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N.Korea slams Australia for aligning with US, S. Korea

Pyongyang, Oct 14, North Korea criticised and threatened Australia on Saturday for aligning itself with South Korea and the US and for its attitude towards the Kim Jong-un regime, according to state-run media. “Lately, Australia is showing dangerous moves of zealously joining the frenzied political and military provocations of the US against North Korea,” KCNA

Rocket Man

Rockets to U.S. ‘inevitable’ after Trump dubs Kim ‘rocket man’: North Korea

Rocket Man: North Korea has said that firing its rockets at the US mainland was “inevitable” after Donald Trump called Pyongyang’s leader “rocket man”, in a further escalation of rhetoric between the two leaders.In response Trump appeared to repeat earlier threats against the Kim regime, tweeting late on Saturday night that the country may not

Trump roasted embarrassing

Trump roasted for embarrassing typo-filled tweets

Trump roasted for embarrassing typo-filled tweets. It took U.S. President Donald Trump a whopping three tries to correctly spell a particularly innocuous word in a set of tweets, which has now resulted in the world tapping into their creative juices and generating humor from the snafus.Addressing the stream of protests and counter-protests particularly those in

Sikhs in America: History of Hate

American Sikhs: Sikh community leaders in America say that the Sikh community is mainly targeting the racial and hate crimes being committed there.Community leaders recall this while remembering six Sikhs killed in firing by white racist five years ago in Gurdwara, located in Wisconsin city.  Sikh-American citizens, MPs, Government officials and local leaders participated in a


Rupee up 3 paise at 64.32 on sustained dollar-selling

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS The rupee firmed up by three paise to 64.32 against the dollar on increased selling of the American currency by exporters and banks amid higher inflows of foreign funds.Forex dealers said besides sustained selling of the greenback by banks