• Indian Embassy tells 1,500 Indian families stranded in storm in Caribbean to 'go to hell'

    Indian Embassy tells 1,500 Indian families stranded in storm in Caribbean to 'go to hell'

    Over 1,500 Indian families are stranded in St Maarten as Category 5 storm Irma hits the Caribbean island; locals say Indian Embassy official asked them to 'go to hell'

  • WikiLeaks exposes CIA's secret missile control system

    WikiLeaks exposes CIA's secret missile control system

    WikiLeaks has released several documents of the Central Intelligence Agency's (CIA) secret missile control system, the organisation announced

  • Magnitude-8 earthquake hits southern Mexico, felt in capital

    Magnitude-8 earthquake hits southern Mexico, felt in capital

    A massive 8-magnitude earthquake hit off the coast of southern Mexico today, causing buildings to sway violently and people to flee into the street in panic as far away as the capital city

  • North Korea accuses US of wanting war

    North Korea accuses US of wanting war

    North Korea on Thursday pledged to take "powerful counter measures" to respond to US pressure or any new sanctions against it over its missile programme, accusing Washington of wanting war

  • 3.65 lakh want Suu Kyi's Nobel prize to be revoked

    3.65 lakh want Suu Kyi's Nobel prize to be revoked

    Thousands of people have signed an online petition calling for the Nobel committee to revoke Aung San Suu Kyi's 1991 peace prize over the Myanmar government's treatment of its Rohingya Muslims

  • Russians bought FB ads aimed at fueling 'divisive messages' during US Prez polls

    Russians bought FB ads aimed at fueling 'divisive messages' during US Prez polls

    Hundreds of fake Facebook accounts, probably run from Russia, spent about $100,000 on ads aimed at stirring up divisive issues such as gun control and race relations during the 2016 US presidential election, the social network said

  • Hurricane Irma Irma ire leaves 10 dead in the Caribbean

    Hurricane Irma Irma ire leaves 10 dead in the Caribbean

    The most potent Atlantic Ocean hurricane ever leaves thousands homeless; remains powerful Category 5 storm with winds of 180 mph

  • Hurricane Irma kills at least six on French island of Saint-Martin

    Hurricane Irma kills at least six on French island of Saint-Martin

    Hurricane Irma, described as one of the most powerful Atlantic storms in a century, has killed at least six people in the French Caribbean island territory of Saint Martin, a local government official said

  •  Hurricane Irma batters Caribbean, moves towards Puerto Rico

    Hurricane Irma batters Caribbean, moves towards Puerto Rico

    The "potentially catastrophic" hurricane Irma, the strongest Atlantic Ocean hurricane in recorded history, after causing widespread damage in the northern Caribbean islands was now moving towards Puerto Rico, according to weather authorities

  • Christian Dior to Saint Laurent pledged to ban ultra-thin models

    Christian Dior to Saint Laurent pledged to ban ultra-thin models

    A host of French-owned fashion labels spanning Christian Dior to Saint Laurent pledged to ban ultra-thin models from their advertising and catwalk shows following repeated scandals about anorexia and mistreatment

  • Suu Kyi slams 'iceberg of misinformation'

    Suu Kyi slams 'iceberg of misinformation'

    Myanmar's de-facto leader says 'fake news helping terrorists' in the crisis-hit Rakhine state

  • US to launch anti-dumping probe against steel flanges from India, China

    US to launch anti-dumping probe against steel flanges from India, China

    The Trump administration has said it will initiate new anti-dumping and countervailing duty probe to determine whether imports of stainless steel flanges from India and China are being dumped in the US

  • Mark Zuckerberg shares adorable snap with newborn baby girl

    Mark Zuckerberg shares adorable snap with newborn baby girl

    The billionaire internet mogul Mark Zuckerberg shared an adorable photo of him holding his newborn baby girl August Zuckerberg on his official Instagram profile

  • 36 killed, over 26,000 civilians evacuated in Rakhine, says Myanmar

    36 killed, over 26,000 civilians evacuated in Rakhine, says Myanmar

    A total of 26,747 ethnic people have been evacuated to safe places in Myanmar's northern Rakhine state due to terrorist attacks since August 25, the government's Information Committee said on Wednesday

  • Gurdwara in US vandalised with hate graffiti, one calls for nuking Sikhs

    Gurdwara in US vandalised with hate graffiti, one calls for nuking Sikhs

    A gurdwara in the US state of California has been vandalised with hate messages scrawled on its walls, including one calling for 'nuking' Sikhs

  • Indian woman jailed for reckless driving, killing baby in Australia

    Indian woman jailed for reckless driving, killing baby in Australia

    A 32-year-old Indian woman in Australia has been sentenced to over two years in jail after a court found her guilty of "wanton disregard of the law" which led to a car crash with a pregnant woman whose baby died

  • French magazine found guilty in Kate Middleton topless photo case

    French magazine found guilty in Kate Middleton topless photo case

    A French court has recently ordered Closer magazine to pay 100,000 Euros (Rs 64,1,1140) in civil damages and further 90,000 Euros (Rs 6876436.63) in fines for publishing topless photographs of the Duchess of Cambridge in 2012

  • Italy orders investigation after child dies of malaria

    Italy orders investigation after child dies of malaria

    Italy's health ministry has ordered an investigation into the death of a 4-year-old girl from malaria after checks determined she hadn't traveled to any country at risk for the disease

  • Modi meets Myanmar's State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi

    Modi meets Myanmar's State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today met Myanmar's State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi and the two leaders are expected to discuss wide-ranging topics

  • Indian woman rescued after husband, in-laws beat her in US

    Indian woman rescued after husband, in-laws beat her in US

    A 33-year-old Indian woman in the US was rescued after authorities received a call from India that she was being physically abused and held against her will by her husband and in-laws

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