US Secretary of State Antony Blinken had a telephonic conversation with European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs, Josep Borrell, during which they highlighted their shared concerns about escalating political pressure and economic coercion by China against Lithuania.
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Tension in Punjab over 'conversion' of Guru's inn into mosque
The case of converting Guru ki Sarai into a mosque in Gujjara locality in Rajpura, Punjab, has gained momentum and police force has been deployed in the tehsil premises.
PROTECT 'SHIVLING' AREA, LET MUSLIMS OFFER NAMAZ, ORDERS SC
Varanasi civil courtgrants two more days to submit Gyanvapi mosque survey report, removes advocate-commissioner from panel formed to survey the mosque.
WRESTLER SATENDER MALIK PUNCHES REFEREE DURING CWG TRIAL, GETS LIFE BAN
About a year ago, Sushil Kumar's name came in front of everyone for wrong reasons.
‘Nothing is impossible’: Lakshya Sen on India's historic Thomas Cup 2022 win
Badminton player Lakshya Sen, who created history for India on May 15 by winning the Thomas Cup, returned home to the capital city of Karnataka on Monday night.
Supreme Court seeks action against judge as the accused undergoes 2 extra years custody after the trial court misinterprets Supreme Court order
The application was not maintainable as three days' time period set-out by the Apex Court had expired and the court refused to enlarge him on bail as the bail application came up before the Trial Court on 29th September 2020.
India can become content hub of world: PM wishes Cannes team
Ahead of the presence of Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakurled Indian delegation at Cannes 2022 Red Carpet, Prime Minister Narendra Modi penned a mesasage expressing his immense pride.
IGP URGES KASHMIRI PANDITS NOT TO LEAVY VALLEY, FOIL ENEMY'S PLAN
Kashmir Inspector General of Police (IGP) Vijay Kumar on Tuesday said that killings of Kashmiri Pandits are plans to push them out of Kashmir.
DJOKOVIC WINS ITALIAN OPEN FOR RECORD EXTENDING 38TH MASTERS 1000 TITLE
Djokovic was appearing in his fourth straight final at the clay-court event and has now lifted the trophy in the Italian capital six times, with his first triumph coming in 2008.
IGA SWIATEK WINS ITALIAN OPEN 2022 TO CLAIM 5TH WTA TITLE
Swiatek is just the second player to ever win four or more WTA 1000 titles in a single season after Serena Williams won five in 2013.
CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING LESS COMMON IN GENDER MINORITIES
According to a new study, sexual minority individuals, whose sexual orientation differs from societal norms, were less likely to have undergone cervical cancer screening tests than their heterosexual counterparts.
The End of China's Bulk-Buying Boom
A distinctive form of e-commerce is in free fall after a shift in attitude in Beijing
China's Stimulus Won't Bail Out the World
The drag from lockdowns will largely cancel any boost from new spending
ON JAPAN'S FRONT LINES
Dispatches from Asia's new Cold War
The Cost of Covid Zero Keeps Rising
China's economy hasn't been in this bad a shape since the start of the pandemic
THE PANDEMIC KILLED DISSENT IN HONG KONG
WHEN GREAT BRITAIN returned control of Hong Kong to China in 1997, a condition of the transfer was that Beijing would allow the territory to maintain its own government until 2047. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has never liked this agreement, and the COVID-19 pandemic provided the excuse to all but erase the “one country, two systems” distinction.
THE INSIDE MAN
Meet JOSEPH KAHN, the new, old-school editor of the Times.
Sorry, iPhone 6 Plus users, your phone probably can't be repaired anymore
Apple moves two older devices to 'vintage' status.
CHINA USED TV, TIKTOK STARS IN DISCREET OLYMPICS CAMPAIGN
A “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” TV star, a Paralympic swimmer and a self-described “brand king” were among the Instagram and TikTok influencers who were paid by Chinese officials for a discreet campaign that promoted the Beijing Winter Olympics, new Justice Department documents reveal.
How Uniqlo Became A Favorite in China
In addition to making popular styles, it's kept quiet about the country's human-rights record
CHINESE HACKERS REPORTEDLY TARGET INDIA'S POWER GRID
India’s power sector has been targeted by hackers in a long-term operation thought to have been carried out by a state-sponsored Chinese group, a U.S.-based private cybersecurity company detailed in a new report.