Hugging outside the White House June 26, U.S. President Donald Trump and India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi heralded an increasingly close strategic partnership as the U.S. branded a top militant from neighboring Pakistan as a “global terrorist.”
The Treasury has completed technical works to issue “gold bonds and gold-based lease certificates” by the end of the year, in an attempt to lure tons of “under-the-pillow” gold back into the economy, Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Şimşek has said.
Queen Elizabeth II is set to receive an increase in the official funding she receives each year.
The old cinema building in Safranbolu, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List and is listed as one of the world’s 20 best preserved cities, will be turned into a cinema museum and library.
Myanmar, Thailand and Cambodia torched nearly $1 billion worth of seized narcotics on June 26, a defiant show of force as police struggle to stem the rising flow of drugs in the region
Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım on June 21 urged Turkey’s banking sector to cut interest rates, saying if it does not then the government will itself take forcible measures
Researchers analyzed DNA from ancient cats as old as 9,000 years from Europe, Africa and Asia, finding evidence of two major dispersals from the Middle East
Yoga has connected the world with India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on June 21, as he rolled out his mat along with millions of others across the globe to celebrate the ancient practice.
Turkish Cabin Interior Inc. (TCI), a joint venture of Turkish Airlines, Turkish Technic and Turkish Aerospace Industries, has agreed a new deal with one of India’s largest airlines to manufacture onboard galleys, it was announced on June 21.
The Consulate General of India in Istanbul and Bursa is celebrating the Third International Day of Yoga. Organized in the Kalamış Park and at Akmerkez Rooftop in Istanbul and on the FSM Bulvar in Bursa, the free event includes yoga practice sessions, breathing exercises, and demonstration of different styles of yoga for all.
Istanbul has received its share of knocks over time, but it remains the planet’s most beautiful city, according to long-time travel guide and writer Saffet Emre Tonguç. The city resists with the strength it takes from its 8,500 years of history, Tonguç says
The Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEİK) will soon adopt a state-basis model in its approach to the United States, establishing business councils in a number of states across the country rather than only in the capital Washington, DEİK President Ömer Cihad Vardan has told daily Dünya.
Lockheed Martin signed an agreement with India’s Tata Advanced Systems on June 19 to produce F-16 fighter planes in India, pressing ahead with a plan to shift its Fort Worth, Texas plant to win billions of dollars worth of order from the Indian military.
A western Indian state has agreed to write off loans to farmers estimated to be worth nearly $5 billion after 11 days of protests that have strangled supplies to the country’s financial capital, Mumbai.
Top officials from China and the EU reaffirm their commitment to a landmark climate deal, even after Trump pulls the US out of the Paris accord
Turkish police have reportedly determined that a ton of drugs seized from a ship in an operation off the Suez Canal belonged to Taliban.
A Pentagon report released on June 6 singled out Pakistan as a possible location for a future Chinese military base, as it forecast that Beijing would likely build more bases overseas after establishing a facility in the African nation of Djibouti.
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When the U.S. president declared he would withdraw his country from the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, he triggered a worldwide discussion on the issue. For Europe it was a “major disappointment,” while similar assessments came from the U.N. secretary general, China, India and others.
The World Bank has raised Turkey’s economic growth projections for the next three years as uncertainties ease, tourism recovers and corporate balance sheets mend under the less severe impacts of the July 2016 coup attempt than previously estimated, according to its Global Economic Prospects report published on June 5.
Kabul will host a multinational peace conference on Afghanistan today, as the capital reels from a wave of bombings and clashes that left more than 100 people dead and hundreds wounded in the last week.
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