Emmerson Mnangagwa was sworn in as Zimbabwe's new President in front of thousands of cheering supporters at Harare's national stadium.
The Pandavas are believed to have spent a significant time of their exile in the premises of the temple
Trump's promise to repeal ObamaCare comes in the backdrop of an unexpected surge in the enrolment in the health-care law.
The Paris prosecutor's office says three people who were put into custody in an investigation into the January 2015 attacks on Charlie Hebdo magaz
Paving way for the return of over 6 lakh Rohingya refugees, Bangladesh on Thursday said it has inked a deal with the Myanmar government to facilitate
China and Tibet enjoyed a close relationship, though there were occasional "fights", says Dalai Lama.
The two incidents underline the insecurity and lawlessness across Afghanistan
Blow to senior Baloch leader.
Mugabe, who had led Zimbabwe from independence in 1980, stepped down on Tuesday.
Former first daughter of the United States is enjoying her university life.
Smartphone footage, which quickly went viral, showed the bespectacled man casually snatch the snake's tail and then smash its head on the floor in a v
Asri Yusoff, police chief in the northern Malaysian state of Kedah, said the fugitive was picked up near the border with Thailand's Sadoa district, wh