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Three Muslims transporting buffaloes to slaughter house beaten up in Delhi
  NEW DELHI, Apr 23 (INP) Three Muslim men were injured on Saturday night after a group of people, including animal right activists, beat them up in south Delhi’s Kalkaji for transporting buffaloes in a cruel manner, police said. Nfull story
Seven countries to deepen cooperation on China-Europe freight rail services
  BEIJING, April 23 (INP) Railway authorities of China, Belarus, Germany, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Poland and Russia, have signed an agreement to deepen cooperation on China-Europe freight rail services, according to China Railway Corporation.full story
Obama returns to public life next week
  WASHINGTON, Apr 22 (INP) Barack Obama’s extended post-presidential vacation is about to end. After spending weeks in French Polynesia — including time on the yacht of the movie mogul David Geffen along with Bruce Springsteen, Tom Hanks and Oprah Winfrey — Mr. Obama will return to Chicago on Monday for his first public event as a former president. full story
Over 140 soldiers killed in deadly attack in Afghanistan
  KABUL, Apr 22 (INP) More than 140 Afghan soldiers were killed on Friday when Taliban gunmen and suicide bombers in military uniforms stormed an Afghan Army base in northern Afghanistan, Afghan and Western officials said. full story
Five of a family attacked by Hindu extremists – Cow vigilantes- in IHK
  SRINAGAR, Apr 22 (INP) Five people of a family including a 9-year-old girl have been injured in an attack by 'gau rakshaks' or self-styled cow vigilantes in the Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir. The incident took place on Friday evening when a nomad family was moving with their livestock near the Talwara area. They were intercepted by a large group hindu extremists and beaten up with iron rods. full story
Hindu extremists threaten outlets for selling ‘Made in Pakistan’ clothes
  MUMBAI: Apr 22 (INP) Workers from the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena barged into a showroom of clothing brand ‘Zara’ at a shopping mall in Mumbai for allegedly selling clothes made in Pakistan. full story
Kashmir needs political and not military solution: Dr. Fai
  BALTIMORE, Maryland, April 21 (INP): Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai, Secretary General of ‘World Kashmir Awareness Forum’ voiced his continuing belief that the conflict over Kashmir cannot be resolved through military might. full story
More than 150 children estimated to have died taking Central Mediterranean migration route this year : UNICEF
  NEW YORK / GENEVA, Apr 21 (INP) The UNICEF says more than 150 children have died crossing the Central Mediterranean from North Africa to Italy so far this year. Yet the true number of child casualties is almost certainly higher given that many children on the move are unaccompanied, so their deaths often go unreported. full story
Iran’s Ahmadinejad disqualified from presidential election
  TEHERAN, Apr 21(INP) Iran’s Guardian Council approved six candidates to run for the May 19 presidential election. The body charged with vetting candidates has disqualified former hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad from running in next month’s presidential election. full story
Karzai calls Daesh a “tool” of the US; Says Taliban a
  KABUL, Apr 20 (INP) Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai has accused that Daesh(ISIS) was a “tool” of the United States and that he does not differentiate between Daesh and America. full story
Spy games making Pak-India India difficult: Haqqani
  WASHINGTON, Apr 20 (INP) Former Pakistan ambassador to the US, Hussain Haqqani, has criticised the death sentence awarded to Indian navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav, saying Islamabad's "spy games" are making it tougher for the two South Asian neighbours to even explore peace. full story
Around 1,000 Afghan Refugees returning home daily: NRC
  KABUL, Apr 20 (INP) In the first two weeks of April, an average of 1,000 unregistered refugees returned from Pakistan to Afghanistan daily: a sharp increase compared to the beginning of the year. full story
12 Saudi soldiers killed in Yemen helicopter crash
  RIYADH, Apr 19 (INP) The Saudi-led military coalition fighting in Yemen said one of its helicopters crashed in eastern Yemen on Tuesday, killing 12 Saudi officers in one of the deadliest incidents for the Kingdom’s troops since the war began more than two years ago. full story
13 Indians killed in U.S. MOAB bombing
  Kabul, Apr 19 (INP) Reports emerging from Afghanistan say that 13 Indians were killed in the Massive Ordnance Air Blast (MOAB) attack by the U.S. military in Achin district of Nangarhar province last week. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) said it was not sure of the claims and was still verifying it. full story
Babri case: Supreme Court restores conspiracy charges against Advani and others
  NEW DELHI, Apr 19 (INP) The Indian Supreme Court restored criminal conspiracy charges against senior BJP leaders, including L K Advani, M M Joshi and Uma Bharti in the Babri Masjid demolition case on Wednesday. full story
US reaffirms India's designation as Major Defence Partner
  NEW DELHI, Apr 18 (INP) In the first visit by a senior official of the Trump administration, US National Security Adviser Lt. General (retired) H.R. McMaster called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday. He also held discussions with his Indian counterpart Ajith Doval and foreign secretary S Jaishankar before departing in what was described by the US embassy in India as "productive meetings." full story
Gun-toting youths roam Jammu and Kashmir streets
  SRINAGAR, Apr 18 (INP) Young men, who recently joined resistance groups after being disillusioned with the state machinery, are said to be roaming openly in Shopian district of south Kashmir, posing a tricky situation for security forces who have to be extremely cautious in dealing with them given the local support that they enjoy, Indian media reported Tuesday. full story
US warns North Korea not to test U.S. resolve, offering Syria and Afghanistan strikes as examples
  TOKYO, Aor 18 (INP) US Vice President Pence warned North Korea not to test U.S. military might by pursuing its nuclear weapons program, citing recent strikes in Syria and Afghanistan as proof of American “strength and resolve.” full story
McMaster Hope Pakistan Stops Proxy War And Goes After Terror Groups Less Selectively
  KABUL, Apr 17 (INP) U.S President Donald Trump’s national security adviser H.R McMaster said in an interview with TOLOnews on Sunday that members of the Taliban who refuse to join the peace process will be defeated on the battlegrounds. full story
IHK policemen asked to stay away from Homes due to threats of life
  SRINAGAR, Apr 17 (INP) With angered Kashmiri youths continuing to target the houses of policemen in the Valley, two more attacks were reported Saturday night. In this background J&K Police have asked their men to stop visiting their homes “for the next few months”, especially in south Kashmir. full story
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