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UN, Britain to co-host global climate summit on 12 December to mark fifth anniversary of Paris Agreement
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UN, Britain to co-host global climate summit on 12 December to mark fifth anniversary of Paris Agreement

This summit is intended to increase momentum ahead of the United Nations Climate Change COP 26 to be held in Glasgow in November 2021.

Formula 1: British GP could go ahead in July despite government's quarantine restrictions
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Formula 1: British GP could go ahead in July despite government's quarantine restrictions

Formula One is working to put on a British Grand Prix in July even if the country imposes quarantine measures on visitors during the COVID-19 crisis, F1 sources said on Sunday.

As tensions rise in Kashmir again, why the continued conflict between India, Pak and China is unlikely to resolve any issues
India

As tensions rise in Kashmir again, why the continued conflict between India, Pak and China is unlikely to resolve any issues

The fighting has escalated again in Kashmir. Last Saturday night, two officers and two jawans of the Indian Army and a police sub-inspector were killed in militant violence in Handwara in Kashmir. A day later, three men of the Central Reserve Police Force died in another attack in the same area.

Partition was a historic swindle that India, Pakistan and Bangladesh must see through; steps to undo British wrongdoing necessary
India

Partition was a historic swindle that India, Pakistan and Bangladesh must see through; steps to undo British wrongdoing necessary

A historical united people’s struggle led by patriotic, modern-minded leaders, like Mustafa Kemal of Turkey or the leaders of Japan after the Meiji Restoration, will be required for bringing about a transformation to lift India from the ranks of underdeveloped to developed countries

Hong Kong plunges into first recession since global financial crisis; protests, trade war take toll on financial hub
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Hong Kong plunges into first recession since global financial crisis; protests, trade war take toll on financial hub

Clashes between protesters hurling bricks and petrol bombs at police wielding tear gas and rubber bullets have become a weekly occurrence, hammering Hong Kong's once-solid reputation for stability and safety.

Hong Kong democracy activists challenge emergency law in court which bans masks ahead of Halloween rally
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Hong Kong democracy activists challenge emergency law in court which bans masks ahead of Halloween rally

Hong Kong democracy activists went to court on Thursday to challenge an emergency law that bans protesters from wearing masks, as demonstrators vowed to use Halloween parties to defy the restrictions once more

Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam announces ban on protesters wearing face masks, invokes emergency powers in bid to end unrest
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Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam announces ban on protesters wearing face masks, invokes emergency powers in bid to end unrest

Hong Kong's leader announced a ban Friday on protesters wearing face masks, invoking colonial-era emergency powers, in a bid to quell months of violent anti-government unrest

Hong Kong to discuss emergency laws including banning of face masks at rallies ahead of planned weekend protests
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Hong Kong to discuss emergency laws including banning of face masks at rallies ahead of planned weekend protests

Hong Kong’s government is expected to discuss sweeping emergency laws on Friday that would include banning face masks at protests

Hong Kong protesters clash with police over the shooting of 18-year-old student as months of demonstrations show no sign of letting up
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Hong Kong protesters clash with police over the shooting of 18-year-old student as months of demonstrations show no sign of letting up

Hong Kong anti-government demonstrators clashed with police into the early hours of Thursday, venting their anger over a policeman’s shooting and wounding of a teenager earlier in the week

Mohandas Gandhi, 150 years after his birth, is still an elusive miracle waiting to be seized
Life

Mohandas Gandhi, 150 years after his birth, is still an elusive miracle waiting to be seized

Gandhi remains as independence left him – a consecrated miracle impossible to access, let alone replicate; everywhere, but nowhere.

Hong Kong protesters stage sit-in outside school of 18-year-old who was shot by police during protests on Tuesday
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Hong Kong protesters stage sit-in outside school of 18-year-old who was shot by police during protests on Tuesday

Hundreds of Hong Kongers staged a sit-in on Wednesday outside the school of a protester who was shot by police as authorities said the wounded 18-year-old was now in a stable condition

Hong Kong Police shoots teen in chest during protests on China's 70th anniversary; youth taken to hospital
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Hong Kong Police shoots teen in chest during protests on China's 70th anniversary; youth taken to hospital

Hong Kong police shot a protester at close range in the chest Tuesday, leaving the teenager bleeding and howling on the ground.

Chiranjeevi, Amitabh Bachchan open up about Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy in interview hosted by Farhan Akhtar
Entertainment

Chiranjeevi, Amitabh Bachchan open up about Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy in interview hosted by Farhan Akhtar

Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy, starring Chiranjeevi and Amitabh Bachchan, is bankrolled by Ram Charan's Konidela Production Company.

Adivasis and the Indian State: Tribals' philosophy of collectivism is humanity's best chance to end cycle of exploitation
India

Adivasis and the Indian State: Tribals' philosophy of collectivism is humanity's best chance to end cycle of exploitation

It is the Adivasi philosophy of collectivism, being one with the nature and all its elements, which will ultimately end the cycle of exploitation

AgustaWestland case: Delhi court dismisses Christian Michel's bail plea, calls accusations against middleman serious
India

AgustaWestland case: Delhi court dismisses Christian Michel's bail plea, calls accusations against middleman serious

Delhi court on Saturday dismissed Christian Michel's bail plea citing serious accusations against him in AugustaWestland case.

Boris Johnson promises Brexit on 31 October 'under any circumstances', blames Opposition for forcing delay
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Boris Johnson promises Brexit on 31 October 'under any circumstances', blames Opposition for forcing delay

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that he would not ask the EU to delay Brexit beyond 31 October.

Andy Murray 'quite close' to playing singles matches again, says best-case scenario could be return at Cincinnati Masters
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Andy Murray 'quite close' to playing singles matches again, says best-case scenario could be return at Cincinnati Masters

Three-time Grand Slam champion Andy Murray says he is quite close to being able to play singles matches and a best-case scenario could see it happen at Cincinnati in two weeks.

Boris Johnson likely to be declared UK’s next PM today; Conservative leader faces Brexit crisis amid thin majority in Parliament
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Boris Johnson likely to be declared UK’s next PM today; Conservative leader faces Brexit crisis amid thin majority in Parliament

Boris Johnson is set to win the race on Tuesday to become Britain's next prime minister, charged with resolving the Brexit impasse and the high-stakes tanker crisis with Iran

Daily Bulletin: Karnataka Speaker says floor test will be done by 6 pm today; Trump offers to mediate on Kashmir issue; day's top stories
India

Daily Bulletin: Karnataka Speaker says floor test will be done by 6 pm today; Trump offers to mediate on Kashmir issue; day's top stories

Karnataka Speaker adjourns House on third day of trust vote debate, assures floor test by 6 pm today; SC hearing today over NRC case to re-verify and extend deadline; day's top stories