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Israel has taken preliminary punitive measures against the Spanish consulate in Jerusalem after Spain recognized a Palestinian state.
Israeli airstrikes in Gaza's Rafah have killed at least 35 people, including women and children, according to Palestinian health workers. The attacks came two days after the International Court of Justice ordered Israel to end its military offensive in Rafah.
Sirens sounded in Tel Aviv and parts of central Israel after rockets were fired at the city, marking the first attack since last January. Hamas claimed responsibility for the attack in response to Israel's actions. The health ministry in Gaza reported 81 deaths and 223 injuries from Israeli military operations in the last 24 hours.
Hamas' armed wing claims responsibility for a missile attack on Tel Aviv, citing retaliation for 'Zionist massacres against civilians'.
Aid trucks are entering Gaza from Israel, bypassing the Rafah crossing with Egypt. Scuffles have occurred in Tel Aviv, and the International Criminal Court has issued arrest warrants for leaders. Gaza has reported casualties from Israeli strikes.
Iranian hacker groups, Void Manticore and Scarred Manticore, are using psychological warfare and data destruction in cyberattacks targeting Israel and Albania. The groups employ various tactics, including using custom wipers and establishing access to target networks. The report reveals a strategic partnership between the two groups, amplifying the scale of their attacks.
Hamas claims to have captured Israeli soldiers in Gaza, releasing a video as proof. Israeli military denies the claim.
Elon Musk criticizes WhatsApp for exporting user data, questioning its security. Musk has previously criticized Meta for its advertising practices. Other users on the platform express privacy concerns and criticize data exportation.
Hamas claims to have captured an Israeli soldier in an ambush, but Israel denies the claim. The authenticity of the images released by Hamas is yet to be verified. Israeli military offensive in Gaza continues despite a UN court order to halt it. International efforts for a ceasefire are underway.
Four US Army vessels aiding aid delivery in Gaza have run aground near a temporary pier. Israel is assisting the recovery. UN World Food Programme involved in aid distribution, supported by Joe Biden and UN chief Antonio Guterres.
The Spanish defence minister has called the conflict in Gaza a 'real genocide' and defended Spain's recognition of Palestine as an effort to end violence.
Israeli warplanes continue to strike Rafah despite international pressure, while ceasefire efforts are ongoing. President Joe Biden reaffirms US support for allies and highlights the role of the US in repelling attacks and supporting allies in the Indo-Pacific region.
Passengers travelling to the UAE face stricter immigration checks at Dubai and Abu Dhabi airports to prevent misuse of tourist visas. Random scrutiny is being conducted on passengers landing from airports in Tamil Nadu and Kerala, with first-time travellers being targeted.
Flyers traveling to Dubai and Abu Dhabi airports are facing increased scrutiny as immigration officials attempt to prevent misuse of tourist visas.
Chennai police have arrested three members of Hizb-ut-Tahrir (HuT), a banned terrorist outfit aiming to establish an Islamic State Caliphate and implement Sharia by overthrowing non-Islamic governments.
China conducts military drills around Taiwan, Israel faces setbacks, doubts about Putin's ceasefire offer in Ukraine, Iranian President dies in a helicopter crash, and Vietnam gets a new President.
Italy will resume funding for UNRWA after many nations suspended their support, including the US.
Italy will resume funding for UNRWA as part of a 35 million euro aid package, with 5 million euros going to UNRWA projects and the remainder for the 'Food for Gaza' initiative.
Israel carries out strikes on Rafah despite ICJ order, refuses to comply with ruling
A car explosion in Damascus, Syria, kills one person in the Mazzeh district amid heightened regional tensions.
Video of Israeli soldier burning Quran in Gaza sparks outrage and IDF orders investigation.
Indian film 'All We Imagine As Light' receives standing ovation at Cannes and makes a fashion statement in support of Palestine.
Several Bollywood celebrities were recently spotted in Mumbai, including Saiee Manjrekar and Janhvi Kapoor.
The article discusses the efforts being made to establish a US consulate in Bengaluru in the near future.
Discover the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita and how they can help individuals find purpose in their work. Also, get updates on Israel's Gaza offensive, Western media's portrayal of India, and political attacks in India.
Balika Vadhu fame Mahhi Vij praises son Rajveer with a sweet note on social media, expressing her pride and admiration for him.
The forex reserves have reached a new high, according to the Times of India.
The government of Haryana has deployed backup doctors to provide medical support during the heatwave.
One person is injured after a loft collapses in a bar in Chembur.
Israeli families are calling for more diplomatic pressure on Hamas and for increased humanitarian efforts to secure the release of their loved ones.
Sadhguru explores the lifestyle choice of celibacy and its relationship to spiritual growth in a recent video interview.
Israel's conflict with Hamas in Gaza intensifies as the lack of a governance plan and conflicting views on Hamas' role persist. Benny Gantz presents a post-war plan for Gaza, while US officials engage with the Arab Quint on a potential peacekeeping mission.
The head of Russia's FSB has accused Ukrainian military intelligence of direct involvement in a deadly attack on a concert hall near Moscow that killed over 140 people.
Putin's visit to China strengthens strategic partnership, with implications for other countries including India. Closer cooperation in energy, space, and the military, while criticizing the US. No public commitments to new projects. Differences between Russia and China regarding Central Asia. Cooperation level remains similar to 2022, with a focus on countering the US.
During the funeral procession of Ebrahim Raisi in Iran, people chanted 'Death to America' at the shrine of Imam Reza, expressing their anger against the U.S. Conspiracy theories blame the U.S. and Israel for the chopper crash that killed Raisi.
The UN cannot be expected to stop wars, according to the under secretary-general for peace operations, Jean-Pierre Lacroix, who highlighted the limitations of peacekeeping and the missing prerequisites to stop the war in Gaza and the West Bank.
US President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto meet to discuss partnerships and debt relief, aiming to strengthen ties between the US and Kenya and stabilize the continent.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will address the US Congress soon, showing support to the Israeli government during the war with Hamas.
A significant portion of the population has been excluded from news-making and news process, and one should question the representative quality of newsrooms, said Sashi Kumar, chairman of the media development foundation and Asian College of Journalism (ACJ).
Hamas announces that it has captured an Israeli colonel who was previously reported dead in October.
The UN has resumed aid deliveries to Gaza after a temporary halt due to intercepted truckloads of aid.
Malaysia's Prime Minister wants to engage with both China and the United States, hopes for resolution of their differences, and calls for a ceasefire in Gaza.
A missile attack carried out by Yemen's Houthi rebels in the Red Sea caused no damage to a passing commercial vessel. The Houthis have launched over 50 attacks on shipping in the region since November.
A missile attack by Yemen's Houthi rebels in the Red Sea caused no damage to a passing commercial vessel. The Houthis have launched over 50 attacks on shipping in recent months.
Israel to reprimand Irish, Norwegian, Spanish envoys over Palestine move
Spain, Ireland, and Norway will recognize a Palestinian state on May 28, increasing pressure on Israel and enhancing the Palestinians' international standing.
The US cautions Israel against withholding funds to Palestine, citing destabilization of the West Bank.
Truecaller has partnered with Microsoft to bring Personal Voice technology to its AI Assistant, allowing users to create a digital version of their own voice.
The White House warns Israel against withholding funds to Palestine and opposes unilateral recognition of the state of Palestine.
Prodapt plans to hire 4,000 employees for telecom services expansion and aims to reach $1 billion in revenue by expanding into new markets.
Ireland, Norway, and Spain recognize a Palestinian state, supporting the long-term goal of Palestinian officials. The US emphasizes achieving a Palestinian state through negotiations, not unilateral recognition.
Sun Pharma's Q4 net profit increases by 34% to Rs 2,655 crore. The company's gross sales grow by 10% to Rs 11,813 crore. Dilip Shanghvi appointed as the chairman of the board.
The Gujarat ATS is hunting for those who hid weapons for IS terrorists in Chiloda. Four suspects were arrested, and weapons and ammunition were recovered. Investigations are ongoing to uncover more details about their plans and potential accomplices.
Belgium, Slovenia, and France back ICC warrant bid against Israeli PM and Hamas leaders for war crimes in Gaza and Israel.
Three Indian nationals were among the passengers aboard a Singapore Airlines flight that experienced sudden extreme turbulence, resulting in the death of a British man and injuries to more than two dozen others.
Israel faces fallout as three European countries support the ICC prosecutor's request for arrest warrants for Israeli and Hamas leaders accused of war crimes and crimes against humanity.
China hopes ICC will be 'objective' after arrest warrants sought for Israeli and Hamas leaders.
The EPA has warned that cyberattacks against water utilities in the US are increasing in frequency and severity, with about 70% of utilities inspected by federal officials violating standards meant to prevent breaches. Recent cyberattacks by groups affiliated with Russia and Iran have targeted smaller communities.
Israel and Hamas reject moves to arrest their leaders for war crimes made before the International Criminal Court.
Priyanka Chopra Jonas wows the internet with her new look at an event, posing with Anne Hathaway, Liu Yifei, and Shu Qi.
A video posted by Donald Trump's Truth Social account has caused controversy with hypothetical headlines about a 'unified reich' if he wins the 2024 presidential election, drawing criticism and sparking outrage.
France supports ICC and condemns Hamas, while Israel and the US reject ICC's bid for arrest warrants for Israeli and Hamas leaders.
The U.S. Defence Chief has made a significant claim suggesting that the U.S. Military could be responsible for the crash that resulted in the death of Iran's President Raisi.
The All Assam Students' Union (Aasu) staged protests against the poor condition of roads in Guwahati, demanding immediate action from the government.
Indus Net Technologies (INT) has teamed up with Prime Infoserv to expand into the international cyber security market. INT plans to invest Rs 8-10 crore to enhance cyber security infrastructure in various regions.
Gold surged to a record high of $2,450 an ounce, driven by optimism of easing monetary policy and rising geopolitical tensions in the Middle East.
Benny Gantz, a centrist member of Israel's war cabinet, has threatened to resign if a plan for the future of the war in Gaza is not developed soon.
Iran's President Ebrahim Raisi dies in a helicopter crash, adding to the list of tragic aircraft accidents involving Indian political leaders.
The helicopter crash that killed Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has sparked speculation about the circumstances and potential involvement of Israel, although experts find this theory unlikely. The timing of the crash exacerbates regional tensions and could embolden proxy groups.
US President Joe Biden faced a silent anti-war protest at a graduation event at Morehouse College in Atlanta, where participants wore Palestinian colors in protest at Israel's military incursion in Gaza.
Israel's war cabinet faces turmoil as Gantz threatens to quit, but analysts believe Netanyahu's coalition remains secure for now.
Israel seeks US support against Palestinian state, warns of Iran's threat
Iran has confirmed indirect talks with the United States in Oman, following recent tensions between the two countries.
A video of Dubai's ruler bonding with his grandson goes viral on Instagram.
Despite protests and discontent, the Biden campaign remains hopeful that young voters will support him in the upcoming election.
Israeli strike on Nuseirat refugee camp in Gaza kills 20 people, according to a hospital statement.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan met to discuss Israel's war in Gaza and seek to complete a broad bilateral agreement, the Saudi state news agency reported on Sunday.
Israeli forces enter parts of northern Gaza Strip, killing and wounding dozens of Palestinians. They also recover the remains of a hostage seized by Hamas in October.
IMD issues red alert for northwest India as mercury rises
Sanjay Leela Bhansali discusses the secrets of his new film Heeramandi and his artistic vision in Bollywood.
Fierce fighting and mass displacement in Gaza's Rafah as Israel continues assault against Hamas militants.
The US Navy has installed a floating pier off the coast of Gaza to facilitate the delivery of humanitarian aid. Trucks carrying aid are expected to begin moving ashore soon, with the United Nations coordinating distribution into Gaza.
The UAE is demanding reforms from the Palestinian Authority, aligning itself with the US and Israel. Tensions have escalated as the Emirates blocked a proposed resolution to allocate $100 million monthly to the PA. The UAE's stance challenging President Mahmoud Abbas's leadership has garnered support from Israeli Defence Minister Yoav Galant.
A ship in the Red Sea was attacked and damaged following a warning from Houthi rebels to Israel-bound ships.
Saudi Aramco signs MoUs with American companies to develop lower-carbon energy solutions.
Indian talent is in high demand globally, with increasing mobility agreements being finalized. External affairs minister S Jaishankar emphasized the need for fair treatment of Indian talent and the urgency to scale up skilling efforts at home. The government aims to establish India as a leading center for innovation, research, and design. Jaishankar also addressed the ongoing crises in Ukraine, Gaza, and Asia, emphasizing India's commitment to mitigating their impact and contributing to global stability.
James Hevia discusses the treatment and losses of animals in colonial warfare during the British Raj, highlighting the lack of organization and sensitivity towards animals used in war and the rise of veterinary science and advocacy for better treatment.
Stellantis and Leapmotor International have formed a joint venture to expand global EV sales and establish production facilities outside China.
BJP candidate Ravneet Singh Bittu unveils vision document with promises of an industrial park, AIIMS, and improved air connectivity in Ludhiana. He also plans to propose a global exhibition and convention centre, and conduct a feasibility survey for a metro rail network.
AICC spokesperson criticizes Modi's campaign and interviews, while MPCC president predicts MVA's success in Maharashtra and criticizes Modi's lack of humanity.
The first trucks carrying aid have entered Gaza via a US-built pier, according to the US military. The aid is being transported from Cyprus and is expected to help alleviate the dire humanitarian situation in Gaza.
Palestinian truckers fear for safety after Israeli protesters wrecked trucks carrying goods bound for Gaza.
The UK's Labour Party outlines its foreign policy plans, including closer relations with Europe and continued support for Ukraine and Palestinian statehood. The party aims to negotiate a new EU 'security pact' and strengthen its commitment to NATO. Analysts expect a change in tone and a move towards closer engagement with global bodies if Labour wins power.
Fierce fighting erupts in northern Gaza as Israeli forces clash with Hamas. UN aids distribution of aid via sea as land routes are unsafe.
Indian embassy officials in Israel pay tribute to retired Colonel Kale who was killed in Gaza
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