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Russia remains India’s leading military supplier: Putin

MOSCOW (INP) President Vladimir Putin has said Russia remains one of India’s leading suppliers of advanced weapons and defence technology as “India is...

US election: More top Republicans drop support for Trump

Washington(Online): More senior Republicans have withdrawn support for US presidential candidate Donald Trump after his obscene remarks about women became public. At...

2 Israelis Killed by Palestinian Gunman in Jerusalem

JERUSALEM: A Palestinian gunman made a brazen choice of location for a deadly rampage on Sunday: Driving a speeding car, he opened fire at civilians near a light rail...

China Justifies Dam On Brahmaputra; Says It Won’t Affect India

BEIJING (INP) Justifying its move to construct a dam on Brahmaputra China today sought to allay apprehensions that it would effect the river flow into India saying that...

CPEC brings positive results for common prosperity; Chinese media

BEIJING(INP): China-Pakistan economic corridor, a major and pilot project of Belt and Road Initiative unveiled three years ago has already delivered tangible results,...

Unable to Saudize, hundreds of telecom firms closed down

DAMMAM (INP): A total of 800 telecommunication establishments have closed down as they were unable to meet the Saudization requirement. According to Saudi Gazette...

Radical protesters burn Salman’s effigy

NEW DELHI (INP): Radical supporters of Bharatiya Janata Party MLA Sangeet Som burnt an effigy of Bollywood actor Salman Khan at Khatoli town in Muzaffarnagar, Uttar...

Overreliance strains Afghanistan’s elite special forces

LASHKAR GAH: It had been six hours since nearly two dozen Taliban fighters overran a district center just south of here. An Afghan Army unit, backed by U.S. airpower,...

US urges war crimes probe as Syria fight moves to UN

WASHINGTON :The United States declared Saturday that the bombing of civilians in Aleppo could amount to a war crime, as the diplomatic battle over the Syrian war moved...

UN envoy eyes 72-hour truce for Yemen

Washington:A 72-hour truce for conflict-riddled Yemen is expected to be announced soon, the UN envoy to the Arabian Peninsula country said Friday after talks with rebel...