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  • G7 leaders pressure Trump on climate change Taormina (Italy), May 27 : The G7 leaders have pushed U.S. President Donald Trump to join the rest of the world in combating climate change, but the President has made no promises despite the White House insisting his views are “evolving”.The G7 nation…
  • U.S. stands in solidarity with Egypt over Christian killings Washington DC (US), May 27 : Expressing his solidarity over the Christian killings, U.S. President Donald Trump has said that America stands with President Al Sisi and all the Egyptian people today, and always, as they fight to defeat the common enemy….
  • Russia urges NATO to improve relations Moscow (Russia), May 27 : The Russian Foreign Ministry on Friday called on NATO to stop confrontation and seek better relations with Moscow.Russia-NATO relations are “in the deepest crisis since the end of the Cold War,” said the ministry in a statemen…
  • G7 leaders sign joint declaration on combating terrorism Taormina (Italy), May 27 : The leaders of the Group of Seven (G7) industrialized nations on Friday signed a joint declaration on combating terrorism.The 15-point document says the fight against “violent extremism” is “a major priority” of the G7, which…
  • Trump wishes Muslims ‘a joyful Ramadan’, urges end to violence Washington DC (US), May 27 : U.S. President Donald Trump wished Muslims “a joyful Ramadan,” on Friday, urging them to use the holy month to reject violence by the extremists.”On behalf of the American people, I would like to wish all Muslims a joyful R…
  • Egypt launches airstrikes in Libya in retaliation to Christian killings Cairo (Egypt), May 27 : Following attacks on the Coptic Christians in Egypt, government jets have attacked positions in eastern Libya.The bombings were aimed at “terrorist” outposts, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi said, adding that any form of…
  • Ariana Grande announces Manchester benefit concert for bombing victims Washington DC (US), May 27 : Singer Ariana Grande has announced that she will return to Manchester to perform a benefit concert to raise money for the victims of the bombing and their families.She posted a letter on Twitter to express her remorse over …
  • Clinton compares Trump to Nixon, says ‘presidency would eventually end in disgrace’ Wellesley (US), May 27 : In a fiery commencement speech at her alma mater of Wellesley College on Friday, former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton drew a comparison between U.S.President Donald Trump and former President Richard Nixon. “We were fu…
  • Trump calls Germans ‘very bad’, vows to curb foreign car imports New York , May 26 : Slamming their trade policies, U.S. President Donald Trump called the Germans “very bad” and vowed to limit the U.S. car imports from the country. “See the millions of cars they are selling in the US. Terrible. We will stop t…
  • G7 leaders brace for clash with Trump on trade, climate New York , May 26 : U.S. President Donald Trump and his counterparts from six of the world’s most powerful countries have gathered for a two-day summit — the G-7 — to discuss the globe’s most pressing problems in the medieval Sicilian coastal t…
  • Political tourism shouldn’t be played by Rahul Gandhi: BJP New Delhi , May 27 : Slamming the opposition after Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi was denied to visit riot-hit Saharanpur, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday asserted that the former is a master in political tourism and photo ops…
  • Ban on cattle sale will impose bigger burdens on farmers: CPI (M) New Delhi , May 27 : After the Centre announced strict rules to prohibit sale of animals for slaughter or religious sacrifice at livestock markets and animal fairs that are a common occurrence in rural areas, the Communist Party of India (Marxis…
  • BJP welcomes PM Modi-Nitish meet New Delhi/Mumbai (Maharashtra) , May 26 : Ahead of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday welcomed the meeting of the duo, however refraining from commenting on…
  • UP: Children abused at shelter home in Allahabad Allahabad (Uttar Pradesh) , May 27: In yet another shameful incident, three minor boys were tied up and tortured at a shelter home in Allahabad district of Uttar Pradesh.The boys were found from the Allahabad Junction Railway Station who refused…
  • Myth of supremacy of Pak BAT demolished completely: Defence Experts New Delhi/Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh) , May 27 : Lauding the Indian Army for neutralizing two Pakistani Border Action Team (BAT) terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir’s Uri sector, the defence experts on Saturday said the myth of the supremacy of the Paki…
  • TRS parliamentary party meet to be held today Hyderabad (Telangana), May 27 : The Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) parliamentary party and legislature party meeting, under the Chairmanship of party president and Chief Minister K.Chandrashekhar Rao will be held on Saturday. The meeting will be held …
  • Delhi Court to hear tampering charges in Uphaar tragedy case New Delhi , May 27 : A Delhi Court will on Friday continue to hear the alleged tampering with evidence related to the Uphaar tragedy case.The court has already reserved its order on the basis of the chargesheet filed by the police on charges mad…
  • Delhi Court to hear defamation case against Kejriwal New Delhi , May 27 : A Delhi Court will on Saturday continue its hearing in the defamation case of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Ramesh Bidhuri against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.The court was hearing the defamation complaint of Bidh…
  • India condoles loss of lives in Sri Lanka due to flooding New Delhi , May 27 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that India condoles the loss of lives and property in Sri Lanka due to flooding and landslides.”India condoles the loss of lives and property in Sri Lanka due to flooding and landslides….
  • RJD’s application for EVM hackathon challenge rejected New Delhi , May 26 : The Election Commission of India (ECI) on Friday rejected the request filed by the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) to take part in the Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) hackathon challenge.”We received the RJD’s email at 5:39 pm (…
  • Rock band Kiss, WWE cancel shows in Manchester Arena Washington D.C. , May 26 : After a devastating terror attack at Manchester Arena, US rock band ‘Kiss’ and WWE NXT have canceled their shows.The band had their gig planned for May 30, but in the wake of the tragic events on Monday night, they have …
  • ‘Raabta’ team quashes ‘Magadheera’ makers’ ‘rip-off’ claims New Delhi , May 26 : Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon-starrer ‘Raabta’ has landed in a plagiarism feud after the makers of Telugu film ‘Magadheera’ claimed that there are lot of similarities between the two flicks.Dinesh Vijan and Bhushan Ku…
  • A father’s touching message to Ariana Grande post Manchester attack New Delhi , May 26 : The devastating terror attack at Manchester Arena, which left 22 dead and 119 injured, has broken hearts around the world, including that of Ariana Grande.Patrick Millsaps, a father of three daughters, decided to pen a lengt…
  • Kirsten Dunst gets emotional on Cannes red carpet Washington D.C. , May 26 : While posing at the red carpet of 70th Cannes Film Festival with the cast of her upcoming movie, ‘The Beguiled,’ actress Kirsten Dunst got emotional and bursted into tears.Wearing a light purple A-line gown, the ‘melanc…
  • Liam Payne reveals how fatherhood changed his life forever Washington D.C. , May 26 : Liam Payne is loving fatherhood and he can’t help but gush over it. On ‘The Kyle and Jackie O show,’ the former ‘One Direction’ member, who recently welcomed his son bear with girlfriend Cheryl, spoke about the moment wh…
  • Liam Payne hid his ‘life size dinosaurs’ before meeting Cheryl’s dad Washington D.C. , May 26 : Singer Liam Payne has opened up about the moment he met his girlfriend Cheryl’s dad for the first time.The ‘Strip That Down’ hitmaker, who has a two-month-old son Bear with the former ‘Girls Aloud’ star, admitted on the …
  • ‘IT guys’ James Corden, Orlando Bloom ‘turn it on’ with racy office moves New Delhi , May 26 : Tech support was taken to a whole new level, when James Corden and Orlando Bloom bust their office moves.Posing as guys from the IT department in a new sketch on The Late Late Show, the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ star and th…
  • ‘Sachin: A Billion Dreams’ made tax-free in Maharashtra New Delhi , May 26 : The Maharashtra government has decided to waive off the entertainment tax on master blaster Sachin Tendulkar’s biopic ‘Sachin: A Billion Dreams.’ The state government took this decision to honour the contribution of Tendulka…
  • A sneak peek into Lorde’s ‘Melodrama’ New Delhi , May 26 : All set to release her new album ‘Melodrama,’ Lorde recently teased her fans with an “early demo” of her upcoming song ‘Sober.’ The 20-year-old Grammy Award winner took to her Twitter handle and posted a series of videos, ca…
  • When Jamie Foxx gave ‘B**ch Better Have My Money’ an opera twist Washington D.C. , May 26 : From crooning ‘Who Let the Dogs Out’ as a Broadway musical tune to giving Rihanna’s hit an opera makeover, Jamie Foxx took singing to a new level.The 49-year-old Oscar winner joined Jimmy Fallon on ‘The Tonight Show’ and…
  • G7 leaders pressure Trump on climate change Taormina (Italy), May 27 : The G7 leaders have pushed U.S. President Donald Trump to join the rest of the world in combating climate change, but the President has made no promises despite the White House insisting his views are “evolving”.The G7 nation…
  • Political tourism shouldn’t be played by Rahul Gandhi: BJP New Delhi , May 27 : Slamming the opposition after Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi was denied to visit riot-hit Saharanpur, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday asserted that the former is a master in political tourism and photo ops…
  • Ban on cattle sale will impose bigger burdens on farmers: CPI (M) New Delhi , May 27 : After the Centre announced strict rules to prohibit sale of animals for slaughter or religious sacrifice at livestock markets and animal fairs that are a common occurrence in rural areas, the Communist Party of India (Marxis…
  • Russia urges NATO to improve relations Moscow (Russia), May 27 : The Russian Foreign Ministry on Friday called on NATO to stop confrontation and seek better relations with Moscow.Russia-NATO relations are “in the deepest crisis since the end of the Cold War,” said the ministry in a statemen…
  • U.S. stands in solidarity with Egypt over Christian killings Washington DC (US), May 27 : Expressing his solidarity over the Christian killings, U.S. President Donald Trump has said that America stands with President Al Sisi and all the Egyptian people today, and always, as they fight to defeat the common enemy….
  • G7 leaders sign joint declaration on combating terrorism Taormina (Italy), May 27 : The leaders of the Group of Seven (G7) industrialized nations on Friday signed a joint declaration on combating terrorism.The 15-point document says the fight against “violent extremism” is “a major priority” of the G7, which…
  • BJP welcomes PM Modi-Nitish meet New Delhi/Mumbai (Maharashtra) , May 26 : Ahead of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday welcomed the meeting of the duo, however refraining from commenting on…
  • UP: Children abused at shelter home in Allahabad Allahabad (Uttar Pradesh) , May 27: In yet another shameful incident, three minor boys were tied up and tortured at a shelter home in Allahabad district of Uttar Pradesh.The boys were found from the Allahabad Junction Railway Station who refused…
  • Myth of supremacy of Pak BAT demolished completely: Defence Experts New Delhi/Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh) , May 27 : Lauding the Indian Army for neutralizing two Pakistani Border Action Team (BAT) terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir’s Uri sector, the defence experts on Saturday said the myth of the supremacy of the Paki…
  • Trump wishes Muslims ‘a joyful Ramadan’, urges end to violence Washington DC (US), May 27 : U.S. President Donald Trump wished Muslims “a joyful Ramadan,” on Friday, urging them to use the holy month to reject violence by the extremists.”On behalf of the American people, I would like to wish all Muslims a joyful R…
  • Transoral robotic surgery, improved treatment option for throat cancer New Delhi , May 26 : Latest robotic surgery may work as a boon for patients suffering from early stage oropharyngeal carcinoma (cancer of the mouth, neck and throat).Fortis Memorial Research Institute (FMRI) piloted a first of its kind study on …
  • 23-year-old suffers severe heart attack due to smoking New Delhi , May 26 : With several reasons attributing to a paradigm shift in the age groups suffering from heart attacks to younger age brackets, tobacco induced cardiac arrests rate as one of the topmost ones.The team that saved the patient in …
  • Monitoring blood glucose imperative for managing diabetes during Ramadan New Delhi , May 26 : According to statistics, India has the third largest Muslim population in the world.The month of Ramadan is about to begin and a vast majority of this population will be fasting for a large number of days.However, this numbe…
  • Trans-oral Robotic Surgery: Improved treatment option for throat cancer New Delhi , May 26 : Looks like a ray of hope can be seen for the patients suffering from early stage oropharyngeal carcinoma (cancer of the mouth, neck and throat), in form of robotic surgery.Fortis Memorial Research Institute (FMRI) piloted a …
  • Frequent recreational weed puts your mouth at risk Washington D.C. , May 26 : Frequent recreational use of cannabis, including marijuana, hashish, and hash oil, ups the risk of gum disease, a recent study has found.Periodontal (gum) disease is an inflammatory reaction to a bacterial infection belo…
  • Everyuth defines new age naturals with Tulsi Turmeric face wash New Delhi , May 25 (ANI-BusinessWireIndia): Everyuth Naturals, a pioneer and a leading skincare brand known for its natural ingredients and effective products has announced the re-launch of its flagship product in the face wash category with-the…
  • Sutureless Valve Replacement Surgery turns boon for a 78-year-old New Delhi , May 25 : A Sutureless Valve Replacement surgery was recently performed on a 78 year old patient by Global Hospitals, Mumbai.Sutureless aortic valve replacement is innovatively designed procedure for aortic stenosis (one of the most c…
  • Suicide rates among people with autism on rise Washington D.C. , May 25 : According to a recent study, suicide rates among autism patients have reached ‘worryingly’ high levels.The findings have been published in the journal Lancet Psychiatry. The researchers from Coventry and Newcastle univer…
  • Herbalife Nutrition survey reveals interesting insights on balanced nutrition New Delhi , May 22 : Global nutrition company Herbalife Nutrition undertook a survey on balanced nutrition in 12 markets across Asia Pacific and surveyed more than 6,000 consumers to understand eating habits, exercise and lifestyle habits among …
  • New device could detect inflammation in lungs New Delhi , May 22 : To improve the management of asthma and other respiratory diseases, researchers have created a graphene-based sensor that could lead to earlier detection of looming asthma attacks.Javanmard and a diverse team of Rutgers-New …
  • We have nothing to lose in Champions Trophy, says Sarfraz Ahmed London , May 26 : Pakistan skipper Sarfraz Ahmed has insisted that his side is under no pressure and have nothing to lose at the upcoming Champions Trophy beginning June 1 in England and Wales.Pakistan, who come into the tournament eighth in the IC…
  • Champions Trophy: We’re in a ` very hard` group, says Mortaza Birmingham , May 26 : Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza is convinced that his team can take its form of the past two years on to one of the sport’s grandest stages as it gears up for the Champions Trophy beginning June 1 in England and Wales.Bang…
  • Second edition of ‘Indian Open of Surfing’ gets underway in Mangaluru Mangaluru (Karnataka) , May 26 : The second edition of the ‘Indian Open of Surfing’ on Friday got underway amidst much fanfare at the Sasihithlu beach in Mangaluru.The three-day surfing extravaganza is a part of the Karnataka Surfing Festival pr…
  • National football team training is much tougher, says Mizoram duo New Delhi , May 26 : Even as the national football team prepares for the forthcoming AFC Asian Cup Qualifier against Kyrgyz Republic in Bengaluru, the two newcomers–Lalruatthara and Laldanmawia Ralte are not much willing to speculate whether th…
  • Djokovic drawn to face Nadal in French Open semis Johannesburg , May 26 : World No. 2 Novak Djokovic and fourteen-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal have been drawn to face each other in a blockbuster French Open semi-final.The Spaniard is looking for his 10th title at the Roland Garr…
  • Nishikori, Wawrinka battle into Geneva Open semis Johannesburg , May 26 : Japanese tennis star Kei Nishikori produced a spirited fight back as he bounced back from a set down to book his place in the semi-finals of the Geneva Open last evening.The second-seeded saved three match point to…
  • Can have ‘big role’ to play in Champions Trophy: Adam Zampa Melbourne , May 26 : Australian leg-spinner Adam Zampa has insisted that he can have a big role to play for his side in the upcoming Champions Trophy beginning June 1 in England and Wales.Australia highly depend on their pacers, considering …
  • IPL 10 brings 350 millions interactions on Facebook New Delhi , May 26 : The 10th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) concluded on Sunday with a dramatic final-over victory by Mumbai Indians over Rising Pune Supergiant in Hyderabad.Over the course of the tournament, 120 million people join…
  • Won’t play bilateral series against Pak without govt.’s permission, says BCCI New Delhi , May 26 : As the Board of Control for Cricket in India prepares to meet the Pakistan Cricket Board to discuss the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between the two countries in 2014, senior BCCI functionary Rajeev Shukla on Fri…
  • Delhi Daredevils put in bid in SA’s T20 league: Report Johannesburg , May 26 : Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Delhi Daredevils owners have reportedly put in a bid to buy a team in Cricket South Africa’s (CSA) new T20 league.Infrastructural company GMR Group, who are the owners of the D…
  • Men! Here are some summer street trends for you New Delhi , May 26 : Summer and style can be a little bothersome to lead on a parallel path. It requires a great deal of endurance to be comfortable and stylish at the same time in summer days. You can either save yourself from harsh rays or loo…
  • Afghan food gains popularity among food lovers in Delhi New Delhi , May 26 : Afghani food is known for its exquisite taste and different varieties and thus the Afghan food business has become a livelihood for many Afghans living as refugees in New Delhi.The Afghan food market is growing rapidly in th…
  • Free your thyroid gland from pills! New Delhi , May 26 : According to WHO, depression is one of the major reasons for suicides globally.The story in India is no different. Even as hyperthyroidism, grows exponentially, with more than 200 million people suffering from the disease wo…
  • Let your baby bask in summer’s glory! New Delhi , May 25 : The hot and humid months are here. Brisk winds, sweaty skin and dryness make the weather simply unbearable for adults and kids. While adults can take necessary precautions to protect themselves from the harsh rays of the Sun…
  • This summer, de-tan at home with these refreshing face packs New Delhi , May 25 : We all know, tan comes as an add on with the blazing sun during the summers.As it is difficult for you to step out of the house for a salon trip, we bring you home remedies to pamper yourself and ban that tan.Here are ...
  • Brooks Brothers now just a ‘CLiQ’ away New Delhi , May 25 : Checking out the latest collection and buying them will now be on your finger tip as American clothing brand Brooks Brothers is now just a click away.The Tata group’s multi-brand luxury e-commerce platform announced the addi…
  • Not just looks, your scent and voice make you attractive Atlanta , May 25 : The right voice and scent play an equally important role in making you appear attractive than just good looks, highlights a mini review in Frontiers in Psychology.The paper’s authors reviewed 73 studies on attractiveness, publish…
  • Urban living has link with increased paranoia in youths London , May 23 : If you hear voices or feel something weird around you, then blame the urban life you are having! A research says, city-living significantly increases the risk of psychotic experiences such as hearing voices and paranoia in young p…
  • Key to getting a second date! London , May 22 : First dates are always filled with assumptions and tensions as to whether it will lead to a second date or not.So, to end that nerve-wrecking mode, a new study finds that one thing, which can lead your first date to a second: be n…
  • Karachi Literature Festival celebrated for the 1st time in London London , May 22 : London recently experienced Pakistan’s, while celebrating Karachi Literature Festival, for the first time outside Pakistan.KLF was marked with freedom of expression and views of leading modern Pakistani writers and intellectuals a…