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Fiji puts Sikh man on currency notes

The government of Fiji issued a $2 currency note where a picture of a Sikh man can be seen. The government of Fiji recognized the contribution of Sikhs and honored Sikhs in the national currency note.

Pakistan will not free doctor who helped US find bin Laden

A jailed Pakistani doctor believed to have helped the CIA hunt down al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden will be neither released nor handed to the United States, Pakistan's law minister has told legislators, media reported on Wednesday.

Russia Says Edward Snowden Can Stay 2 More Years

Russian authorities have extended US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden's Russian residency permit by two years, the foreign ministry said Wednesday.

Thousands converge Washington attend Trump inauguration

Thousands of people includingmany Indian-Americans are converging here to attend US President-elect Donald Trump’s swearing-in ceremony themed ‘Make America Great Again’, the catchy slogan which propelled the real-estate tycoon to victory.

China Says App Stores Must Register With State

App stores in China must register with the state from Monday, a government statement said, as China tightens its control over the Internet.

Facebook may not pay publishers to make live videos

After paying more than $50 million last year to publishers and celebrities to create live video on the platform, Facebook may soon stop remunerating them in a hope to get high-quality content on the social network

Pakistan To Exhume Crashed Plane's Crew Bodies For Drug Test

ISLAMABAD:  In an unusual move, Pakistani authorities have decided to exhume the bodies of the crew of a plane that crashed last month killing 48 people to see if any of them were under the influence of drugs. The probe into the crash showed that engines of the plane were running fine.

World needs India’s leadership in countering terror: US

The Obama administration has recently delivered a “very tough” message to Pakistan asking it to dismantle safe havens of Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e- Mohammed and Haqqani network operating from its soil, outgoing US envoy to New Delhi Richard Verma said on Tuesday.

South Korea Seeks Warrant To Arrest Samsung Boss

The dramatic corruption and influence-peddling scandal that has gripped South Korea took another sensational turn Monday when special prosecutors sought to arrest the de facto head of Samsung - and hinted that they might have President Park Geun-hye in their sights next.

German passport world’s strongest, India ranks 78th

Indian passport has been ranked alowly 78 in a global ranking of the world’s most powerful passports which was topped by Germany.

Tigers may roam again in Central Asia: study

Caspian tigers – some of thelargest cats to ever live – that met a grim end in the middle of the 20th century may roam again in Central Asia, using a subspecies that is nearly identical genetically to them, scientists say.

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