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Congress rejects Prasad’s claims on Dassault deal with Mukesh Ambani

Congress rejects Prasad’s claims on Dassault deal with Mukesh Ambani

The Congress Party yesterday refuted the claims of Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad that French firm Dassault Aviation, the manufacturer of Rafale jets, had signed a contract with Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industries Limited in 2012 ....

Modi faces calls for resignation

Modi faces calls for resignation

Prime Minister Narendra Modi faced calls for his resignation over allegations of corruption in a military jet deal with France after former French president Francois Hollande was quoted as saying New Delhi had influenced the choice of a local partner.

Sharifs’ release seen as a good omen for PML-N

Sharifs’ release seen as a good omen for PML-N

The Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) has been afforded a rare opportunity to give the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) a tough time within and without parliament, ....

Imran slams India for cancelling talks

Imran slams India for cancelling talks

Prime Minister Imran Khan has labelled India arrogant for cancelling what would have been the countries’ first high-level talks in years, decrying “small men occupying big offices” who opposed change.

Every rupee now reaching the desired end, says PM

Every rupee now reaching the desired end, says PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday mounted a sharp attack on the Congress and said unlike earlier times, there was no corruption in his government and every rupee meant for development was reaching the desired end.

Widespread rains may damage paddy crop, say farmers

Widespread rains may damage paddy crop, say farmers

Widespread rains across Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh yesterday brought misery to farmers as untimely showers have affected the standing paddy crop in the agrarian states.

China objects to US military sanctions

China objects to US military sanctions

China summoned the US ambassador yesterday to lodge an official protest over sanctions imposed by the United States against a Chinese military organisation for buying Russian fighter jets and missiles, state media said.

South Carolina races to beat dangerous flooding

South Carolina races to beat dangerous flooding

South Carolina communities along waterways near the Atlantic coast were racing yesterday to prepare for the possible onslaught of dangerous flooding in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, which has killed at least 40 people.

New bombshell revives debate on Trump’s fitness to hold top office

New bombshell revives debate on Trump’s fitness to hold top office

Donald Trump faced a new challenge to his authority on Friday after US media reported that his deputy attorney general had discussed ways to force him from office on grounds of incompetence, just months into his presidency.

3,000 march in Moscow against unpopular pension reforms

3,000 march in Moscow against unpopular pension reforms

About 3,000 people demonstrated in Moscow on Saturday against deeply unpopular government plans to raise the retirement age, which have sparked public anger.

Two car bombs explode in Somali capital, two injured

Two car bombs explode in Somali capital, two injured

Two car bombs exploded in Somalia's capital Mogadishu on Saturday, injuring two people, an emergency worker and a police officer said.

Police raid Maldives opposition HQ ahead of vote

Police raid Maldives opposition HQ ahead of vote

Maldivian police raided the opposition campaign headquarters on Saturday, the opposition said, on the eve of Sunday's presidential election that international monitors fear will be rigged.

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