October 01, 2023 08:00 (IST)
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Palestine: Rights experts call for stronger torture prevention measures

Palestinian authorities must strengthen fundamental legal safeguards against torture and ill-treatment, especially from the first moments of detention, a group of UN human rights experts said on Monday.

Pakistan elite losing ground, says UK scholar

UK’s visiting professor of Economic Policy at Oxford University, Stefan Dercon,  has said Pakistan's elite is even losing ground and will even need to change to kick-start the economy and remove dependence on getting dollar inflows from abroad.

India’s global leadership applauded at UNGA: A beacon of solidarity and humanity

India received resounding praise from leaders across the Global South at a special event hosted by External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar on the sidelines of the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly.

Fire breaks out in Chinese coal mine, 16 die

At least 16 people died after a fire broke out at a coal mine in China's Panzhou city on Sunday, media reports said.

Mass protests against police violence, racism erupt in France

More than 31,300 individuals took to the streets of France against police violence and racism on Saturday, as reported by Franceinfo radio.

Singapore: Chinese cab driver allegedly abuses woman, her daughter assuming them to be Indians

A Chinese cab driver in Singapore is under investigation after he allegedly abused a woman and her nine-year-old daughter during a ride over misinformation of destination and even assuming them to be of Indian origin.

Super Bowl 2024 Halftime mega event: Usher to set the stage on fire next year

The NFL has announced that American singer Usher will feature at the 2024 Super Bowl Halftime show.

Train crash leaves 31 injured in Pakistan

A train collision close to Qila Sattar Shah Station in Punjab’s Sheikhupura district of Pakistan on Sunday left at least 31 people hurt, media reports said.

Suspected Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan members discrete 74 graves at Ahmadiyya Cemetery in Daksa

Sialkot: Suspected Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) has desecrated 74 graves at the Ahmadiyya Cemetery in Daksa city recently.

USD 1.5 million ancient Buddha statue stolen from American art gallery

A daring heist was caught on camera recently where an old Japanese Buddha statue, which is worth $1.5 million, was stolen from a Los Angeles art gallery, media reports said.

Three killed in targetted attack in US's Atlanta

Washington/IBNS/UNI: Three people were shot dead in a targeted attack in Atlanta, the southeastern U.S. state of Georgia, on Saturday afternoon, said local police.

Pakistan: Christian family attacked by TLP members in Kasur in presence of police

A Christian family in Pakistan have alleged they were attacked by members of the radical outfit Tahreek-e-Labbaik, Pakistan (TLP) in Kasur city after they prevented them from writing Quranic verses on the boundary walls of their house.

Pakistan: Police order Ahmadiyya community members to remove Islamic symbols from their place of worship following TLP threat

Police have allegedly asked Ahmadiyya community members to remove Islamic symbols from their place of worship in Daska city in Pakistan after the radical outfit Tahreek-e-Labbaik, Pakistan (TLP) pledged to demolish the structure recently.

Punjab students invest Rs 68,000 crore annually in Canadian education

Amid the ongoing tensions between India and Canada, along with growing concerns among parents about the hefty investments in their children’s education in Canada, staggering statistics reveal a capital outflow of a staggering Rs 68,000 crore each year from Punjab.

Justin Trudeau’s muted approach to Chinese interference

In a world where political games are played in the shadows and where the echelons of power are masked by veils of duplicity, the recent public announcement by Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau about allegations of Indian involvement in the assassination of Hardeep Singh Nijjar has rattled many. But, one must ask, why is Canada so vociferous about India while seemingly turning a blind eye to China’s mischief?