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  • Several Deaths In Manhattan Crash, Suspect Held Up Fake Gun

    31 October, 2017 8:30 PM 42

    Police said they had mobilized to the scene in Lower Manhattan and that one person was in custody, giving no further details. Several people were killed and numerous others injured in New York on Tuesday when a suspect plowed a vehicle into a bike and pedestrian path in Lower Manhattan, and struck another vehicle on Halloween, police said. A suspect

  • Newly-wed Pak woman poisons 15 people to death: police

    31 October, 2017 4:08 PM 38

    Lahore, Oct 31 (PTI) A newlywed woman in Pakistans Punjab province has been arrested on suspicion of killing at least 15 of her husbands close relatives with poisoned lassi, according to a media report today. Police in Muzaffargarh city claim Asiya Bibi had intended the deadly substance for her husband, and mixed it with his milk last week - but he did not drink

  • Bride poisons 13 people to death over forced marriage in Muzaffargarh

    31 October, 2017 4:08 PM 41

    A newly-wed woman's attempt to kill her husband resulted in deaths of 13 people in Muzaffargarh last week. According to the police, Asiya was forced to marry Amjad against her will and she came back to her parents after a few days into marriage but her family forcibly sent her back to her in-laws’ house. After that day, Asiya reportedly decided to kill her husband

  • ASIA TODAY Works as a Bridge for S. Korea-China Relations

    31 October, 2017 4:02 PM 40

    It is said that global daily newspaper Asia Today has played a prominent role in leaping South Korea-China relations into a new future-oriented one beyond the dispute over the deployment of the U.S. missile defense system THAAD. Among the domestic media, Asia Today has played a leading and preemptive role to make a breakthrough in the Seoul-Beijing relations

  • Tunnel collapse may have killed 200 after North Korea nuclear test: Japanese broadcaster

    31 October, 2017 4:02 PM 34

    A second collapse during a rescue operation meant it was possible the death toll could have exceeded 200, the broadcaster said. A tunnel at North Korea's nuclear test site collapsed after Pyongyang's sixth atomic test in September, possibly killing more than 200 people, Japanese broadcaster TV Asahi said on Tuesday, citing unnamed sources familiar with the situation

  • India must have water-sharing agreement with China on Brahmaputra: Experts

    31 October, 2017 11:16 AM 87

    China is eyeing to divert water from Brahmaputra river to its Xinjiang region since both countries don't have any water-sharing agreement India should have water-sharing agreement with China, said Indian defence experts on Tuesday. The experts opine that China is eyeing to divert water from River Brahmaputra to its Xinjiang region since both the countries

  • Beijing seen poised for fresh South China Sea assertiveness

    31 October, 2017 11:10 AM 77

    HONG KONG/BEIJING: China has quietly undertaken more construction and reclamation in the South China Sea, recent satellite images show, and is likely to more powerfully reassert its claims over the waterway soon, regional diplomats and military officers say. With global attention focused on North Korea and Beijing engrossed in its Party Congress, tensions

  • China considers 3-years jail for disrespecting national anthem

    31 October, 2017 10:42 AM 43

    A draft amendment to country's Criminal Law was submitted for deliberation at a session of the National People's Congress Standing Committee China is considering a law mandating prison sentence of up to three years for disrespecting the national anthem, reported China's news agency Xinhua. A draft amendment to the country's Criminal Law was submitted

  • China denies plan to make 1,000-km tunnel to divert Brahmaputra waters to Xinjiang

    31 October, 2017 9:13 AM 69

    China on Tuesday denied a media report claiming that Chinese engineers had put forward a plan to build a 1,000 km tunnel to divert the Brahmaputra's waters to Xinjiang, saying it was "a false report". The report, in Monday's South China Morning Post, claimed that Chinese engineers had in March submitted a plan for what would be the world's longest tunnel

  • No one can 'contain' China: Beijing's envoy to US

    31 October, 2017 7:06 AM 68

    "Good relations between China and the US is not at the expense of any other country. The same should be true for relations between US and India and Japan and India," Chinese Ambassador to the US Cui Tiankai said. WASHINGTON: The Chinese envoy to the US today said that no one could "contain" China now, expressing his displeasure over the formation of an "exclusive