The Hindu : International (213)

Warship captain in collision that killed 7 to lose command

The Navy said the three had shown inadequate leadership.' Separately, seven junior officers were relieved of their duties because they had shown poor seamanship' and bad teamwork.

Ahead of Xiamen summit, BRICS discuss new rules of global governance

The BRICS summit is being held in China's coastal city of Xiamen from September 3-5. It highlights the theme: "BRICS: stronger partnership for a brighter future."

13 dead, over 100 hurt in two Spanish seaside city attacks

Police said they were working on the hypothesis that the terrorists shot dead in Cambrils are linked to what happened in Barcelona.

13 feared dead, 32 injured in Barcelona 'terror attack'

A van mowed through crowds of tourists on Barcelona's most famous avenue on Thursday, killing about a dozen people in an attack that was claimed by Islamic State.The head of the Spanish region of Cata...

13 feared dead, 32 injured in Barcelona 'terror attack'

A van ploughed into crowds in the heart of Barcelona on Thursday and Spanish media reported at least 13 people were killed, in what police said they were treating as a terrorist attack.A man was later...

Vehicles as weapons of terror in Europe

A driver deliberately ploughed a van into pedestrians on one of Spain's busiest streets on Thursday, killing at least one person in what police called a "terrorist attack".Vehicles have been used as w...

Saudi reopens Qatar border for haj pilgrims

Crown Prince meets Qatari royal

Opposition leader of Iran hospitalised

Mehdi Karroubi has been under house arrest since 2011

U.S. terror designation of Hizbul Mujahideen unjustified: Nafees Zakaria

Reiterates Pakistan's moral, diplomatic and political support to Kashmiri people's struggle.'

Sharif, sons summoned by anti-corruption body

To be questioned over offshore assets

Van ploughs into crowd in Barcelona; 13 feared dead

A white van jumped the sidewalk on Thursday in Barcelona's historic Las Ramblas district, injuring several people as it plowed into a summer crowd of tourists and residents, police said. The El Pais n...

Trump defends civil war statues

'The history and culture of our great country being ripped apart with the removal of monuments'

Trump's new South Asia strategy' for Afghanistan likely on Friday

Will involve India and Pakistan but questions remain on their role and context

Pakistan begins drive to register Afghans who fled war

The drive is aimed at encouraging Afghans to register with authorities or return to their homeland.

Fresh anti-drug war in Philippines claims 58 lives in 3 days

Duterte satisfied with spurt in such killings, assures law enforcers they won't land in jail

Chinese media now debates military options as Doklam crisis festers

Separately, a Xinhua video in English, entitled The Seven Sins of India', accuses India of trampling international law' and confusing right and wrong' over the Doklam crisis.

Turkey to boost military cooperation with Iran after army chief's visit

Turkey and Iran have agreed to boost military cooperation after talks in Ankara this week between the Iranian armed forces chief of staff and Turkish leaders, President Tayyip Erdogan's spokesman sai...

Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai to study at Oxford

The 20-year-old Pakistani education activist will study philosophy, politics and economics at the prestigious university.

Bannon says no military solution in North Korea

Despite Trump's talk of countering aggression with 'fire and fury.'

Nobel-laureate Malala Yousafzai to study at Oxford

The 20-year-old Pakistani education activist will study philosophy, politics and economics at the prestigious university.

Anti-Muslim Australian senator wears burqa in Parliament

Pauline Hanson explain that she wanted the burqa outfits banned on national security grounds.

Hostage situation at Dutch radio station: police

A man is holding a woman hostage at a building in the city of Hilversum used by Dutch radio station 3FM, Dutch news agencies NOS and ANP reported on Thursday, citing police.Reuters could not immediate...

Hong Kong democracy leaders jailed over anti-China protests

When those of us who face jail time have yet to give up, how can the rest of you give up?' asks Joshua Wong

Racism, xenophobia, Islamophobia are poisoning societies, says UN chief

His comments came in response to a question on US President Donald Trump's response to the violence at rallies held by white supremacists and neo-Nazis in Charlottesville.

Crude oil shipment from Texas opens new vistas in India-U.S. ties

Consignments of American crude oil left the U.S. shores between August 6-14 and are likely to reach Odisha in the last week of September

Hong Kong activist Wong braces for possible prison sentence

When those of us who face jail time have yet to give up, how can the rest of you give up?' asks Joshua Wong

UN says 1 million South Sudan refugees now in Uganda

Ugandan officials say they are overwhelmed by the flow of people fleeing South Sudan's civil war.

Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal unveils resolution to censure Donald Trump

In an unscripted press conference, we saw the real and unfiltered Donald Trump — the logical endpoint for a man who has consistently trafficked in racism throughout his career,' she said.

Saudi Arabia to open Salwa border point to Qatari pilgrims for haj

The Salwa border point would be open for Qatari citizens who wish to perform the annual pilgrimage to pass through, with no electronic permissions needed

Hostage situation at Dutch radio station: police

A man is holding a woman hostage at the building in the city of Hilversum used by Dutch radio station 3FM, Dutch news agencies NOS and ANP reported on Thursday, citing police.Reuters could not immedi...

Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal unveils resolution to censure Donald Trump

Indian-American Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal and some other lawmakers have unveiled a congressional resolution to censure U.S. President Donald Trump for his comments about the violent white nationa...

Racism, xenophobia, Islamophobia poisoning societies, says UN chief

His comments came in response to a question on Mr. Trump's response to the violence at rallies held by white supremacists and neo-Nazis in Charlottesville.

There will be no war on Korean peninsula, says Moon

Tensions have soared on the peninsula in recent months, with Pyongyang carrying out its first successful tests of ICBM.

Saudi Arabia to open Salwa border point to Qatari pilgrims for haj

Saudi Arabia said on Wednesday it would welcome Qatari pilgrims to Saudi Arabia to perform the haj this season, amidst a feud that has triggered tensions between the two nations since June.A statemen...

Trump disbands two business councils

Move comes after CEOs quit in protest

10 security personnel killed in IS attacks on Iraq bases

Militants stage 3 attacks on military bases

Turkey warns against Iraq's Kurdish referendum

It could lead to civil war, says Ankara

Where robots work in harmony with humans

Japanese workers treasure automation; a 'lifetime employment' system means they don't fear losing their jobs

U.K. seeks to work together with India over N. Korea crisis

Boris Johnson says the countries could persuade China to pressure Pyongyang

Kim made a wise, well-reasoned decision: Trump

US President praises North Korean leader for holding his fire

May openly criticises Trump, says she sees 'no equivalence'

Rare rebuke of the U.S. President by one of his closest foreign allies.

US designates Hizb-ul-Mujahideen a foreign terrorist organization, adds it to several blacklists

The designation blocks any assets the group may have in United States jurisdictions and bars Americans from doing business with it.

Not aware of scuffle in Ladakh: China

Indian border guards on Tuesday foil Chinese soldiers' bid to enter Indian territory in Ladakh, resulting in pelting of stones that cause minor injuries to people on both sides.

13 killed as tree crashes down on people gathered for Mass in Portugal

Scores had gathered in a leafy square, in Madeira Islands when the disaster occurred

China 'not aware' of its soldiers entering Ladakh

Indian border guards on Tuesday foil Chinese soldiers' bid to enter Indian territory in Ladakh, resulting in pelting of stones that cause minor injuries to people on both sides.

Not aware of Ladakh scuffle, says China

Indian border guards on Tuesday foiled an attempt by Chinese soldiers to enter Indian territory in Ladakh

China urges India to protect peace after border altercation

China's Foreign Ministry on Wednesday urged India to protect the peace and stability of the border region after Indian sources said the soldiers of the two Asian giants were involved in an altercatio...

Donald Trump blames both sides for Charlottesville violence

The hatred and division in America must stop as we are all Americans first,' the U.S. President said earlier

Donald Trump blames both sides for Charlottesville violence

The United States President Donald Trump said that both sides of the clashes contributed to the violence which happened in a white supremacists rally in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend.As p...

Trump's Charlottesville remarks a 'disgrace', say Indian-Americans

...it chilled me to the bone to hear the President of the United States say that some of the participants were 'very fine people,'' Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi says