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Trump announces new measures targeting N. Korean trade networks

Trump announces new measures targeting N. Korean trade networks

Trump wrote. Trump's tweet came just a day after attacking [VIDEO ]Kim Jong-un directly, calling him a "madman", while claiming he "doesn't mind starving or killing his people". The U.S. President added the new measures will make foreign banks face a clear choice of doing business with the U.S., or helping North Korea continue its trade.



Tillerson, Zarif spoke directly at Iran nuclear talks

Wednesday. Describing Trump as a "right-wing extremist", Lendman said Trump was only repeating things he heard from "other line-minded individuals in Washington and of course Israel, which is very hostile to Iran". In addition to requiring the support - or at least acquiescence - of Iran, any reopening of negotiations on this deal would also require support from Russian Federation and China.


BHU campus violence: Students perform silent march

BHU campus violence: Students perform silent march

One of them, Akansha Singh, even tonsured her head to protest the recent molestation of her friend, a fellow student near the university's school of fine arts, Kala Bhawan. Students at the varsity chose to protest against the incident as the authority denied any kind of support to them. She said her warden, instead of taking up the issue with her superiors, asked her why was she returning late to the hostel.


We have IITs and IIMs; Pak has LeT, JeM: Sushma Swaraj

We have IITs and IIMs; Pak has LeT, JeM: Sushma Swaraj

The prime minister said Swaraj was insightful in identifying global challenges and strongly reiterated India's commitment to create a better planet. He had also reiterated that Pakistan remains open to resuming a comprehensive dialogue with India to address all outstanding issues, especially Kashmir, and discuss measures to maintain peace and security.



PM Modi's 'Mann Ki Baat' program to complete three years today

Narendra Modi Mann Ki Baat: In the 36th episode of the radio broadcast, Modi expressed confidence that social scientists, universities, research scholars and media experts would conduct an analysis of the programme and highlight its positives and negatives.