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Pakistan confirms putting Dawood Ibrahim”s name in new terror sanctions list

Islamabad: Days after including India”s most wanted terrorist Dawood Ibrahim on its new sanctions list, Pakistan on Sunday tried to wriggle out of its admission on his presence in the country by claiming that its notifications about the 88 banned terror groups and their leaders were based on the details provided by the UN.


Trump campaign releases first commercial for Indian-Americans featuring PM Modi

Washington: Aiming to woo the influential Indian-American voters numbering over 2 million, the Trump campaign has released its first video commercial that has short clips from Prime Minister ”s speeches and US President ”s historic address in Ahmedabad.


London: A sprawling mansion in the heart of London which was presented as a marital home to Maharaja Duleep Singh’s son, Prince Victor Albert Jay Duleep Singh, has gone on sale as a modern refurbished family house with a price tag of 15.5 million pounds.


TikTok”s parent company to launch legal action against US over ban

Beijing: Chinese firm ByteDance, which owns video-sharing platform TikTok, said on Sunday it will file a lawsuit against the US government over President ”s executive order banning American transactions with the popular app while preparing plan to shut down its business in the country.


Sharif an ”absconder”, UK approached for his extradition: PM aide
Islamabad/Lahore: The Pakistan government has declared former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, currently in London for treatment, an “absconder” and approached the UK government for his extradition.


New COVID-19 cluster at Singapore”s biggest dormitory

Singapore: A new COVID-19 cluster has been reported in Singapore”s biggest dormitory housing foreign workers, including Indian nationals, about a month after it was declared to be fully cleared of the coronavirus.


China successfully launches new optical remote-sensing satellite

Beijing: China successfully launched a new optical remote-sensing satellite from its Jiuquan Satellite Launch Centre in northwest China on Sunday. PTI NSA PMS

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