Hong Kong police shoot man in Monday morning rush hour protests Police shoot man in Hong Kong rush hour protests

It's the third time police have shot someone with live rounds since the Hong Kong protests began in June


Australia bushfires: Sydney area faces 'catastrophic' threat Australia bushfires: Sydney area faces 'catastrophic' threat

Residents in vulnerable communities are being urged to leave and seek shelter in evacuation centres


Bolivian President Evo Morales resigns amid fraud poll protests Bolivian President Evo Morales resigns amid fraud poll protests

On Sunday, international monitors called for the election result to be annulled, saying they had found "clear manipulations" of the 20 October poll


Babri Mosque verdict: 37 booked, 12 FIRs registered over objectionable posts on social media Babri Mosque verdict: 37 sued over posts on social media

The police say they have taken action against 3,712 social media posts by either deleting those objectionable posts or deleting the profiles


Iran announces discovery of massive oil field Iran announces discovery of massive oil field

The vast field in the southwestern province of Khuzestan holds an estimated 53 billion barrels of crude


Israel court rejects Russian 'hacker' appeal against US extradition Israel court rejects Russian 'hacker' appeal against US extradition

They noted that the decision to extradite him was made "after a deep and exhaustive examination of all the considerations"


Exams of classes 5 to 9 postponed in Kashmir Exams of classes 5 to 9 postponed in Kashmir

The exams would now be held on November 26 and November 28


Protesters in Hong Kong vandalise subway station, storm mall Protesters in Hong Kong vandalise subway station, storm mall

Hong Kong is in the sixth month of protests that began over a proposed China extradition law 


‘Bulbul’ makes landfall in West Bengal, 3 deaths reported ‘Bulbul’ makes landfall in West Bengal, 3 deaths reported

A woman die and two others were injured in Bengal’s North 24 Parganas district on Sunday after a tree uprooted by strong winds fell into her makeshift house


Cyclone Bulbul passes India’s West Bengal Cyclone Bulbul passes West Bengal

Two lives have been lost, one each in West Bengal and Odisha, due to heavy rain triggered by the very severe cyclonic storm


Nearly 200 illegal immigrants deported from Libya Nearly 200 illegal immigrants deported from Libya

The International Organization for Migration recently said that Libya has more than 650,000 illegal immigrants 

 


Bureaucratic impediments delay Nawaz Sharif’s departure Bureaucratic impediments delay Nawaz Sharif’s departure

Nawaz Sharif was due to leave for London this morning on a PIA flight along with his brother Shahbaz Sharif


Sussexes and Cambridges reunite at Remembrance event UK royals attend Remembrance event

They join the Queen and other members of the Royal Family at the Royal Albert Hall to commemorate those who lost their lives in conflicts


French student sets himself on fire over financial problems French student sets himself on fire

The man posts on Facebook about his financial difficulties just hours before self-immolating in front of a university restaurant in Lyon


Cyclone 'Bulbul': Over 2 million people evacuated in Bangladesh, India 'Bulbul': Over 2 million people evacuated in Bangladesh,India

Two people have already been killed by the cyclone


‘Bulbul’ makes landfall in West Bengal of India ‘Bulbul’ makes landfall in West Bengal

 West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee visited the control room at the state secretariat to monitor the situation


Australia bushfires: Three dead and thousands forced from homes

Massive bushfire kill three in Australia

Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the military could be called upon to support the 1,300 firefighters currently tackling about 100 blazes


Mamata personally monitoring cyclone Bulbul situation Mamata personally monitoring cyclone Bulbul situation

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee appeals to citizens to maintain calm and not to panic


Pakistan opens visa-free border crossing for India Sikhs Pakistan opens visa-free border crossing for India Sikhs

The prime ministers of India and Pakistan inaugurated Saturday a visa-free border crossing for Sikh pilgrims from India


Babri mosque order Babri mosque order "unjust": Muslim Group Lawyer

The Muslims were dispossessed upon the desecration of the mosque on 22/23 December 1949 which was ultimately destroyed on 6 December 1992, the court says 


Cyclone Bulbul intensifies in parts of West Bengal, Odisha Cyclone Bulbul intensifies in parts of West Bengal, Odisha

The storm is currently moving at a speed of 13 kmph and may intensify further by Saturday, says India Meteorological Department (IMD)


Babri mosque verdict should not be seen as matter of victory or loss: Modi Babri mosque verdict should not be seen as victory or loss: Modi

The Indian SC cleared the way for the construction of a Ram Temple at the disputed site in Ayodhya and directed the Centre to allot a 5-acre plot to the Sunni Waqf Board for building a mosque


Indian PM Modi inaugurates Kartarpur Corridor Indian PM Modi inaugurates Kartarpur Corridor

Modi inaugurated the passenger terminal building, also known as Integrated Check Post, where pilgrims will get clearance to travel through the newly-built Corridor


7 Hong Kong pro-democracy lawmakers detained or face arrest 7 Hong Kong pro-democracy lawmakers detained

The others receives summons to turn up at police stations Saturday to face arrest


Kartarpur Corridor opens for Indian Sikh pilgrims today Kartarpur Corridor opens for Indian Sikh pilgrims today

The Kartarpur Corridor will be opened for the Sikh pilgrims to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev on November 12


Babri mosque verdict: Disputed land given for temple, alternate land for mosque   Babri Mosque: Indian SC gives disputed land for temple

The Indian Supreme Court has ordered that a temple must be constructed at the disputed site and the Muslims must be compensated with five acres of land at a prominent place in Ayodhya


Babri mosque verdict: Priyanka Gandhi tweets appeal for peace Babri mosque verdict: Priyanka Gandhi appeals for peace

Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra says that this country (India) is of Mahatma Gandhi and asked everyone to follow his message of peace and non-violence


Two dead in Australia bushfires Two dead in Australia bushfires

More than 30 people have been injured, most of them firefighters


Pompeo attacks Russia and China in Berlin speech Pompeo attacks Russia and China in Berlin speech

US President Donald Trump has frequently accused European Nato members of failing to provide their fair share of military spending


Brazilian ex-President Lula released from jail Brazilian ex-President Lula released from jail

He has been held in a prison in the city of Curitiba on corruption charges


Babri mosque verdict: Indian Supreme Court due to rule on holy site Indian Supreme Court due to rule on Babri mosque dispute

The vereoct is due on Saturday at about 11:00 Bangladesh time (05:00 GMT)


Beijing to restrict use of electronic devices in schools Beijing to restrict use of electronic devices in schools

According to the regulation, students are not allowed to bring their mobile phones, tablets or other electronic devices


Japan 'glasses ban' for women at work sparks backlash Japan 'glasses ban' for women at work sparks backlash

Wearing glasses at work has become an emotive topic in Japan following reports that some firms have told female employees to remove them


11 injured in stampede at Bardhaman station 11 injured in stampede at Bardhaman station

11 persons got injured in a stampede on an over bridge at Burdwan Railway Station in India


China to conduct 7th population census in 2020 China to conduct 7th population census in 2020

China plans to conduct its seventh national population census in 2020, the State Council announced Friday


Iran Shoots Down Unidentified Drone Near Gulf Coast: Report Iran Shoots Down Unidentified Drone Near Gulf Coast: Report

The unmanned aircraft was downed over Iranian territory with a domestically manufactured Mersad surface-to-air missile


Top-level security cover for Congress party leaders Sonia Gandhi, Rahul and Priyanka removed Top-level security cover for Sonia, Rahul and Priyanka removed

The Gandhis have been under SPG cover since the assassination of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi in 1991


India strips British Modi critic of overseas citizenship India strips British Modi critic of overseas citizenship

Millions of people of Indian origin have OCI status, allowing them to travel freely into the country without a visa and stay indefinitely


Judge orders Trump to pay $2m for misusing Trump Foundation funds Judge orders Trump to pay $2m for charity misuse

The Donald J Trump Foundation closed down in 2018

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