Indian farmers yesterday postponed a march to parliament on Feb 1, the day of the government’s budget announcement, following violent clashes with police a day earlier that left one person dead and hundreds injured.
The Paris public prosecutor has requested that Air France and Airbus stand trial on charges of manslaughter over the 2009 crash of flight AF447 from Rio de Janeiro to Paris, which killed all 228 people on board, a judicial source told Reuters.
Pakistan will launch its Covid-19 vaccination drive next week, starting with front-line health workers, a government minister said on Wednesday
British citizens returning home from roughly 30 countries deemed at ‘high risk’ from new coronavirus variants could soon have to quarantine in hotels, reports said on Wednesday.
A Philippine province has cancelled a decision to award $10 billion airport project to a consortium led by a Chinese state firm, dealing a blow to President Rodrigo Duterte's infrastructure ambitions ...
Hundreds of police guarded the historic Red Fort in the heart of the Indian capital on Wednesday following violent clashes between farmers and authorities in which one person was killed and at least 80 injured.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson took “full responsibility” and expressed regret and condolences yesterday as the UK death toll from the coronavirus (Covid-19) passed the 100,000 mark.
After violent clashes between police and protesting farmers in the national capital yesterday, the Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM) called off the Republic Day tractor rally and appealed to protesters to immediately return to their respective protest sites.
India’s military might, cultural diversity, social and economic progress were displayed during the 72nd Republic Day celebrations at the majestic Rajpath in New Delhi yesterday.
The Senate impeachment trial of Donald Trump on a charge of inciting the deadly Capitol siege could draw its first challenge on Tuesday, with a Republican senator arguing that trying a former president would violate the Constitution.