Know who are ISIS militants trying to occupy Iraq?

Know who are ISIS militants trying to occupy Iraq?

New Delhi: ISIS militants are closing in on the capital city of Baghdad in Iraq. Gun battles are on in Baquba which is less than 40 miles north of Baghdad. Some say that the ISIS that is the Islamic State  more
17 Chinese soldiers killed in armoury explosion
17 Chinese soldiers killed in armoury explosion
Beijing: An accidental explosion ripped through an armory in central China and killed 17 soldiers while they were stacking ammunition, state media said on Wednesday. The blast took place on Tuesday afternoon in the Hunan province city of Hengyang and  more
66 Indonesians missing after boat sinks off Malaysia: Official
66 Indonesians missing after boat sinks off Malaysia: Official
Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia's maritime agency says a wooden boat carrying 97 Indonesians has capsized off the country's west coast, with 66 people still missing. An official with the agency says the boat was believed to have sank while trying to  more
Indian billionaires among top buyers of London homes
Indian billionaires among top buyers of London homes
London: Indian billionaires pumped in nearly 1 billion pounds into buying up luxury homes in the heart of London over last 18 months alone, becoming second only to Britain-based buyers, a new report said.These Indian mega-rich are expected to spend  more
Government confirms the kidnapping of 40 Indian workers in Iraq
Government confirms the kidnapping of 40 Indian workers in Iraq
New Delhi: The Indian government said Wednesday that 40 Indian workers stranded in Iraq have been kidnapped.The external affairs ministry said the Indians worked for a Turkish construction company and mostly belonged to the country's northern states such as Punjab.According  more
Japan to offer green tech to India to cut carbon emissions
Japan to offer green tech to India to cut carbon emissions
Tokyo: Japan is set to offer its cutting-edge green technologies to India to combat climate change and help reduce emissions which would earn Japanese firms carbon credits, a report has said.Japan plans to sign an agreement on green technologies with  more
Pak offensive against Taliban kills over 200 militants
Pak offensive against Taliban kills over 200 militants
Islamabad: The Pakistan Army has killed over 200 militants in their all-out offensive against the Taliban in the restive North Waziristan tribal region, as Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif asked Afghan President Hamid Karzai to plug the entry of terrorists fleeing  more
Iraq, Syria pushing West Asia into regional war: UN
Iraq, Syria pushing West Asia into regional war: UN
Geneva: A U.N. commission on Syrian war crimes is sounding the alarm that the entire region is on the brink of war. A U.N. commission on Syrian war crimes is sounding the alarm that the entire region is on the  more
MH370: Inmarsat confident about crash site
MH370: Inmarsat confident about crash site
London: British satellite telecommunications company Inmarsat said that the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has yet to zero in on the area which its scientists think is the plane's most likely crash site, a media report said  more
Morocco honoured for 'remarkable progress' in fighting hunger and malnutrition
Morocco honoured for 'remarkable progress' in fighting hunger and malnutrition
Rome: The UN Food and Agriculture Organization has awarded Morocco, along with China and Chile, a prize in recognition for its "remarkable progress" in fighting hunger, the Moroccan news agency MAP reported.The prize was handed to Morocco's agriculture and sea  more
New Indian Government should look into visa problem of Sikhs in US
New Indian Government should look into visa problem of Sikhs in US
Washington: India's new government should look into the issue of denial of visas to Sikhs who took political asylum in the US at peak of the militancy and in the aftermath of the 1984 riots, according to a top Sikh  more
White House hails undocumented Delhi girl as 'Champion of Change'
White House hails undocumented Delhi girl as 'Champion of Change'
Washington: New Delhi born Pratishtha Khanna, who came to the US illegally at the age of ten, is one of ten local "Champions of Change" honoured by the White House for their exemplary leadership in their communities.All the ten honoured  more
Jordanian is new UN human rights chief
Jordanian is new UN human rights chief
United Nations: The UN General Assembly has approved the nomination of Jordan's UN ambassador, Prince Zeid Ra'ad Zeid al-Hussein, as the new UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, a media report said Tuesday.Zeid al-Hussein was nominated by UN Secretary General  more
India confident of rescuing abducted aid worker in Afghanistan
India confident of rescuing abducted aid worker in Afghanistan
Kabul: Abducted Indian aid worker Alexis Prem Kumar in Afghanistan is safe and India is confident of getting him rescued unharmed soon, according to a top Indian diplomat here.“It’s unfortunate that we have not been able to get him released.  more
US Sikh group opposes immunity to Manmohan Singh
US Sikh group opposes immunity to Manmohan Singh
Washington: US based rights group "Sikhs for Justice" has challenged US government's suggestion to a Washington court to grant immunity to former Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh in a human rights violation case.The US Department of Justice in a May  more
US mulls airstrikes on Iraq, holds talks with Iran
US mulls airstrikes on Iraq, holds talks with Iran
Baghdad: Militants and security forces battled for control of a strategic Shiite town in north Iraq, sparking "chaos" and a mass exodus as Washington and Tehran mooted a landmark meeting over the crisis.President Barack Obama considered options for military action  more
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