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UK PM May offers more assurances to EU nationals

LONDON: British Prime Minister Theresa May has vowed to make it as easy as possible for European Union (EU) citizens to remain in the UK after Brexit, the media reported on Thursday. Please like & share: Read More »

Khamenei threatens to shred nuclear deal if US quits

TEHRAN: The Iranian supreme leader on Thursday warned that his country would shred its multinational nuclear deal should the US decide to quit and criticized Europe’’s weak defence of the landmark agreement. Please like & share: Read More »

Govinda KC ends fast on fourteenth day

A 10-year old girl Rojina Tamang provided water to Dr KC in the presence of Health Minister Deepak Bohara, Health Secretary Dr Kiran Regmi, Secretary at Council of Ministers Mahindra Prasad Upadhyay, Chief of the Department of Medical Service Dr Bholaram Shrestha, and senior advocate Om Prakash Sharma, among others. Please like & share: Read More »

Saunders wins Man Booker prize

IANS   LONDON The “unique” and “extraordinary” novel, Lincoln in the Bardo, by noted American short story writer George Saunders that tells the story of Abraham Lincoln’s grief after the death of his young son has been declared as the winner of 2017 Man Booker Prize for Fiction. Saunders’ win was announced by Lola Baroness Young, the chair of the ... Read More »

Trump, Modi committed to build ambitious partnership: Tillerson

PTI   WASHINGTON US President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi are committed to building an “ambitious” partnership that benefits not just their countries but also other nations working towards peace and stability, America’s top diplomat said today. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told a Washington audience that Modi’s visit in June highlighted the many areas of cooperation ... Read More »

Unicef seeks more funds to help Rohingya children

IANS   DHAKA The Unicef on Wednesday said there is an urgent need to raise more funds to continue helping thousands of Rohingya children living in refugee camps in Bangladesh. The agency said in a statement that it managed to raise only 7 per cent of the total $76 million it required to continue to help the children refugees who ... Read More »

Pak arrests 25 Indian fishermen

PTI   KARACHI Pakistan has arrested 25 Indian fishermen this week for allegedly fishing in the country’s territorial waters, officials said today. The Maritime Security Force made the arrests in the last four days and also seized the fishermen’s four boats, the officials said. The Indian fishermen were fishing illegally in the Arabian Sea in Pakistan s coastal area, MSA ... Read More »

‘US expects Pakistan to take decisive action against terrorists’

PTI   WASHINGTON Secretary of State Rex Tillerson Wednesday said the US expects Pakistan to take decisive action against terrorists and such a move will improve Islamabad’s international standing as well as stability in the region. He also said that states that use terror as an instrument of policy will only see their international reputation and standing diminish, in an ... Read More »

Suicide bombers, gunmen kill 47 in attacks on Afghan forces

APF   Gardez Two separate suicide and gun attacks on government forces in Afghanistan left nearly 50 dead and more than 200 wounded, officials said Tuesday, the latest devastating assault on beleaguered security forces. The Taliban claimed the most deadly of the two assaults, a coordinated attack on police in the southeast Afghan city of Gardez that left hospital officials ... Read More »

Prachanda’s Maoist party not to quit govt immediately: Report

pti   Kathmandu Nepal’s former prime minster Prachanda’s Maoist party Tuesday rolled back its decision to quit the Deuba government, days after forging a Leftist alliance with main opposition CPN-UML to fight the next general elections. CPN (Maoist Centre) leader and Home Minister Janardan Sharma said that his party will not exit from the government immediately after knowing that “Prime ... Read More »

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