Here is how even before Rahul Gandhi says something silly, he has already managed to spread fake news
This morning, when he woke up in the night, Rahul Gandhi achieved a geopolitical breakthrough. He glued the 2 Koreas into one.
South Korea had earlier alleged North Korea of killed its official and set his body on fire while he was trying to allegedly defect to the North Korea.
South Korea reports spike in Coronavirus cases after a cluster of cases linked to church emerge in Seoul
The origin of 23 cases out of 35 cases in South Korea was linked to 11 churches in Incheon and two churches in Gyeonggi province.
D10: Britain proposes new alliance of 10 democracies including India, South Korea, Australia and G7 nations to break China’s monopoly on 5G technology
The United Kingdom aims to create an alternative suppliers of 5G technology and other technologies to by forming the D10 group
No suspicious activity detected in North Korea, says South Korea amidst rumours that Kim Jong Un is brain-dead post-surgery
Kim Jong-un had recently missed the celebration of his grandfather's birthday on 15 April raising speculations and rumours about his health conditions.
Why Coronavirus suspects ‘escaping’ hospitals is a worry. Here is how just 1 person caused massive spread in South Korea
Escaping patients who tested positive for coronavirus pose a grave threat of touching off a spiralling public health crisis in the country
South Korea: Christian sect with secret religious practises spread coronavirus across the country, criminal charges to be filed against the cult
Shincheonji Church of Jesus to be criminaly charged in South Korea for spreading coronavirus, head of church apologises
'Was it good? I don't know" said US President Donald Trump while rubbishing the Academy Awards jury for awarding South Korean movie 'Parasite' Best movie award.
All you need to know about Indian Army’s first Para Commando Lt. Col. AG Rangaraj who is being honoured as Korean War Hero
Lt Colonel AG Rangaraj will be awarded as the Korean War Hero for the month of July 2020 by South Korea
South Korea: After leaning the bible and how to evangelise, over 100,000 ‘graduate’ from Shincheonji Church of Jesus
Over 50,000 seminaries were present at the ceremony while the rest of the seminaries across Korea and other nations attended the programme via a live stream.
Maharashtra minister Jitendra Awhad, NCP corporator Ashraf Shanu Pathan and other NCP leaders organise protest against France in Mumbra
Senior leaders of the NCP, which is part of the ruling alliance in Maharashtra, have come out openly in protests against France
The 16-year-old Dalit victim girl had set herself on fire by pouring kerosene after DYFI member Manu Manoj had raped her
Radical Muslim social media users trend hashtags in support Raza Academy after the radical organisation received severe backlash for its anti-France campaign
Raza Academy had launched a campaign against France, asking Islamic countries to issue Fatwa against French for 'Islamophobia'
Muslims hold placards with picture of French President with a footprint over his face during anti-France protest near the French consulate in Kolkata
Apart from Kolkata, Muslims in various other cities have joined their religious counterparts worldwide to protest against France
Kamal Nath calls me a dog, yes, I will attack the person who wants to harm the public: Jyotiraditya Scindia opens front against Kamal...
The by-poll is considered as an opportunity for Jyotiraditya Scindia to emerge as a formidable leader in the BJP camp.
Tauseef, who was harassing and forcing Nikita to convert to Islam, decided to kill her after watching web series ‘Mirzapur’: Report
During the interrogation, the accused Tauseef confessed to the police officials that he was inspired by the character of 'Munna' in the Mirzapur webseries.
As Pakistan minister admits role in Pulwama attack, Rajdeep Sardesai rushes to his rescue, allows him to ‘clarify’, attack India instead, NDTV follows suit
India Today and NDTV come together to rescue Pakistan minister Fawad Chaudhry after he admitted Terroristan's role in Pulwama attack
On Friday, a 16-year-old terrorist was shot dead by police in the Muslim-dominated region of Tatarstan in Russia.
The Print columnist Zainab Sikander Siddiqui wants Charlie Hebdo to have the “guts” to mock the Holocaust if it wants to publish cartoons on...
Zainab Sikander Siddiqui ruled that Charlie Hebdo cartoons mocking other religions are not offensive, only cartoons on Islam are offensive
AMU student leader Farhan Zuberi calls for the beheading of those who insult Islam, justifies his statement on Live TV
Amidst the terror attacks in France and global call of Muslims to boycott French products over the Charlie Hebdo row AMU student Farhan Zuberi justifies beheading of individuals who dares to dishonour Prophet Muhammad