Trump asked me to sue EU over Brexit, says Theresa May

Trump asked me to sue EU over Brexit, says Theresa May

Embattled British Prime Minister Theresa May revealed that Donald Trump had suggested that she "sue" the European Union instead of negotiating with the 28-member...
Body found inside wall of women's washroom at Calgary mall

Body found inside wall of women’s washroom at Calgary mall

Canada: Man’s body found behind wall in women’s washroom A maintenance worker made a rather shocking discovery after he was called in to fix a...
UN hails India, China for fighting climate change

UN hails India, China for fighting climate change

United Nations, Jan 13- India and China are "strongly committed" to the leadership in fighting climate change and ensuring they do not suffer its...

Tens of thousands march in protests across Italy

Tens of thousands of people marched in rival far-right and anti-fascist demonstrations across Italy saturday, with isolated clashes erupting as tensions threatened to boil...
EU vows to block blow of US Iran sanctions

EU vows to block blow of US Iran sanctions

The EU said it will begin moves to block the effect of US sanctions on Iran as efforts to preserve the nuclear deal with...

WEF 2018: Trudeau bats for gender equality, says sexual harassment unacceptable

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Tuesday strongly supported urgent steps for gender equality and termed sexual harassment as an unacceptable systemic problem. ...
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PUNJABI FLAVOUR:A BIG VICTORY FOR PUNJABIS IN CANADIAN ELECTIONS

FEDERAL ELECTION 2015 TOTAL SEATS: 338 LIBERALS: 175, CONSERVATIVES: 95, NDP: 32, BC:9, GREEN PARTY: 1 PUNJABIS WHO WON SO FAR: NAVDEEP BAINS WINS FROM MISSISSAUGA-MALTON YASMIN RATANSI WINS...
4 killed, 14 injured in bomb blast on election rally in northwest Pakistan

4 killed, 14 injured in bomb blast on election rally in...

4 killed, 14 injured in bomb blast on election rally in northwest Pakistan At least four people were killed while 14 others, including a senior...

Macron leads crisis meeting after anti-government riots

French President Emmanuel Macron led a crisis meeting on Sunday after anti-government protests in Paris that left 263 people injured and widespread destruction around...
Modi, Abe take express train to travel to Tokyo

Modi, Abe take express train to travel to Tokyo

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe Sunday rode an express train to travel to Tokyo after spending eight hours together...
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Trump administration making it harder to overstay US student visas

Trump administration making it harder to overstay US student visas The Trump administration on Wednesday proposed a new rule that will establish a maximum period...

Kabul: At least eight killed in suicide Attack on NATO convoy

Kabul:A suicide bombing targeted a NATO convoy near the US embassy in the Afghan capital of Kabul on Wednesday morning, killing at least eight...
Merkel signals willingness to compromise on EU reform

Merkel signals willingness to compromise on EU reform

German Chancellor Angela Merkel signaled her willingness to find compromises with France when it comes to reforming the European Union, as she hosted French...

Trump releases $4 trillion budget plan; proposes $336 million aid to...

US President Donald Trump monday unveiled a USD 4 trillion annual budget for the fiscal 2019 beginning October 1, proposing USD 256 million in...
Awami League leader shot dead

Awami League leader shot dead in Bangladesh

Awami League leader shot dead in Bangladesh A local leader of the ruling Awami League was shot dead in southern Bangladesh on Tuesday. Some unidentified...
US court sentences Indian origin man

US court sentences Indian origin man to 33 months in prison...

US court sentences Indian origin man to 33 months in prison in fraud case An Indian-origin man has been sentenced to undergo 33 months of...
Bank of Canada Raises 1% Benchmark Rate, Economy Roars

Canadian dollar jumps to above 82 cents US as central bank...

Canadian dollar jumps to above 82 cents US as central bank hikes for second time this year. The Canadian economy had its strongest first half...

India keen on boosting ties with UAE: M J Akbar

Dubai: India is keen on bolstering its strong ties with the UAE to face challenges posed by fast-paced regional and international developments, Minister of State...
UK public backs more visas for Indian doctors

UK public backs more visas for Indian doctors

Britain's citizens back a more liberal visa regime for overseas doctors and medical staff from countries like India to meet the shortage of the...
Indian Junior women's  team beat Canada Jr. women team

Indian Junior women’s team beat Canada Jr. women team

Indian Junior women's  team beat Canada Jr. women team 2-0 in the Cantor Fitzgerald U21 International 4-Nations opener A brace by young Mumtaz Khan helped...
12 killed in suicide bombing in Jalalabad, Afghanistan

12 killed in suicide bombing in Jalalabad, Afghanistan

At least 12 people have died when a suicide attacker detonated his explosives at the check post in the eastern Afghan City of Jalalabad. The...

Bangkok hospital bomb: Thai court jails man for 27 years

A 62-year-old man has been sentenced to 27 years in prison on Wednesday for planting a bomb at a Bangkok hospital. The blast took...
Push for new referendum on final Brexit deal

Push for new referendum on final Brexit deal

A new cross-party campaign for a referendum on Britain's EU departure deal launched on Sunday, insisting the British public -- and not just politicians...
US seizes 100 'pot-growing' houses linked to China

US seizes 100 ‘pot-growing’ houses linked to China

Federal agents seized more than 100 homes in one of the largest residential drug busts in US history in a bid to combat Chinese-run...

N Korea test-fires missile, challenging new leader in South

Seoul: North Korea test-launched a ballistic missile that landed in the Sea of Japan, the South Korean, Japanese and US militaries said. The launch is a...
44 dead as record rains devastate parts of Japan

44 dead as record rains devastate parts of Japan

The toll in record rains that have devastated parts of Japan rose today to at least 44, officials said, with authorities issuing new warnings...

State of emergency in Yemen’s capital as cholera kills 180

Sanaa: Yemen has declared a state of emergency in its capital city of Sana'a as a massive cholera outbreak killed more than hundred people...

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