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China asks US to be cautious on South China Sea

Beijing:  China on Tuesday asked the US to watch its words and actions on the disputed South China Sea after Washington said it won’t allow Beijing to take over the energy-rich waters. “The US is not a claimant in the related disputes in the South China Sea,” China’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying was quoted…

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69 Pakistanis in Saudi jails on terror charges

Islamabad/Jeddah :  A Pakistani woman was arrested in Jeddah on terror charges, taking the total number of Pakistanis arrested in Saudi Arabia for alleged involvement in terror activities to 69, media reports said. On Saturday, Saudi security forces rounded up Fatima Ramadan Balochi Murad along with her Saudi husband from an apartment in al-Naseem district,…

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‘Walls only lead to fall of civilisations, empires’

Jaipur:  US President Donald Trump has called for a strong barrier on the country’s southern border, the British government wants a “hard Brexit” with full immigration control, but history teaches us that civilisations only flourish with free movement of people and walls eventually lead to the downfall of even powerful empires, says a British academician.…

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Trump appoints Ajit Pai to head communications agency

New York; President Donald Trump has appointed Ajit Pai to head the powerful US communications regulatory agency, becoming the third Indian American picked for key positions in his administration. Pai, 44, will be the Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the federal authority regulating cellphone spectrum and services, radio, television, phone, internet and satellite…

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Facebook addiction actually lies in your genes

London:  Are you anxious that your kid is hooked to social networking sites or busy playing video games throughout the night? You now have another reason to blame for the growing addiction: Genes. According to researchers from King’s College London, online media use such as social networking, instant messaging and playing games for entertainment and…

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6,000-year-old cemetery unearthed in China

Xi’an:  A 6,000-year-old cemetery has been unearthed in China’s Shaanxi province, archaeologists said. The cemetery, covering about 90,000 sq.metres, is located near the Yangguanzhai ruins, which belonged to a late Neolithic culture called the Yangshao that originated on the middle reaches of the Yellow river and is considered the main precursor of Chinese civilisation, Xinhua…

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Former US President Bush hospitalised

Houston, Former US President George H.W. Bush was on Wednesday hospitalised here in Texas, his office chief of staff Jean Becker said. According to Becker, the 92-year-old who is in Methodist Hospital in the Texas Medical Centre here is in stable condition and “doing fine”. He is expected to go home in a couple of…

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Theresa May makes clear: Britain will leave single market

London, Jan 17 (IANS) British Prime Minister Theresa May, in a long-awaited Brexit speech, confirmed on Tuesday that her country will leave the single market, media reports said. During her speech at Lancaster House, May said, Britain wants to remain “the best friend and neighbour” to European partner. “We do not seek membership of the…

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