North Korea Fires 4 More Missiles As Tensions Rise

Kim Jong-un’s North Korea fired four short-range ballistic missiles towards the Yellow Sea on Saturday, further escalating tension with South Korea. The South Korean military said it detected the launches from Tongrim in North Pyongan, its joint chief of defence staff said in a statement. Saturday’s launches come in backdrops of rising tension in the …

PM Modi’s ‘Friend’ Netanhayu Poised To Return As Israel PM

Former Israeli premier Benjamin Netanyahu, who calls PM Narendra Modi his “great friend”, is poised to return to power with his rightwing coalition allies appearing to win a resounding majority in the national elections. As per local media reports, the Likud party leader is looking to form an alliance government, while incumbent prime minister Yair …

Sharif-Xi Discusses Stretching CPEC To Afghanistan

Pakistan Prime minister Shehbaz Sharif and President Xi Jinping of China acknowledged on Wednesday that the CPEC’s extension to Afghanistan "would strengthen regional connectivity initiatives".

Hardeep Puri Destroys CNN Anchor With Bare Facts On “Moral Conflict” Of Buying Russian Oil

CNN anchor Becky Anderson got schooled by Union Oil Minister Hardeep Singh Puri on how Europe continues to be the largest importer of Russian oil at a recent interview in the CNN studio. Anderson miserably failed at guilt tripping India for buying Russian oil as Puri responded to her loaded questions with facts. She began …

Pakistani Journalist Dies In Imran Khan’s Rally

Former Pakistan Prime minister Imran Khan had to cancel his ‘long march’ for the day after a female journalist was crushed to death under the container he was travelling in.

“Too slow”: Leaked Chats Show Musk Found Parag Cunning And Sloth

On April 5 a day after billionaire Elon Musk declared that he had become largest  shareholder in Twitter, Parag Agrawal, Twitter’s then Chief Executive welcomed him to the board saying he was excited about the development. Musk refused to be part of the board. The drama that unfolded in the next six months is stuff …

Halloween Night Party Crowd Kills 151 In South Korea

It was supposed to be the country’s first big celebration post-COVID-19. But it turned out to be one big tragedy as at least 151 people, mostly youngsters, died due to a stampede in Seoul’s Itaewon district in South Korea late on Saturday night. The youths assembled in the narrow nightlife attraction spot for Halloween parties …

India Flags Misuse Of Crypto, SM & VPN At UN Anti-Terror Meet

Internet and social media have turned into potent instruments in the “toolkit of terrorist groups” for spreading propaganda, radicalisation and conspiracy theories for destabilising societies, external affairs minister Dr S Jaishankar told a key anti-terror meeting of the UN in New Delhi on Saturday. Speaking at the second session of the United Nations Security Council’s …

Musk Hints At Twitter’s New Moderation Council On Content

He tweeted early morning today, "To be super clear, we have not yet made any changes to Twitter’s content moderation policies·"

Celebration Of Accession Of J&K In British Parliament

The British Parliament on Thursday, October 27 witnessed a historic commemoration of the 75th year of the signing of the Instrument of Accession by Maharaja Hari Singh, through which the erstwhile Princely state of Jammu and Kashmir acceded to India.