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Paris tracked French fighters in Pak. but failed to dig deep in nuclear secrets

Islamabad's security establishment has several such uncompromising subjects like the nuclear programme and the China-Pakistan joint projects.

14 JulyThe Hindu

Long legal battle by Jeffrey Epstein victims could sink Maxwell's defense

Women who say they were victims of Jeffrey Epstein have spent 12 years trying to undo an unusual plea deal that spared the deceased financier from federal prison. Now their efforts could sink a key legal defense for Ghislaine Maxwell,

14 JulyReuters

Japan Traces New Coronavirus Outbreak to Tokyo Theatre Boy-band Show

The government said it was focusing on a theatre in Shinjuku, a busy entertainment area and home to one of Asia's biggest red-light districts which has been the centre of a recent spike in infections.

14 JulyYAHOO!

West Bank annexation: Palestinians arrested for 'backing' probable move on Israeli TV

In an Israeli TV report aired in early June, several Palestinians in the occupied West Bank are heard expressing the hope of becoming Israelis if annexation under a US-Israeli plan moves forward.

14 JulyThe New Indian Express

Jagtial youth ends life in Bahrain, sends message to parents before suicide

A 25-year-old youngster from Korutla of Jagtial district ended his life in Bahrain on Monday evening. He was identified as Naveen, a native of Venkatapur village of Korutla Mandal. The reason for his suicide is yet to be ascertained.

14 JulyThe Hans India

Kerala Opposition Leader Demands CBI Inquiry In Gold Smuggling Case

Kerala opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala led Congress party's protest at Neyyattinkara on Tuesday, demanding CBI inquiry in the gold smuggling case.

14 JulyNDTV

Beijing's Hong Kong Office Warns Pro-democracy Poll Could Violate New Security Law

Beijing's top representative office in Hong Kong has warned the pro-democracy opposition's primary elections at the weekend could violate a new national security law, exacerbating concerns over a crackdown on the former British colony's democracy movement.

14 JulyEtemaad

Thais seek to fix errors that allowed infected foreigners in

Authorities in Thailand urged almost 1,900 people to quarantine themselves and get tested for the coronavirus after a breakdown in screening allowed two foreigners with the disease to pose a risk to public health.

14 JulyYAHOO!

BJP delegation meets Prez over 'political killings' in WB

BJP delegation meets Prez over 'political killings' in WB. The post-mortem repor said that Roy died due to hanging and no other injury mark was found on his body.

14 Julyrediff.com

1966 Air India Plane Crash: Copies of Indian newspapers recovered from Mont Blanc range in France

Indian newspaper copies with headlines such as 'India's First Woman Prime Minister', referring to Indira Gandhi's election win in 1966, have been recovered from the melting French glacier of Bossons on the Mont Blanc mountain range in western Europe,

14 JulyIndia TV

'No historic rights' over South China Sea: Philippines calls on China to comply with 2016 arbitral ruling

In its ruling, it also said that China has interfered with traditional Philippine fishing rights at Scarborough Shoal, even as Beijing claimed historic rights to the waters under the nine-dash line.

14 JulyThe New Indian Express

Webinar speakers discuss peaceful settlement of Kashmir dispute amid growing nuclear war threat

The threat of war will continue to hover over SA unless K-dispute is resolved: Speakers Islamabad: Speakers at a live

14 JulyKashmir Watch

EHWF condemn the increasing act of crime against women in Manipur

IT News Imphal, July 14: Eastern Himalayan Women Forum (EHWF), a network of women organisation working to the cause of indigenous women and children in Eastern Himalayan Region of North East India base at Shillong has expressed strong concerns to the rise of crime against women when people across

14 JulyImphal Times

India-EU ink civil nuclear pact on eve of bilateral summit

Two sides also working on an agreement between Europol and CBI India and the European Union on Tuesday signed a civil nuclear agreement to set the stage for the India-EU virtual summit on Wednesday.

14 JulyThe Tribune

Iran Executes Former Defence Ministry Staffer Convicted of Spying on Behalf of CIA

Iran has executed a former employee of the defence minister who was convicted of spying on behalf of the Central Intelligence Agency, the country's judiciary said Tuesday. It was the second such execution in the past month.

14 JulyEtemaad

Tablighi Jamaat: Court allows foreigners from 5 countries to walk free on fine

A Delhi court Tuesday allowed foreign nationals from five countries to walk free on payment of different fines, after they accepted mild charges under the plea bargain process, related to various viol

14 JulyThe Pioneer

India China News Live: Indian plans to acquire Heron drones, Spike anti-tank missiles from Israel

Engaged in a boundary dispute with China in eastern Ladakh, India is planning to enhance its surveillance capabilities and firepower.

14 JulyIndia Times

Pilot sacked, but Gehlot on shaky ground in Rajasthan

While the Ashok Gehlot camp has claimed that it has the numbers to remain in power, the fact is that the government is on shaky ground. To remain in power, Gehlot needs 101 MLAs to back him.

14 JulyOneindia

Indo-China military level talks to focus on Finger Area, Depsang Plains

The focus of today's talks would be to reduce tensions in the Finger Area and Depsang Plains. The talks would also focus around pulling back weapons from friction points. This would be the fourth round of talks between the military commanders of India and China.

14 JulyOneindia

Iran executes former defence ministry staffer as alleged CIA spy

Occasionally Iran announces arrests and convictions of alleged spies for foreign countries, including the U.S. and Israel.

14 JulyHindustan Times