Donald Trump hails ‘conceivable advance’s on converses with North Korea

Washington, Mar 7 United States President Donald Trump on Tuesday hailed the ‘possible progress’ on talks with North Korea after the latter said that it was willing to abandon its nuclear weapon program and take part in dialogue with the US.

“Possible progress being made in talks with North Korea. For the first time in many years, a serious serious is being made by all gatherings concerned. The World is watching and pausing! May be false expectation, yet the U.S. is prepared to go hard in either direction!,” Trump wrote on Twitter.

Prior on Tuesday, the two Koreas agreed to hold summit-level talks at the border village of Panmunjom in the intensely watched Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) in late April.

This comes as South Korean President Moon Jae-in sent his agents to Pyongyang for two days this week to meet with Kim, who hosted a welcome dinner for the envoys.

This was the first time South Korean authorities met with the North Korean pioneer face to face since he accepted power


Stormy Daniels sues Trump over non-disclosure assention

Washington, Mar 7 Adult star Stormy Daniels on Tuesday filed a civil lawsuit against United States President Donald Trump looking to nullify a non-disclosure understanding the previous had marked before the US presidential elections in 2016.

The lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles by Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, charged that Trump’s legal advisor Michael Cohen attempted “to hush Clifford using a disgaraceful and procedurally defective arbitration proceeding hidden from public view” last week.

The lawsuit also said that the adult star had publicly claimed she had a “personal relationship” with Trump, following the disclosure that Cohen had paid her USD 130,000 preceding the 2016 race in October a year ago.

The lawsuit looks for a court order that would void an asserted non-disclosure agreement between Trump and Daniels. The suit also claims that Trump never consented to the arrangement “so he could later, if require be, freely deny any learning of the Hush Agreemen


Xi’s ‘Putinisation’ a disturbing call for United States

Washington, Mar 6 China’s recent bid to remove the two-term presidential limits, permitting President Xi Jinping to stay as the nation’s president and the General Secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC), has come in as nothing unexpected, a US-based think tank has said.

As per Dan Bluementhal, the Director of Asian Studies at the American Enterprise Institute, where he centers around East Asian security issues and Sino-American relations, President Xi’s levelheaded move comes at once, when he has put over the most recent six years on collecting political power, recentralising financial and national security policymaking and getting rid of enemies.

Bluementhal included that the Chinese President is an avid admirer of his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin and is copying the last’s different political and national security strategies.

At the point when President Xi assumed control in 2012, China’s economy was destroyed as it was feeling the squeeze of an obligation power


Netanyahu: Air India permitted by Saudi to use its airspace to travel to Israel

Washington, Mar 6 Air India has been permitted by Saudi Arabia to fly over its region on its new course from New Delhi to Tel Aviv, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said today, an extraordinary move which would decrease travel time between the two urban communities by more than two hours.

India’s national bearer Air India is booked to start its non-stop flight between New Delhi and Tel Aviv in few weeks from now.

Collaborating with reporters after his meeting with US President Donald Trump at the White House, Netanyahu said that Air India has consented to an arrangement with Saudi Arabia over the issue.

“Air India signed an arrangement today to travel to Israel over Saudi Arabia,” Netanyahu said.

So far Saudi Arabia has not allowed planes from any nation to fly over it and go to Israel.

Israel does not have diplomatic ties with Saudi Arabia, but rather it was reported that the two countries have been working secretively on their shared security worries over Iran


Turkey captures 12 IS suspects

Turkey, Mar 5 Turkey on Monday captured at least 12 Islamic State (IS) at least 12 Islamic State counter-terrorism raid across the nation over, as indicated by a security source.

The detained suspects, who were foreigners, were found allegedly recruiting people to the feared terror group and were in contact with people in the contention zones of Syria and Iraq.

The source included that the Turkish police were looking for the staying eight suspects.

The detentions came as the US Embassy in Ankara was shut on Monday due to an “unspecified” security threat. In its site, it specified to stay away from the government office and “expansive group” at places that witnesses high footfall and said that the embassy would open soon, Anadolu news agency reported.

Turkey has been involved in a state of emergency since a year ago, as the feared terror association has over and again focused on regular people in suicide bombs, rocket and weapon assaults.

The Turkish military are also inv


Indian Embassy phone lines parodied by fraudsters in US to cheat people for cash

Washington, Mar 5 Indian Embassy phone lines have been parodied by fraudsters in the US to cheat people for cash, as indicated by a warning issued by the mission which cautioned against engaging any suspicious calls.

The Indian Embassy in Washington has informed the US government about it and propelled its own particular inside examination. It likewise issued an uncommon open warning on such extortion calls that has tricked individuals with cash.

“These fraudsters either look for personal information like credit card points of interest and so on or endeavor to coerce cash from Indian nationals by entomb alia asserting that there are mistakes in their international IDs, visa shapes, migration frames and so forth. which could be redressed by paying cash, and in the meantime cautioning that the supposed blunders, if not amended, could bring about expelling of the person to India or their detainment in USA,” the Indian Embassy said in its advisory.

Some of the Indian nationals liv


China raises 2018 defence budget by 8.1 percent

Beijing, Mar 5 China will raise its defence budget by 8.1 percent in 2018, up from a year ago’s 7 percent, as the communist nation looks to shore up its military preparedness, according to a budget report submitted to the national council on Monday.

According to the report, 1.11 trillion yuan (175 billion US dollars) has been reserved in the resistance spending plan.

The development rate, albeit somewhat higher than the last two years, this is the third time that the figures are in single digits since 2013, after 7.6 percent in 2016 and 7 percent in 2017 respectively.

“China’s defence budget takes up a littler share of its gross domestic product (GDP) and national fiscal expenditure compared with other major nations. It’s military spending per capita is likewise lower than other significant nations”, the Xinhua cited Zhang Yesui, the representative for the primary yearly session of the thirteenth National People’s Congress (NPC) as saying.

“A large part of the growth of the