US Air Force F-22 Raptors are wreaking havoc on the Taliban in Afghanistan, having conducted their first operation mission against drug depots run by the militant group, the US Defense Department announced Monday.
North Korean military official Hwang Pyong-so is facing unspecified punishment for unknown reasons, South Korean intelligence officials said Tuesday.
ONGC Videsh has started to bring more foreign oil and gas assets under its ambit amid a delay in awarding of Farzad B gas field by Iran.
Though the Trump administration declared North Korea a state sponsor of terror on Monday and announced new sanctions on Pyongyang Tuesday, policy analysts still say the US has more diplomatic options to curtail the defiant nuclear state’s power.
It is alleged that the journalist and the accused trooper got into a verbal spat and an infuriated policeman shot him with his service rifle.
Maria Sharapova had lent her name to a housing project in Gurugram near Delhi called ‘Ace by Sharapova’ by the Homestead Infrastructure Development. However, the promoters allegedly collected millions of rupees from homebuyers and then disappeared without constructing the housing.
The Indian government has been pushing for linking internet users' unique identification numbers with social benefit schemes and financial transactions tracking mechanism. However, there have been major concerns about privacy breaches as the unique identification system captures biometrics as well as personal details.
An expert in Bangladesh says the global community took too much of time to recognize the reality of the situation. The declaration of the problem as apartheid was a long drawn out thing.
A young girl has been rescued from tribespeople in Papua New Guinea who tortured her with heated knives, claiming that she had committed sorcery.
Sputnik's website ranks fourth among the public and political media in Afghanistan, along with the BBC, Azadiradio and ToloNews, which took the first three spots.
Britain has lost its seat on the International Court of Justice (ICJ) for the first time since its creation in 1946. Sputnik spoke to Ben Donaldson, the United Nations Association's Head of Campaigns, who said the loss of the seat to India showed Britain was losing influence.
The Israeli-made Searcher MK-II UAV was on a routine surveillance mission when it crashed at around 10.25 am IST.
Around 1,200 scheduled flights ply between India and Russia every year. Another 1,100 Russian chartered flights arrive, mostly in Goa with Russian tourists.
As early as the first half of 2018, China’s People’s Liberation Army is slated to commission a new multi-warhead intercontinental ballistic missile, the Dongfeng-41, that can target “anywhere in the world,” the Global Times reports.
Following a closed-door briefing by South Korea's National Intelligence Service Monday, lawmakers revealed that North Korea may be preparing to for new missile tests by the end of the year.
On Sunday, a military truck driven by a US serviceman under the influence of alcohol collided with a civilian light truck in Naha, Okinawa, killing its driver. The deadly crash is hardly the first incident on the island involving US soldiers. In the last year alone, Sputnik has counted at least five other scandalous episodes involving US personnel.
A rescue operation is underway in India after a factory collapsed. Emergency workers are trying to find survivors under the wreckage.
Deepika Padukone has been in the eye of the storm ever since she started shooting Padmavati – an epic period drama that portrays a legendary 13th-century Hindu queen as an object of desire of Allaudin Khilji – a Mughal Emperor who invaded and ruled Delhi during the same period.
The Chinese national was found bicycling around India’s ordnance depot in Agra. Police claimed he behaved as if he had an unsound mind, but his phone records are being examined to ascertain if he is a spy.
The application has been named Har Har Mahadev (another name for the Hindu deity Shiva). It redirects URLs to devotional content when a user tries to access pornographic content on the gadget that has the application installed.
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