The move would bring no benefit but damage Sino-US ties instead, a senior Chinese official in charge of Tibet affairs was quoted by a state-run newspaper.
Japan hopes US defence secretary Jim Mattis’ visit would lead to deeper security ties between the two nations in the wake of North Korea’s nuclear provocations.
A slew of protests erupted across the country after details about an acrimonious phone call between Trump and Australian PM regarding refugee settlement emerged.
The US military withdrew a ten-year-old video it posted on Friday to prove that the recent Yemen raid on al Qaida was a success.
A Muslim-dominated New Jersey neighbourhood is coming to terms with the shocking immigration imposition by the new US administration.
A delegation of Indian IT industry body Nasscom will be visiting Washington in the last week of February to lobby against changes to visa regulations that could hurt the country’s $150 billion industry.
A raid on al Qaida branch of Arabian Peninsula in Yemen during the weekend was ill prepared and could have caused more civilian deaths, reports say.
The actuarial team at Oliver Wyman prepared an infographic to “illustrate the historical patterns as well as the implications for future [US Supreme Court] appointees.”
The largest slice in the foreign aid pie is still reserved for Bhutan, though it has dropped by one-third compared to the initial allocation for 2016-17.
Members of Iraq’s Yazidi community, who were scheduled to leave for the US, are now stranded in Iraq awaiting more news from the US.
Atta Mohammad Noor, governor of Balkh in northern Afghanistan, is in talks with President Ashraf Ghani to join the central government.
The French-Canadian gunman identified as Alexandre Bissonnette, 27, is a student at Université Laval and has been charged with six counts of murder.
The recently declassified report dated as early as March 1986 details CIA’s thorough analysis on possible repercussions of Rajiv Gandhi’s assassination.
Several countries including long-standing US allies like UK and Germany spoke out against Trump’s order calling the measure discriminatory and divisive.
Trump’s supporters have shrugged off concerns about botched execution, damage to foreign relations and legal challenges across the country.
In a series of tweets a day after Trump’s immigration ban, Canada’s PM Justin Trudeau welcomed those fleeing war and conflictm promising protection.
The order temporarily suspends visas for certain countries, changes screening procedures for immigration programmes and aims to implement biometric checks.
Apart from stopping newcomers from seven countries entering US for the next 90 days, the ban will more severely extend to people who already live in the US under visas and green cards.
Speaking to reporters at the UN headquarters, ambassador Nikki Haley said US expects its allies to back the country; otherwise “we’re taking names,” she said.
Is there any modern precedent for this total lack of experience in the top echelons of the White House, including the National Security Council?
For many Aborigines, January 26 is “Invasion Day” as it celebrates the arrival of white settlement and beginning of colonial subjugation.
The cancellation, which followed a Twitter war between the two leaders signals a souring of relations between US and one of its most important international partners.
Would Mexico be footing the bill or US consumers? What items would become more expensive? Is this even legal?
The short-sighted policy only increases abortion demand and has consequences for a range of other health matters such as HIV/AIDS, cervical cancer and child well-being.
A 2006 study found that women’s rights groups felt the gag rule violated their rights to freedom of speech and association.
Many ‘sanctuary cities’ which shelter illegal immigrants vowed legal action, arguing that the threatened punishment would be unconstitutional.
To discourage the creation of fake news in the first place, Facebook also is banishing perpetual publishers of false information from its lucrative ad network.
“When I think about it – in a weird way, I’ve stopped pandering to myself.”
The 1949 book features a devious ‘Big Brother’ government that spies on its citizens and forces them into simultaneously accepting contradictory versions of the truth.
Three Democratic congressmen demanded proof of such fraud and sent a letter to election officials and attorneys general in all 50 US states seeking examples.
The US government has barred the Environmental Protection Agency from awarding any new contracts as part of larger clampdown on climate protection.
Brown defended California’s efforts to curb global warming, protect immigrants and expand healthcare vowing to fight Trump if need be.
Trump has banned US federal funding,instituted by Ronald Reagan, to international family planning groups that advocate a pro-choice policy worldwide.
In its annual Corruption Perceptions Index for 2016 the anti-corruption watchdog observed that populist leaders promising to end corruption may in fact be feeding it.
US President Donald Trump will begin rolling out executive actions on immigration Wednesday, beginning with steps to build his proposed wall along the US-Mexico border.
Donald Trump has done what decades of US-led feminism could not: unite women worldwide in solidarity.
Both Turkey and Russia, backing opposing sides in the conflict, are encouraging peace talks and want to disentangle themselves from the war.
Trump’s new administration vowed to prevent China from taking over the contentious South China Sea, Chinese state media hints at assertive action.
UK’s Guardian newspaper is considering going tabloid and outsourcing printing to a rival Rupert Murdoch’s News UK in an attempt to cut costs and stem losses according to reports.
Only adhering to the dominant western narrative can we say ‘post-truth’ is a recent phenomenon. The Indian scenario suggests the contrary.