Guterres calls for Security Council reform to prevent global 'great fracture'
"Our world is becoming unhinged," he warned as he urged far-reaching reform of the global institutions, from the political to the economic, highlighting what he said were inequalities spanning all areas.
Russia finds itself isolated over Ukraine war as ally Armenia flips to US
As Russian President Vladimir Putin finds himself increasingly isolated from the world over his invasion of Ukraine, launched in February last year, even countries that separated from the USSR and still remained an ally are reconsidering their relationship, thus isolating the Russian President.
How Canada became a safe haven for wanted Indian gangsters
Sources said that gangsters residing in Canada exert a significant influence over criminal activities in India.
Not aiming to provoke India: Justin Trudeau
"The government of India needs to take this matter with utmost seriousness. We are doing just that... We are not looking to provoke or escalate," Trudeau said in the morning briefing before the House of Commons started.
People above age 65 urged to take top-up boosters as Covid rises in UK
People aged 65 and over in England are being urged to get a top-up booster vaccine against Covid at a time when more people are coming into hospitals with the highly-mutated BA.2.86 virus, reports the BBC.
Indian-origin man tries to sue Australian hospital after watching wife's C-section
Anil Koppula said the Royal Women's Hospital in Melbourne "encouraged" or "permitted" him to observe the delivery, which caused him "psychotic illness" after he watched his wife's organs and blood, Australia's 7News channel reported.
Pakistan rejects reports of secret arms deal with Ukraine, terms it baseless, fabricated
A statement issued by the Pakistan Foreign office said the country stands by its policy of strict neutrality in the Russia-Ukraine dispute.
US 'deeply concerned' over Canada's allegations on Nijjar's killing
According to a report in ABC NEWS, White House National Security Council spokesperson Adrienne Watson in a statement said, "We are deeply concerned about the allegations referenced by Prime Minister Trudeau earlier today."
India expels Canadian diplomat, citing interference concerns
The High Commissioner of Canada to India (Cameron Mackay) received summons on Tuesday during which the Government of India conveyed its decision to expel a senior Canadian diplomat currently stationed in the country. The concerned diplomat has been officially instructed to depart from India within the next five days, a statement issued by the external affairs ministry said.
'Absurd, motivated': India rejects Canada's allegations over killing of Khalistani terrorist
Terming them as "absurd and motivated" the external affairs ministry in a statement said, "We have seen and reject the statement of the Canadian Prime Minister in their Parliament, as also the statement by their Foreign Minister. Allegations of Government of India's involvement in any act of violence in Canada are absurd and motivated."