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29 Jan 2019United States of America
US: Sikhs distribute gift cards, Indian food to TSA employees
The Sikh community of Indiana State in the US distributed Indian food and gift cards to the employees of the federal Transportation and Security Administration who haven't received their pay checks due to the partial government shutdown lasting for a record over 35 days.
26 Jan 2019US Government
US: Trump temporarily ends longest government shutdown in history
Amid mounting pressure and increasing disruptions in government functioning, US President Donald Trump, on Friday, sounded a strategic retreat and temporarily ended the longest US government shutdown in history.
25 Jan 2019Netflix
Here's what it might cost Netflix to keep 'The Office'
The Office is a popular US television show. Adapted for American television by Greg Daniels, it is based on the original British show by Ricky Gervais.
24 Jan 2019Venezuela
Venezuela: In two days, 13 killed in protest against Maduro
Thirteen people have died during two days of unrest in Venezuela amid protests against leftist leader Nicolas Maduro.
21 Jan 2019ISIS
Trump, Erdogan discuss ways to defeat terrorism in northeast Syria
US President Donald Trump and his Turkish counterpart Tayyip Erdogan yesterday agreed to continue to pursue a negotiated solution for northeast Syria, the White House said today following a telephonic conversation between the two leaders.
19 Jan 2019Nancy Pelosi
Wall-war: Faux red bricks to be sent to Pelosi, Schumer
US President Donald Trump's 2020 re-election campaign has launched a unique fundraising initiative, asking its supporters to donate $20.20 to send faux red bricks to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi or Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer until the Democrats agree to fund a wall along the US-Mexico border.
19 Jan 2019Netflix
Steve Carell reuniting with 'The Office' creator for Netflix comedy
Steve Carell made a name in the industry for his performance in The Office, the popular comedy series that aired in 2005.
18 Jan 2019White House
Trump cancels US delegation's visit to Davos amid shutdown
US President Donald Trump has canceled the US delegation's trip to the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) at Davos, Switzerland, due to the partial government shutdown, which entered its 27th-day yesterday.
17 Jan 2019White House
#Hamberders: Trump spells 'hamburgers' wrong, Burger King takes a dig
The world is no stranger to US President Donald Trump's public gaffes.
17 Jan 2019North Korea
N-Korea yet to take concrete steps to dismantle nukes: Pence
North Korea has still not taken "concrete steps" to dismantle its nuclear weapons program, US Vice President Mike Pence said yesterday, ahead of a reported meeting between North Korea's chief nuclear negotiator and top U.S. officials.
16 Jan 2019Afghanistan
Taliban threatens to end talks with US: Here's why
The Taliban yesterday threatened to end contact with the US if they deflect from the issue of foreign force withdrawal from Afghanistan.
14 Jan 2019Turkey
Trump threatens to devastate Turkey if it hits Kurdish forces
United States President Donald Trump has threatened to "devastate" Turkey economically if the NATO-allied nation attacks US-backed Kurdish forces in Syria following a pullout of American troops from the war-torn country, and also urged the Kurds not to "provoke" Ankara.
12 Jan 2019US Government
US government shutdown enters day 22, becomes longest in history
The partial US government shutdown that began towards the end of last year has entered its 22nd day, making it the longest-ever US government shutdown in history.
11 Jan 2019H-1B Visa
Trump announces major H-1B changes, including path to citizenship
On Friday, US President Trump announced that major changes would be made to the H-1B visa program that is widely used by Indian IT professionals and Indian IT firms.
10 Jan 2019Instagram
Trump's son comments over border wall, compares it with zoo
President Donald Trump's eldest son appeared to liken migrants to dangerous animals, his latest controversial remarks on desperate people seeking to enter the US.
09 Jan 2019United States of America
Robert DeNiro attacks Trump again, says he's a 'real racist'
Screen icon Robert DeNiro, who gained popularity through Godfather trilogy has called US President Donald Trump a "real racist" and a "white supremacist".
09 Jan 2019Sensex
Rupee rebounds 7 paise against USD in early trade
The rupee recovered 7 paise to 70.14 against the USD in early trade today on fresh selling of the American currency by exporters and banks amid early gains in domestic equities.
07 Jan 2019Bill Clinton
Trump pushes for steel-barrier along US-Mexico border to end shutdown
US President Donald Trump has offered to erect a steel barrier rather than a concrete wall along the southern border with Mexico to iron out differences with Democrats over the issue, which has led to a partial government shutdown for a fortnight now.
06 Jan 2019iPhone
Trump wants Apple to make iPhones in the US
Months after it became the first American company to be valued at $1 trillion, Apple's stock value has seen a considerable drop of late.
05 Jan 2019US Government
Trump says 'prepared' to force shutdown for over a year
President Donald Trump said yesterday he was prepared to keep the US government closed for a year or more, as he stood firm on his contentious demand for billions of dollars to fund a border wall with Mexico.
05 Jan 2019India
Trump mistook India-built parliament in Afghanistan for a 'library'
US President Donald Trump's jibe about India building a library in Afghanistan is coming back to haunt him now.
03 Jan 2019White House
Trump ignores HBO, uses his 'GoT' poster during Cabinet meeting
Game of Thrones is one of the most popular shows on the planet, and fans cannot wait for its final season.
03 Jan 2019India
Trump wants India, Russia, Pak to fight Taliban in Afghanistan
Expressing dissatisfaction over New Delhi's decades-old role in the Afghanistan peace process, US President Donald Trump said yesterday that he wants the regional countries, including India, Russia, and Pakistan to fight the Taliban in the war-torn country.
30 Dec 2018White House
#ThatWas2018: The highs and lows of the Trump presidency
US President Donald Trump has ridden on waves of approval and disapproval since he came into power in 2016.
29 Dec 2018Diwali
#ThatWas2018: From toilet-paper to denying climate-change, Trump was the newsmaker
US President Donald Trump is known for his unintentional funny antics.
28 Dec 2018US Government
US government shutdown to drag on to 2019
It has been over six days since the US government partially shut down, and there seems to be no solution in sight.
27 Dec 2018Syria
America cannot be the world's policeman: US President Trump
America cannot be the policeman of the world, US President Donald Trump said during his first visit to Iraq as he urged other countries to share responsibilities.
27 Dec 2018Syria
'No plans at all' to remove US-troops from Iraq: Trump
US President Donald Trump, who's visiting Iraq, says he has "no plans at all" to remove US troops from the country.
26 Dec 2018Migrants
US: Two migrant children die in border detention camps
An eight-year-old Guatemalan child detained by US Customs and Border Protection died on Tuesday, marking the second death of an migrant child in government custody at the US-Mexico border this month.
24 Dec 2018Syria
Trump says discussed 'highly coordinated' Syria pullout with Erdogan
United States President Donald Trump said he discussed Syria and "the slow & highly coordinated pullout of US troops from the area" in a phone call with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan yesterday.
23 Dec 2018US Government
Partial US government shutdown to last through Christmas
It seems like the partial US government shutdown is set to last through Christmas.
22 Dec 2018Mexico
On GoFundMe, Trump's supporters raise whopping $14mn for border wall
United States President Donald Trump wants $5bn for the US-Mexico border wall, which was a key promise of his campaign.
22 Dec 2018US Government
US government shuts down after disputes over Trump's border wall
After the clock struck midnight on December 21, US local time, the US government went into a partial shutdown.
21 Dec 2018Syria
US: Mattis resigns as Defense Secretary over differences with Trump
After two years in office, US Defense Secretary James Mattis has resigned from his post, reportedly over differences with US President Donald Trump, especially pertaining to matters of foreign policy.
20 Dec 2018Dalai Lama
Trump signs bill on Tibet into law despite China protest
US President Donald Trump has signed a bipartisan bill on Tibet into law that could enrage China, paving the way to impose a visa ban on Chinese officials who deny American citizens, government officials and journalists access to the sensitive Himalayan region, the homeland of the exiled Dalai Lama.
20 Dec 2018Russia News
US slaps fresh sanctions on Russian spies for damaging activities
The US has slapped fresh sanctions on 12 Russian individuals and entities for their alleged interference in the 2016 presidential elections and the brazen use of a military-grade nerve agent in an assassination attempt inside America's closest ally.
20 Dec 2018India
Google 'bar girl in India' and Sonia Gandhi's images appear
Recently, Google received backlash from US lawmakers, after it came to light that when you search 'idiot' on its platform, images of the US President Donald Trump appear.
20 Dec 2018Twitter
US Federal Reserve raises lending rate; signals slower pace ahead
The US central bank raised the benchmark borrowing rate yesterday, but gave the clearest sign to date that it will go slow on additional increases as it watches the economy.
19 Dec 2018Global Warming
Blind, worm-like, sand burrowing creature named after Donald Trump
The US President, Donald Trump, has been the face of many controversies.
19 Dec 2018Russia News
US President Trump's ex-security chief sold country out, says Judge
A federal judge abruptly postponed the sentencing hearing for Michael Flynn, US President Donald Trump's first national security adviser, yesterday after a stunning hearing in which the judge accused Flynn of selling out his country.