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'We will do our best so climate crisis cannot be ignored'
International

'We will do our best so climate crisis cannot be ignored'

Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg said in Madrid that young people will do everything possible so the climate crisis "cannot be ignored".

'Shooter in US naval base attack was Saudi national'
International

'Shooter in US naval base attack was Saudi national'

The gunman suspected of killing three people and wounding seven others in a shooting attack Friday morning at a United States Navy base in Pensacola, Florida, before being gunned down by a sheriff's deputy was a member of the Saudi Air Force, the state's governor confirmed.

Siddaramaiah attacks Yediyurappa over Tipu Jayanti, says K'tka CM hates only one community
National

Siddaramaiah attacks Yediyurappa over Tipu Jayanti, says K'tka CM hates only one community

Former Chief Minister and Congress leader Siddaramaiah on Friday criticised Karnataka Chief Minister Yediyurappa over his decision to not to celebrate Tipu Jayanti in the state and said that the BJP leader was acting against only one community.

Over 7,000 arrested in Iran protests, UN says
International

Over 7,000 arrested in Iran protests, UN says

More than 7,000 people have been detained for their participation in the protests that have been taking place in Iran since mid-November, according to the United Nations, which criticized a lack of transparency regarding the number of people arrested and treatment they receive.

Pakistan: Protesters besiege Pak daily's office over London attack suspect's reporting
International

Pakistan: Protesters besiege Pak daily's office over London attack suspect's reporting

People protesting against Dawn for reporting that the London attack's suspect was a Pakist national on Friday again besieged the newspaper's Islamabad bureau, the second incident in a week.

4 dead in Florida naval air station shooting
International

4 dead in Florida naval air station shooting

The perpetrator of a shooting this Friday at Naval Air Station Pensacola in northwest Florida and three of the people he attacked have died, with the gunman slain by security forces, official sources said.

US unemployment rate back at 50-year low
Business

US unemployment rate back at 50-year low

The United States' headline unemployment rate fell by one-tenth of a percentage point in November to 3.5 per cent, matching the lowest level in a half century, while the number of new jobs added last month - 266,000 - far exceeded economists' expectations.

Gala Filmotsav kicks off in Lonavla on Dec 12
Entertainment

Gala Filmotsav kicks off in Lonavla on Dec 12

The third edition of LIFFT India Filmotsav is slated to screen over 250 films in various categories and from 40 countries between December 12 and 16 at Fariyas Resort in Lonavla.

Cannot have over five-decade-old policies to go with today's world, says Punjab CM proposing industrial reforms
National

Cannot have over five-decade-old policies to go with today's world, says Punjab CM proposing industrial reforms

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Friday outlined the need of changing with the modern world and said that it is not feasible to have policies that were formulated about 50 years ago.

UN chief calls for enhancement of peacekeeping operations
International

UN chief calls for enhancement of peacekeeping operations

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres asked member states to enhance the world body's peacekeeping operations through a variety of measures.

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