April 18, 2024 04:20 (IST)
Follow us:
facebook-white sharing button
twitter-white sharing button
instagram-white sharing button
youtube-white sharing button
10 dead as car rams into truck on Ahmedabad-Vadodara expressway in Gujarat | US reacts to Modi's 'India will not hesitate to kill terrorists in their homes' remark, encourages talks | Bihar worker shot dead by terrorists in Kashmir's Anantnag | Centre hails former PM Manmohan Singh for liberating economy in 1991 | Mamata Banerjee's TMC manifesto promises 10 free LPG cylinders, 5 kg free ration, no CAA

Nepal: Bangladeshi plane crash kills 50

Kathmandu, Mar 12 (IBNS): A Bangladeshi plane carrying 67 passengers and four crew has crashed in Nepal, killing at least 50 people, media reports said.

Several killed, many injured as Bangladesh plane catches fire at Kathmandu airport

Kathmandu, Mar 12 (IBNS) : Several passengers were killed as an US-Bangla Biman aircraft carrying 67 passengers and four crew burst into flames immediately after landing   at Tribhuvan International airport in Nepal’s Kathmandu on Monday, media reports said. 

Bangladesh: Khaleda Zia get four months bail

Dhaka, Mar 12 (IBNS): BNP supremo Khaleda Zia was given a four-month bail by the Bangladesh High Court on Monday, media reports said.

Afghanistan: Taliban claims killing dozens of policemen, seeks control of Anar Dara district in Farah

Kabul, Mar 12 (IBNS): Sounding alert, officials in Afghanistan's Farah province said on Monday that Anar Dara district is virtually under Taliban control.

Prime Minister KP Oli wins vote of confidence in Nepal Parliament

Kathmandu, Mar 11 (IBNS): Nepal Prime Minister KP Oli won the vote of  confidence during a floor test in the Parliament of the country on Sunday.

Shoe hurled at former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in Lahore

Lahore, Mar 11 (IBNS): A shoe was hurled at former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif during an event in Lahore city on Sunday, media reports said.

Ink attack: Pakistan Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif says incident won't change his politics

Islamabad, Mar 11 (IBNS): Pakistan Foreign Minister Khwaja Asif, who became the latest victim of ink attack, said the incident won't change his politics.

Afghanistan: Explosion rocks Kandahar province, injures two

Kabul, Mar 11 (IBNS): An explosion has rocked Kandahar province in Afghanistan on Sunday morning, reports said.

UK: British-Pakistani man stabbed to death in Oldham town

London, Mar 10 (IBNS):  A British-Pakistani man has been stabbed to death in the UK's Oldham town on Friday, police said on Saturday.

Afghanistan: Pakistanis among 10 militants killed during raid

Kabul, Mar 10 (IBNS): At least 10 militants, including Pakistani nationals, were killed during an operation carried out by Afghan forces in the country's Helmand province, reports said.

Afghanistan: Suicide attack kills 8 in Kabul

Kabul, Mar 9 (IBNS): A suicide attack in Afghanistan's Kabul city on Friday left at least eight people killed, media reports said.

Security Council renews UN mission in Afghanistan; debate highlights women’s power

New York, Mar 9 (JEN): The Security Council on Thursday renewed the mandate of the United Nations political mission in Afghanistan for another year to continue providing assistance to the Government and the people of the conflict-plagued country.

Afghanistan: Kandahar attack kills at least four policemen

Kabul, Mar 8 (IBNS): At least four policemen were killed after militants attacked a police base in Kandahar province of Afghanistan on Wednesday night, reports said.

Sri Lanka restricts Facebook, Viber, Whatsapp to avoid spreading hate and violence

Colombo, Mar 7 (IBNS) Sri Lanka’s telecom authority has taken immediate steps to lower the internet speed to interrupt social media to prevent transmitting fake news or rumors that arouse hate and violence in the country in the aftermath of the communal tension erupted in the Central parts of the country.

UN urges Sri Lanka to resolve issues pertaining to unrest through dialogue

Colombo, Mar 7 (IBNS) In the wake of violence erupting in the central districts of Sri Lanka, the UN, on Wednesday, urged the people of the island nation to resolve their issues through dialogue, today.