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U.K joins U.S in banning electronic items in flights from Muslim-majority nations

U.K joins U.S in banning electronic items in flights from Muslim-majority nations

The U.K on Tuesday imposed a ban on carrying laptops as part of cabin baggage on Britain-bound passenger flights from six Muslim-majority countries, hours after U.S introduced a similar move…

Virat Kohli is Donald Trump of world sport: Aussie media

Virat Kohli is Donald Trump of world sport: Aussie media

Australian media on Tuesday dubbed Indian captain Virat Kohli as Donald Trump of world sport and accused him of spreading fake news regarding their players. An article in the ‘Daily…

All Syrian sides confirm will attend peace talks: UN

All Syrian sides confirm will attend peace talks: UN

Syrian government and rebel delegations have confirmed their attendance at peace talks set to resume in Geneva this week, the United Nations said, despite renewed fighting around Damascus. “All invitees…

Australian cricketers set for financial windfall

Australian cricketers set for financial windfall

Australia’s men and women cricketers are set for a financial windfall after Cricket Australia announced substancial hike in their Central Contracts. While Australia’s male players are yet to agree to…

Jadeja tops bowlers rankings, Pujara second in batting charts

Jadeja tops bowlers rankings, Pujara second in batting charts

India’s Ravindra Jadeja pipped spin twin Ravichandran Ashwin to grab the pole position in the latest ranking for ICC Test bowlers while Cheteshwar Pujara reached a career-high second rank among…

British PM to trigger Brexit on March 29

British PM to trigger Brexit on March 29

British Prime Minister Theresa May will trigger on March 29 the two years of complex negotiations over the U.K’s exit from the European Union, it was announced on Monday, nine…

PSL spot-fixing accused cricketers barred from leaving country

PSL spot-fixing accused cricketers barred from leaving country

Pakistani cricketers Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif, Muhammad Irfan and Shahzaib Hasan were put on the exit control list by the interior ministry on a request by the Federal Investigation Agency…

China slams India for inviting Dalai Lama to Buddhist seminar

China slams India for inviting Dalai Lama to Buddhist seminar

China warned India to respect its ‘core concerns’ to avoid disruption to bilateral ties after New Delhi invited the Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama to an international Buddhist seminar in…

N Korea’s rocket test shows ‘meaningful progress’: Seoul

N Korea’s rocket test shows ‘meaningful progress’: Seoul

North Korea’s latest rocket engine test showed ‘meaningful progress’ in its missile capabilities, Seoul said, as the nuclear-armed state steps up its controversial weapons development programmes. The North’s leader Kim…

Indian-origin priest stabbed in apparent ‘hate crime’ in Melbourne

Indian-origin priest stabbed in apparent ‘hate crime’ in Melbourne

In an apparent racist attack, a Catholic priest of Indian origin was stabbed in the neck at a church in Melbourne by a man who called him unqualified to say…