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Surveillance photos show Russia supplying weapons to Ukrainian separatists: US

The United States on Sunday released what it said was evidence that Russia had supplied weapons... »

UN Secuirty Council calls for humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza

The UN Security Council has agreed on a statement calling for “an immediate and unconditional hu... »

Obama calls for immediate, unconditional ceasefire in Gaza

US President, Barack Obama, telephoned Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, and called fo... »

Malaysia Airlines to change name to boost reputation

Reeling under the pressure of two catastrophic aviation tragedies, Malaysia Airlines is mulling... »

US asks Russia to stop flow of heavy weapons into strife-torn Ukraine

The US has asked Russia to stop the flow of heavy weapons like rocket launchers and artillery fr... »

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WTO chief calls for meeting today to break deadlock

Discussion on trade facilitation pact to resume if there is consensus
To resolve the impasse in the ongoing trade talks, World Trade Organisation Director General... »

International

Nissan quarterly net profit up 37% on robust US, China sales

Nissan Motor Co said on Monday its net profit for the April-to-June quarter rose 37 per cent yea... »

International

‘Chances of police visiting MH17 crash site not good’

The chances of Dutch and Australian police reaching the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight M... »

WTO chief calls for meeting today to break deadlock

To resolve the impasse in the ongoing trade talks, World Trade Organisation Director General Roberto Azevedo, has called a meeting of all member group co-ordinators on Tuesday. WTO spok... »

‘Chances of police visiting MH17 crash site not good’

The chances of Dutch and Australian police reaching the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 are not good, and the effort could take days, a senior Australian official said today.An... »

China begins trial production of world’s largest amphibious aircraft

Trial production of the TA600 amphibious aircraft, intended to be the world’s largest, has started in China and is expected to undertake its maiden flight next year, a company executive said today... »

Israel resumes Gaza military offensive after Hamas rocket attacks

Israel resumed its military offensive in the Gaza Strip on Sunday, canceling a humanitarian ceasefire that was to have lasted until midnight, after Palestinian militants rejected an extension of t... »

Sushma Swaraj meets Nepalese counterpart

Looking at further expanding bilateral ties, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today held talks with her Nepalese counterpart Mahendra Bahadur Pandey here on a range of issues and resolved t... »

12-hour humanitarian ceasefire announced as Gaza death toll hits 865

Hamas and Israel will observe a 12-hour humanitarian ceasefire in the Gaza Strip beginning Saturday morning, as talks on a more durable ceasefire move to Paris. Pro-Hamas al-Aqsa televisi... »

Ukraine's PM resigns, complicating MH17 probe

Ukraine’s Prime Minister has resigned after his governing coalition collapsed, plunging the former Soviet state into political limbo as it struggles to quell a deadly rebellion in the east. <... »

Hackers try to extort European Central Bank after email theft

Hackers tried to extort money from the European Central Bank (ECB) after they stole about 20,000 email addresses from one of the bank’s databases, it said on Thursday. The hacking of the... »

Trouble at StanChart?

According to reports, some large investors were gunning for changes in top leadership positions. Banking giant Standard Chartered today scotched speculation about imminent changes in its top leadership due to “investor pressure”, even as reports suggested that Pakistani-origin Naguib Kheraj c... »

Many European airlines extend suspension of flights to Israel

Several leading European airlines today extended their suspension of flights to Israel amid concerns over the security situation there.German airlines Lufthansa and the second largest airli... »

Gaza death toll touches 700 amid talk of humanitarian truce

US is now top business place for investors: Obama

General Motors recalls 718,000 more vehicles in US

Bahrain introduces new visa policy for Indians

Daimler Q2 profit jump 12% on strong Mercedes-Benz car demand

MH17 black boxes to be sent to UK for analysis: Malaysia

Apple posts record net profit in Q3 on strong iPhone sales

Sochi costs, forex rates hit profits, says Swatch group

Nissan quarterly net profit up 37% on robust US, China sales

Nissan Motor Co said on Monday its net profit for the April-to-June quarter rose 37 per cent year-on-year, to ¥112 billion ($1.1 billion) due to strong global sales. Japan’s second-large... »

Court overturns Washington DC ban on guns in public

A federal judge has ruled that a ban on citizens carrying handguns in public in the US capital Washington DC is unconstitutional.In a 19-page opinion, Judge Frederick Scullin yesterday rule... »

Deal reached with rebels for access to MH17 site: Malaysian premier

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said on Sunday that an agreement has been reached with pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine to give international police access to the crash site of the downed M... »

Indian survivors recount horror of living in Gaza

For 35-year-old Lucknow native Abdul Rehman, his Ramzan fasts in Gaza were not broken by the call of the muezzin but with the deafening noise of bomb explosions. “Bombs were going off in... »

International aviation officials to hold talks on MH17 downing

World aviation officials will hold an emergency meeting to discuss the downing of Flight MH17 over Ukraine, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) announced today. The “spec... »

General Motors’ earnings plummet amid mass recalls

General Motors earnings has plummetted amid mass recalls related to the faulty ignition switches and other issues, the automaker said on Thursday. GM faces more than $400 million in comp... »

Wreckage of missing Algerian airliner found in Mali: Report

The wreckage of an Air Algerie plane missing since early today with 116 people on board has been found in Mali near the Burkina Faso border, an army coordinator in Ouagadougou said. “We h... »

Algerian plane AH5017 crashed in Mali: UN Representative

The missing Algerian plane went down in central Mali, a UN representative has said, contradicting earlier reports that it crashed in Niger. The plane crashed between Gao and Tessalit, Br... »

Hyundai Motor Q2 profit falls due to strong won

Hyundai Motor Co says its second quarter profit fell 7 per cent as the appreciation of South Korean currency diluted its overseas earnings.The South Korean automaker today said it earned $2... »

Taiwan airline suspects bad weather caused crash

Stormy weather on the trailing edge of Typhoon Matmo was the likely cause of a plane crash on a Taiwanese island that killed 48 people, the airline said today. The ATR-72 operated by Taiw... »

Canadian aviation giant Bombardier to cut 1,800 jobs

FAA lifts ban on flights to Israel

Boeing’s Q2 earnings rise 52% despite refuelling tanker problem

World Cup could not help Coca Cola’s bottom line

Outcry after British MP tweets he would fire rockets at Israel

Ban on US flights to Israel was for safety of Americans: John Kerry

Cloud computing boosts Microsoft Q4 revenue


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