Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, June 4 : Two Pakistani Army soldiers were killed during an exchange of fire with terrorists in the Bannu district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), ARY News reported, quoting the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).

BALASORE, India, June 4: The train derailment in eastern India that killed more than 300 people and injured hundreds more was caused by an error in the electronic signaling system that led a train to wrongly change tracks, India’s railways minister said Sunday.

SINGAPORE, June 4: US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin said Saturday it was "essential" to renew dialogue with China to avoid "misunderstandings" that could lead to a conflict between the two superpowers.

ISLAMABAD, June 3: The inflation rate soared to a new all-time high in Pakistan to 38 per cent in May, making it the highest in the region, according to The News International.

June 3: At least 233 people were killed and 900 were injured when two passenger trains collided in India's Odisha state, a government official said on Saturday, making the rail accident the country's deadliest in more than a decade.

At least 98 killed in violence in India's Manipur state

Published On: June 3, 2023 08:10 AM NPT By: Republica

NEW DELHI, June 3: At least 98 people have been killed and more than 300 injured over the past month in India's north-eastern state of Manipur since violence broke out there, confirmed a government official on Friday.

COLOMBO, June 1: Cash-strapped Sri Lanka on Thursday sharply cut interest rates for the first time since it last year crashed into its worst economic crisis, with the central bank saying the country was showing signs of recovery.

More than 1.2 mln people displaced by fighting in Sudan: UN

Published On: June 1, 2023 05:15 PM NPT By: Republica

UNITED NATIONS, June 1: In the six weeks since the Sudan conflict broke out, more than 1.2 million people were displaced from their homes, UN humanitarians said on Wednesday.

Islamabad, June 1: Pakistan's attempt to solve a debilitating foreign exchange deficit by purchasing energy from Iran could be in jeopardy as a terrorist attack close to their border has cast doubt on future accords, reported Nikkei Asia.

WASHINGTON, May 31: A NASA panel formed last year to study what the government calls "unidentified aerial phenomena," commonly termed UFOs, was due to hold its first public meeting on Wednesday, ahead of a report expected in coming weeks.