Japan, NATO step up ties amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine
Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has been invited to the NATO summit later this month and is reportedly considering attending the meeting, which would make him the first Japanese leader to do so.
'If released, he will jeopardize investigation': CBI opposes Manish Sisodia's bail plea
Ranveer Singh pips Virat Kohli to become India's most valuable celebrity
'Parliament cannot abdicate responsibility to respect my right': Rahul writes to LS Speaker again
'You have 80,000 cops...How has everyone been arrested, except Amritpal': HC raps Punjab govt
Cyclone Freddy affects 500,000 people in Malawi; death toll hits 500
Fugitive businessman Mehul Choksi dropped off Interpol's Red Corner Notice list