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India in 'regular consultation' with countries over Afghan peace process: MEA

NEW DELHI: India said on Thursday that it is closely following the Afghan peace talks between the US, China, Russia and Pakistan with the Taliban and is in "regular consultation" with the "active players" on the issue.

Taliban storm Afghan hotel, 10 killed

KABUL: At least 10 persons were killed after a group of Taliban fighters stormed a hotel in Afghanistan's Badghis province on Saturday, leading to a gunfight with the security forces, an official said.

Al Qaeda asks Kashmiri mujahideen to deal blows to Indian Army

NEW DELHI:  Al Qaeda chief Ayman Al-Zawahiri has released a 14-minute video titled "Don't forget Kashmir" in which he asks 'mujahideen' in Kashmir to hit the Indian Army with "unrelenting blows".

Mathews did fantastic job with ball: Karunaratne

CHESTER LE STREET:  Sri Lanka captain Dimuth Karunaratne was mighty pleased with Angelo Mathews who picked up the crucial wicket of Nicolas Pooran and helped his side register a 23-run win in a nervy World Cup encounter at Riverside Ground on Monday.

US Senate urges helping India develop capabilities as major defence partner

NEW YORK: The US Senate has urged the government to "strengthen and enhance its major defence partnership with India" and help develop its capabilities.

Kohli joins Smith in elite World Cup list

BIRMINGHAM: Indian skipper Virat Kohli scored yet another half-century in the ongoing World Cup during his side's 31-run loss to England at Edgbaston.

US Hindu American Foundation honours activists for Kashmiri Pandit rights

WASHINGTON: The Hindu American Foundation (HAF) has honoured three activists for espousing the rights of Kashmiri Pandits with the 2019 Award for Advancement of Hindu Human Rights.

55 nations back India for non-permanent UNSC seat

NEW YORK:  In a major diplomatic win, India's candidature for a non-permanent seat at the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has been unanimously endorsed by the Asia Pacific group of 55 countries including China and Pakistan.

Drug use increased 30% in India in last decade: Report

VIENNA: The United Nation's latest report on drug use revealed a 30 per cent increase on 2009 with regards to the consumption of narcotics with some 35 million people worldwide suffering from drug disorders, thanks to in-depth surveys conducted in India and Nigeria.

Play fearless cricket in remaining games: Akhtar tells Pak

LONDON:  Pleased with Pakistan's convincing win over South Africa in their crucial World Cup fixture, former speedster Shoaib Akhtar is hoping that Sarfaraz Ahmed and the boys play fearless cricket in the remaining games and make it to the semi-finals.

'Troops withdrawal key to progress in Afghan peace talks'

KABUL:  The US and Taliban negotiators are expected to reach some sort of a conclusion on a timetable for troop withdrawal as well as intra-Afghan talks in the next round of the peace talks on June 29, two former members of the Taliban has said.

We're alive and kicking, says Pakistan head coach

LONDON:  Mickey Arthur believes Pakistan's win over South Africa in their crucial World Cup fixture will shut some people for a while who went all guns blazing at his team post their defeat against India.

Cricket is a great teacher, says Virat Kohli

SOUTHAMPTON: Indian skipper Virat Kohli is undoubtedly one of the modern day greats when it comes to the game of cricket. He has smashed almost every record and has led the national team to many historic victories under his leadership.

China says Taliban leader was in Beijing

BEIJING:  China on Thursday said that one of the top leaders of the Taliban was in Beijing to discuss the Afghan peace process and issue of terrorism with its officials.

India cautions against hasty US peace deal with Taliban

UNITED NATIONS: As a new round of negotiations between the US and the Taliban is to start in Qatar, India has cautioned against a hasty deal with the terror group that is dictated by a Washington timeline rather than the best interests of Afghanistan.

Bhuvneshwar out for next 2-3 games, confirms Kohli

MANCHESTER:  Indian pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who suffered a hamstring injury against Pakistan, will be sidelined for a maximum of three games in the ongoing World Cup, skipper Virat Kohli has confirmed.

7th round of US-Taliban peace talks next week in Doha

KABUL: The seventh round of peace talks between US negotiators and Taliban members will take place next week in Doha, sources said, adding that this time, the two sides are likely to agree on one or two of the four key issues under debate, the media reported.

382 IMA cadets join Army after Passing out Parade

DEHRADUN: A total of 382 cadets were commissioned into the Army after a Passing out Parade at the Indian Military Academy (IMA) in Dehradun on Saturday.

Fans want Dhoni to keep Army insignia on gloves

NEW DELHI: A controversy has erupted after former Indian skipper M.S. Dhoni was seen sporting an Army insignia on his wicket-keeping gloves in the ongoing World Cup.

Dhoni in England for cricket, not Mahabharata: Pak minister

NEW DELHI: A Pakistan Minister has hit out at Indian cricketer M.S. Dhoni for sporting an Army insignia on his wicket-keeping gloves during the ongoing World Cup in England and Wales.


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