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US arrests Chinese national on spying charge

He allegedly told the undercover agents: "They just wanted me to purchase some documents on their behalf.

Malaysia ex-PM’s wife grilled by corruption investigators   

Rosmah is often compared to Imelda Marcos, who left behind more than a thousand pairs of shoes after her husband, Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos, was ousted in 1986.

UN has ‘no right to interfere’, says Myanmar army chief 

No country, organisation or group has the "right to interfere in and make decisions over sovereignty of a country," Senior General Min Aung Hlaing told troops in a speech Sunday

Heavy rains lash parts of Himachal Pradesh, man feared dead 

According to the district administration, Tilak Raj, a resident of Luskwara village in Jawali tehsil, was swept away when he was crossing the rivulet Monday morning. Efforts were on to trace the body.

Young girls primary victims of humanitarian strife

Almost two-thirds said they lack schooling due to a multitude of reasons including hunger, beatings, rape, kidnapping and forced prostitution.

PM to inaugurate Sikkim’s first airport

Gangtok: Sikkim's dream of having an airport will come true on Monday as Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to inaugurate an aerodrome at Pakyong,...

Jammu-Srinagar highway opened for traffic 

The local administration has also directed people to remain indoors and not venture near water bodies or slopes.

Microplastics may enter food chain through mosquitoes  

Hard to spot and harder to collect, they can seriously harm marine wildlife and are believed to pose a significant risk to human health as they move through the food chain and contaminate water supplies.

Sensex ends with losses, fails to keep early lead

Stocks saw a positive start as the Sensex touched a high of 37,530.63 intra-day in tune with the rupee recovering from its record low.

New Zealand celebrates 125 years of women having the vote

New Zealand became the first nation in the world to allow women to vote 125 years ago, and hundreds of people celebrated the anniversary by turning out to gatherings and speeches with some wearing period costumes or the white camellia flowers a symbol of the movement.

Fight for Ease of Living

Why the largely peaceful protests in Tuticorin suddenly turned violent must be probed and the findings made public

Fuel prices hit the roof in India

This is the seventh straight day of price increase since oil PSUs on May 14 resumed daily price revision after a 19-day pre-Karnataka poll hiatus.

Five-year-old girl mauled to death by stray dogs in Punjab

Chandigarh: A five-year-old girl was killed by a pack of stray dogs in Punjab's Sangrur district, police said today. The deceased, identified as Ashu,...

Microsoft to unveil new Outlook designs for Mac and Windows

San Francisco: Microsoft is geared to unveil a slew of new features for its Outlook desktop app, Outlook for Android and iOS apps and...

Hyderabad on cusp of a major infrastructure leap

The Chintalkunta underpass, constructed under the Strategic Road Development Plan (SRDP) at a cost of Rs 18.70 crore, is the third such facility after the recently opened underpasses at Ayyappa Society and Mind Space junctions.

Messaging platform Telegram blocked in Iran

Tehran: Encrypted messaging platform Telegram has been blocked in Iran, highlighting the regime's concern over its role in organising widespread unrest that has rippled...

Let there be light

About 41 million households have to be electrified for India to meet its March 2019 target of universal electrification

Man leaps to death in Hyderabad

Hyderabad: A 28-year-old man died late on Monday after he allegedly jumped from a multi-storey building in Santosh Nagar on Sunday night. Mohammed Raheem, an...

Telangana Health Minister bats for organ donation

Laxma Reddy said that Mahabubnagar was among the top on blood donation in the state and that organ donation has been seeing an upward trend after the formation of Telangana through Jeevandan initiative.

Officials told to issue tokens to Rythu Bandhu beneficiaries

45 lakh passbooks have been printed of which 23 lakh have been dispatched to the districts and 15 lakh have been received at the district level

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