The US has launched a criminal investigation into Snowden, but has yet to file a formal extradition request to Hong Kong authorities.
Sri Lanka beat Australia by 20 runs to enter Champions Trophy semis
Sri Lanka hold their nerve to reach semi-final
US to hold Afghan peace talks with Taliban in Doha
The United States will meet the Taliban next week in talks in Doha aimed at achieving peace in Afghanistan, where the United States has battled Taliban insurgents for 12 years, US officials said.
Adventure of Everest begins at tiny Nepal airstrip
The adventure and danger of visiting Mount Everest begins at the tiny Nepal airstrip built by Sir Edmund Hillary. The airstrip is widely known as one of the most extreme and dangerous in the world.
NEW DELHI: A database of one lakh offshore entities in tax havens owned by, among others, 498 Indians with addresses in upscale enclaves in major cities, generated a huge buzz on Saturday with agencies expected to try and decipher the disclosures.
MELBOURNE: An Indian couple from Punjab have won the right to stay in Australia after applying for refugee status on the grounds that they may be subjected to honour killing in India for an inter-caste love marriage.
At least 25 people were killed in Quetta when militants blew up a bus carrying women students and attacked the emergency ward of a hospital treating survivors. The hospital attack lasted several hours and ended when security forces stormed the building, freeing 35 hostages. No group has claimed responsibility for the attack.
NEW DELHI: Seeking to fish in troubled waters, Congress on Saturday extended an olive branch to JD(U) describing it as a "secular and like-minded party" on the eve of a possible decision by Nitish Kumar's party to snap ties with the BJP-led NDA.
London — Indian tennis pair Mahesh Bhupathi and Rohan Bopanna entered the men's doubles semifinals of the Aegon Championships with a hard fought victory over fifth seeded British pair Colin Fleming and Jonathan Marray here.