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9 November, 2018 12:40 PM Lawyer Seeks Asylum For Asia Bibi, Family In Netherlands

Saif-ul-Malook said he had already spoken with Dutch politicians and ministers, although he was yet to make an official asylum request. Pakistani Christian woman Asia Bibi's lawyer on Friday said he was seeking asylum for his client and her family in The Netherlands amid violent protests in Pakistan by radical Islamists against her acquittal in a blasphemy 234

8 November, 2018 11:41 AM Anti-Corruption Activist Agnes Kharshiing Attacked In Meghalaya, Critical

Agnes Kharshiing has been raising her voice against the rampant coal smuggling in the Jaintia Hills region for the last few years. Noted anti-corruption and women's rights activist of Meghalaya, Agnes Kharshiing, is reportedly critical after she was brutally attacked by unidentified persons this afternoon in East Jaintia Hills, about 120 kilometres from state 94

5 November, 2018 5:43 PM Two Teenage Sisters Murdered In Pakistan Dishonour Killing

Two teenaged sisters were strangled to death by their cousins for allegedly meeting boys in a fresh case of dishonour killing in Pakistan, the police said on Monday. Bisma Bibi, 19, and Naheed Bibi, 17, were killed by their two cousins on Sunday night when they returned home after meeting the two boys, said Jamaldin Wali, police spokesperson for Sadiqabad 110

5 November, 2018 7:37 AM Happy Birthday Virat Kohli: 5 Diet And Fitness Secrets You Can Steal From The Indian Cricket Team Captain

Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli is celebrating his 30th birthday today. Virat Kohli is celebrating his birthday in Mumbai with wife Anushka Sharma. Virat became the first ever Indian cricketer to score three consecutive tons in ODI. His formidable form has made him the talk of town, which is why when Indian team stepped out without Kohli for Sunday's 108

4 November, 2018 2:28 PM Respect bachelors, deny voting rights to people with more than two kids: Baba Ramdev

Baba Ramdev on Sunday made a remark on the issue of population in India and said that people who are married and have more than two children should be denied voting rights.  Baba Ramdev on Sunday made a remark on the issue of population in India and said that people who are married and have more than two children should be denied voting rights 118

4 November, 2018 11:47 AM Reward Those Who Remain Single: Ramdev's Carrot And Stick On Population

The Yoga guru had said it is not easy to be a family man. "It's tough. Marriage is not an easy thing, many are yet to get married, and several are done with it." Yoga teacher Ramdev, popular across millions of households, has said in this country with a billion-plus population, unmarried people like him should be honoured. Conversely, he prescribed a penalty 157

3 November, 2018 3:15 AM Open to new deal with Iran: Trump

US President Donald Trump has suggested he was open to a new comprehensive deal with Iran, saying that till then the toughest-ever sanctions on the Middle-East country that kicks off on Monday would continue. "The United States remains open to reaching a new, more comprehensive deal with Iran that forever blocks its path to a nuclear weapon, addresses 120

2 November, 2018 5:50 AM China a long-term challenge across every front: Mike Pompeo

China poses a long-term challenge to the United States across every front including trade and intellectual property rights, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said. The US will demand a fair and reciprocal trade from China and President Donald Trump is determined to achieve it, he said. "China is a long-term challenge. This challenge is across every 113

30 October, 2018 2:31 PM Congress Lawmaker Quits Over Failure To Ensure Justice To Rape Victim

A girl was gang-raped in Odisha's Koraput district last year and committed suicide after police inaction. Odisha Congress leader Krushna Chandra Sagaria said he had failed to ensure justice. Odisha Congress leader Krushna Chandra Sagaria on Tuesday said he would resign from the membership of the Assembly as he had no moral right to hold the position 137

30 October, 2018 2:37 AM Ecuador Denies Julian Assange's Lawsuit For Better Asylum Conditions

Quito confirmed blocking Assange's internet, phone access in March after accusing him of breaking "a written commitment" not to interfere in the country's foreign policies Ecuador on Monday threw out the lawsuit WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange filed charging that Quito violated his "fundamental rights" and limited his access to the outside world while 133