17 Apr 2020
Defying social distancing rules, Ivanka Trump travels for Jewish holiday
Ignoring social distancing guidelines laid down by her own father, the President of United States Donald Trump, to fight coronavirus, Ivanka Trump flew from Washington DC to New Jersey to celebrate Passover, a major Jewish holiday.
12 Mar 2020
Weinstein said Jennifer Aniston 'should be killed', reveal court documents
"Jen Aniston should be killed", disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein had said in 2017, after a reporter reached out to him for a comment on a story, freshly unsealed court documents have revealed.
05 Feb 2020
Iowa caucus: Gay US presidential candidate Buttigieg takes early lead
The Democratic candidate for United States President, Pete Buttigieg, took an early lead in Iowa's caucuses, as per partial data released for Monday's caucus tallies.
10 Dec 2019
US: Democrats unveil two articles of impeachment against President Trump
House Democrats on Tuesday unveiled two articles of impeachment against US President Donald Trump, one for the abuse of power of his office and a second for the obstruction of Congress.
28 Oct 2019
Before tomorrow's Kashmir visit, EU delegation meets PM Modi
Kashmir has been reeling under an unprecedented lockdown since August raising concerns among rights groups. The area has been off-limits for almost everyone from journalists to activists.
07 Oct 2019
Mehbooba Mufti's daughter says Kashmir less important than Aarey trees
Earlier today, the Supreme Court put a stay on the felling of trees in Mumbai's Aarey Colony until further orders, days after protests escalated over the weekend.
06 Oct 2019
J&K authorities allow PDP delegation to meet Mehbooba Mufti
Jammu and Kashmir administration on Sunday allowed a 10-member delegation of the People's Democratic Party (PDP) to meet party chief and former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, who has been under detention for the past two months.
25 Jun 2019
Not my type: Trump denies raping writer, makes problematic statement
You are the most powerful man in the world, you have been accused of rape, and one of the first things you do is say the "woman is not your type".
22 Jun 2019
US President Trump raped me, says writer; he denies allegations
President of United States, Donald Trump, has been accused of rape by writer E. Jean Carroll. She revealed the incident happened in the 1990s.
25 Apr 2019
US: Former Vice-President Joe Biden announces 2020 run for President
Former US Vice-President, Joe Biden, has formally announced that he is running for President in 2020, putting an end to speculations on Thursday.
23 Feb 2019
Pulwama attack: 100 companies of paramilitary forces deployed in Kashmir
With India still reeling from the Pulwama attack, the Center has airlifted 100 companies of paramilitary forces to Srinagar to bolster security in Jammu and Kashmir.
15 Feb 2019
Trump to declare national emergency to build border wall
US President Donald Trump will sign an executive order declaring a national emergency, which will empower him to fund the construction of a massive wall along the US-Mexico border to prevent illegal immigrants from entering the country and curb drug smuggling.
26 Jan 2019
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.
18 Jan 2019
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 2019
Indian-American Raja Krishnamoorthi appointed to committee on intelligence. Details here
Indian-American Democratic lawmaker Raja Krishnamoorthy was appointed as a member of a Congressional committee on intelligence yesterday.
12 Jan 2019
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.
10 Jan 2019
Indian Army chief says Taliban analogy doesn't apply to J&K
On Thursday, Indian Army chief General Bipin Rawat said that India should join the "bandwagon" if other countries were willing to initiate talks with the Taliban in Afghanistan, but the same analogy could not be applied to Jammu and Kashmir.
28 Dec 2018
Angelina Jolie could start political career and run for President?
Angelina Jolie is one of the most renowned names of Hollywood and for the longest time was considered the world's most beautiful woman by various media outlets.
28 Dec 2018
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.
23 Dec 2018
Partial US government shutdown to last through Christmas
It seems like the partial US government shutdown is set to last through Christmas.
22 Dec 2018
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.
13 Dec 2018
Seriously considering running for US presidency in 2020: Tulsi Gabbard
Tulsi Gabbard, the first Hindu lawmaker in the US Congress, has hinted that she might be running for the White House in 2020.
21 Nov 2018
Congress, PDP, National Conference, might form grand alliance in Kashmir
In what could shape up to be a grand alliance in Jammu and Kashmir, the Congress, the National Conference (NC), and the People's Democratic Party (PDP) are in talks to explore the possibility of forming a government in the state.
12 Nov 2018
Tulsi Gabbard considering to run for US presidency in 2020?
Tulsi Gabbard, the Congresswoman from Hawaii and the first Hindu lawmaker in the US Congress, is considering to run for the American presidency in 2020.
14 Oct 2018
US Senators write to Modi on India's data localization policy
Two top American Senators, John Cornyn and Mark Warner, have asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to adopt a soft stance on data localization, warning that India's policy on the issue will adversely affect American businesses in the country.
07 Oct 2018
J&K: Campaigning ends for first-phase of urban local body polls
Campaigning for the first-phase of the urban local body (ULB) polls in Jammu and Kashmir ended today, 24 hours before the start of voting in 422 wards.
02 Oct 2018
Gandhiji to be posthumously honored with US Congressional Gold Medal
Half a dozen influential US lawmakers, including four Indian-Americans, have moved a resolution in the US House of Representatives to posthumously award the prestigious Congressional Gold Medal to Mahatma Gandhi in recognition of his promotion of peace and non-violence.
20 Sep 2018
US: Here's why Republican Party apologized to Hindus
The ruling Republican Party in the US has apologized to Hindus after a newspaper advertisement featuring Lord Ganesha to woo the minority community voters in Texas ended up "offending" them.
20 Sep 2018
Trump declassifies Russia papers to expose 'bad things' at FBI
President Donald Trump is flexing his executive power to declassify secret documents in the Russia investigation, a move he says will ensure that "really bad things" at the FBI are exposed.
30 Aug 2018
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.
03 Aug 2018
Beyond the squared circle: WWE stars who indulged in politics
Wrestlers venturing into other professions is not a rarity, but for them to get involved in politics is rather an unusual decision.
17 Jul 2018
Mueller-probe shouldn't be permitted to interfere with US-Russia relations: Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin has described the probe by US Special Counsel Robert Mueller into Moscow's election meddling as "political games" that shouldn't be permitted to interfere with US-Russia relations.
14 Jul 2018
Mueller's probe: 12 Russians indicted in 2016 US election hacking
The US Justice Department has indicted 12 Russian intelligence officers for hacking the servers of senior Democrats, including their Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton, in the 2016 US Presidential Election.
06 Jul 2018
Trump announces resignation of scandal-tainted environment body chief Scott Pruitt
US President Donald Trump today announced the departure of his environment-chief, Scott Pruitt, who faced ethics scandals over his spending and conduct in office.
26 Jun 2018
Sena slams BJP-PDP breakup; says BJP starting 'election politics' again
The Shiv Sena today slammed the BJP over the BJP-PDP break-up in Jammu and Kashmir and accused the BJP of again starting "election politics" in J&K.
25 Jun 2018
Aruna Miller, second Indian-American in line to become US Congresswoman
Indian-American Aruna Miller, seeking to enter the US House of Representatives from a Congressional seat in Maryland, has emerged as one of the top fundraisers, days ahead of the Democratic primary.
25 Jun 2018
Turkey Presidential election: Erdogan claims outright victory in first round
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has won tightly-contested presidential polls after securing outright victory in the first round, the election authority said, tightening his grip on the nation he has ruled for 15 years.
24 Jun 2018
Centre sent crores for J&K's development, PDP ignored interests: Shah
Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah, during his first rally in J&K after the saffron party pulled the plug on an alliance with Peoples' Democratic Party, blamed former chief minister Mehbooba Mufti for ignoring interests of Jammu and Ladakh.
20 May 2018
China, US avert trade-war: Beijing agrees to import more American-products
China and the US averted a trade war by reaching an agreement today under which Beijing has agreed to "significantly increase" its purchases of American goods and services to reduce $375bn trade deficit with Washington.
18 May 2018
Gina Haspel to become the first female CIA Director
Gina Haspel is all set to become the new Director of the CIA. She will be the first woman to lead the agency in its 70-year history.