Mullah Baradar, Taliban founder Omar's trusted aide, is insurgent group's political chief and public face
While Haibatullah Akhundzada is the Taliban’s overall leader, Baradar is its political chief and most public face. Western diplomats have hitherto viewed him as the most resistant to ISI control
Trump charged that Biden's climate plan was an "economic disaster" for oil states such as Texas and Oklahoma.
The agreement is part of US President Donald Trump's Operation Warp Speed vaccine programme, under which multiple COVID-19 vaccines are being developed
Donald Trump tells news channel he will announce new restrictions on visas for foreign workers in two days
Asked if there would be exclusions from the new restrictions, Trump said very few.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Two studies that showed Hydroxychloroquine's negative effects on COVID-19 patients are being called into question
The study conducted on around 10,000 people tie the malaria drugs to a higher risk of death in hospitalized patients with the virus.
Zuckerberg says that Facebook had conducted a thorough review and was right to leave the posts unchallenged
US President Donald Trump holds call with US internet, mobile phone providers as millions work from home
FCC has said US networks are performing well and has granted temporary access to additional spectrum blocks to help providers manage traffic.
Known as "Mr Clutch," West was an All-Star in all of his 14 seasons with the Lakers, helping the team reach the NBA Finals nine times.
Daily Bulletin: Modi in Japan for G-20 Summit; verdict on Maratha quota expected; Amit Shah to review security situation in Kashmir; day's top stories
Modi reaches Japan for G-20 Summit; Indore BJP MLA arrested for beating official sent for judicial custody; HC verdict on Maratha quota to be out today; top stories for the day
US President Donald Trump had a war of words with US women's football player Megan Rapinoe after she claimed that she would never visit Trump's White House
World Refugee Day tomorrow: UN report says 71 million displaced globally due to war, persecution and other violence
A record of 71 million people have been displaced worldwide from war, persecution and other violence, the United Nations refugee agency said Wednesday
India to work with Iran for facilitating rupee trade, not to violate any international law: Suresh Prabhu
Iran is India's third-largest oil supplier behind Iraq and Saudi Arabia.
North Korea condemns latest US sanctions on senior officials, says measures may 'block path to denuclearisation'
The warning from the North on Sunday came days after the US said it was imposing sanctions on three senior North Korean officials over human rights abuses. The sanctioned officials include Choe Ryong Hae, who has been considered a right-hand man to leader Kim Jong-un.
From April through May, nearly 2,000 children were separated from their parents, according to DHS.
US should not be planet's 'economic policeman', says France finance minister after Washington's new sanctions on Iran
Finance minister Bruno le Maire said it will be difficult for french firms to stay in Iran after the new sanctions imposed by the US. France oil group Total and car maker PSA have already indicated they are unlikely to stay in the country, while Renault has said it will remain despite the sanctions.
Donald Trump terms as 'unfair' high import tariff on Harley-Davidson motorcycles, threatens to impose 'reciprocal tax'
Trump, during a discussion with members of the Congress over steel industry, also threatened to increase the tariff on import of Indian motorcycles to the US.
NSA's internet surveillance program advances as years-long effort by privacy advocates falls short by one vote
The bill allows the NSA to eavesdrop on information from foreigners living outside the US via American companies
'Rap God' Eminem took massive hits at Donald Trump at the BET Awards, which were held on on 10 October. Celebrities praised the rapper on Twitter.
Relations have been strained by Trump's criticism of China's handling of North Korea and its trade policies
Microsoft argues that the US government's gag-ordered searches of Microsoft accounts violates the constitutional right to free speech.