By Gopi Chandra Kharel | Jun 17, 2013 10:44 am
Even when the much-sensationalised hacking of American phone records and internet data by the National Security Agency (NSA) had still not waned in the spiralling wave of discussions related to boundaries in intelligence surveillance, British newspaper The Guardian has put the UK government into tro...
By Gopi Chandra Kharel | Jun 16, 2013 08:11 am
Even when it is not clear on the nature of 'support' the United States will render to the long battered Syrian rebel forces, the fact that the much-awaited support from the most important member of the international community will be available, at least in theory and speeches, comes with many impounding questions.
By Precious Silva | Jun 15, 2013 04:02 am
Every year or two years, it becomes necessary to change personal computing devices for several reasons. One their systems get outdated quick and two better and seemingly more convenient and functional computers always come out. Lately, the hype is on ultrabooks and convertibles? Are they really better than the previously hyped touch screens or tablets?.
By Fran Green | Jun 14, 2013 14:09 pm
Iran's 50 million voters face important questions over its international isolation and a economy in freefall
By Gopi Chandra Kharel | Jun 13, 2013 10:51 am
Adding to the string of embarrassing revelations of US government's Security Intelligence strategies, whistleblower Edward Snowden has come in the spotlight once again making claims that the US government has been hacking into the computer networks of China for years.
By Graeme Mackay | Jun 12, 2013 17:52 pm
On 26 January 2013, French forces liberated the city of Gao in Mali after it had endured a 10-month-long occupation by Islamic extremists calling themselves the Movement for Oneness and Jihad in West Africa (MUJAO) and its close ally, Ansar Dine.
By Fran Green | Jun 11, 2013 10:47 am
After Gholam-Ali Haddad-Adel and Mohammad Reza Aref withdraw, IBTimes UK reviews looks at challengers for Mahmoud Ahmadinejad job.
By Gopi Chandra Kharel | Jun 01, 2013 15:59 pm
If your father gave you the most desirable gift on earth, you would make the most out of it. Bhutanese received a gift of sorts five years ago when they were enshrined with the power to elect their own leaders through voting. Democracy is a new word for them, but here is a tiny Himalayan nation which seems to have long moved on from its naivety.
By Graeme Mackay | May 28, 2013 14:09 pm
When it comes to the two Koreas even table tennis is a political battleground, says Graeme Mackay.
By Raymond Ronamai | May 24, 2013 16:40 pm
It was like a scene from a Bollywood film where a dutiful police officer bashes up the goons. The Delhi police, who were not long ago slammed for failing to curb crime in the capital, swing into action and arrested three cricketers from Mumbai last week in connection with spot-fixing scandal.
By Vittorio Hernandez | May 15, 2013 00:12 am
All eyes are on the controversial Nancy Binay, the 40-year-old daughter of the Philippine vice president who got the fifth highest number of votes in the May 13 mid-term election despite her lack of political experience.
By Graeme Mackay | May 14, 2013 11:18 am
On 25 April 2013 the French Ministry of Labour posted the latest unemployment figures for March - an increase of 36,900 and the 23rd consecutive monthly increase - which showed that 3.224 million were signed up and looking for work. The Ministry admitted that this figure broke the previous record set in 1997 of 3.