A powerful explosion ripped through a mosque in the north of Afghanistan's capital of Kabul, killing 20 people and injuring 40 others.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai said that the company has too many employees but too few work. He warned employees to work efficiently and focus more on how to improve their products and help customers. Now, as per a report coming from Business Insider, Google has warned its employees of layoffs.
Aung San Suu Kyi, the deposed leader of Myanmar, was given a six-year prison extension on Monday, which is certain to infuriate the 77-year-old Nobel Peace Prize winner's supporters.
The Kolkata police arrested two Bangladeshi nationals for allegedly using a drone to capture photographs of the Victoria Memorial Hall and its surrounding areas without any permission from the concerned authorities, as confirmed by police on Friday.
Clash broke out on August 2 around two miles south of the center of Kale Town after resistance forces intercepted junta soldiers attempting to establish a tactical command base in Htaukkyant Village, Ko Ei Soe from Kale-PDF.
Elon Musk said his planned $44 billion takeover of Twitter should move forward if the company can confirm some details about how it measures whether user accounts are ‘spam bots’ or real people.
Press Emblem Campaign (PEC), the global media safety and rights body, has demanded justice for Myanmar photographer Aye Kyaw, who died in military custody.
Israel unleashed a wave of airstrikes on Gaza on Friday, killing at least 8 people, including a senior militant, and wounding dozens, according to Palestinian officials.
Chinese government says it conducted "precision missile strikes" in the Taiwan Strait on Thursday as part of military exercises that have raised tensions in the region to their highest level in decades.
Lavrov will visit Myanmar on Wednesday, TASS news agency reported, marking one of the most high-profile visits to the Southeast Asian country since last year’s coup
President Joe Biden declared on Monday night that Ayman al-Zawahiri, the head of Al Qaeda, was killed over the weekend in a drone attack as part of a counterterrorism operation by the United States
The Military government of Myanmar has extended the state of emergency by 6 months -- till at least February of 2023.
Slamming India for openly supporting the perpetrators of international crimes and blatantly ignoring the sufferings of the Myanmar people, the civil society members from Myanmar writes in their open letter to India, “We the people of Myanmar, strongly believe that India people’s solidarity is the key to Myanmar’s democracy movement and as we maintain good faith in people-to-people collaboration, we have created and operated India for Myanmar campaign to acquire support from the people of India."
The World Health Organization on Saturday declared the Monkeypox outbreak a global health emergency, which has affected nearly 16,000 people across 72 countries.
The media delegation from Bangladesh successfully concluded their two-day-long visit to Assam.
Alert troops of the Border Security Force apprehended 10 Bangladeshi nationals including Male-03, Female-03 & Children-04, and foiled an attempt to illegally cross the international boundary
Both countries have established robust systems through which cooperation in border guarding and border management is ensured
Ranil Wickremesinghe took oath as the President of Sri Lanka at the parliament complex on Thursday, July 21 after his victory in a parliament vote to choose a new president for the South Asian country.
As the use of emoticons in this digital era has become an interesting part of our life as emojis allow us to express our feelings to those we love when words fail while also making them smile.
WhatsApp is working on extending the time limit for the ‘Delete for Everyone’ feature, said reports.
Ivana Trump, the first wife of former President Donald Trump, died of accidental blunt impact injuries of the torso, the New York City medical examiner's office reported Friday.
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