Photographer admits editing Trump’s inauguration pictures

  Washington: A US government photographer told investigators that he intentionally cropped photos of President Donald Trump’s inauguration to remove empty space and make the audience look larger, according to newly released documents.

Trump’s China tariffs will hit our products hard: Apple

  Washington: US President Donald Trump’s proposed $200 billion tariffs on China-make products will make Apple Watch, AirPods headphones, HomePod smart speaker, Macs and key computer parts more expensive, the company has said.

Alibaba’s Jack Ma to retire

  New York: Jack Ma, Alibabas co-founder and executive chairman, has said that he plans to step down from the Chinese e-commerce giant on Monday to pursue philanthropy in education, a changing of the guard for the $420 billion internet company.

Japan quake toll rises to 21

  Tokyo: The toll from a 6.7-magnitude earthquake that struck Japan’s Hokkaido prefecture earlier this week, has increased to 21 with 13 others still reported missing, the government announced on Saturday.

Zuckerberg seeks more time to fix Facebook

  San Francisco: As countries over the world including India face elections amid the spread of fake news and political interference on social media platforms, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has asked for some more time to fix his network that has

Great day for India: UN on homosexuality decriminalisation

Great day for India: UN on homosexuality decriminalisation Geneva: Michelle Bachelet, the new UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, on Friday applauded the Indian Supreme Court’s decision to decriminalise homosexuality by repealing a

First known ‘vegetarian’ shark discovered

First known ‘vegetarian’ shark discovered New York: Scientists have identified the world’s first known omnivorous shark species, which consumes upto 60 per cent of seagrass. Experts from

Malaysian PM condemns caning of two lesbians

Malaysian PM condemns caning of two lesbians Kuala Lumpur: Malyasian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad on Thursday condemned the caning of two women charged by an Islamic court for having lesbian sex and said they should have been shown comp

Pakistan may become 5th largest n-state by 2025: Report

  London: Pakistan is expanding its uranium-enrichment and plutonium production facilities, triggering fears that it may become the 5th largest nulcear-weapon state and have 220 to 250 warheads within the next seven years, a report has said.

Trump, May discuss national security concerns: White House

Washington: The White House has said US President Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May have discussed national security issues. In a statement on Wednesday, the White House said the discussion between the two leaders took place on Tues

63 dead, 12 missing in Tripoli clashes

63 dead, 12 missing in Tripoli clashes Tripoli: A total of 63 people died and 12 went missing in the clashes in Libya capital Tripoli, said the Ministry of Health has said. The announcement came on Wednesda

Trump slams book on his administration

  Washington: US President Donald Trump has slammed an explosive book about his administration. Trump on Wednesday said the book, written by US veteran investigative journalist Bob Woodward, “means noth

Possible to meet Rouhani at UN: Trump

  Washington: US President Donald Trump has said it is possible for him to meet his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani at the UN. Speaking on Wednesday before a bilateral meeting with Kuwait’s visiting

Kim-Moon’s 3rd summit from Sep 18 in Pyongyang

  Seoul: North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in will hold their three-day third summit from September 18 in Pyongyang, Seoul said on Thursday, after their envoy met the North Korean leader.

Founder of militant Afghan Haqqani network dies

  Kabul: The founder of the Haqqani militant network has died after several years of illness, the Afghan Taliban has announced. Jalaluddin Haqqani was a significant militant figure in Afghanistan and had clos

5.5-magnitude quake hits China’s Xinjiang

  Beijing: An earthquake measuring 5.5-magnitude on the Richter scale hit China’s Xinjiang on Tuesday, according to the China Earthquake Networks Centre (CENC). The quake struck at 5.52 a.m. at a depth

Playing blind man was a task: Zeishan Quadri

  Mumbai: Zieshan Quadri, known for his writing credits for “Gangs Of Wasseypur”, plays a unique blind character in new web series “Banned”, which marks his debut in the web space as an actor.