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Symbolic swearing-in for Sri Lanka's new president

Symbolic swearing-in for Sri Lanka's new president

Sri Lanka's new president and scourge of the Tamil Tigers Gotabaya Rajapaksa on Monday urged minorities unnerved by his election victory

Sumatran tiger kills Indonesian farmer, injures tourist

Sumatran tiger kills Indonesian farmer, injures tourist

An endangered Sumatran Tiger has mauled to death an Indonesian farmer and seriously injured a domestic tourist, a conservation official said Monday.

Loyalists sweep Belarus vote as opposition takes no seats

Loyalists sweep Belarus vote as opposition takes no seats

Candidates loyal to Belarus's authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko have swept to victory in parliamentary elections,

Gunman opens fire at California backyard party, four killed

Gunman opens fire at California backyard party, four killed

Police in the California city of Fresno were investigating a mass shooting at a football game party on Sunday in which at least 10 people were shot, killing four

China confirms aircraft carrier sailed through Taiwan Strait

China confirms aircraft carrier sailed through Taiwan Strait

China confirmed on Monday that its first domestically built aircraft carrier had sailed through the Taiwan Strait for "routine" training and tests after Taipei accused Beijing of intimidation

Asian airlines slash flights to Hong Kong as unrest escalates

Asian airlines slash flights to Hong Kong as unrest escalates

Several Asian airlines have cut flights to Hong Kong over the coming weeks, an industry scheduling publication showed

China calls on US to 'stop flexing muscles' in South China Sea

China calls on US to 'stop flexing muscles' in South China Sea

China on Monday called on the US military to stop flexing its muscles in the South China Sea and to avoid adding "new uncertainties" over Taiwan

Choking and crying, Hong Kong protesters pinned back on campus

Choking and crying, Hong Kong protesters pinned back on campus

Hong Kong police fired tear gas and rubber bullets on Monday to force back anti-government protesters trying to escape a university where hundreds are holed up

PM hopes for ‘productive’ winter session of parliament

PM hopes for ‘productive’ winter session of parliament

Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday said the government would work with all political parties in a constructive manner to address pending legislations as well as to frame policy solutions for wide-ranging issues.

Delhi air quality improving as stubble burning slows: CM

Delhi air quality improving as stubble burning slows: CM

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal yesterday reiterated that the air pollution in the national capital was due to stubble burning and said as the farm fires were coming to an end, the air quality was improving.

Power politics on display at Thackeray memorial

Power politics on display at Thackeray memorial

Amid the tussle to form a government in Maharashtra, power politics was in full swing on the seventh death anniversary of Shiv Sena founder Balasaheb Thackeray in Mumbai yesterday.

Botulism blamed for migratory bird deaths

Botulism blamed for migratory bird deaths

Thousands of birds have died at India’s largest inland saltwater lake from suspected botulism, officials said yesterday.

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