Monday, May 16, 2022Former PM Imran Khan’s security beefed up after “assassination plot” claims

The Pakistan government on Monday beefed up security for former Prime Minister Imran Khan, two days after he claimed that there was a plot to assassinate him, according to a media report.

Khan claimed on Saturday that a “conspiracy” to assassinate him was being hatched in Pakistan and abroad, warning that if anything happens to him, the people will come to know about the perpetrators through a


Monday, May 16, 2022President Kovind arrives in Jamaica; to hold talks with Governor-General and Prime Minister

Kingston, May 16: President Ram Nath Kovind has arrived in Jamaica for a state visit, the first by any Indian President to the Caribbean country, during which he will hold talks with his counterpart Governor-General Patrick Allen and Prime Minister Andrew Holness on the entire gamut of the multifaceted relationship between the two countries.

President Kovind accompanied by his wife Savita Kovi


Monday, May 16, 2022Ukraine says Russia strikes at Donetsk sites

Paris, May 16: French carmaker Renault says it is selling its Russian branch to Moscow City and its stake in Russian company Avtovaz to a local state-owned institute.

Renault said Monday its board of directors approved the deal to sell its 67.69% stake in Avtovaz, the company making Lada, to NAMI, the scientific research automobile and automotive engine institute of the Russian Federation.


Wednesday, May 11, 2022India-China relations will 'remain strained', says US Intelligence community

The ties between India and China will "remain strained" in the wake of the "lethal clash" in 2020, the US intelligence community has told lawmakers as it also expressed concerns over any potential crisis between India and Pakistan.
In its annual threat assessment presented before the Senate Armed Services Committee during a Congressional hearing on Tuesday, the US intelligence community said the