Assam government declares war on ‘marriages by deception’
“In Assam, we are seeing the emergence of two to three new trends. Many Muslim boys create fake Facebook accounts with Hindu names and post pictures of themselves at temples. A girl gets married to one such boy, only to discover later that he is not from the same religion,” Sarma said.
All govt's should come together and launch joint war against air pollution: Arvind Kejriwal
All governments should come together and launch a joint war against air pollution. If all governments and all parties come together leaving ...
Yemen's warring parties swap prisoners for second day
A Saudi-led military coalition, which supports the internationally recognised Yemeni government, and Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthi movement agreed last month in Switzerland to exchange 1,081 prisoners, including 15 Saudis, in the largest swap of its kind in the five-year-old conflict.
COVID-19 lockdowns led to unprecedented decline in global emissions: Study
The research not only offers a much more precise look at COVID-19's impact on global energy consumption than previous analyses, but also suggests what fundamental steps could be taken to stabilise the global climate in the aftermath of the pandemic.
Rahul Gandhi attacks Centre over non-bullet proof vehicles for soldiers
Rahul Gandhi had earlier attacked Modi over the acquisition of VVIP aircraft and wondered how many things could have been bought for the soldiers stationed in Siachen-Ladakh border in the amount spent on the planes.
Damage from Trump's trade wars won't heal quickly: Analysts
One of Trump's main 2016 campaign themes was that the US -- the world's biggest economy -- had been taken advantage of by its trade partners and he pledged to shake up global trade arrangements and eliminate the nation's trade deficit.
Afghans say preventing next war as vital as ending this one
"They shot my sister right in the heart," Reyhana said. "No one from the government even came to apologize. They tried to say she was a protester. She wasn't. She just wanted to write her exams."
Smartphone wars: Samsung trumps Xiaomi in July-August period in India
As per Counterpoint Research data, Samsung had a 24% market share in July and 25% in August
Chinese President Xi Jinping instructs troops to focus on 'preparing for war'
This military visit came amid heightened tensions between China and US, with issues pertaining to disagreements over Taiwan and the COVID-19 pandemic.
China has no intention to fight either cold war or hot war with any country: Xi Jinping
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday said that China has no intention of entering a Cold War or hot war with any country. While addressin...
Modi-Hasina Summit in December; Delhi-Dhaka chalks out mega plans to celebrate 50 years of diplomatic ties
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar announced India’s decision to launch a commemorative postal stamp on the occasion of the birth centenary of Bangabandhu Sheikh MujiburRahman on 16 December 2020.
China boils with rage after #BTSInsultsChina trends over K-pop boy band's war comments
Chinese internet users and state media took RM's comments as a slap at China.
RBI vs markets: The tug-of-war and the damage control
What played out in the Indian bond markets over the past two months and what the Reserve Bank of India Governor Shaktikanta Das delivered on Friday could well be equated to a tug-of-war between the bond investors and the banker to North Block.
Armenia-Azerbaijan war: Decades-long conflict over disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region
Clashes have erupted between Armenia and Azerbaijan over a decades-long territorial dispute erupted on Sunday. The renewed tensions between ...
Piramal Pharma stake sale to provide war chest for acquisitions & growth
We had planned to close the deal by the end of the year and we managed to finish it by the end of September, says Nandini Piramal.