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07 Sep 2018

White House

Donald Trump may replace Defense Secretary Jim Mattis: Report

US President Donald Trump is seeking to replace Defense Secretary Jim Mattis because of the sharp differences between them, a report in The Washington Post claimed.

06 Sep 2018


Bob Woodward's book, a work of fiction: US President Trump

US President Donald Trump has described famed investigative journalist Bob Woodward's forthcoming book, which has some damaging revelation about his presidency, as a work of fiction.

05 Sep 2018

South Korea

After chemical-attacks, Trump wanted to assassinate Assad, claims Woodward's book

US President Donald Trump wanted to assassinate his Syrian counterpart Bashar-al-Assad in wake of a chemical attack on civilians, a new book by Bob Woodward claims.

05 Sep 2018

North Korea

Xi to send top official to North Korea anniversary celebrations

Chinese President Xi Jinping will send a close ally to North Korea's 70th-anniversary celebrations, it was announced yesterday, following speculations he would use the occasion to make his first official Pyongyang trip.

03 Sep 2018

Pakistan News

Our money, not aid: Pakistan tells US after $300mn canceled

In a counter to the United States, Pakistan on Sunday said the $300 million (which was canceled) wasn't an aid but reimbursement that should be paid.

03 Sep 2018

Barack Obama

Philippine leader Rodrigo Duterte apologizes for cursing Obama

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has apologized to former US President Barack Obama for calling him a "son of a whore" in 2016, which sparked a new low in their nations' long alliance.

Pakistan's failure to curb terrorism costs it $300mn-aid from Pentagon

In what is another proof of deteriorating ties between the United States and Pakistan, the Pentagon has canceled aid of $300 million over the country's failure to tackle terrorism.

Won't back down on Trump lawsuit, says NY Attorney General

Lawyers for US President Donald Trump have asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit brought against his charitable foundation by New York's Attorney General, arguing that it was politically motivated.

31 Aug 2018

Sushma Swaraj

There is no change in H-1B visa policy: US official

There is no change in the US' H-1B visa policy which is currently undergoing a review to ensure that it does not disadvantage US workers or wages, a senior Trump Administration official has said.

30 Aug 2018

White House

US: Trump warns of violent change if Republicans lose midterms

US President Donald Trump warned evangelical leaders that if Republicans lose control of Congress in the midterm elections, Democrats will institute change violently.

29 Aug 2018


Despite Google's assurances, Trump might regulate Google over 'bias'

In Donald Trump's latest outburst, the President has accused Google of rigging search results and displaying only negative stories about him.

28 Aug 2018


Two Indians among 19 people arrested for entering US illegally

Two Indian nationals were among 19 people arrested by the United States border patrol officials in California for entering the country illegally by boat from Mexico.

27 Aug 2018


Donald Trump draws US flag wrong, gets trolled on Twitter

It's been a stressful week for US President Donald Trump, as two of his ex-associates have been arrested on charges of finance violations.

27 Aug 2018


Iran to fight for lifting of US sanctions at ICJ

Iran will argue today against renewed sanctions imposed by the US, as a bitter legal battle between Iran and the US opens before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague, Netherlands.

26 Aug 2018

Star Wars

Trump drowns in TIME's latest cover, Twitterati is in awe

The latest TIME cover featuring USA President Donald Trump has got everyone talking, unsurprisingly. The striking cover has the POTUS struggling to catch a breath as his Oval House is drowning, with the words 'In Deep' written.

26 Aug 2018


RaGa talks about India's job crisis, 2019 elections in London

Rahul Gandhi yesterday said that people support populist leaders like US President Donald Trump and PM Narendra Modi because they are angry over not having jobs, as the Congress President stepped up his attack on the BJP and the RSS.

26 Aug 2018

John McCain

US Senator and war-hero John McCain dies at 81

US Senator John McCain breathed his last on Saturday surrounded by his family, an announcement from his office revealed. He was 81.

23 Aug 2018

Hillary Clinton

Trump predicts market would 'crash' if he is impeached

US President Donald Trump said in an interview aired today that American economy would collapse if he was impeached.

23 Aug 2018

White House

Trump: Hush money came from my pocket, not campaign funds

A day after US President Donald Trump's long-time personal lawyer and fixer, Michael Cohen, pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations, Trump has refuted Cohen's allegations.

22 Aug 2018


#WeirdestDateEver: Woman convinces dozens of men to participate in 'live-Tinder'

On Sunday, scenes at New York's Union Square were unprecedented. Thousands of men had come to meet their Tinder date, who was actually the same woman!

22 Aug 2018

White House

Trump's ex-lawyer pleads guilty, implicates him in campaign finance violations

On Tuesday, US President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer and fixer, Michael Cohen, pleaded guilty to violating campaign-finance laws and other charges.

21 Aug 2018


US asks Pakistan to act against all 'externally-oriented' terror groups

The US has expressed concern over terrorist groups continuing to enjoy safe haven in Pakistan and is asking the country to do more against "externally oriented" extremist outfits, Alice Wells, the Head of South and Central Asian Bureau at US State Department said.

21 Aug 2018

Sushma Swaraj

2+2 dialogue important opportunity to enhance engagement with India: US

The US has said the upcoming "2+2 dialog" with India is an important opportunity to enhance engagement on a range of diplomatic issues and discuss how to operationalize India's status as a major defense partner.

20 Aug 2018


Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey talks about his "left-leaning" bias

With US President Donald Trump repeatedly alleging that Twitter "shadow bans" conservative voices, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has responded, saying that he himself and several Twitter employees have a "left-leaning" bias, but that doesn't affect Twitter's policy.

18 Aug 2018

Barack Obama

Bomb that killed 40 Yemeni children supplied by US: Report

The bomb that killed 40 children and 11 others in a Saudi-led coalition air strike on a bus in Yemen was sold by the US under a State Department deal with Saudi Arabia.

18 Aug 2018

Trump Administration

US: Trump team predicts an economic boom contradicting most analysts

Is the latest pickup in the US economic growth destined to slow in the years ahead as most analysts say? Or, as the Trump administration insists, is the economy on the cusp of an explosive boom that will reward Americans and defy those expectations?

China to send negotiator to US for trade-talks this month

China will send a top negotiator to the United States in late August to resume trade talks, Chinese Commerce Ministry said today, the first public meeting on the subject in weeks as the trade conflict intensifies.

14 Aug 2018

El Salvador

US: Over 100 illegal immigrants, including Indians, detained by border-officials

Over 100 people, including some Indians, have been detained by the US Border Patrol and Immigration officials in separate enforcement actions for illegally entering and living in the United States.

13 Aug 2018

White House

After Stormy Daniels, it's TV-star Manigault Newman vs Donald Trump

US President Donald Trump has one word to describe former White House staffer and fellow reality-TV star Omarosa Manigault Newman: "Lowlife."

12 Aug 2018

Pakistan News

Trump administration suspends military training with Pakistan, says media report

The Trump administration has suspended more than a decade-long military training program of Pakistani personnel at US institutions, the Dawn newspaper reported yesterday, quoting official sources.

11 Aug 2018


5 most exciting Easter Eggs in Far Cry 5

For those unaware, Easter eggs are intentionally hidden jokes or secret messages in games or movies.

10 Aug 2018

New Jersey

Melania's parents become US citizens using Trump's hated 'chain migration'

US President Donald Trump's Slovenian in-laws became US citizens yesterday through "chain migration", a program he has repeatedly denounced, in which adult American citizens can obtain citizenship for their relatives.

08 Aug 2018


Facebook data breach: CBI initiates preliminary inquiry against Cambridge Analytica

The CBI has initiated a preliminary inquiry against Cambridge Analytica and Global Science Research (GSR) for alleged illegal personal data harvesting of Indians from Facebook.

08 Aug 2018


Trump hosts Nooyi, Banga among top corporate leaders for dinner

PepsiCo's outgoing CEO Indra Nooyi and MasterCard's Chief Executive Ajay Banga were among a small group of top corporate leaders hosted by US President Donald Trump for a dinner at his private golf club in New Jersey to hear their perspective on the state of the country's economy.

08 Aug 2018

US Supreme Court

Trump nominates Indian-American professor Aditya Bamzai to Civil Liberties board

US President Donald Trump has nominated a prominent Indian-American law professor and legal expert to an agency on privacy and civil liberties.

07 Aug 2018


US hits Iran again with tough, unilateral sanctions

The US re-imposed a wave of tough, unilateral sanctions against Iran today, bringing back into effect harsh penalties that had been lifted under a historic, multi-party nuclear agreement that President Donald Trump abandoned in May.

06 Aug 2018

Russia News

Russian lawyer meeting: Trump ties himself up in knots

US President Donald Trump has landed himself in a PR fiasco with his latest statement on a June'16 meeting between his son and a Russian lawyer.

05 Aug 2018

Melania Trump

After Trump insults LeBron James, wife Melania praises basketball star

United States' First Lady Melania Trump praised LeBron James after her husband President Donald Trump commented on the basketball star's intelligence.

04 Aug 2018


Trump taunts on LeBron's intelligence, Twitterati supports basketball star

In a late-night Twitter rant on Friday, President of US Donald Trump taunted star basketball player LeBron James after his interview with CNN host Don Lemon.

Ex-Trump aide Paul Manafort considered himself above the law: Prosecutors

Paul Manafort orchestrated a multimillion-dollar conspiracy to evade US tax, leaving behind a trail of lies as he lived a lavish lifestyle, prosecutors said as they laid out their case against the former Trump campaign chairman.