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Nepal's Foreign Minister Pradeep Gyawali has said that the Jammu and Kashmir issue should be resolved through dialogue, adding that the Himalayan nation was in "favour of regional peace and stability", the media reported on Tuesday.
The success of the "Border Haats" with Bangladesh has prompted other northeastern states of India to go for similar arrangements with Myanmar. At the instance of the Mizoram government, the Centre is likely to set up four "Border Haats" (market) along the border with Myanmar to boost local trade and livelihood of the people living there.
US President Donald Trump has once again lashed out at Google for manipulating millions of votes in the 2016 presidential electionsin favour of then Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
Malaysian police on Monday questioned controversial Indian Islamic preacher Zakir Naik for allegedly making insensitive remarks about race in the multi-ethnic country, as pressure mounts on authorities to kick him out.
As pro-democracy protests gain momentum in Hong Kong, Twitter and Facebook have suspended several accounts that were part of the Chinese government's influence campaign and targeted protest movement and the call for political change in Hong Kong.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has written to EU President Donald Tusk reaffirming his desire to conclude a Brexit deal as well as his opposition to the controversial "backstop" on Ireland.
Bangladesh said on Monday it would be ready to start the repatriation of Rohingya refugees to Myanmar on 22 August, nearly two years after members of the Muslim minority fled violence in the western state of Rakhine in light of a military crackdown.
US President Donald Trump has in a telephonic conversation urged Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan to "moderate rhetoric" with India over the situation in Jammu and Kashmir in an effort to reduce tensions.
US President Donald Trump urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pakistan PM Imran Khan to work towards reducing tension in the region over Kashmir, describing the situation as "tough".