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An 18-year-old gunman massacred 21 people, including 19 children and two adults at an elementary school in Texas on Tuesday.
North Korea fired three missiles, including one thought to be an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) on Wednesday, South Korea said.
In one of the worst school shootings in America, an 18-year-old gunman killed 21 people, including 19 children at a school in Texas that had students in grades second-fourth.
24 May 2022World
US President Joe Biden on Tuesday told PM Narendra Modi he was committed to making the Indo-American partnership "among the closest on Earth."
24 May 2022World
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue, or the Quad, has emerged as a "force for good" and is helping Indo-Pacific become a "better region."
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government had made Indian democracy robust and resilient in the past eight years.
China may be planning an attack on Taiwan, an audio clip leaked by a human rights activist suggests so, as per an HT report.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with Japanese IT and electronics giant NEC Corporation's Chairman Nobuhiro Endo on Monday in Tokyo.
US President Joe Biden on Monday said he would be willing to use force to defend Taiwan from China if the latter invaded the self-ruled island nation.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Japan on Monday to attend the Quad summit aimed at enhancing cooperation among member nations, Australia, India, Japan, and the United States and discussing developments in the strategic Indo-Pacific region.
17 May 2022World
In what could bring cheer to thousands of Indian-Americans, a US presidential advisory commission has unanimously recommended the Joe Biden Administration process all Green Cards or permanent residency applications within six months.
15 May 2022World
A heavily-armed 18-year-old white man shot 10 people dead and injured three others, most of them Black, at a Buffalo grocery store in New York on Saturday, as per US authorities.
07 May 2022World
North Korea launched a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) on Saturday, its second launch in three days after the US warned Pyongyang could be planning a nuclear test.
06 May 2022World
In a historic moment on Thursday, Karine Jean-Pierre became the first Black woman and openly LGBTQ+ person to be appointed as the Press Secretary of the White House.
03 May 2022World
The Supreme Court of the United States is set to strike down the legal right to abortion if a leaked draft of a majority opinion is to be believed.
19 Apr 2022World
Russia is said to have launched a new major offensive in eastern Ukraine, which the latter described as the "second phase of the war."
15 Apr 2022World
After slamming Ukraine for allegedly targeting its border towns, Russia's Defence Ministry on Friday warned it would increase missile attacks on Kyiv in response to strikes on Russian soil.
13 Apr 2022World
The New York City Police launched a manhunt for a 62-year-old man, Frank R James, in connection with the Brooklyn subway shooting that left over 20 people injured.
11 Apr 2022India
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a virtual meeting with the President of the United States, Joe Biden, on Monday, the Ministry of External Affairs stated on Sunday.
26 Mar 2022World
Russia on Friday announced a surprising shift in its strategy, hinting it may scale down its invasion of Ukraine to focus on the rebel-dominated Donbas region.
13 Mar 2022Entertainment
The Wall Street Journal recently reported US President Joe Biden failed to hold talks with leaders of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to seek support for Ukraine and help contain surging oil prices.
12 Mar 2022World
United States President Joe Biden on Friday warned that Russia would pay a "severe price" if it used chemical weapons in Ukraine.
08 Mar 2022World
In a bid to tighten the grip on the Russian economy over the attack on Ukraine, US President Joe Biden has decided to impose a ban on imports of oil from Russia.
06 Mar 2022World
Payment firms Mastercard and Visa on Saturday said they were suspending operations in Russia over the invasion of Ukraine.
02 Mar 2022World
United States President Joe Biden criticized Russia for its actions in Ukraine and said Russian President Vladimir Putin will "pay a huge price over the long run."
23 Feb 2022World
United States President Joe Biden has announced the first set of sanctions against Russia, saying that Moscow had started an invasion of Ukraine.
22 Feb 2022World
Russian President Vladimir Putin has recognized two rebel regions in eastern Ukraine as independent states as he signed an agreement with separatist leaders.
21 Feb 2022World
Officials in the United States have claimed that Russia has ordered the final preparations to launch an imminent attack on its neighbor, Ukraine, amid tensions along the border.
19 Feb 2022World
United States President Joe Biden has said he is convinced that Russian President Vladimir Putin has decided to launch an attack on neighboring Ukraine.
16 Feb 2022World
Russia on Wednesday said its military drills in Crimea peninsula had ended and that troops were returning to their bases.
16 Feb 2022World
United States President Joe Biden has stressed that despite an apparent pullback of some troops from the Ukrainian border, Russia remains in a "threatening position."
14 Feb 2022World
Ukraine has sought an urgent meeting with Russia and other members of a European security group to discuss rising tensions along its border.
11 Feb 2022World
United States President Joe Biden has urged all American citizens living in Ukraine to immediately leave the country citing security concerns.
03 Feb 2022World
United States President Joe Biden on Thursday said that American forces targeted the chief of the Islamic State (ISIS) during a counter-terrorism operation in northwest Syria.
25 Jan 2022World
United States President Joe Biden on Monday was caught on camera insulting Fox News reporter Peter Doocy after the latter asked him a question on inflation at the White House.
01 Dec 2021World
A deadly shooting occurred at a high school in the US state of Michigan claiming the lives of three students and injuring several others.
06 Nov 2021World
Following months of tense negotiations and a daylong standoff, the US House of Representatives has passed a $1 trillion infrastructure bill Friday night, sending it to President Joe Biden to be signed into law.