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World powers, Iran hold ‘constructive’ talks on reviving nuclear deal

VIENNA: Iran and world powers held what they described as “constructive” talks on Tuesday and agreed to form working groups to discuss the sanctions...

In an alarming sign, India reports record 115,736 new coronavirus cases in single day

BENGALURU: As the third wave of coronavirus grips the country, India reported a record 115,736 new coronavirus infections on Wednesday, taking the total to...

CHRISTCHURCH ATTACKS: NEW ZEALAND INQUIRY TO REPORT BACK BY END OF YEAR

WELLINGTON – New Zealand’s Royal Commission inquiry into deadly shooting attacks on two Christchurch mosques would report back to the government by December...

AMERICAN-THEMED PLAYS SWEEP BRITISH THEATRE PRIZES

LONDON :Productions about gay men in New York City, friendship after the September 11 attacks and love in Mississippi dominated Britain’s prestigious Olivier Awards...

ROMANIA INDICTS EX-PRESIDENT ILIESCU FOR 1989 REVOLUTION KILLINGS

BUCHAREST Former Romanian President Ion Iliescu was officially charged with crimes against humanity by the country’s top prosecutor on Monday as it finalised...

Kartarpur Corridor: Pak agrees to Indian proposal for meeting on April 16

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan on Monday agreed to the Indian proposal for a technical meeting on April 16 regarding Kartarpur corridor. Foreign Office spokesperson Dr Mohammad...

RUSSIA, TURKEY WILL CONTINUE EFFORTS TO ESTABLISH PEACE IN SYRIA: PUTIN

MOSCOW Russia and Turkey will continue their efforts to establish peace in Syria, Russian President Vladimir Putin said after talks with Turkish President...

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India using Afghan soil to carry out terrorism in Balochistan, says President Alvi

ISLAMABAD: President Arif Alvi on Thursday said India is using Afghanistan's soil to carry out terrorist activities in Balochistan.The Pakistani president was speaking to...

Quetta blast: PM Imran Khan vows not to let terrorism resurface in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has expressed deep sorrow and condemned the unfortunate Quetta blast that claimed five lives and injured many others on...