The clutch of fist-sized eggs was discovered this week by environmental officers and local villagers near a pond in southwestern Koh Kong province, according to the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), which assisted with the discovery.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that the killing of people by cow vigilantes is unacceptable. "Killing people in the name of Gau Bhakti is not acceptable," he said, stressing, "No person in this nation has the right to take the law in his or her own hands in this country."
A Saudi Arabian official today denied a report that former Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef was confined to a palace and barred from travelling abroad after he was replaced by his cousin Prince Mohammed bin Salman as next to the throne.
India today played down the usage of "Indian administered Jammu and Kashmir" by the United States in a statement issued during the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying similar terms have been used in the past also.
China denounced a Europol report today that accused China of being the main source of counterfeit goods in the European Union, calling it "irresponsible" while vowing to continue the crackdown on intellectual property right violations.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014), starring Andrew Garfield, was considered a financial and critical disappointment. Sensing the writing was on the wall, Sony Pictures Entertainment's then co-chairman Amy Pascal agreed in 2015 to allow Marvel Studios - after months of lobbying - to produce a new series of Spider-Man movies
Army Chief General Bipin Rawat is in Sikkim today amid a standoff between Indian troops and the Chinese army along the border in the sensitive sector. At the heart of the dispute is a road being built by China in Doklam, where it has a territorial dispute with Bhutan. Beijing on Wednesday virtually accused India of having a "hidden agenda" hinting that New Delhi is trying to stop it from building the road on Bhutan's behalf. Bhutan has lodged a formal protest asking China to stop work on the road.
The US Supreme Court's partial reinstatement of President Donald Trump's controversial travel ban has immigration lawyers and travelers trying to unpack how exactly the ban will be implemented when it takes effect Thursday.