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Imran Khan kept silent on atrocities against Uighurs in Kashmir, insulted on 'geography' knowledge

Imran Khan said in an interview with Axios channel that after the 9/11 attack on America, the word 'Islamic terrorism' came into circulation in the world. When you talk of Islamic terrorism, it is assumed in Western countries that Islam has led to bigotry.

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Two terrorists killed in encounter in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province

Inter-Services Public Relations said that based on intelligence inputs, the security forces launched an operation against the terrorists in the Spin Left sub-division of North Waziristan tribal district and in the Bobar area. During this encounter, soldier Najakat Khan (32) was killed and two terrorists were also killed.

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Pakistan court adjourns Kulbhushan Jadhav's case till October 5

This is a 50-year-old retired Indian Navy officer, Jadhav was sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court on charges of espionage and terrorism in April 2017.

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The decline in the number of nuclear bombs stopped after 30 years in the world, China-Pakistan are increasing weapons of destruction

SIPRI said that the total number of nuclear bombs in the world has decreased in the year 2021 compared to the year 2020, but the number of nuclear bombs in immediate use has increased significantly. In the year 2021, the nuclear-weapon states America, Russia, Britain, France, China, India, Pakistan, Israel, and North Korea have a total of 13,080 nuclear bombs. In the year 2020, this figure was 13,400.

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PM Modi said in the G-7 summit, India is a natural ally of G-7

PM Modi also underlined the revolutionary impact of digital technologies on social inclusion and empowerment in India through the trio of Aadhaar, Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT), and JAM (Jan Dhan-Aadhaar-Mobile)

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23 killed in bus accident in Pakistan

the bus was going from Wadh to Dadu and the incident took place at Khori in the Khujdar district of the province. 15 people died on the spot. After the incident, the rescue personnel reached the spot and started the rescue operation.

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Woman leader close to Imran Khan caught Pakistani MP's collar in TV show, slapped

Firdous Ashiq Awan has previously been a special assistant to PM Imran Khan and is currently a special assistant to the CM of Punjab province of Pakistan. This video of slapping has now gone viral on social media.

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Many provinces opened schools when the cases of corona virus decreased in Pakistan

The National Command and Operation Center (NCOC), the country's main monitoring organization for the war against covid-19, initially allowed educational institutions to open from May 24 in all those districts where the infection rate is less than five percent.

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Vera Farmiga says 'The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It' is Scary

Farmiga recently appeared on the Nova FM show alongside her film co-star Patrick Wilson, where Wilson stated that despite the horrors going on during the shooting of the first film, she was never hit with anything during the filming. were not afraid.

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More than 17.28 crore new cases of corona in the world

According to the CSSE, the US remains the most affected country in the world

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Government extends visa validity of foreigners stranded in India till August 31

In the light of non- resumption of normal commercial flight operations, it has been decided that the Indian visa or stay stipulation period of such foreign nationals stranded in India will be considered as deemed to be valid till 31.08.2021 on a gratis basis without levy of any overstay penalty.

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UK approves Pfizer/BioNtech COVID shot for 12-15 year olds

Children aged 12-15 are already getting the Pfizer shot in the United States, while France and Germany plan to start giving it to that age group this month.

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Pakistan to sell indigenous weapons to Tajikistan

Rahman, who arrived in Islamabad, was received at the Prime Minister's residence, where he was given a guard of honor. "This is very important for improving our defense ties," Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said while addressing a joint press conference at the Prime Minister's Office after meeting the President of Tajikistan.

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Know what is the strange secret of 111 year old Australian man for his Long Life

Krueger's 74-year-old son Greg credits his father's simple outback lifestyle for his long life.

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Woman Ordered to Pay Rs 1 Lakh to Husband For Spying On His Phone & Violating His Privacy

the husband had approached the court and filed a lawsuit demanding compensation from his wife for damaging his image.

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An Arizona Prison Forcibly Shaved a Sikh Man’s Beard, Stirs controversy

Surjit Singh came to a detention home in Arizona last year. During this time, his turban was removed from the authorities and his beard was also forcibly cut. These officers wanted to take a picture of Surjit Singh. Many legal human rights groups have now complained about it.

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10 Points for Fight to go on - Netanyahu, 42 Killed in Gaza in Deadliest Single-day Attack

Among those killed were 55 children, the Gaza Health Ministry said. Another 1,230 Palestinians were wounded in the Israeli attacks, reported The Times of Israel

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Fight Between Israel Defence Forces And Palestinian Militants Intensify: Top Points

This latest attack on a building long known by Israel to house international media raises the specter that the Israel Defense Forces is deliberately targeting media facilities to disrupt coverage of the human suffering in Gaza, the group’s executive director, Joel Simon, said in a statement

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In UNSC, India seeks a balance between its old relations with Palestine and growing ties with Israel.

the historic status quo at the holy places of Jerusalem including the Haraml al Sharif/Temple Mount must be respected

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YouTube down for users globally: update - problem fixed

#YouTubeDown The hashtag is trending on the microblogging site

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Michelle and Barack Obama Post an Emotional Tribute to a Family Dog, Obama Family Dog Bo Dies From Cancer

They both expressed sorrow at the passing of a dog the former president described as a “true friend and loyal companion

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In Colorado Birthday Party Man Kills 6 Then Shoots Self; US Shooting

The suspected shooter was the boyfriend of a female victim at the party.

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Hundreds of Israelis Chant ‘Om Namah Shivaya’, Pray For India’s Recovery Against Covid- Watch

A video went viral in which hundreds of people gathered together in one place were seen chanting 'Om Namah Shivaya' for India's recovery against Covid.

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Watch - NASA’s Perseverance Rover Records ‘New Sounds From Mars’ in Ingenuity Helicopter’s Flight

In California, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory released this first-ever audio on Friday, just before Ingenuity made its fifth test flight, a short one-way trip to a new airfield.

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Myanmar Junta Bans Satellite TV, Restricts Internet, Media: Myanmar Military Coup

The ruling State Administration Council announced this week that anyone using satellite dishes to watch television will face up to one year in prison or a fine of 500,000 kyats ($320).

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Pfizer Tells India There Are No Safety Concerns With its COVID-19 Vaccine

State Bank of India customers can do SBI KYC update online and via post. SBI is doing KYC update based on the documents received from its customers through registered email id and pos

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Man sells 2-year-old son for Rs 18 lakh for a holiday with his new wife

When the police investigated, they found out that Xie had sold the boy to a childless couple for 158,000 yuan (Rs 18 Lakh).

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Bill Gates And Melinda Gates Announce Divorce After 27 Years of Marriage

Bill Gates and Melinda met for the first time at a trade show in New York and began dating in 1987. They tied the knot on New Year’s Day in 1994 in Hawaii. They have three children.

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Complete Lockdown To Control Deadly Second Wave Of COVID: The body of traders urges PM Modi

India Lockdown News: CAIT has assured that if the government announces a national lockdown, the trading community will ensure the availability and supply of essential goods like last year.

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India To Receive COVID Test Kits, Oxygen Cylinders in First Shipment of $100 Million Aid From America Today

This comes two days after US President Joe Biden’s pledge to help to India amid the second wave of COVID-19 pandemic in the country

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Priyanka Chopra Jonas: My Home INDIA Is Suffering, Need Help | Fundraiser For India’s COVID Fight

Priyanka shared a video on Instagram and said that India is her home and that it is bleeding. ”India, my home, is suffering the world’s worst Covid crisis

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US Advises Its Citizens To Leave India As Soon As Possible!

The current Level 4 Travel Advisory asks US citizens not to travel to India or to leave as soon as it is safe to do so due to the current health situation in the country

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Covid in India: How countries are helping medical supplies

So far, at least 17 countries have come forward to help India, and they range from the neighbors to the major powers in the world.

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We will help and support India in the fight against Covid-19: Joe Biden, Kamala Harris

"Just as India sent assistance to the United States as our hospitals were strained early in the pandemic, we are determined to help India in its time of need," Biden said in a tweet.

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From vaccines to its ingredients, oxygen tankers to oxygen concentrators - US, UK and EU pledged help to India.

To help treat Covid- 19 patients and protect front-line health workers in India, the United States has identified supplies of therapeutics, rapid diagnostic test kits, ventilators, and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) that will immediately be made available for India

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Man Busted for having 35 Girlfriends at a time So He Could Get Birthday Gifts from All Throughout the Year

The man had reportedly met the women while selling them hydrogen showerheads and other products for an unnamed company and began each relationship on pretext of marriage.

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Trailer Of New Photobook Released, Will Jin Join Military Next Year?: BTS Updates

The South Korean band took to Twitter sharing the teaser for the upcoming Map Of The Soul ON:E photobook which is set to be released on May 24, 2021

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4 killed, 12 injured in Pakistan el parking explosionhot

Southwestern Baluchistan province is the scene of a long-running insurgency by secessionist groups like the Baluchistan Liberation Front and the Baluchistan Liberation Army

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In China Woman saves elderly man in a wheelchair from rolling down the escalator, wins praise online: WATCH Viral Video

the elderly man accidentally rolled down the escalator. However, on hearing him scream, the woman rushed to stop the wheelchair from rolling. After checking on the man, the lady also went to pick the child who had fallen as well.

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six cases of blood clots among AstraZeneca vaccine recipients, 3 dead: Sri Lanka

Nearly a million people have been given the first dose o the Indian-made vaccine in the country

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The death of George Floyd gave rise to a movement

The moment of collective grief and anger swiftly gave way to a yearlong, nationwide deliberation on what it means to be Black in America.

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The Buddhist monk cut off his head to please the Buddha, Hopes to be Reincarnated As ‘Higher Spiritual Being’

On April 15, Wangpreecha allegedly used a makeshift guillotine next to a Buddhist God statue so that the religious figure would appear to be holding his head after it had been cut off.

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The toddler was taken to hospital after a protected species dingo attack on Fraser Island, Australia

A two-year-old boy was airlifted to a hospital with bites to his head and body after a dingo attacked him on a popular Australian holiday island early on Saturday, rescue services said

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4 out of 8 Sikhs killed in US FedEx shootings; India, President Biden expressed shock

US President Joe Biden ordered the national flag to be flown to half the staff at the White House and all federal buildings. Biden also issued a proclamation in honor of the deceased.

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multiple victims in shooting at Indianapolis FedEx facility, Gunman dead: Report

The Indianapolis Star reports police issued a news release around 1130 pm saying multiple victims were located at the facility near the airport. It is unclear exactly how many people have shot and the severity of their injuries.

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US calls for pause on Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccine

"Until that process is complete, we are recommending a pause in the use of this vaccine out of an abundance of caution," the CDC and the FDA said in a joint statement.

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Maldives tourism arrivals cross 330K in March

Data from the Ministry of Tourism showed that 109,585 tourists arrived in March, up from 96,882 tourist arrivals in February, and 92,103 tourist arrivals in January

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US Defence Secy arrives in Germany

President Joe Biden's policies have changed little from Trump's, however, with the US still demanding that NATO countries spend 2 per cent of their GDP on defence

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Suu Kyi demands in-person meeting with lawyers

The charge carries a prison sentence of up to 14 years. The most serious charge so far is that of "incitement to sedition"

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Antarctica's 'doomsday glacier' will melt faster than thought

For the first time, researchers were able to take measurements beneath it, with the help of an uncrewed submarine called "Ran" that made its way under the glacier front.