William's youngest child, marking the infant's first appearance since her christening in July

  • 10 die in China gas poisoning incident

    At least 10 people were killed in a gas poisoning incident in China's Shandong province, government said

  • Thousands take part in climate change protest in Amsterdam

    Around 6,000 to 7,000 people demanded measures to protect the climate in a demonstration held in Amsterdam on Sunday, a day before the opening of the United Nations climate change conference in Paris

  • Obama goes to climate summit to show US can back its pledges

    Obama goes to climate summit to show US can back its pledges

    President Barack Obama said today that American leadership was helping make gains in the global fight against climate change, as he tried to reassure world leaders assembling for a historic conference in Paris that the US can deliver on its commitments

  • Greek PM Alexis Tsipras takes on Turkey's Davutoglu on Twitter

    A highly unusual online exchange took place on Twitter between the prime ministers of Greece and Turkey before the former deleted his tweets - but only from the English version of his account

  • Barack Obama to meet Narendra Modi in Paris today

    US President Barack Obama will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi today in Paris where the two leaders would review progress in bilateral relationship and discussion on regional and global issues including terrorism

  • Moderate earthquake hits Nepal

    A moderate quake measuring 4.1 magnitude on the Richter scale today hit Nepal, according to the country's National Seismological Center.

  • World leaders gather in Paris for climate summit

    World leaders gather in Paris for climate summit

    For the first time in over 20 years of UN negotiations, the Paris Climate Conference will aim to achieve a legally binding and universal agreement on climate

  • Russia hits Turkey with sanctions over warplane downing

    Russia hits Turkey with sanctions over warplane downing

    President Vladimir Putin signed a decree imposing economic sanctions against Turkey, underlining the depth of the Kremlin’s anger towards Ankara

  • Woman posts mouth-taped dog's pic on FB, under probe

    A Florida-based woman faces a police investigation after she posted a photo of her dog with his mouth taped shut on Facebook that sparked fury from users

  • Saving Christmas

    Saving Christmas

    A French soldier stands guard as people visit the Christmas market in front of the cathedral of Strasbourg, one of the largest and oldest christmas markets in France

  • Narendra Modi leaves for Paris to attend climate summit

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday left for Paris to attend the Conference of Parties (COP) 21 climate summit beginning Monday

  • Former New Jersey luncheonette owner chose to die in her restaurant

    A 78-year-old woman decided to spend her final hours last month — to her very last breath — in the now-shuttered New Jersey luncheonette she spent more than three decades running

  • Nepal maoists burn Indian embassy vehicle 'by mistake'

    Officials refute claim, saying it caught fire due to a technical glitch

  • Sharif ready to speak to India without pre-conditions: Pak TV

    Sharif ready to speak to India without pre-conditions: Pak TV

    Sharif hinted at this during meeting with David Cameron

  • India re-elected to international maritime body council

    India has been re-elected for two years to the council of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) at its 29th session in London

  • Priya Parmar's novel in NYT's 100 most notable books of 2015

    Indian-origin author Priya Parmar's novel about acclaimed painter Vanessa Bell and her more famous sister English writer Virginia Woolf has been named by New York Times in its annual prestigious list of 100 most notable books of 2015

  • Greek girls selling sex for sandwiches: Study

    Greek austerity has driven young women to the point where they are selling sex for the price of a sandwich, a study has found

  • Three arrested in Spain for IS links

    The Spanish interior ministry on Saturday said three people were arrested in an operation against a recruitment network for the Islamic State (IS) in the country

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