Hong Kong authorities arrest 53 opposition leaders under the national security law as China escalates crackdown on pro-democracy camp
53 elected pro-democracy officials and activists arrested in Hong Kong their participation in an unofficial primary election last year
Pro-Beijing administration in Hong Kong disqualifies four pro-democracy legislators, other lawmakers threaten to resign
National People’s Congress Standing Committee passed a resolution to disqualify those legislators who support independence of Hong Kong
Chinese President Xi Jinping keeps coughing violently during speech, fuels speculations about coronavirus infection
The Chinese President was speaking at an event marking the 40th anniversary of the establishment of the Shenzhen Economic Zone.
Hong Kong pro-democracy protester carries Indian flag during Chinese National Day protests because India is fighting China
“Because India is fighting China. So India is my friend!” the pro-democracy protester carrying Indian flag in Hong Kong said
Danish Pension Fund blacklists China, to pull out investments worth €54 million over human rights violations
Danish pension fund AkademikerPension pulling out its investments from China due to suppressing dissenting voices &violating human rights
Xinjiang connection, supporting police brutalities: Read why Hong Kong activists are calling for the boycott of Disney’s ‘Mulan’
Disney is facing the heat on social media platforms for filming the movie 'Mulan' in Xinjiang, with support of Chinese Communist authorities who are persecuting millions of Uighurs in the region.
Hong Kong: Pro-democracy media leader Jimmy Lai arrested under China’s new ‘national security law’, may face a long prison sentence
Reportedly, Jimmy Lai may face a prison sentence from 10 years up to life, if found guilty of 'collusion with foreign forces' by the Chinese Communist regime.
Chinese virologist who fled Hong Kong claims China and WHO adviser knew about the virus long before they made it public
Chinese virologist Li-Meng Yan claimed that China was well-aware coronavirus and its virulence long before it said it did
After India banned them over privacy concerns, TikTok claims it will pull out of Hong Kong due to ‘new Chinese law’
TikTok has claimed it will pull out of Hong Kong as sharing user data is against its policy.
Just because a law does not contain special provisions for every conceivable disadvantaged group does not make it discriminatory.
The Keystone XL pipeline and why Joe Biden’s executive order has riled up Canada and fears of job loss
On Friday, US President Joe Biden will make his first call with Justin Trudeau on Friday and discuss the issue of keystone pipeline.
North Korea raised concerns on human right violations in Australia during the universal period review at the UN Human Rights Council
NCB busts drug racket based out of Pakistan and Sri Lanka after seizing heroin worth Rs 1,000 crore from a boat
NCB and the Indian Coast Guard had intercepted a vessel near the Tuticorin Port and found 95.87 kg of heroin in November 2020
Tamil YouTube channel reporter harasses Brahmin women and peddles caste hatred; Indu Makkal Katchi to file a complaint on the incident
A reporter of a Tamil YouTube channel Red Pix was seen harassing a woman and peddling caste hatred against Brahmin people
President of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, has expressed his gratitude towards India and Prime Minister Modi for vaccine exports from our country.
Rajdeep Sardesai ‘baffled’ by India Today survey that shows Modi govt winning a sweeping majority if elections held today: Details
Taking to Twitter, Sardesai said that he was 'baffled' to see that despite the economic hardships resulted by the pandemic, Indians still love the Modi government.
#BanSportsTak: Netizens angry after India Today owned sports channel claims Virat Kohli suffers from ‘disorder’
"It is a disorder for a captain to (be as aggressive as Virat Kohli). It might be acceptable for a player to have this aggression (but nor for a captain)," the journalist claimed.
Vir Sanghvi published a column about the ‘shameful persecution’ of Munawar Faruqui and the ‘bogus controversy’ around Tandav
Recently, Navika Kumar said that when Arnab left Time Now, she had his shoes to fill. However, Arnab gives a befitting reply.
Pakistan ‘successfully’ test-fires missile injuring people, destroying houses in civil area, say Baloch leaders
Contrary to claims of Pakistani Army's successful tests of Shaheen-III Missile, several reports coming from Pakistan suggests that the test carried out by Pakistan was a massive failure as the missile landed in a civilian area in Balochistan destroying several houses and injuring civilians