India plotted dangerous attack with Israeli help, says Pakistan

India with the backing of Israel and at the peak of its standoff with Pakistan had last week planned a “dangerous attack” to be executed from its Rajasthan airbase, a highly

Quader’s condition improves

The condition of ailing minister Obaidul Quader has improved as a medical team of Mount Elizabeth Hospital in Singapore examined him on Tuesday morning, said an official.

Defence purchase office to get boost

The Directorate General Defence Purchase (DGDP), the country’s defence purchase organisation, is going to be strengthened with the creation of 75 posts in 19 categories soon.

Tokyo court grants ex-Nissan chief Ghosn bail

A Tokyo court on Tuesday granted ex-Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn bail in a shock decision that could see the auto tycoon freed after more than three months of detention.

Saudi Arabia using 'terror' laws to stifle dissent: UN experts

Saudi Arabia is using its counterterrorism laws to silence activists in violation of international law guaranteeing freedom of speech, United Nations human rights experts said.

Modi 'must apologise to dyslexics', child psychology expert says

A leading expert in child psychology says that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi must apologise after he appeared to poke fun at dyslexia at a public event, triggering outrage.

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