U.S calls on NSG members to support India’s application
U.S calls on NSG members to support India's application


The U.S. Department of Defense and Department of State have submitted a joint report to the Congress, in which it has reiterated the support by the United States towards the inclusion of India in the elite Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG). The United States has also re-affirmed its support for India’s membership in the Australia Group

Supreme Court stay on closure of Clyde River Project Supreme Court stay on closure of Clyde River Project

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android:- Click For IOS:- Ottawa-The Inuit Hamlet of Clyde River won a nearly six-year-long battle on Wednesday to stop seismic testing in the Arctic that could kill the marine mammals upon which they rely for food and jobs. The Supreme Court ruled the National Energy

First Sikh UK parliamentarian Tanmanjeet Dhesi gets rousing welcome First Sikh UK parliamentarian Tanmanjeet Dhesi gets rousing welcome

First Sikh UK parliamentarian Tanmanjeet Dhesi gets rousing welcome. It was a rousing welcome with loud dhol beats and traditional Punjabi sweets for the first turbaned Sikh MP of UK Parliament, Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi, who reached home in Raipur village of Jalandhar on Thursday. Dhesi flanked by his family and friends back home paid a

Woman spots her dead mother on Google Earth view

Woman spots dead mother Google Earth view London. A US woman living in Britain, saw her mother alive after 18 months of her death, and it was not imagination or misunderstanding, but this woman named Denis Underhill really saw her dead mother on Google Earth. She was shocked when she saw her dead mother watering

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos now world richest person Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos now world richest person

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android:- Click For IOS:- Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has overtaken Bill Gates and is now the richest person in the world, with a fortune topping $90 billion for the first time ever.When markets opened on Thursday, Bezos had a net worth of $90.6 billion, putting

Singh Sahiban rejects Italian court’s approved Kirpan

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android:- Click For IOS:- Few weeks ago, Supereme court banned Kirpan put on by sikh community , the court issued guidelines to make Kirpan by specific design and metal by Italian company. After this prohibition on Kirpan’s model from Italy Supreme court, now the

Meet world’s most beautiful Bodyguards

Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi was well known for his female bodyguards worldwide. The whole caravan of female bodyguards move with Gaddafi. Not just Gaddafi but many of the world’s richest people are there who have female bodyguards. Chinese royal families are fond of having female bodyguards. Chinese President Jinping’s bodyguard also remained in news for sometime.Lady

Pakistani police arrest 20 ordering revenge rape
Pakistani police arrest 20 for ordering ‘revenge rape’

Pakistani police arrest 20 ordering revenge rape. LAHORE: Some 20 people from Multan, Pakistan, have been arrested for ordering the rape of a teenage girl, in revenge for a rape her brother allegedly committed.The order was given to the victim’s brother to rape a girl. Both victims are relatives of minor girls. The order was

Arundhati Roy among Man Booker Prize contenders
Arundhati Roy among Man Booker Prize contenders

Paul Auster, Colson Whitehead and past winner Arundhati Roy are among contenders for this year’s Man Booker Prize for fiction. Auster’s intimate epic “4 3 2 1” and Whitehead’s fantasy-tinged historical saga “The Underground Railroad” are among four works by US authors on the list, alongside Emily Fridlund’s coming-of-age story “History of Wolves” and George

Nepal's Deputy PM urges India to play positive role in reducing trade deficit
Nepal’s Deputy PM urges India to play positive role in reducing trade deficit

Nepal’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Education Gopal Man Shrestha has urged India to play a positive role in reducing growing trade deficit of the country in the present context. He made these remarks at a programme ‘ Nepal-India relations in changed context’ organised here on Wednesday by the Centre for Nepal and Asian Studies (CNAS) and Political Science

American Vending machine firm plans employee chip implant scheme
American Vending machine firm plans employee chip implant scheme

The workers are given a thumb machine or punching card to record the attendance and identity of employees in companies. But US vending machine company ‘Three Square Market’ is going to have a special chip inside the body of employees. This chip will act as an ID card and will help the employees in office

In-utero surgery gives baby Sebastian good heart-start in life

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android:- Click For IOS:- When baby Sebastian Havill entered the world, he’d already had two surgeries one done on the tiny infant’s beating heart while he was still in his mother’s womb. The procedure, called a Balloon Atrial Septoplasty, or BAS, was performed

Indian scientist at MIT creates wearable sensor to stop rape
Indian scientist at MIT creates wearable sensor to stop rape

  An Indian scientist at MIT has developed a sticker-like wearable sensor that can detect sexual assault in real time and quickly alert nearby people as well as the victim’s friends and family to seek help. The sensor, which can be attached to any piece of clothing like a sticker, could be trained to learn

Newborn twins found dumped in bushes
Newborn twins found dumped in bushes

In the Southern Brazilian state of Parana, two newborn baby girls were found dumped in bushes. People were hearing cries coming from a bush in Curitiba. People felt that the puppies were making out such noises, but they were shocked to see the two baby girls who had been born at full term. Women said “We

Wrist warn device to prevent road accident
Wrist warn device to prevent road accident

A Latvian Company ‘Creative Mode’ has created a unique device that will help to wake up the driver from asleep while driving by giving a minor Electric shock. This device will help to prevent road accidents. The name of this device is ‘STEER’ which is like a bracelet. This small safety gadget will prevent drivers from

Trump bars transgenders from serving in US military

US President Donald Trump said today transgenders will not serve in the US military “in any capacity”, asserting that their service would bring “tremendous medical costs and disruption”. Announcing the decision on Twitter, Trump said the military would not “allow or accept” transgender service members, reversing a major last year’s decision of his predecessor Barack

Trump bars transgenders from serving in US military

US President Donald Trump said today transgenders will not serve in the US military “in any capacity”, asserting that their service would bring “tremendous medical costs and disruption”. Announcing the decision on Twitter, Trump said the military would not “allow or accept” transgender service members, reversing a major last year’s decision of his predecessor Barack

Canadian court convicted person 25 wives 146 children
Canadian court convicted a person of having 25 wives & 146 children

Canadian court convicted person 25 wives 146 children. Toronto: Two people have been convicted of multiple marriages by a Canadian court. On Monday, the ban on multi-wedding custom in the country was right in its historic decision. One of the convicted persons has 25 wives and 146 children while the other has 5 wives.Winston Black

Canadian MP Sangha wants mutual Cooperation between India and Canada

Canadian MP Sangha wants mutual Cooperation between India and Canada. MP Brampton (Canada) Ramesh Sangha, who is currently on India tour, has stressed the need for more mutual cooperation between the two countries. Underlining the need for strengthening of ties between India and Canada, Sangha said that it would be favorable for both the nations.

Afghanistan:Taliban militants attack Kandahar army camp, 26 dead

At least 26 Afghan soldiers have been killed and 13 wounded in a Taliban attack on a military base in southern Kandahar province, the defence ministry said Wednesday, the latest blow to the country’s struggling security forces.The militants “attacked an army camp in Karzali area of Khakrez district of Kandahar last night,” MoD spokesman General