Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief and 2008 Mumbai terror attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed has said that former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif should not engage in politics after his disqualification and that he has become the biggest non-state actor in Pakistan.
Gobind Singh Deo, an Indian-origin Sikh politician in Malaysia, has become a cabinet minister, the first member of the minority community in the country's history to be appointed as a minister.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned Tehran would be hit with the "strongest sanctions in history" and cautioned European firms against continuing to do business with it, toughening up Washington's policy line after its withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal.
Priyanka Chopra visited Rohingaya camps in Bangladesh, 'We need to care", says the emotional star
White House releases commemorative coin before Kim-Trump meet to mark the June 12 meeting between United States President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
A Pakistani delegation raised the issue of India's alleged violation of the Indus Waters Treaty with the World Bank which discussed opportunities within the treaty to seek an amicable resolution, officials said today.
PM returns home after informal summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Putin personally came to see off Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the airport
The US will aim to "crush" Iran with economic and military pressure by imposing the "strongest sanctions in history" unless it changes its behaviour in the Middle East, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Monday. Pompeo, unveiling the Trump administration's new policy on Iran just weeks after President Donald Trump dumped the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, said the US will work to counter Tehran's activities and curb its influence in the Middle East and make sure that it never gains a nuclear weapon, CNN reported. The top diplomat said that "Iran would be battling to keep its economy alive" after the sanctions take effect. He said he would work closely with the Pentagon and regional allies "to deter any Iranian aggression".
: Prime Minister Narendra Modi gets a special treatment when he travels abroad. World leaders go out of their way to do something different for PM Modi when meets them. Russian President Vladimir Putin was no exception. Putin took Modi on a yacht ride after the informal summit in Sochi, Russia
Stating that Russia has always been a true and fast friend of India, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said that his informal summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin will take bilateral ties to a new level. "I am happy that today I got the opportunity to be a guest of President Putin and that too in Sochi," Modi said after being received by Putin here for the informal summit. "Russia has always remained a true and fast friend of India," he said. "We have been regularly holding bilateral meetings but I am grateful to President Putin for inviting me for an informal summit which has taken our relationship to a new level."