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  1. Amid a huge diplomatic firestorm between the two countries, the Canada-based associate firm of Indian auto giant Mahindra & Mahindra, Resson Aerospace Corporation, has ceased to exist, the company said in its regulatory filing.
  2. Apple Inc.'s latest iPhones and watches went on sale Friday, a test of whether a new smartphone design and modest smartwatch changes can help return the company to growth.
  3. NASA's first mission to retrieve an asteroid sample and return it to US is expected to reach a perilous finale on Sunday with a descent into the Utah desert. Scientists hope the material will help understand the formation of solar system.
  4. The US is in touch with Indians at high levels after Ottawa said Indian government agents had links to the murder of a Sikh separatist leader in Canada, and Washington is giving no "special exemption" in the matter, US national security adviser said.
  5. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will visit Canada to meet Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and address the Canadian parliament in Ottawa, Trudeau's office said in a statement late on Thursday, after Zelensky's U.S. visit wrapped up.
  6. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday called on India to cooperate with its investigation into the murder of a Khalistani terrorist after earlier this week pointing to Indian agents as suspects.
  7. China's Vice President Han Zheng said the country is committed to opening itself wider to the world and will always be a member of the big family of developing countries.
  8. A local court in Islamabad on Thursday summoned former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on September 25 in a case related to his alleged 'un-Islamic' marriage with Bushra Bibi, Pakistan-based The Express Tribune reported citing Express News.
  9. China warned Thursday at the United Nations not to underestimate its "strong will" on Taiwan, while saying Beijing preferred peaceful means to take the self-governing democracy.
  10. Ukrainian President Volodmyr Zelensky won pledges of unstinting support and air defense weapons from President Joe Biden on Thursday, but he warned that Russia could still defeat Kyiv if Republican lawmakers cut US military aid.
  11. US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan on Thursday said he will not be going into the substance of private diplomatic conversations.
  12. The United States is in touch with India and Canada after Ottawa said Indian government agents had links to the murder of a Sikh separatist leader in British Columbia, U.S. national security adviser Jake Sullivan said on Thursday.
  13. President Joe Biden will announce a new military aid package for Ukraine on Thursday that will include air defense systems and other weaponry to help Kyiv ahead of a tough winter, White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan said.
  14. The contest organised by Henan Provincial Human Sperm Bank aims to find both the man with the highest sperm count and the most vigorous sperm.
  15. Azerbaijan and Armenian separatists from the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh held their first direct peace talks Thursday, after Baku claimed to have regained control over the breakaway region in a lightning military operation.
  16. A 59-year-old man in Kentucky died after being stung by a swarm of bees while moving potting soil.
  17. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky warned Thursday as he faced Republican skeptics in the US Congress that Kyiv will lose its war against the Russian invasion if the flow of billions of dollars in aid gets cut.
  18. Israeli authorities are investigating the theft of a tank from a military training zone, which was later found abandoned in a junkyard.
  19. A 19-year-old man was rescued after getting stuck dangling from a rope beneath California's tallest bridge while filming a video of himself swinging.
  20. China will not stand by idly if the German government decides to restrict the use of components from Chinese firms such as Huawei and ZTE in its 5G network, the Chinese embassy in Berlin said on Thursday.