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India Denying Investigators Unconditional Access To Kashmir, Says UN; India Counters By Calling Pakistan ‘Failed State’

As per the media reports emanating from Geneva during the UN's Human rights council meeting, the United Nations (UN) high commissioner on human rights has regretted

Sri Lanka: State Of Emergency Must Respect Human Rights, Says Amnesty International

The Sri Lankan authorities must respect human rights under the state of emergency, Amnesty International said today.

China Objects to Indian PM Narendra Modi’s Visit to Arunachal Pradesh

China on Thursday (Feb. 15) reportedly expressed opposition to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Arunachal Pradesh, which Beijing claims as its own.

CPN-UML Names Oli as Nepal’s Next Prime Minister; Considered to be Pro-China

The two communist parties holding near two-thirds seats in federal parliament and six of the seven provincial assemblies -- the CPN-UML and CPN (Maoist Center) -- have struck a deal to rotate leadership of the soon to-be-unified party and the next government.

Kulbhushan Jadhav To Face Trail In “Terrorism” & Sabotage Charges, Says Pakistani Official

Former Indian navy officer and alleged Research & Analysis Wing (R&AW) spy Kulbhushan Jadhav who was condemned to death by a Pakistani military tribunal

By Amending Enemy Property Act India May Lose Chinese Investment, Says Media Reports

As per the media reports, China has expressed their concern over India’s Enemy Property Act saying India may confiscate the assets of the Chinese

Facebook to Let Users Rank Credibility of News and News Sources: Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook said on Friday that it planned to prioritize high-quality news on the social network by allowing its users to rank news sources that they see as the most credible and trustworthy.

Journalist Who Exposed Aadhaar Breach Deserves Applaud Not Investigation: Edward Snowden

After Edward Snowden a few days back in his tweet had appreciated the efforts of the scribe of The Tribune in exposing the breach and vulnerability of Aadhaar

Palestinian Envoy To Pakistan Shares Stage With Hafez Saeed, Infuriated India Issues Demarche

Tall claims of India in which it had maintained that the state of Pakistan has been globally isolated on diplomatic platform, at that time fell flat when on Friday

Apple Apologizes For Slowing Down Older IPhones

Tech giant apple on Friday apologised unconditionally for secretly slowing down older iPhones, a move it claimed was necessary to avoid unexpected shutdowns

Voters In Spain’s Catalonia Backs Pro-Independence Parties Again, Spain PM Rejects Puigdemount Call For Talks

 The voters in Catalonia an autonomous region in Southern Spain has once again delivered a blow to Madrid by backing pro-independence parties

UK To Re-Introduce Blue-And-Gold Passport After Brexit

British Prime Minster Theresa May on Friday hailed the return of Britain’s classic blue passport as a benefit of leaving the EU, pleasing Brexit campaigners

UN Security Council Imposes Fresh Sanctions on North Korea

The UN Security Council unanimously approved tough new sanctions against North Korea on Friday (Dec. 22) in reaction to its latest launch of a ballistic missile that Pyongyang says is capable of reaching anywhere on the US mainland.

UN General Assembly Shows Door to Donald Trump’s Jerusalem Move, Israel Calls UN A House Of ‘Lies’

An apparent majority of of United Nations (UN) member states has defied unprecedented threats by the US to declare President Donald Trump's recognition

Its Official, Apple Admits To Slowing Down Older Iphones

In a rare confession the tech giant Apple on Thursday reportedly issued a statement in which it has evidently admitted that it does  slows down

British PM Theresa May Defeated in UK Parliament over Brexit Blueprint

British Prime Minister Theresa May's government was defeated on Wednesday, when MPs forced through changes to its Brexit blueprint that ministers said could endanger Britain's departure from the European Union.

Myanmar: Rohingya Trapped In Dehumanising Apartheid Regime, Says Amnesty International India

The Rohingya people in Myanmar are trapped in a vicious system of state-sponsored, institutionalised discrimination that amounts to apartheid, said

There Were Systematic Rapes Committed Upon Rohingya Women By Myanmar Military: HRW Report

Chandigarh: Human Rights Watch an international rights group in its report has stated that Myanmar (Burmese) military have committed widespread rape against women and girls as part ...

Spain Imposes Military Rule In Catalonia To Preempt Independence Bid

The Spanish Senate formally voted 214-47 on Friday to authorize the implementation of Article 155 of the Spanish Constitution, suspending parliamentary rule in Catalonia.

Spain Declares to Impose Direct Rule on Catalonia after Declaration of Independence by Catalan National Assembly

The Catalan parliament on Friday voted to declare independence from Spain, prompting celebrations in Barcelona and a strong response from the central government in Madrid, Spain.

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