Monday, Dec 11, 2017 | Last Update : 05:53 AM IST
Despite being separate countries, China and Tibet enjoyed a close relationship, though there were occasional 'fights'.
More than 15 million eligible voters will pick a 275-member legislature, the first under a new constitution agreed after years of wrangling.
The pontiff has avoided direct discussion of the crisis to avoid setting off Buddhist hardliners.
The Indian engineer was sentenced after he sneaked into Pakistan from Afghanistan to meet a girl he had befriended on the internet.
The resignation came as part of an agreement reached between the government and the protesters overnight.
The development came after a meeting between the top generals of the two countries where China has explained willingness to help Pakistan.
Xi’s remarks came as Myanmar’s military chief Sen-Gen Min Aung Hlaing called on him.
On September 18, 2017, Kulsoom Nawaz won NA-120 by-election with 61,745 votes.
Tourism business has slumped in Bali since September when Agung's volcanic tremors began to increase.
A confirmed launch of the "Simorgh" rocket would mark another step forward for the Islamic Republic's young space program.
Dozens of high-profile figures including princes, ministers and tycoons are being held in Riyadh's Ritz-Carlton hotel.
Few international leaders are urging Zimbabwe's new prez to deliver on his promises of inclusiveness, economic reform, free, fair elections.
Trump was expected to take new action against Iran’s Revolutionary Guards and the Iranian backed Shia militant group Hezbollah.
Egypt has witnessed a series of terror attacks this year claiming scores of lives.
Libya is the main departure point for African migrants trying to cross to Europe.
His former vice president, Emmerson Mnangagwa will be sworn in as president on Wednesday.
The men belong to two of the country's main ethnic groups, Kenyatta from the Kikuyu, the largest, and Odinga the Luo.
Emmerson Mnangagwa, the former vice president sacked by Mugabe earlier this month, is set to be sworn in as president on Friday.
She revealed most messages received so far were supportive, including many from Americans apologising for their president's conduct.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has said Britain will leave the single market and the customs unions after Brexit.
Brexit negotiations are ready to move into the second phase of talks on future relations.
The report said defence spending had begun increasing after Russia's annexation of the Crimea region of Ukraine in 2014.
The perception that the poor do not have skills or would not be able to survive on their own is a myth.
Congressman Brad Sherman demanded that Congress must act quickly to counter China’s “repressive tactics and policies” toward Tibet.
Worshippers laid out their prayer mats at a park in front of the president’s residence.
Donald Trump's keenly awaited decision on whether to move the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem stands delayed.
‘The meeting of US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis with leaders of Pakistan was fruitful,’ says Dana White.
Three senators including Hanson argued over her bill before a majority of senators shut down debate until a later date.
IFA president Nihal Agar said on Sunday the MLA had not listened to the Indian community’s earlier concerns when the ad initially screened.
The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal ruled in parents’ favour, finding the school had discriminated against Sidhak, it said.
There have also been claims of anti-money laundering laws being breached and benchmark interest rates rigged.
The hunt for the plane was the largest in history and the ATSB said the challenge was working with limited data.