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Beijing: Residents of a Tibetan village in northwestern China’s Qinghai province have been forced to move out of their homes to make way for a government-ordered hydropower station, media reports said on Saturday. more
China warns US that a 'dangerous situation' forming over Taiwan

Washington/Beijing: A top Chinese diplomat has warned US national security adviser Jake Sullivan that the country was “on the wrong path” regarding Taiwan and that its moves c ...

China will soon establish their control over Indian Ocean by establishing ports on Myanmar: Reports

Beijing: China will soon establish their control over the Indian Ocean by establishing ports on Myanmar, media reports said on Saturday.

US special coordinator for Tibet meets Dalai Lama in India's Dharamshala

Dharamshala, India: The US special coordinator for Tibetan affairs Uzra Zeya met spiritual leader Dalai Lama in the Indian hilly city of Dharamshala on Thursday.

Pakistan water crisis: Sindh human rights group to protest outside UN Office

Islamabad: Jeay Sindh Freedom Movement (JSFM), a human rights group, has decided to demonstrate in front of the UN office in New York against the water shortage in Pakistan that has led t ...

Ukraine War: Canada bans luxury goods trade with Russia

Ottawa: The Canadian government has decided to impose a ban on trade in luxury goods with Russia, a nation currently earning global criticisms for the ongoing invasion of Ukraine.

Syria: ‘Largest-ever number’ in need, warns UN relief chief

New York: With a scorching summer fast approaching, food prices rising and access to water and electricity limited in many parts of Syria, donors must make good on $4.3 billion in humanit ...

'Topless' woman crashes Cannes Red Carpet to protest against sexual violence in Ukraine, removed

Cannes: A topless woman protesting sexual violence in Ukraine crashed the red carpet premiere of “Three Thousand Years of Longing” at the Cannes Festival on Friday, media repo ...

Afghanistan: Taliban bans wheat export

Kabul: The Taliban on Friday banned the wheat exports from Afghanistan with immediate effect in order to meet domestic demand.

Demand for lifesaving aid up 10 per cent this year: UN relief chief

New York: The number of people in need has risen by around 10 per cent this year so far, the UN’s humanitarian affairs chief said on Thursday.