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Prince Salman wants to make his country graft-free, facilitate economic empowerment and enable a liberal society
As Delhi gasps for breath again, toxic pollution has spread wings to emerge as the elephant in the room.
It is defeatist to think that AI threatens our well-being for it is human intelligence that created artificial intelligence
Scrapping of the Iran nuclear pact could reset the US’ relationship with the Gulf nations and hit the EU hard
With the US caught in domestic issues, President Xi has a great chance to achieve the Chinese Dream
Here’s a peek into this year's Nobel laureates and their work.
After Brexit, the fast-spreading Euroscepticism has engulfed Catalonia and it could imperil EU if not addressed quickly.
With each country batting for its own benefits, the idea of a peaceful world is in peril right where it should be celebrated.
The misery of Rohingya has failed to stir the international community to decisively intervene and find a lasting solution
The Xiamen summit cooled growing tensions between India and China and opened doors for meaningful cooperation
The eagerly awaited monsoons are increasingly becoming a cause for massive loss of lives and destruction
Invoking India to step up and warning Pakistan of consequences, Trump is putting in everything to win the ‘forever’ war.
This disturbing and dangerous online game, which ‘chooses’ its ‘pawns’, poses a big challenge to parents as well as government.
A collapsing economy and international admonition do not seem to deter Venezuela from its ruinous path.
President of the Philippines continues his all-out war on drugs despite an outcry over human rights violations
The 19th round of regional negotiations on trade, which were held in Hyderabad from July 18 to 28, could open a wider market for India
Iraq’s victory effectively shatters Islamic State but the group has proven resilient in the past
A quick resolution of the disquiet on the Sino-Indian border is in the interests of both sides
There’s no solution in sight to the worst crisis to grip the region since Iraq's invasion of Kuwait in 1990
Cushioning implementation is essential for the comprehensive indirect tax system structure to take effect smoothly