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       HEADLINES: Artiste collapses, dies during Thrissur pooram                                              Maneka bats for compensation for male victims of child sexual abuse                                              4 members of Ravi Pujari gang sentenced to 5 years in jail                                              Shimla rape: Accused sent to judicial custody                                              Dogs back, wife out. Imran Khan's marriage again on rocks                                              Lashkar-e-Taiba leader Abdul Rehman Makki insults Guru Nanak Dev                                              I would love to get out of Syria: Trump                                              Pak Army Chief arrives in Russia, touts defence ties                                              Gautam Gambhir steps down as Delhi Daredevils IPL 2018 captain, Shreyas Iyer new boss                                              Former Indian athlete Tony Daniel passes away                                              IPL: Sunrisers Hyderabad bowler reprimanded for breaching code of conduct                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Pak Army Chief arrives in Russia, touts defence ties    
Moscow: Pakistan's Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Tuesday arrived in Russia on an official visit and touted the military to military cooperation. General Bajwa, who was presented guard of honour by the Russian authorities, met Commander Russian Federation Ground Forces Colonel General Oleg Salyukov at Kremlin Palace, according to a statement issued by Pakistan's Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).

         I would love to get out of Syria: Trump    
Washington D.C: Less than two weeks after launching airstrikes on Syria, United States President Donald Trump on Tuesday said that he "would love to get out," but wanted to do so only once after "having accomplished what we have to accomplish."

         Lashkar-e-Taiba leader Abdul Rehman Makki insults Guru Nanak Dev    
Multan: Global terrorist Hafiz Saeed's brother-in-law and the second-in-command of terror outfit LeT and Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD), Abdul Rehman Makki, has used foul language against Guru Nanak Dev, the first Sikh Guru, at an event in Multan city of Pakistan. Makki's remarks are an eye opener for those Sikh militants who have taken shelter in Pakistan to wage acts of terror against India in the name of the so-called Khalistan movement. Makki has lashed out against the Sikh faith and has even go

         Pak may soon have world's third largest nuke stockpile    
Washington D.C: Pakistan is well on its way to amassing the world's third largest nuclear weapons stockpile and its decision to deploy low-yield (5 to 10 kiloton) battlefield weapons, represents a dangerous new strategy that could have a telling impact on South Asia's future stability, claims a military history and world affairs expert.

         Dogs back, wife out. Imran Khan's marriage again on rocks    
Islamabad: Pakistan's Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan's third wife Bushra Manek has reportedly returned back to her maternal home following a domestic dispute over the ex-cricketer's pet dogs. As per a report by Times of Islamabad , Imran Khan's pet dogs, who had earlier been expelled from his palatial house on the direction of Manek, have returned back and are seen wandering around the house.

         US plans to end work permits for spouses of H-1B visa holders    
WASHINGTON DC: The Donald Trump administration is planning to end allowing spouses of H-1B visa holders to work legally in the US, a top federal agency official has told lawmakers. The move may have a devastating impact on tens of thousands of Indians.

         Selective army censorship of press may impact Pak polls    
ISLAMABAD: An article published by a leading British newspaper has said that press freedom in Pakistan is under threat, being selectively censored by that country's powerful military establishment, which doesn't take kindly to criticism of its actions, or support for the civilian political class.

         Fire in karaoke bar in China kills at least 18    
BEIJING: A fire that tore through a karaoke bar in southern China in the early hours of Tuesday killed 18 people, the police said, adding that arson was probably the cause.

         Death toll in Toronto truck collision rises to 10    
TORONTO: The death toll in the incident of Toronto truck collision has risen to ten as the number of people injured is reported to be 15.

         China's BRI exposes its ulterior strategic motives    
WASHINGTON DC: The official narrative in China and the highlighting of the country's "core interests" in terms of fostering and promoting economic development in Europe and the Indo-Pacific region through the ambitiously conceived "Belt Road Initiative" (BRI) may not be entirely true.

         CPEC: Business, security headache for China, Pak    
WASHINGTON DC: The ongoing over USD 60 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project, which forms a part of Beijing's ambitious transnational Belt Road Initiative (BRI), is according to a report, turning out to be an economic as well as a security headache for both China and Pakistan.

         Pak Army Chief calls for meaningful Indo-Pak dialogue    
NETHERLANDS: Pakistan's Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Monday called for a meaningful dialogue between India and Pakistan.

         The royal family of UK welcomes baby no. 3    
LONDON: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton, have welcomed their third baby - a son - into the world on April 23, 11:01 BST.

         Yemen: At least 30 killed after Saudi-led air strike hits wedding party    
RIYADH: At least 30 people were killed after an air strike by the Saudi-led coalition hit a wedding party in Yemen late on Sunday night.

         China denies "hidden" military bases on CPEC    
ISLAMABAD: Beijing has refuted the reports suggesting that the multibillion-dollar China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) under construction with Islamabad has "hidden" military or strategic bases, maintaining the commercial status of the project.

         World’s oldest person Nabi Tajima dies at 117 in Japan    
TOKYO: The world’s oldest person, a 117-year-old Japanese woman, has died. Nabi Tajima died of old age in a hospital Saturday evening in the town of Kikai in southern Japan, town official Susumu Yoshiyuki confirmed.

         Barbara Bush Funeral: Scores of mourners gather in Texas    
HOUSTON: Scores of mourners, including former Presidents George H W Bush, George Bush, Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, on Saturday (local time) attended the funeral of former first lady Barbara Bush at Houston's St Martin's Episcopal Church in Texas.

         17 dead in China's dragon boat accident    
BEIJING: At least 17 persons were killed on Saturday after two dragon boats capsized in South China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, the authorities confirmed.

         Death toll in Kabul suicide blast rises to 31: Reports    
KABUL: The Death toll in Sunday's deadly suicide bombing in Kabul has risen to 31, confirmed the Afghan officials. The number of injured has also increased to 50.

         US must stop Pak's Pashtun crackdown: Activist    
WASHINGTON DC: A United States-based advocacy group, the Voice of Karachi, has requested Washington to exert pressure on Pakistan to stop its alleged human rights violations against the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement (PTM) and other groups representing that nation's ethnic and religious minorities.

         Pak is China's client state: US report    
WASHINGTON DC: China's recent decision to provide Pakistan with the military version of Beidou, its hi-tech ballistic missile tracking and monitoring system, has once again certified a well-known strategic view that Beijing uses Islamabad as the first choice exporting nation for testing its weaponry under supervision.

         Mira Ricardel to be new deputy national security advisor    
WASHINGTON DC: National security advisor (NSA) John Bolton on Friday (local time) named Undersecretary of Commerce Mira Ricardel as his deputy, announced the White House.

         Ships don't want to stop at Chinese run Hambantota    
COLOMBO: The Hambantota Port in Sri Lanka in which China has a 70 percent stake, is being seen by shipping analysts and other experts as a virtual white elephant because most ships passing through the Indian Ocean don't stop to unload their cargo.

         Sheikh Hasina makes it to Time's list of 100 most influential people    
DHAKA: Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has made it to the list of Time Magazine's 100 most influential people of 2018.

         PM Modi should pay more attention to women safety: IMF chief    
IMF chief Christine Lagarde on Thursday called on India´s leader to focus more on women in the wake of the ‘revolting’ rape and murder of two young girls.

         Cuba marks end of era as Castro hands over power    
HAVANA: Cuba’s new president, Miguel Diaz-Canel, began his term Thursday with a promise to defend the socialist revolution led by the Castro brothers since 1959, giving a sober speech that emphasized the need to modernize the economy.

         Rawalpindi village named after Malala    
RAWALPINDI: A village in Rawalpindi District of Pakistan's Punjab province has been named after Malala Yousafzai, the youngest Nobel laureate.

         Pak-sponsored PoK-Khalistani elements burn Indian flag in London    
LONDON: Pakistan-backed PoK and Khalistani elements burnt the Indian flag in Central London yesterday while the London Metropolitan Police quietly watched the flag burning taking place right before its eyes.

         CIA chief had 'smooth' meeting with Kim Jong Un: Trump    
WASHINGTON DC: United States President Donald Trump has confirmed that CIA director Mike Pompeo met with Kim Jong Un, top leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), in a secret visit to Pyongyang.

         31 militants dead, 37 wounded in Afghan    
KABUL: At least 31 militants have been killed and 37 wounded during the coordinated air and ground operations in various provinces of Afghanistan in the past 24 hours, confirms the country's Ministry of Defense (MoD).

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