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Islamic State expelled from Iraq town Al-Baghdadi: US

Islamic State expelled from Iraq town Al-Baghdadi: US

07 Mar 2015

Washington: Iraqi government forces and allied tribal militia have retaken the town of Al-Baghdadi, from where jihadists had threatened to attack an airbase housing US troops, US military has said.

Islamic States,   Iraq,   Al Baghdadi,   Iraq town,   US military,   US military,  
Jihadists advance near Syria's Ain al-<strong>Arab</strong>: Reports

Jihadists advance near Syria's Ain al-Arab: Reports

02 Oct 2014

Beirut: Islamic State (IS) group fighters have advanced further towards the Syrian Kurdish town of Ain al-Arab, a monitoring group warned early on Monday, as local fighters retreated from one of the area's fronts.

Jihad,   Jihadis,   Syria,   ISIS,   IS militants,   Ain al-Arab,   Kurdish fighters,   US airstrike,   ,  
Former ISI chief incorrect on Osama Bin Laden: US

Former ISI chief incorrect on Osama Bin Laden: US

13 Feb 2015

Washington: The US has said the statement by the former ISI chief that Pakistan's spy agency "most likely sheltered" Osama bin Laden is incorrect.The State Department spokesperson, Jen Psaki, insisted there is no reason to believe that Pakistan government knew about the whereabouts of the slain Al-Qaeda chief.

United States,   ISI,   Al-Qaeda Chief,   Osama bin Laden,  
India under PM Modi's stewardship driving energy across South Asia: US

India under PM Modi's stewardship driving energy across South Asia: US

25 Mar 2015

Washington: US on Wednesday said India's resurgence under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi was driving energy and optimism across South Asia and the two countries were now "indispensable partners" in promoting peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific region.

Narendra Modi,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   PM Modi,   Indo Pacific region,   US,   United States,   Indo US relations,   India US ties,   South Asia,  
Russia optimistic on Ukraine deal, warns on arming Kiev

Russia optimistic on Ukraine deal, warns on arming Kiev

07 Feb 2015

Munich: Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Saturday that there were reasons for optimism on a peace deal for Ukraine but he also warned against the arming of Kiev's military and blamed the United States and Europe for inflaming the crisis.

Russian Foreign Minister,   Sergei Lavrov,   Ukraine deal,   United States,   Europe,  
US has best economic growth prospects: Barack Obama

US has best economic growth prospects: Barack Obama

07 Feb 2015

Washington: United States President Barack Obama has said the US has "risen from recession" and has got better prospects of economic growth than any other country, including India, China or Germany.

United States President,   Barack Obama,   economic growth,   US economic growth,  
US rejects the inevitability of confrontation with China

US rejects the inevitability of confrontation with China

06 Feb 2015

Washington: The National Security Strategy unveiled by the Obama Administration on Friday "rejects" the inevitability of confrontation with China, even though it accepts "there will be competition" between the world's two biggest economies.

United States,   National Security Strategy,   China,   ASEAN,   East Asia Summit,  
Kerry to hold <strong>Arab</strong> anti-IS talks on Wednesday, says Egypt official

Kerry to hold Arab anti-IS talks on Wednesday, says Egypt official

09 Sep 2014

Washington: US Secretary of State John Kerry is scheduled to arrive in the Middle East on Tuesday to garner support for efforts to combat the Islamic State (IS) militants.

John Kerry,   Middle East,   Islamic State,   IS,   Jennifer Psaki ,  
Barack Obama vetoes Keystone XL pipeline bill

Barack Obama vetoes Keystone XL pipeline bill

25 Feb 2015

Washington: United States President Barack Obama vetoed the Keystone XL pipeline bill, reiterating that the decision to go ahead with the project belongs to the government.

Barack Obama,  United States President,   Keystone XL pipeline bill,   Obgama vetoes,  
Bid to boost Indo-US ties: Spouses of H-1B visa holders to get work permits in America

Bid to boost Indo-US ties: Spouses of H-1B visa holders to get work permits in America

25 Feb 2015

Washington: US announced that it will provide work permits to spouses of H-1B visa holders beginning May 26th, a move that is expected to benefit thousands of talented and professional Indian spouses who come to America but are unable to work.

Indo US ties,   United States,   H 1B visa,   US visa,   work permit,   work permit in US,   America ,  

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