Pakistan on Thursday accused India of interfering in the country's internal affairs and claimed that New Delhi was involved in financing terror activities in the region.
Pakistan on Thursday urged India to respect the importance of Jinnah House in Mumbai which a BJP legislator said should be demolished.
Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit the US next week for his first meeting with President Donald Trump, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang announced on Thursday.
A group of US scientists have predicted that 31 to 67 percent of Southern California beaches could be severely damaged due to rising sea levels by 2100, a new study has revealed.
Even as China is firmly entrenched in Sri Lanka's Hambantota port, the island nation has three other major ports -- Colombo, Trincomalee and Kankesanthurai -- where India could collaborate for development, a Sri Lankan Minister has said.
North Korea could be preparing for a new type of nuclear test, a South Korean defence official said on Thursday.
A federal judge in Hawaii granted the state's request for a longer-term halt of President Donald Trump's revised travel ban, a media report said.
Astronaut Peggy Whitson is set to surpass Indian-origin astronaut Sunita Williams' record for the most spacewalks by a female astronaut when Whitson goes on her eighth spacewalk on Thursday, NASA said.
Ivanka Trump, the elder daughter of US President Donald Trump, is becoming an official government employee. She is joining her husband, Jared Kushner, as an unpaid adviser to her father in the White House, a statement said.
The European Union will take stricter measures on the import of meat from Brazil, an EU official has said here.
A South Korean court here on Thursday began a hearing to decide whether to arrest former President Park Geun-hye, a media report said.
Twelve people were killed and three others injured in a traffic accident when a church bus and a pickup truck collided in Texas state of US on Wednesday.
The aftermath of tropical Cyclone Debbie in Australia on Thursday has continued to cause chaos, with extreme weather conditions continuing throughout much of the state of Queensland.
A total of 88 Myanmar fishermen, who were detained in India for violating the country's law, were sent home through diplomatic channel, a media report said on Thursday.