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<strong>Sonia</strong> <strong>Gandhi</strong> declines to provide passport copy to US court

Sonia Gandhi declines to provide passport copy to US court

08 Apr 2014

New York: Congress president Sonia Gandhi has declined to provide a copy of her passport to a US court here as documentary evidence in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots case, citing refusal by the Indian government on grounds of personal security and confidentiality.

Congress,   Sonia Gandhi,   US court ,   Sonia Gandhi passport ,   1984 anti-Sikh riots Brian Cogan ,  
Drone kills 15 Al-Qaeda suspects, 3 civilians in Yemen: Official

Drone kills 15 Al-Qaeda suspects, 3 civilians in Yemen: Official

19 Apr 2014

Sanaa: A drone strike on Saturday killed 15 Al-Qaeda suspects and three civilians in Yemen's central Baida province, a stronghold of the extremist group, a security official said.

Drone strike,   killed 15 Al-Qaeda,   Yemen's central Baida,   southern Shabwa province witnesses,   Yemen's President ,  
Barack Obama urges <strong>Congress</strong> to pass immigration reforms

Barack Obama urges Congress to pass immigration reforms

18 Apr 2014

Washington: US President Barack Obama has urged the Republican leadership of the Congress to pass the comprehensive immigration reform, which he said would improve the national economy and strengthen the security as well.

Barack Obama,   Republican,   US Congress,   US economy,   US immigration reform,  
US court asks <strong>Sonia</strong> <strong>Gandhi</strong> to provide passport copy by 7th April

US court asks Sonia Gandhi to provide passport copy by 7th April

21 Mar 2014

New York: A US court has ordered Congress president Sonia Gandhi to provide a copy of her passport as documentary evidence by April 7 to determine if she was in America in September last year when a Sikh rights group claims it had served summons on her in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots case.

US court,   Sonia Gandhi,   Sonia Gandhi's passport,   Sikhs for Justice,   SFJ's rights violation case against Gandhi ,  
Obama picks new face to lead healthcare reform

Obama picks new face to lead healthcare reform

12 Apr 2014

Washington: President Barack Obama said on Friday he will promote budget director Sylvia Mathews Burwell to be his next health secretary, who will preside over the next difficult phase of his healthcare law in the months before November Congressional elections.

Barack Obama,   US president,   US health secretary,   Obamacare,   US healthcare law,   Kathleen Sebelius,   Sylvia Mathews Burwell ,  
Afghans vote to elect new <strong>President</strong> despite Taliban threat

Afghans vote to elect new President despite Taliban threat

05 Apr 2014

Kabul: Afghans braved the threat of Taliban violence on Saturday to elect a successor to President Hamid Karzai in the country's first democratic transfer of power as US-led forces wind down their 13-year war.

Hamid Karzai,   Afghanistan President,  Afghanistan elections,   Afghanistan polls,   Taliban,  
Manmohan Singh meets Nobel laureate Suu Kyi

Manmohan Singh meets Nobel laureate Suu Kyi

04 Mar 2014

Nay Pyi Taw: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday met Myanmar's pro-democracy icon and opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi before leaving Nay Pyi Taw after attending the third Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) Summit.

Manmohan Singh,   Aung San Suu Kyi,   Myanmar,   Sonia Gandhi,   Manmohan meets Suu Kyi,  
<strong>Sonia</strong> <strong>Gandhi</strong> is world's third most powerful woman: Forbes

Sonia Gandhi is world's third most powerful woman: Forbes

31 Oct 2013

New York: Congress president Sonia Gandhi was on Wednesday ranked 21st among the world's most powerful people by Forbes magazine, making her the third most influential women leader included in the list.

Sonia Gandhi,   powerful woman in world,   Forbes magazine,   Congress,   Manmohan Singh,  
63 percent Indians favour BJP in polls, says US survey

63 percent Indians favour BJP in polls, says US survey

27 Feb 2014

Washington: More than three-fifths of Indian voters favour the Opposition BJP in the upcoming general elections as against less than one-fifth for the ruling Congress, a major American survey said.

BJP,   US survey,   Lok Sabha polls,   Indian voters,   Congress,   Narendra Modi,   Congress,   Pew Research,   Rahul Gandhi,  
US Senate resolution calls for greater press freedom in China

US Senate resolution calls for greater press freedom in China

10 Apr 2014

Washington: Expressing concern over threats to freedom of expression in China, a bipartisan US Senate resolution on called for greater freedom of press in the country and condemned Chinese actions to suppress it.

freedom of expression in China,   US Senate resolution,   US President Barack Obama,   harassment of Chinese journalists,  Senator Marco Rubio,   Ben Cardin,  

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