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Sri Lankan High Commissioner to India Kshenuka Dhireni Senewiratne highlights strong bond shared between two neighbours on Vesak Day

Sri Lankan High Commissioner to India Kshenuka Dhireni Senewiratne marked the Vesak Day when he highlighted the strong bond shared between the two countries.

Toronto Sanskriti Sangstha to host grand annual festival on May 25-May 26

In a bid to encourage younger generations from both sides of Bengal to be aware of environmental issues and cherish a slice of their culture, Toronto Sanskriti Sangstha (TSS) is back with its grand annual festival which will be held on May 25 and May 26.

Vietnam building fire leaves 14 dead

At least 14 people died after a fire broke out at an apartment in Hanoi city on Friday, media reports said.

Pakistan Army says 29 terrorists killed along Afghanistan border

The Pakistani Army on Friday said 29 terrorists were killed during a series of operations along the Pak-Afghan border over the past month, media reports said.

PM Shehbaz Sharif invites Chinese firm to invest in Pakistani mining sector

Inviting more investments from Beijing, Pakistan PM Shehbaz Sharif has asked   Chinese firm MCC Tongsin Resources to invest in the mining sector of the country.

Embassy of India in Nepal celebrate Buddha Jayanti in Lumbini

To celebrate Buddha Jayanti, the Embassy of India in Nepal organised a number of events in Lumbini on May 22 in collaboration with the Lumbini Development Trust and the Lumbini Buddhist University.

Bodies of three more hostages recovered from Gaza, says IDF

Bodies of three hostages, who were taken away by Hamas terrorists, have been recovered by Israeli Defense Forces from Jabalya city in northern Gaza.

Afghanistan is ‘not a hopeless crisis’, top UN aid official says

The international community cannot abandon Afghanistan, a senior UN aid official said on Thursday, urging continued engagement and support for the population.

Singapore Airlines takes slew of measures after turbulence kills 1 passenger

Singapore Airlines has changed the seatbelt sign rules in a more tightening of cabin-service norms after a recent turbulence killed one passenger and injured many, media reports said.

‘Now is the time to unleash Africa’s peace power’ Antonio Guterres tells Security Council

Peace is the key to unlocking Africa’s future and for strengthening the continent’s voice and influence in building peace globally, UN Secretary-General António Guterres told the Security Council on Thursday.

Southern African faces threat of ‘humanitarian catastrophe’ amid droughts and floods

Droughts and floods in southern Africa stemming from El Niño have left millions of people food insecure, warns World Food Programme (WFP) Executive Director Cindy McCain during a recent visit to Zambia – the epicentre of the crisis.

UK-based brewery temporarily shuts down website after their 'Osama Bin Lager' goes viral

The name Osama Bin Laden still evokes a thrill in the hearts of people across the globe and this is evident after a UK-based brewery was forced to shut down its website after a beer manufactured by it and named after the dreaded late terrorist went viral.

China begins military drills around Taiwan as 'strong punishment' for separatist acts

Beijing/IBNS: China has begun its military drills around Taiwan as a "strong punishment" for the separatist acts in the island, media reports said.

After backlash, UK PM Rishi Sunak drops plan to limit graduate visas

London/IBNS: Following a backlash, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has dropped the plan to restrict the graduate visas which facilitate students from abroad to work in Britain for two years after they complete their courses, media reports said.

US opposes unilateral recognition of Palestine, says 'state should be achieved via talks'

Washington/IBNS: The Palestine state should be achieved through negotiations and not by unilateral recognition, the United States said in response to the move by Ireland, Spain and Norway, media reports said.