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India will always hold a special place in our hearts, says Trump

India will always hold a special place in our hearts, says Trump

US President Donald Trump was cheered by more than 100,000 people at the opening of the world’s largest cricket stadium yesterday, promising “an incredible trade deal” and “the most feared military equipment on the planet” at his biggest rally abroad.

US leader praises Modi but forgets Mahatma Gandhi

US leader praises Modi but forgets Mahatma Gandhi

US President Donald Trump was criticised yesterday for not mentioning Mahatma Gandhi in the visitors’ book of Sabarmati Ashram and instead praising Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Taj Mahal inspires awe, says president

Taj Mahal inspires awe, says president

US President Donald Trump does not usually visit cultural sites on his diplomatic trips, but he took out time yesterday to visit India’s iconic Taj Mahal with his wife, Melania.

Togo leader celebrates vote win as rival urges ‘resistance’

Togo leader celebrates vote win as rival urges ‘resistance’

Togo’s President Faure Gnassingbe yesterday hailed a crushing election victory that gave him a fourth term in office, as his main rival insisted he had won and called on people to “defend” their votes.

Extra measures taken in areas near Iran border

Extra measures taken in areas near Iran border

Pakistan began quarantining at least 200 people near the Iranian border, officials said yesterday, as fears spiralled over the growing toll from the coronavirus in the region amid allegations of a cover-up in Iran.

Sharifs protest over Bilawal’s remarks

Sharifs protest over Bilawal’s remarks

“Displeasure” has been conveyed by the Sharifs to Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari over his son’s “uncalled-for remarks” against them.

Traditional music revived as security improves

Traditional music revived as security improves

For years the distinctive twang of Pashtun music was drowned out by rattling gunfire and deafening explosions as musicians in Pakistan’s northwest were targeted by militants.

Human rights under assault worldwide: UN chief

Human rights under assault worldwide: UN chief

UN chief Antonio Guterres launched a “call to action” yesterday against rising attacks on human rights, highlighting the persecution of minorities and “alarming levels of femicide”.

Car ploughs into carnival parade in German town

Car ploughs into carnival parade in German town

A German man ploughed his car into a carnival parade in the western town of Volkmarsen yesterday, injuring 30 people including children, police said, adding it was too early to say what his motive was.

Detained journo freed after pleading guilty to tax evasion

Detained journo freed after pleading guilty to tax evasion

A prominent Tanzanian journalist arrested in July was released yesterday after pleading guilty of tax evasion and money laundering in a case critics had said was politically motivated.

PM has ‘full confidence’ in Patel despite bullying claims

PM has ‘full confidence’ in Patel despite bullying claims

Boris Johnson has “full confidence” in the ability of Priti Patel, the home secretary, to do her job, his official spokesman has said.

Assange put lives at risk, claims lawyer for US govt

Assange put lives at risk, claims lawyer for US govt

Julian Assange is wanted for crimes that put at risk the lives of people in Iraq and Afghanistan who had helped the West, some of whom later disappeared, said a lawyer acting for the US in its bid to extradite him.

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