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Mar 23, 2018
New loan scam brews: Uttarakhand Coop Bank's Rs 165-cr NPAs in loans for liquor contracts, kin of board membersMassive irregularities have emerged in the operations of the Uttarakhand State Cooperative Bank Limited (USCB), ranging from lending for liquor contracts to doling out loans to relatives of board members without any collateral
Mar 19, 2018
Syrian president Bashar al-Assad visits battle-scarred Eastern Ghouta, hails troops' assault to oust rebelsSyria's president Bashar al-Assad on Sunday paid a first visit in years to battered Eastern Ghouta to congratulate his troops for a gruelling assault to oust rebels from near Damascus
Mar 18, 2018
Turkish forces in control of Syria's Afrin city; no clashes between pro-Ankara forces, Kurdish groupsThe journalists in Afrin saw Ankara-backed Syrian Arab fighters and Turkish soldiers in every neighbourhood of the city.
Mar 16, 2018
Jim Mattis defends 'limited' US support to Saudi-led forces in Yemen, urges lawmakers to not place restrictionsDefense Secretary Jim Mattis defended US military support to Saudi Arabian-led coalition forces in Yemen on Thursday as he explained a personal appeal to lawmakers who are considering whether to end Washington’s involvement in the devastating conflict
Mar 12, 2018
Jammu & Kashmir govt sacks state finance minister Haseeb Drabu for his 'Kashmir is not a political issue' commentOn 10 March, speaking at an event themed ‘Kashmir: the way forward', Drabu asked the people to “introspect” over the nature and origins of the situation in the state
Mar 11, 2018
Syria conflict: More than 1,000 civilians dead in Eastern Ghouta since 18 Feb; govt forces isolate rebel town DuomaSyrian regime forces continued their offensive against Eastern Ghouta on Sunday, a day after they cut off the rebel-held enclave's largest town.
Mar 10, 2018
Jammu and Kashmir: SC order preventing police probe against Indian Army follows Centre's policy of 17 yearsThe Supreme Court's recent stoppage of a Jammu and Kashmir Police investigation into the death of three people by the Indian Army in Shopian district is in line with the Central government's refusal over the last 17 years to allow prosecution of soldiers in 50 cases
Mar 08, 2018
Sri Lanka returns to throes of sectarian conflict: India would be well advised to help douse the flamesWhat is fairly certain is that conflicts between the Sinhala and Muslim communities in Sri Lanka will likely become India’s business if matters get worse.
Mar 03, 2018
Benjamin Netanyahu in US: Israeli PM to meet 'true friend' Donald Trump amid rising pressure over corruption chargesIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will have a brief respite next week from the deluge of legal woes he faces when he heads to Washington to meet US President Donald Trump
Mar 02, 2018
As Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu battles bribery charges, here is what the future may hold in store for himIsraeli police on 13 February recommended that the 68-year-old, four-term prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu be indicted for bribery in two cases. On Friday, he was questioned in connection with a third investigation