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China arms Afghan Army, engages with the Taliban

China’s aid to the Afghan National Army in the name of nation building and simultaneous support to Taliban exposes Beijing’s double standard in the strategically-located Afghanistan.

Michelle Obama proves to be Hillary Clinton’s Trump card


This file photo shows US First Lady Michelle Obama sharing a light moment with Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. (Photo: AP)

Osama on mind, Apprentice in sight

Hillary Clinton came down heavily on Republican rival Donald Trump on Thursday for questioning her experience during the last presidential debate saying on the day she was monitoring the raid that kil

PIOs divided over who won final face-off

Indian-American supporters of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump claimed victory on Thursday for their respective candidates in the final presidential debate here even as the US media declared the Democ

‘Predator’ tycoon triggers laughter

In an amusing moment during the fiery final presidential debate, Donald Trump’s assertion that “nobody has more respect for women” than him evoked laughter from the audience, prompting the moderator t

Clear message: US is past, China present, Russia future

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte announced his “separation” from the United States on Thursday, declaring he had realigned with China as the two agreed to resolve their South China Sea dispute thr

South Africa pulls out of International Criminal Court

Omar al-Bashir

South Africa announced on Friday that it would withdraw from the International Criminal Court, dealing a major blow to a troubled institution set up to try the world’s worst crimes.

Schizophrenic to hang, Pak SC relies on Indian verdict

Pakistan’s Supreme Court on Friday cleared the way for hanging of a mentally ill man convicted of murder ruling that schizophrenia did not fall within its legal definition of mental disorders.

Nawaz Sharif gets Supreme Court notice in Panamagate

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif (Photo: AFP)

Pakistan’s Supreme Court on Thursday started hearing five petitions regarding Panama Papers disclosures relating to alleged offshore companies of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s sons and daughter.

Myanmar’s most powerful leader Aung San Suu Kyi might have chosen China as her first port of call after her party assumed office in March, but her recent four-day visit to India has been historic in t

The titles of books often reflect the state of world. Thus The Scramble for China and India Conquered relate to the history of China and India.