Sushma Swaraj to the rescue again: Man who walked 1,000 km in Dubai finally returns to Tamil Nadu home
US President-elect Donald trump has criticised China over its monetary policy and operations in the South China Sea. Posted on social media platform Twitter, the attacks came after he angered China by speaking to the President of Taiwan Tsai Ing-wen. Taiwan sees itself as an independent state but Beijing considers it as a breakaway province. The US cut off diplomatic relations to Taiwan in 1979, recognising Beijing’s claim.
Dec 5, 2016
Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has refused to rule out taking his party back into a coalition government with the Conservatives. “Any serious politician who rules out going into power isn’t a serious politician,” he told IBTimes UK on Monday (5 December). The comments come just days after Liberal Democrat Sarah Olney beat independent candidate and former Conservative MP in the Richmond Park and North Kingston by-election on 1 December.
Dec 6, 2016
Jayalalithaa dies at 68: Sportspersons including Saina, Sreesanth, Sehwag pay condolences on Twitter
#RIPAmma: Kerala government declares public holiday; Mohanlal, Mammootty, Dulquer, Nivin, other celebs pay tribute to Jayalalithaa
Jayalalitha dead: Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Randeep Hooda and other Bollywood celebs mourn Amma's demise
Jayalalithaa dead at 11:30 pm, last rites on Tuesday; Panneerselvam sworn in as chief minister with 31 ministers
Tens of pro-Brexit and Eurosceptic activists staged rival demonstrators outside the Supreme Court in London on 5 December. The protests coincided with the first day of the government appealing a ruling from the High Court in November. The decision meant MPs would have to vote on triggering Article 50, the mechanism to split from the EU. The British government, led by Attorney General Jeremy Wright, had unsuccessfully argued that Theresa May and her ministers had the legal authority – residual prerogative powers – to make such a move.
Dec 5, 2016
Evening wrap: Jayalalithaa live updates, Aishwarya Rai death hoax, BSNL unlimited 3G data offer, and more
New Zealand Prime Minister John Key unexpectedly announced his resignation on 5 December, after eight years in charge. Key, who was praised for his leadership after the global financial crisis, cited his family as the main reason for wanting to resign and told reporters he has no immediate plans for the future. Key said he would vote for his deputy and finance minister Bill English to take over, if he decided to stand.
Dec 5, 2016
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- Casting couch: Sri Reddy explains how actors, directors lure girls into bed in exchange of better roles
- Twitter brands 'Rahul-Modi hug' as 'Jaadu ki Jhappi'
- Xiaomi Redmi 5A out of stock? Here's how to buy Rs 5,999 smartphone right now
- US offers India top of the line MQ-9 Reaper armed drones
- Modi-government no-confidence motion: BJP to move privilege motion against Rahul for 'lying,' 'misleading' house
- Newly-wed wife thrashes husband for having extra-marital affair [VIDEO]
- Hyderabad cab driver arrested for putting up rider's number on toilet wall, victim says she received lewd texts
- TDP seeks Arvind Kejriwal's support ahead of no-confidence motion against Modi govt