ST. PETERSBURG, Mar 17: Russia’s government is expelling 23 British diplomats and threatened further measures in retaliation in a growing diplomatic dispute over a nerve agent attack on a former spy in Britain.
We all know start our meal preparation by washing our hands, to use a separate chopping board for raw meat and an antibacterial cleaner on surfaces. But there are some things we do that still put us at risk of food poisoning and spreads germs in the kitchen.
Archaeologists have uncovered new evidence that indicate that early humans were behaving more sophisticatedly, even involved in trading around 100,000 years earlier than previously thought. Experts also believe that dramatic climatic shifts in East Africa may have driven early humans to make rapid advances in developing tools and trade networks.
NEW DELHI, Mar 16: The Islami Sangh Nepal (ISN), a Kathmandu-based organisation, has come under the scanner of Indian intelligence agencies for allegedly providing sanctuary to fugitive Indian terrorists.
AMBALA, Mar 14:Students of SRM College of Technical Education here on Tuesday smashed glasses and window panes of cars, blocked the Chandigarh-Naraingarh road for two hours and pelted stones at the police after a 19-year-old student allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself on the college premises.
Mar 14: Fears are growing of a possible war with Russia over the poisoning of an ex-spy and his daughter after the Russian embassy warned the British government against taking “punitive” measures in its most defiant message yet. But could World War 3 break out over the attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia?
WASHINGTON, Mar 14: The State Department had billed Secretary Rex Tillerson's first diplomatic trip to Africa as a mission to reaffirm U.S. collaboration with the continent on counterterrorism, development and good governance.
TEHRAN, March 13: A Turkish private jet flying a group of young women from the United Arab Emirates to Istanbul crashed Sunday in heavy rain in a mountainous region of Iran, killing all 11 people on board, authorities said.
March 12: Volkswagen vehicles recalled and fixed after the worldwide "dieselgate" emissions cheating scandal are using more fuel and still failing pollution tests, according to a study by Australia's peak motoring body released Monday.