Skip to main content
  • Open Article

    Stuck In Ukraine Varsity, 600 Indian Students Await Evacuation Amid Shortage Of Food, Water

    More than 600 Indian students are currently stranded in a university located in Sumy, a city in north-eastern Ukraine, hoping that they will soon be evacuated as "continuous firing and bombing" by the Russia continues.

    South Asia
  • Open Article

    Iran Leader Says Ukraine Is 'Victim' of US Policy

    Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has blamed the United States for the current Ukraine crisis and demanded an end to the war, saying the policies of the West were the “root cause” for instability.

    West Asia
  • Open Article

    'Left Alone' by West, Ukraine Offers Neutrality; Russia Calls for Surrender

    The conflict between Russia and Ukraine continued for the second day, with explosions reported in Kiev as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy rued being "left alone" by the West.

    World
  • Open Article

    Steps Being Taken To Bring Back 18,000 Indians From Ukraine: Minister

    Union Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan on Thursday said that the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) is taking steps to bring back about 18,000 Indians, including students, from Ukraine.

    South Asia
  • Open Article

    Pakistan PM Imran Khan Meets Russian President Putin Amidst Ukraine Conflict

    Russian President Vladimir Putin met Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan in the Kremlin today in his first face-to-face talks since the start of a special military operation in eastern Ukraine.

    South Asia
  • Open Article

    'We'll Denazify Them': Russia Invades Ukraine

     Russian President Vladimir Putin launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine on Thursday, forcing residents to flee for their lives and leaving at least 40 Ukrainian soldiers and 10 civilians dead.

    World
  • Open Article

    Russian Military Moves In, Asks Ukraine To Lay Down Arms

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced a special "military operation" to protect Donbas, the separatist-held region in eastern Ukraine, media reports said on Thursday. Putin made the statement on Television.

    World
  • Open Article

    Iran uses energy diplomacy to shore up regional alliances

    Energy is the "very significant" focus of the trip by President Ebrahim Raeisi to Qatar to attend a regional gas conference and boost political and trade relations with Persian Gulf countries. 

    Business
  • Open Article

    Pakistan Premier Visits Moscow Amid War Fears

    Prime Minister Imran Khan will visit Russia on February 23-24, diplomatic sources said in Islamabad on Monday, signaling the first visit by a Pakistani premier to Moscow in 23 years.

    South Asia
  • Open Article

    Regular Int'l Flights from India Likely to Resume Next Month

    Regular international flights are likely to resume from March 15 and will follow the standard operating procedures effective at Indian airports for foreign arrivals and departure, government sources said on Monday.

    Lifestyle
  • Open Article

    Raeisi in Qatar: Iran sticks up for friends, lines up deals

    President Ebrahim Raeisi has hailed Iran and Venezuela for standing against Western domination and imperialism, saying the most valuable asset of the two countries is their people.

    West Asia
  • Open Article

    Nuclear talks with Iran at the moment of truth: Germany's Scholz

    Iran should not squander the negotiations to salvage the 2015 nuclear agreement, warned German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on Saturday, calling on Tehran to make concessions.

    West Asia
  • Open Article

    India Polls: All 117 Seats in Punjab, 59 in UP Vote Today

    Voting for 59 assembly constituencies spread across 16 districts of Uttar Pradesh will take place on Sunday in the third phase of the polls. Campaigning for the third phase of the state elections ended on Friday.

    South Asia
  • Open Article

    Ukraine: What would a Russian invasion actually look like? These are the three most likely scenarios

    Despite suggestions to the contrary from the Kremlin, Ukraine remains surrounded by Russian troops, both along its long border with Russia and from within occupied Crimea.

    World
  • Open Article

    UN warns US against blacklisting Yemen’s Ansarullah again

    The United Nations has called on the administration of US President Joe Biden to scrap its plan for designating Yemen’s popular Ansarullah movement as a “terrorist group,”.

    West Asia
  • Open Article

    Opposition's Agenda Is Same As Pakistan's, To Break Punjab: PM Modi

    Hitting out at the Opposition for making attempts to break Punjab, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday alleged that their agenda is the same as Pakistan's agenda.

    South Asia
  • Open Article

    Tirupati's Lord Venkateswara Temple Gets ₹ 9.2 Crore Donation

    A 76-year-old devotee from Chennai, who died recently, made a donation of ₹ 9.2 crore to the ancient hill shrine of Lord Venkateswara near Tirupati.Her sister handed over documents of immovable property to the TTD Board.

    Off Track
  • Open Article

    Saudi Job Ad for 30 Women Train Drivers Gets 28,000 Applicants

    A job advertisement to recruit 30 female train drivers in Saudi Arabia has attracted 28,000 applicants, highlighting the scale of pent up demand as the kingdom opens up more opportunities to women.

    Off Track
  • Open Article

    Why Bangladesh is being called ‘South Asian Economic Miracle'

    Bangladesh has achieved enviable success in various fields including poverty alleviation, expansion of education, development of women, reduction of child and maternal mortality rate.

    View Point
  • Open Article

    ​Afghans Are Safer After Six Months of Taliban Rule, but Also Poorer and Hopeless

    Taliban have campaigned for international recognition of their all-male, all-Taliban government, but they are being pressed to create an inclusive administration, guarantee the rights of women and religious minorities.

    Central Asia
  • Open Article

    Over 62% Polling Recorded In Uttarakhand

    Over 62 per cent polling was recorded in Uttarakhand where voting to 70 assembly seats spread over 13 districts concluded peacefully on Monday, officials said.

    South Asia
  • Open Article

    Goa Records 79% Voting In Assembly Polls

    Goa on Monday registered a very high voter turnout of 78.94 per cent in polling for the 40 Assembly seats which passed off peacefully with no untoward incident reported from any part of the state.

    South Asia
  • Open Article

    Assam Specialty Tea Auctioned At Record ₹ 99,999 Per Kg

    A specialty tea from Assam's Dibrugarh district was on Monday auctioned at ₹ 99,999 per kg, a record price fetched for the second time in two months for such a high-end variety of the commodity from the state.

    Off Track
  • Open Article

    Çay required? New regulations for becoming a Turkish citizen in 2022

    Becoming a Turkish citizen could bring many benefits with it, being able to boast a grand history of empires, free education and university, and full medical assistance.

    Feature

Want your BRAND to reach a wider audience?

Find out how

Search Articles