https://i1.wp.com/kashmirreader.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Malala.jpg

World

The Malala Fund champions every girl's right to 12 years of free, safe and quality education. "Our generations to come are the future of Pakistan". Malala will meet Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and other senior government functionaries during her four-day stay in the country.
  • Japan Foreign Minister Kono: US, Japan 'completely in sync' on North Korea

    Japan Foreign Minister Kono: US, Japan 'completely in sync' on North Korea

    World

    In this image taken from video footage run Wednesday, March 28, 2018, by China's CCTV, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, left, and Chinese President Xi Jinping shake hands in Beijing, China. Those steps include resolving the abductee issue, as well as Pyongyang's missile and nuclear weapons development. But many have said Abe feels slighted by the fact that Trump, who has flaunted his close relationship with the Japanese leader, didn't give him a heads-up on the Kim meeting.
  • In UP, Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar is now Dr Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar

    In UP, Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar is now Dr Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar

    World

    The spelling change has been done on behest of Governor Ram Naik who even wrote to PM Modi, state government about the "incorrect spelling" of Ambedkar. "While its English spelling is correct, the spelling will have to change in Hindi, as will the pronunciation.", Nirmal added. "Most importantly, his name is written as Bhim and Rao as two words; however, the correct way to write is Bhimrao", Ram Naik said.
  • Stormy Daniels' lawyer wants Trump deposition

    Stormy Daniels' lawyer wants Trump deposition

    World

    If successful, it would be the first deposition of a sitting U.S. president since President Bill Clinton in 1998, when the Democrat had to answer questions about his encounter with Paula Jones, a former state employee who sued him for sexual harassment.
  • Morrisons opening hours on Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday 2018

    World

    The standard US Catholic school text between 1885 till the 1960s - Baltimore Catechism - Good Friday is seen as good because Jesus Christ had shown his love for mankind. Join us on Easter Sunday for special editions of Sing for Joy and Music and the Spoken Word at 6AM, With Heart and Voice at 7AM (repeated at 10PM), Sunday Baroque at 10AM and Pipedreams at 6PM.
  • French police detain man suspected of trying to ram soldiers

    French police detain man suspected of trying to ram soldiers

    World

    Others reports said the man had earlier threatened a group of soldiers near the same place verbally and then attempted to run over another group which was returning from a jog. Troops from the 93rd Mountain Artillery Regiment were out jogging when the alleged attack took place The alleged attack happened close to this base in Varces-Allieres-et-Risset, southern France French soldiers from Varces' 93rd Mountain artillery regiment were allegedly targeted.
  • Villanova Basketball: 5 reasons why Wildcats should defeat Jayhawks in Final Four

    Villanova Basketball: 5 reasons why Wildcats should defeat Jayhawks in Final Four

    World

    That's a hell of a scouting report! Jay Wright and company haven't put in all this work to be be sent home early, and one can only imagine the intense atmosphere San Antonio is going to have with fans from both teams. I decided to make my own scouting report because I and you don't want to lose again, and Duke has a lot of weaknesses. This year's Final Four is made up of three established power-conference programs in Kansas, Michigan and Villanova along with a bona fide Cinderella in ...
  • 9-year-old Mariah Martinez found safe after 2 years

    9-year-old Mariah Martinez found safe after 2 years

    World

    The show's hosts chronicled the events that led to Martinez's disappearance. CPS tried to get in contact with Martinez on the October 20, but officials say by then, she and her children were gone. Authorities tried to find out where Mariah was through the mother, but she refused to cooperate, the program reported. "Big thank you for bringing home one of our missing kids!" The Lubbock Police Department said in a statement that its thankful for the "diligence and continued effort" of the ...
  • Sir Ken Dodd's funeral in Liverpool expected to attract legions of fans

    Sir Ken Dodd's funeral in Liverpool expected to attract legions of fans

    World

    Hundreds of fans of Sir Ken Dodd lined the streets of Liverpool today to pay their last respects to the comedian, who died earlier this month at the age of 90. Claire, who credited the Tickle Stick creator with helping launch her showbiz career, was pictured speaking to reporters outside Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral, where a public funeral service was being held.
  • Thursday Is National Vietnam Veterans Day

    Thursday Is National Vietnam Veterans Day

    World

    His unit is the same unit featured in the film "In the Shadow of the Blade", a documentary about a restored UH-1 "Huey" helicopter. "Throughout the past few years, we've become a place where Vietnam veterans gather on Vietnam Veterans Day", Patriots Point Executive Director Mac Burdette said in a statement.
  • Former Disney star joins White House press team

    Former Disney star joins White House press team

    World

    After the Internet learned that Caroline Sunshine , a former actor best known for her role on the Disney Channel show " Shake it Up ", had recently joined the White House as a press assistant , the reaction was unsurprisingly knee-jerk.
  • Obama to raise funds for McCaskill in Beverly Hills

    Obama to raise funds for McCaskill in Beverly Hills

    World

    The most recent poll listed on the Real Clear Politics Average of Polls conducted by Gravis Marketing earlier this month shows a potential general election matchup between Republican Hawley and Democrat McCaskill for the U.S. Republicans immediately jumped on the news, trying to frame it as McCaskill raising money with an ex-president who never won Missouri, while taking money from Hollywood for a campaign in which she's portraying herself as a centrist Missourian.
  • Did Arizona governor keep Uber test drives a secret?

    Did Arizona governor keep Uber test drives a secret?

    World

    The company's cars were struggling to meet internal development expectations and falling way behind the improvements made by competitors. In 2016, Ducey welcomed Uber with "open arms and wide open roads" as the company sought alternatives to California's regulatory environment.
  • Russians protest mall fire

    Russians protest mall fire

    World

    Emergency officials confirmed 41 children and 23 adults were killed in the flames that swept through the mall in Kemerovo on Sunday. But Russian authorities said that no one was unaccounted for in the fire, Tass reported . "The investigators will check the entire chain, starting from those who issued permissions and ending with those who were responsible for safety", Putin said in remarks broadcast by state TV stations.
  • They made a grave mistake, but they are not bad people: Lehmann

    They made a grave mistake, but they are not bad people: Lehmann

    World

    Matt Renshaw, Glenn Maxwell and Joe Burns are jetting to South Africa as replacements. Cricket Australia's report into the incident revealed Warner was the mastermind behind the ball tampering idea, but Smith was fully aware of the plan and didn't hesitate to let Bancroft go ahead.
  • Aussie cricket boss: 3 cheaters face

    Aussie cricket boss: 3 cheaters face "significant sanctions"

    World

    The investigation found Smith had knowledge of the plot, that he failed to take steps to seek to prevent the implementation of the plan and had directed "that evidence of attempted tampering be concealed on the field of play". Cricket Australia's decision in connection with the ball tampering scandal that has tainted the otherwise gentlemen's sports, has prompted the response from the cricket world.
  • Dozens dead after riot, fire at Venezuelan police station

    Dozens dead after riot, fire at Venezuelan police station

    World

    The cause of the riot is still unknown and authorities have not offered any information. Police used tear gas to disperse relatives who surrounded the station after news of the fire broke. Others had to be supported by friends and family as they collapsed in despair. Still others wept quietly and clutched their hands in prayer. Carlos Nieto Palma , director of A Window to Freedom, said officials should be held accountable for failing to address the poor conditions in police station jails.
  • Malala Yousafzai Returns Home

    Malala Yousafzai Returns Home

    World

    Yousafzai will also participate in the "Meet the Malala" programme during her four-day stay in Pakistan. The activist will meet the country's prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi today although the exact reason for her trip has not been revealed, with officials saying the details of the visit are being kept secret "in view of the sensitivity".
  • United Kingdom schools in lockdown after threatening email

    United Kingdom schools in lockdown after threatening email

    World

    Police , however, have confirmed that the email is a hoax and part of "malicious communication". " Enquiries continue to establish the facts and forces are working together to investigate who is responsible ". " The only way out is to go out with a BANG ". Any schools that receive the email are asked to contact Cumbria Police on 101. The police have established that this threat is not credible and the school is running as normal.
  • Gov. Walker won't appeal special elections to Supreme Court

    Gov. Walker won't appeal special elections to Supreme Court

    World

    Both seats were held by Republicans who resigned December 29 to join Walker's administration. He said the measure could leave people unrepresented. Both districts went heavily for President TrumpDonald John TrumpCigna says it has reduced customers use of opioids by 25 percent Greens launch campaign to get Pruitt fired White House: "Maximum pressure" campaign on North Korea is working MORE in 2016, but Democrats recently won an equally red district in a special election, worrying ...
  • Ola, Uber in merger talks; Softbank brokering deal

    Ola, Uber in merger talks; Softbank brokering deal

    World

    When contacted by the IndianExpress.com, both, Uber India and Ola , denied that any merger talks were underway. Ola Cabs now has the lion's share of the Indian market at 56%, whereas Uber sits at a more modest 40%. Talking about reports suggesting that Uber is exiting developing markets to cut back on the high cash burns, Khosrowshahi said if a company focused on only developed markets, it would "hit a growth wall" at some point in time.
  • Melania Trump responds after Stormy Daniels interview

    Melania Trump responds after Stormy Daniels interview

    World

    It is humiliating for the country certainly that the figurehead of the Republican party-not too long ago the party of family values-is alleged to have had another affair with a Playmate just after his son was born is humiliating for the GOP, or it should be anyway.
  • Saudi Crown Prince: Houthi 'last-ditch effort' missiles attack shows weakness

    Saudi Crown Prince: Houthi 'last-ditch effort' missiles attack shows weakness

    World

    His Royal Highness Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa the Prime Minister sent a cable to Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, denouncing the coup militias' missile targeting of residential areas in the sisterly Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, effectively intercepted by the Royal Saudi Air Defence Forces.
  • Vladimir Guerrero Jr. has makes his mark in Montreal baseball

    Vladimir Guerrero Jr. has makes his mark in Montreal baseball

    World

    The Montreal-born Dominican will spend the season with the New Hampshire Fisher Cats, a Double-A affiliate of the Blue Jays , to continue his development. "Everyone was jumping for joy". Everything that I've been doing here the past two days I'm going to remember, taking a step forward in the learning process to my career.
  • Holy Week, Easter services slated

    Holy Week, Easter services slated

    World

    St. Paul's Episcopal Church in DeKalb has set its schedule for The Triduum, or three days, - Maundy Thursday , Good Friday and Easter Vigil. On March 29, a Maundy Thursday service at 7 p.m. Ann Street Church is located at 335 Ann St., Concord. Traditional Easter services will be held at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. Our Savior's Lutheran invites all to join at any of the special and normal services as the church remembers the Lord's passion, suffering, death and rising from the dead.
  • Three things we learned from England's draw with Italy

    Three things we learned from England's draw with Italy

    World

    Lorenzo Insigne struck an 87th-minute penalty as the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) helped Italy snatch a 1-1 draw against England at Wembley. "But I think the VAR was smoother than when I have experienced it in previous times, so I have got no complaints with that and the time that it took".
  • "'March For Our Lives" rally draws crowd

    World

    On the grass by the windmill at Long Wharf, 17 white cardboard coffins bore the names of the 17 students and teachers killed in the February 14 school shooting in Florida. Cooper said. "To actually hear them speak in person was pretty unbelievable". Although the official report has not come from the D.C. law enforcement with a number of attendees yet, stunning aerial photographs show streets jammed with protestors marching peacefully.
  • Latino community, state leaders condemn proposed census citizenship question

    Latino community, state leaders condemn proposed census citizenship question

    World

    Findings are also used by public and private organizations in determining funding for community initiatives. Ambassador Ken Blackwell served as chairman of the U.S. Becerra's lawsuit focuses on the fact that the actual census is used to calculate several federal programs, including Medicaid, Medicare Part B, a couple children's programs, and highway funding.
  • Malala makes first trip to Pakistan since Taleban attack

    Malala makes first trip to Pakistan since Taleban attack

    World

    She will be provided fool-proof security by police and other law enforcement agencies during her stay in Pakistan. She is reportedly going to meet Pakistan's Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa. She left Pakistan after surviving the assassination the same year. Malala has also received honorary citizenship in Canada and she is the youngest person to address the country's Parliament.
  • Dems press WH for results of Kushner inquiry

    Dems press WH for results of Kushner inquiry

    World

    In a short but efficient press briefing, Shah, subbing for Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders , also declined to issue a vote of confidence from behind a White House podium in embattled Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin. A Kushner Companies logo is visible near an entrance to the Kushner Companies' flagship property 666 Fifth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan, March 6, 2018 in NY.
  • S.Korea readying building for N.Korea summit

    S.Korea readying building for N.Korea summit

    World

    Kim pledged that he was "committed to denuclearisation" on the Korean peninsula, according to China's Xinhua news agency - but added that it was dependent on South Korea and the USA taking what he called "progressive and synchronous measures for the realisation of peace".
  • How each team got to the Final Four — March Madness

    How each team got to the Final Four — March Madness

    World

    But in Lawrence, Kan., when the Kansas Jayhawks made it to the Final Four after six years, the city was in pure - and peaceful - celebration mode, reports USA Today , thanks, in part, to the police. And while the Ramblers are very good (I picked them to Sweet 16 as did many others), few expected this. The implied probability of their +950 moneyline equates to 9.5%.
  • Mamata needles BJP, meets sulking Sinhas, Shourie

    Mamata needles BJP, meets sulking Sinhas, Shourie

    World

    Like in Karnataka Congress is strong... it will fight BJP one on one... Banerjee, who has been meeting leaders of various opposition parties and some allies of the ruling BJP here, also held discussions with former Union minister Arun Shourie.
  • Smokers hit with $4 hike on cigarette cartons in Ontario budget

    Smokers hit with $4 hike on cigarette cartons in Ontario budget

    World

    The Seniors' Health Home Program will provide a benefit of up to $750 annually for eligible households led by seniors 75 and over to help them live independently and offset the cost of maintaining their home. The Ontario Cannabis Retail Corporation, a subsidiary of the LCBO, is projected to lose $40 million in its first full year of operation. Smokers will pay about two cents more per cigarette starting March 29, as the province tries to get more people to kick the habit.
  • White House gives Liberians one-year reprieve from deportation

    White House gives Liberians one-year reprieve from deportation

    World

    Starting in 1999, Liberians were transferred into a separate program called Deferred Enforced Departure , a classification that allowed them to live and work in the USA without fear of deportation. It isn't clear what impact Trump's decision will have on Liberians. In an interview that aired Sunday on CBS's " 60 Minutes " show, Daniels said she had been threatened by a man in a Las Vegas parking lot in 2011 who warned her to "leave Trump alone".
  • Man with ax kills 1 after driving into people in San Francisco

    Man with ax kills 1 after driving into people in San Francisco

    World

    Further details were not immediately available. A man in San Francisco allegedly brandished an ax at a group of people he was fighting with, then got into his vehicle and charged them, officials said. It was not clear if the victims were pedestrians. One victim died and three were in critical condition. The driver fled the scene and the five male victims were rushed to the hospital, with at least one of them in life-threatening condition, police spokesman Officer Robert Rueca said.
  • Corbyn under fire over backlog of Labour anti-Semitism cases

    Corbyn under fire over backlog of Labour anti-Semitism cases

    World

    Cambridge Universities Labour Club (CULC) has condemned "the rising anti-Semitism" within the Labour Party and criticised Labour's response as "not good enough". " I am committed to eliminating anti-semitism wherever it exists ". "This even affects those Labour MPs who showed their solidarity with the Jewish community on Monday", they pointed out.
  • Poland signs $4.75bn deal with USA on Patriot missiles

    Poland signs $4.75bn deal with USA on Patriot missiles

    World

    NATO Nations now using the Patriot include the US, Germany, Greece, the Netherlands, and Spain. The deal is the largest weapons procurement agreement in Poland's history. Jones added that "in April we'll begin negotiations on phase two, and in phase two, Poland will get the most modern 360-degree radar, but also more missiles and batteries".
  • 'Roseanne' scores big ratings in its return to TV

    'Roseanne' scores big ratings in its return to TV

    World

    The second half-hour posted even bigger numbers with a 5.3 rating and 18.6 million overall viewers. At a time when conservatives and anyone not totally against the current president of the United States are constantly berated on television, " Roseanne " is exactly the show we need.