The Chinese president's statement comes as Beijing faces increasing pressure from Washington and its allies over human rights violations, Taiwan and Hong Kong
This was the second missions for Kate Rubins, and Sergei Ryzhikov Ryzhikov but first mission for Sergei Kud-Sverchkov.
Danish Renzu said The Illegal is dedicated to those who knew how "difficult is pursuing the American dream" and yet chose to never give up on that
'America ruled India for 200 years': Fresh off 'ripped jeans' row, Uttarakhand CM Tirath Singh Rawat makes fresh faux pas
He also created another flutter when he remarked on the amount of ration distributed during the COVID-19 lockdown. He said families with two members were jealous of those having 20 members since the latter benefited most from the government ration scheme
The study calculated 'ultimate military strength index' after taking into consideration various factors including budgets, number of inactive and active military personnel
Seth Jahn spoke against repeal of what was known as Policy 604-1, put in place in response to US women’s team star Megan Rapinoe kneeling in support of Colin Kaepernick.
The mighty US, aiming to win their fourth straight gold and 16th in total, will face the French at Saitama Stadium, north of the Japanese capital, on the first day of the basketball competition.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Wrestler Bajrang Punia takes break from social media to focus on preparation for Games
Punia will be seen in action in the UWW ranking series event — Matteo Pellicone in Italy from Thursday.
Twitter, Google, Facebook, Amazon the new sovereigns? Nation-states must collaborate and fight to retain the right to govern
The fact that these tech titans possess the kind of power that allows them to ‘cancel’ leaders of democracies or defy the decree of nation-states indicate that they are the neo-feudal tech oligarchs riding untrammeled power and wealth, mined mostly through exploitation of personal data.
"With this film, we hope to inspire many generations to come," Regina King said about her film Shirley in a statement.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Champions USA grouped with France Iran in men's basketball; hosts Japan join Spain
The US team are seeking their fourth consecutive men's basketball gold and 16th in total after seeing off Serbia for the title in Rio 2016 and the Spanish in London and Beijing in 2012 and 2008 respectively.
It is only a matter of decades, perhaps just years, before we see a continuous human presence on the Moon.
New Zealand's Corey Anderson announces retirement from international cricket, signs up with USA's Major League Cricket
Corey Anderson, who has played 13 Tests, 49 ODIs and 31 T20Is for New Zealand, didn't feature in any of Black Caps' assignment for the past two years.
The upcoming T20 tournament on the lines of hugely successful IPL will aim to capture the imagination of the significant South Asian diaspora.
Donald Trump is maligning the incoming Biden administration by reviving a German stab-in-the-back myth
The word Dolchstosslegende is hard to pronounce but important to understand. It translates as “stab-in-the-back myth” and was a key element in the revival of German militarism in the Weimar years
Nair, a former Ranji Trophy cricketer, was born in 1941 in Thalassery in Kerala. He picked 106 wickets in 42 first-class matches in a 12-year career spanning from 1957 to 1969.
Why anti-migrant rhetoric is all bluster, no action: Nudge and wink policy allows politicians, businessmen to reap benefits
For all the Right-wing anti-migrant rhetoric now popular in many parts of the world, economic imperatives are powering migration flows that no amount of rule-making or wall-building can prevent.
Asthma management: Blocking two immune system molecules can help prevent future attacks, suggests study
For the study, the researchers targeted two molecules: OX40L and CD30L. Both of these are signalling proteins that can activate T cells when the body is exposed to an allergen and hence lead to inflammation
While the protests have not been violent or particularly large, local officials said they were concerned about the relentless accusations.
The Soviet station Mir, launched in 1986, was the first to be built with a core to which other modules were added later.