Corruption is in every human being: Aamir Khan
Corruption is in every human being: Aamir Khan

Bollywood actor-producer Aamir Khan Saturday said corruption is an evil that every human being needs to weed out of his or her system to have a larger impact on the country's progress.

Singapore bans documentary on political exiles

Singapore has banned a documentary on political exiles who have lived abroad for decades, saying the film undermines national security, highlighting the wealthy city-state`s uneasiness over public debate on politics. 

Has Jihad become a tool in politics to win election?

This episode of Zee Media's Bharat Bhagya Vidhata discussed whether Jihad has become a tool in politics to win election.

Number of migrants in Britain up 39 percent

Net migration to Britain increased by more than a third in the past year, official figures showed Thursday, making a key pledge by Prime Minister David Cameron to cut numbers even more improbable.

Zambia president sacks minister amid succession battle

Zambian president Michael Sata on Thursday sacked his justice minister, a top contender in the battle to succeed the reportedly ailing leader.

Zimbabwe politicians warned against attacking Mugabe`s wife

President Robert Mugabe`s ZANU-PF party on Thursday warned party members against bad-mouthing the veteran leader`s wife, following her shock entry into politics.

New Zealand PM brushes off dirty tricks row in debate

Prime Minister John Key dismissed allegations of dirty tricks in the New Zealand election campaign as a "distraction" Thursday during his first televised debate with opposition leader Labour Party David Cunliffe.

France's new economy minister sparks storm over '35-hour' law

France`s new economy minister touched off a political storm Thursday, only one day into the job, with comments made before he was appointed about the controversial "35-hour" labour law.

British deputy PM to meet PM Modi in trade trip

Britain`s deputy prime minister Nick Clegg begins a trade mission to India on Monday, where he will meet the country`s prime minister Narendra Modi in a bid to strengthen economic ties.

Renamo rebels say ceasefire signed with Mozambique government

Maputo: Mozambique`s government and the rebel movement Renamo have signed a ceasefire ending two years of armed conflict, Renamo said on Sunday.

Talks resume to end Pakistan political drama

The party of Pakistani opposition politician Imran Khan held talks with the government aimed at ending tense protests on Friday, even as it submitted the resignations of 34 lawmakers from parliament.

Iran denies linking Iraq role to Western sanctions

Iran on Thursday denied linking any future cooperation with the international community against jihadists in Iraq to the lifting of crippling Western sanctions.

Now, surnames matter less in politics: Arun Jaitley

Taking a dig at politics of dynasty, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said times have changed and now surnames do not seem to matter in politics.

Will Rajinikanth join PM Narendra Modi?

It`s not a new phenomenon for our filmstars and celebrities turn politicians. We have a number of actors like Hema Malini, Gul Panag, Govinda, Kirron Kher and Jaya Bachchan who have actively been a part of the political arena.

Mallika Sherawat in trouble for insulting Tri-color again

The controversial Tri color depiction in the first look of `Dirty Politics` has come under fire again as human rights activist, T. Dhangopal Rao, went to court against it in the city.

`Eliminating misogyny` key to shaking up Japan`s workforce: UNDP chief

Japan must work to "eliminate misogyny" if it wants to draw more women into the workforce as part of a wider bid to stimulate the economy, said the head of the United Nations Development Programme.

Ukraine ruling coalition dissolved setting stage for early vote

Ukraine`s ruling parliamentary majority was officially disbanded on Thursday, setting the stage for early legislative elections in the strife-torn ex-Soviet state.

British foreign secretary would vote to leave EU

Britain`s new Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond confirmed Sunday he would vote to leave the EU unless London can repatriate powers from Brussels.

`Sanctions` threat for Russia over MH17 crash site access

France, Britain and Germany warned Russia Sunday it could face further EU sanctions if it did not press pro-Kremlin separatists in Ukraine to allow unfettered access to the crash site of flight MH17.

Jokowi: meteoric rise of a political outsider

He was raised in a bamboo shack in a riverbank slum on Indonesia`s main island of Java.