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Prospect of civil nuclear deal with Pakistan unlikely: White House

The prospect of a civil nuclear deal with Pakistan being talked about in the public domain is quite unlikely, the White House has said,...

Indian, Pakistani origin authors make cut for South Asian lit prize

Four authors of Indian origin and two of Pakistani, whose novels bring alive a spectrum of themes and emotions relevant in contemporary South Asian...

4-year-old Indian boy returning from Umrah dies on flight

A four-year-old Indian boy died on a flight due to epileptic seizures on his way back from Saudi Arabia after performing Umrah with his...

Pakistan frees two Taliban members as US envoy visits region

Taliban officials say Pakistan has released Abdul Samad Sani, a US-designated terrorist who served as the Afghan Central Bank governor during the militants' rule,...

Twitter storm rages over Trump”s Diwali tweet

US President Donald Trump's tweet calling Diwali a "holiday observed by Buddhists, Sikhs and Jains" have started a raging twitter storm over his apparent...

China says foreign concerns over Muslim rights unwarranted

China says 15 foreign ambassadors exceeded their diplomatic roles by issuing a letter expressing concern about the incarceration of hundreds of thousands of members...

Taliban kill 12 Afghan security forces in separate attacks

Afghan officials say the Taliban have killed 12 members of the Afghan security forces, including nine soldiers who died in a battle in the...

Two killed, 10 injured in bomb blast in Pakistan”s Karachi city

At least two people were killed and 10 others injured as a bomb exploded near a flyover in Pakistan's port city of Karachi on...

Violence against Rohingyas inexcusable, Pence tells Suu Kyi

US Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday told Myanmar's State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi that the treatment of her country's stateless Rohingya Muslim...

No plans to grant MFN status to India: Pakistan Govt

Pakistan has "no immediate plans" to grant Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status to India, a senior aide to Prime Minister Imran Khan has said,...

Saudi FM denies crown prince”s link to Khashoggi case

Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir on Thursday insisted that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman "absolutely" had nothing to do with the murder of...

Modi-Xi summit in Wuhan removed several misconceptions between India and China: Indian envoy

The Wuhan summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping has removed several "misconceptions" between the two countries which would enable...

British pensioner,74, caught with wine could face lashes in Saudi Arabia

A British pensioner caught with homemade wine in Saudi Arabia could receive 360 lashes - a punishment his family said would kill him, a...

Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 brought down by BuK missile, confirms Dutch probe

Dutch authorities on Tuesday released the findings of their probe into the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash over the conflict-hit region of eastern Ukraine...

44 killed in California wildfires

The three raging wildfires in California have killed 44 people since it started last week, a record number of deaths from a wildfire in...

UN Security Council meets on Gaza violence

The UN Security Council met behind closed doors Tuesday to discuss the escalation of violence in the Gaza Strip but there was no agreement...

Saudi Crown Prince ordered Khashoggi”s killing: CIA

The CIA has concluded that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman personally ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, despite the Saudi government's denials...

Ready for anti-terror operations on Pakistan soil: Iran

The Iranian Interior Ministry announced on Saturday that the country's security forces are ready for anti-terror operations on Pakistani territory. To guarantee the security of...

Taliban not losing in Afghanistan: US military officer

A top US military officer said that the Taliban "are not losing" in Afghanistan, and much more needs to be done to bring peace...

Five killed in NATO chopper crash in Afghanistan

At least five personnel of the NATO-led Resolute Support (RS) mission were killed after a helicopter went down in the Afghan capital, Xinhua reported...

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