Kabul, March 21: At least 25 people were killed and 18 injured in a suicide bombing in Afghanistan's capital on Wednesday as people were celebrating Nawroz or New Year in the country, authorities said.
The incident happened near Kabul Univ
New Delhi, March 21: Petitions for H1-B visas, popular among Indian IT professionals, will be accepted from April 2, a federal agency announced on Tuesday.
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services also announce
Washington, Mach 21: United States President Donald Trump spoke over phone with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to congratulate him on his recent re-election and the two leaders discussed the state of bilateral ties and the possibilit
Helsinki, March 21: A tripartite talk between North Korea, South Korea and the US has started in Finland and denuclearisation is not on the agenda, Finnish Foreign Minister Timo Soini has said.
No statements were released on Tuesday from Vaant
London, March 21: The ashes of renowned physicist Steven Hawking will be interred in Westminster Abbey here near the graves of ground-breaking scientists Sir Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin.
In a statement released by the Abbey on Tuesday, the
New Delhi, March 21: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said it is important to counter the challenges being posed to the multilateral trading system.
Modi, who met ministers and dignitaries attending the Informal WTO Minis
Washington/Moscow, March 21: US President Donald Trump said here on Tuesday that he plans to meet his just re-elected Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to discuss what he described as an arms race between the two nuclear powers.
Washington, March 21: A high school shooting in the US state of Maryland on Tuesday has resulted in the death of the shooter and two others being injured, officials said.
"There has been a shooting at Great Mills High School. The sch
San Francisco, March 21: The world's largest social media company Facebook suffered the biggest one-day drop of its stocks by seven per cent on Wall Street on Monday in four years following reported data leakage of its 50 milli
London, March 21: The 23 Russian diplomats that UK's Prime Minister Theresa May expelled following the alleged poisoning of an ex-spy were on Tuesday making their way out of the country.
Last week, May expelled the diplomats
San Francisco, March 20 A self-driving Volvo SUV from the ride-hailing giant Uber traveling at 64 km per hour has killed a woman in the US state of Arizona, triggering a heated debate on whether autonomous cars are safe enough and who is to blame for
Beijing, March 20 President Xi Jinping on Tuesday said China won't cede even an inch of its land and was prepared to fight the bloody battle against its enemies.
"Not a single inch of our land will be or can be ceded from China,&quo