Tuesday, October 24, 2017

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Is China being left behind in US-North Korea sparring?

Beijing: As the United States and North Korea exchange fiery words over the regime's growing weapons programme, China -- the North's biggest ally and trade partner -- has receded into the background. Donald Trump had...

Bill Gates reduces Microsoft stake with $4.6bn donation

      Bill Gates has given away $4.6bn (£3.6bn) to charity in his largest donation since 2000. He remains the world's richest person, despite giving away 64 million shares in Microsoft. The shares are equivalent to 5% of...

Death toll mounts in Sierra Leone mudslides

Eighteen bodies were discovered Saturday, bringing the death toll to 499 people, according to Sidie Yahya Tunis, the tourism and cultural affairs minister. More than 150 children were among the dead, he said.Sierra Leone...

Ram Rahim can’t live without Honeypreet, reveals Rakhi Sawant

  Drama queen of Bollywood, Rakhi Sawant, who is known for her gimmicks is once again hitting the headlines. This controversial item girl whose career graph is on a decline has now revealed sensational information about rape convict...

Barcelona attack

Here's what we know so far about what happened. What happened? The attack began at 16:50 local time (14:50 GMT). Witnesses described seeing a white van zig-zagging at speed along the pedestrianised area, deliberately targeting people, knocking...

Photographer Captures Intimate Moments Of Couples Madly In Love & The Results Are Stunningly...

In a world of flings, one (or half?)-night stands, Netflix and Chill and open relationship there exists love that’s pure, raw and unabashedly real. Love that is in small, mundane, everyday things, love that’s so...

Palestinian Journalists Become First Targets of Controversial Cybercrime Law

Just a few weeks after it adopted a controversial cybercrime law, the Palestinian Authority (PA) has gone after five journalists alleging that they “leaked information to hostile entities.” The government did not identify the entities in question, but...

Trumps to skip Kennedy honours to avoid ‘distraction’

  US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump are to skip an arts awards ceremony to allow those taking part "to celebrate without political distraction", the White House says. Some of those due to...

Lost WW2 warship USS Indianapolis found after 72 years

  The warship was discovered 18,000 feet (5.5km) beneath the surface. The Indianapolis was destroyed returning from its secret mission to deliver parts for the atomic bomb which was later used on Hiroshima. Of the 1,196 men...

supreme Court notice on Maharashtra’s plea against High Court order on beef possession

New Delhi: The Supreme Court today sought a response on a plea of the Maharashtra government challenging the Bombay High Court order decriminalising possession of beef in the case of animals which are slaughtered outside the state. The...