Polling officers sit inside an election training center on the eve of the state election in New Delhi recently. (Reuters)
BRUSSELS: Britain wants a change in the rules for the free movement of people across the EU as it braces for a possible influx of Bulgarians and Romanians, Home Secretary Theresa May will tell Euro
DHAKA: Bangladesh’s former military dictator Hussain Muhammad Ershad threatened to kill himself Thursday after security forces besieged his home following his decision to boycott next month&
BAMAKO: Twenty-one bodies were found overnight Tuesday in a mass grave near Bamako, believed to be the remains of soldiers close to Mali’s ousted President Amadou Toumani Toure, officials said.
BOSTON: Young Americans are unhappy with virtually every major thing President Barack Obama has done since he was re-elected, but they would still vote for him today, according to the results of a Har
BEIJING: US Vice President Joe Biden told Chinese President Xi Jinping Wednesday that their countries’ relationship will affect “the course of the 21st century” as he tried to ease tensions over
BEIJING: British Prime Minister David Cameron faced demands Wednesday for the return of priceless artefacts looted from Beijing in the 19th century, on the last day of his visit to China.
VIENNA: Thieves in Mexico have stolen a truck carrying “extremely dangerous” radioactive material used in medical treatment, the UN atomic watchdog said Wednesday.
BRUSSELS: Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Wednesday accused NATO of interfering in Ukrainian affairs, saying he did not understand why it felt it had the right to do so.
NEW DELHI: Millions of residents of India’s capital lined up Wednesday to cast their ballots in city polls that are expected to serve as an indication of how Indians will vote in next year’s natio
DHAKA: Opposition activists killed three people when they derailed a train in Bangladesh Wednesday as part of a campaign against elections scheduled for next month, officials said.
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