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US Senator Rand Paul gets $5,80,000 after neighbour broke his ribs

January 31 A Kentucky jury has awarded US Senator Rand Paul more than $5,80,000 in damages against a next-door neighbor who broke six of the Republican lawmaker’s ribs in ...Full Article

Tibetan children banned from attending classes in monasteries: HRW

Beijing, January 30 A county in China’s Qinghai province, which is adjacent to the Tibetan Autonomous Region, has banned Tibetan children from attending informal classes at local monasteries, Human ...Full Article

President Trump dismisses tell-all book as ‘made-up stories’

Washington, January 30 President Donald Trump is dismissing—and potentially bolstering sales of—a new tell-all book by a former White House aide, calling it “made-up stories and fiction”. Cliff Sims’ ...Full Article

UK MPs reject ‘no deal’ Brexit, back May’s bid to renegotiate agreement with EU

London, January 30 British MPs have voted to reject a chaotic ‘no-deal’ Brexit, but backed Prime Minister Theresa May’s bid to renegotiate the divorce agreement already struck with the ...Full Article

Russia warns US against military intervention in Venezuela

Moscow, January 24 Russia on Thursday warned the United States not to intervene militarily in Venezuela, a close ally of Moscow’s, saying such a move would trigger a catastrophe. ...Full Article

Trump says he will give State of the Union Address after shutdown ends

Washington, January 24 President Donald Trump on Thursday announced that he would delay his State of the Union Address until a crippling government shutdown ends, backing down in a ...Full Article

White House denies reports of cancelled trade meeting

Washington, January 23 The White House said high-level trade talks with Beijing were proceeding uninterrupted, quickly rebutting media reports that progress toward resolving their trade war had faltered. Chinese ...Full Article

Sharif’s condition very serious, says his doctor

Lahore, January 23 Pakistan’s jailed former prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s condition is “very serious” after heart complications and he should be shifted to hospital without any delay, his doctor ...Full Article

Trump going ahead with plans to deliver State of the Union Address: Report

Washington, January 23 US President Donald Trump is going ahead with his plans to deliver the State of the Union Address—either before a joint session of the US Congress ...Full Article

PM May refuses to rule out no-deal Brexit in fresh offer

LONDON, January 21 British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Monday that she would try to break the deadlock over her Brexit deal by seeking further concessions from the ...Full Article
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