Seoul does not rule out Trump, Kim, Moon meeting

  London/Seoul: South Korea’s Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha has not ruled out the possibility of a trilateral summit between the leaders of the two Koreas and the US on the margins of the UN General Assembly slated for September in New Y

Kerala CM unhappy after meeting PM

  New Delhi: Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Thursday expressed unhappiness after he led a 22-member delegation to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to seek help on various issues concerning the state. C

Student beaten to death in Delhi school

  New Delhi:  A 17-year-old student of a government school here died after he was allegedly beaten up by a group of students in the school compound, police said on Thursday. The incident occurred on Wedn

14 killed as bus falls into gorge in Uttarakhand

  Dehradun: Fourteen persons were killed and 17 injured when a state-run bus fell into a deep gorge in Tehri in Uttarakhand on Thursday, police said. The disaster occurred on the Rishikesh-Gangotri highway wh

NAFTA renegotiations to resume in Washington

NAFTA renegotiations to resume in Washington Mexico City: Talks to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) will restart on July 26 in Washington, Mexico Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo has said.

Facebook to remove posts that spur violence

  San Francisco: Accused of helping to spur violence in countries like Myanmar, Sri Lanka and India, Facebook has said it will begin removing misinformation that leads to violence and physical harm. Currently

Turkey ends state of emergency after two years

  Ankara: The Turkish government has ended the nationwide state of emergency that was imposed two years ago after a failed coup attempt, the media reported. The decision comes weeks after President Recep Tayy

7 arrested in Malaysia for suspected IS links

  Bangkok: Police in Malaysia have arrested seven people for alleged links with the Islamic State (IS) terror organisation, including a man who threatened to assassinate the Malaysian King and the Prime Minister, police said on Thursday.

World’s beaches eroding in protected marine areas: Study

  Washington: The world’s sandy shorelines are declining in protected marine areas which could threaten plant and animal species and cultural heritage sites, a global survey of beaches with satellites data from NASA and the US Geological S