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Comments by lawyers on court verdicts, cases a disturbing trend: CJI

NEW DELHI: Calling upon lawyers to rise above political interests, Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud has said that their ultimate loyalty...

With demand rising, Punjab consumers may face more power outages from June

CHANDIGARH: Power consumers in Punjab could soon be in for more power cuts due to rising demand, expectedly June onwards which is...

Sink differences, Taliban leader urges officials

ISLAMABAD: The Taliban’s reclusive supreme leader Hibatullah Akhundzada has urged officials to set aside their differences and serve Afghanistan properly, according to...

Under US pressure, Israel agrees to open new food corridors into Gaza

CAIRO: Israel has announced the opening of new food corridors into Gaza after a phone call between Joe Biden and Benjamin Netanyahu...

6 killed as Russian missiles, drones strike Kharkiv city

KYIV: Russian forces overnight attacked Ukraine with drones and missiles, killing at least six persons and wounding 11 more in Kharkiv, Ukraine’s...

Mexico snaps ties with Ecuador as cops break into Quito embassy

QUITO: Ecuadorian police officers on Friday forcibly broke into the Mexican embassy in Quito, where former Ecuadorian Vice-President Jorge Glas is holed...

Israel-Hamas War enters 7th month; anti-government protesters demand PM Netanyahu’s resignation, early election

TEL AVIV: Anti-government protesters have once again stormed the streets in Israel, calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and...

US, China need ‘tough’ conversations, Treasury Secretary Yellen tells Chinese Premier Li

BEIJING: The US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen told Chinese Premier Li Qiang on Sunday that the ability to have difficult conversations has...

Israel launches strikes on Bekaa Valley in eastern Lebanon

TEL AVIV: Israel launched air strikes on the Bekaa Valley in eastern Lebanon early on Sunday, two Lebanese security sources told Reuters,...