• World a better place now, nations making good progress: Bill Gates January 23, 2014

    The founder of Microsoft Bill Gates said that by looking at headlines, it is easy to get an impression that there's nothing good in the world but by almost any measure, "the world is better than it has ever been." ...
  • Will continue my fight for education, says Malala Yousafzai October 15, 2013

    In an exclusive interview with CNN, 16-year-old Malala Yousafzai, who was shot at by Taliban in 2012 for propagating girls education in Pakistan, said that she will continue her fight of spreading education in the world. ...
  • Watch: Malala Yousafzai talks about her peace mission October 15, 2013

    Watch the full interview of Pakistani teenaged activist Malala Yousafzai with CNN on October 15 at 10.30 pm on CNN-IBN. ...
  • Prince William, Kate Middleton became parents of a baby boy July 23, 2013

    Prince William's wife, Kate, has given birth to a boy, a child now third in line to the British throne. The child was born on Monday, after many Britons woke up to the news that Kate had gone into labor with the couple's first child. The birth announcement, via a...
  • Egypt: Prosecutor issues arrest warrant against Muslim Brotherhood leader Badie July 11, 2013

    Egypt's prosecutor has issued an arrest warrant against the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood Mohammed Badie and nine others. Badie is accused of inciting violence in Cairo in which at least 55 people were killed. Over 600 people were detained for the violence. ...
  • Bangladesh building collapse: PM Sheikh Hasina defends govt May 3, 2013

    Five hundred fifty people lost their lives in a building collapse in Bangladesh but Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is defending her government saying there was nothing that could have been done to prevent the tragedy. ...
  • Watch: PM's daughter takes on CIA over torture operations, says 54 nations assisted it February 7, 2013

    Prime Minsiter's Manmohan Singh's daughter blew the whistle on the CIA's detention torture operations. The revelations are significant as US President Barack Obama's CIA nominee John Brennan will face the Senate for his confirmation hearings on Thursday. Amrit Singh spoke to CNN's Christian Amanpour. ...
  • Will continue to resist Israel: Hamas chief November 25, 2012

    A fragile truce between Israel and Hamas appears to be holding. But Hamas' political chief Khaled Meshaal says they will continue to resist Israel, accusing Tel Aviv of rejecting peace. ...
  • Pak announces $ 1 million bounty on Malala's shooter October 16, 2012

    Pakistani teenage rights activist who was shot at by Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan, Malala Yousufzai, has been sent to Britain for further treatment, according to reports. Malala was shot in the head by the Taliban last week for speaking out against them. An air ambulance had arrived at Benazir Bhutto International Airport...
  • Ending violence is not enough for restoring peace: Suu Kyi June 17, 2012

    Twenty-one years after she won the Nobel peace prize, Myanmar's democracy activist Aung San Suu Kyi gave her acceptance speech for it on Saturday. ...
  • Watch: Role of Iran's women in elections June 12, 2009

    There's no doubt that Iran's election could break barriers for women. ...
  • Watch: Causalities on rise in Gaza but lesser facilities January 6, 2009

    550 people have died and more than 2500 injured. ...
  • We will not target their citizens: Israel Foreign Minister January 5, 2009

    Four Israelis have died in rocket attacks till now. ...
  • NY philharmonic orchestra plays in N Korea February 24, 2008

    New Delhi: Former cricketers on Tuesday slammed the Indian team's abject surrender to England in their Test series whitewash, saying tough decisions are needed to improve performance and the fitness of the team. The former cricketers said it was time to infuse new talents in the team and groom them...
  • NY philharmonic orchestra plays in N Korea February 24, 2008

    New Delhi: Former cricketers on Tuesday slammed the Indian team's abject surrender to England in their Test series whitewash, saying tough decisions are needed to improve performance and the fitness of the team. The former cricketers said it was time to infuse new talents in the team and groom them...