21 Sep 2016
United Nations: In a bid to hit Pakistan where it hurts most, US President Barack Obama, on Tuesday asked nations engaged in 'proxy wars' to end them, without naming it.
07 Sep 2016
New Delhi: At least three jawans were injured on Wednesday morning when an Army convoy was attacked by terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir's Kupwara district.
02 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi’s convoy was stopped on Friday by Anganwadi workers en route to Lucknow. The protestors were demanding hike in salary.
15 Sep 2016
Washinton: Delaying or blocking a planned transition of oversight of the Internet's technical management from the US to a global community of stakeholders would be a "gift to Russia" and other authoritarian regimes, a senior Obama administration official said Wednesday.
09 Sep 2016
Chandigarh: Delhi Chief Minister and AAP convener Arvind Kejriwal's car was involved in a minor accident on Friday near Jalandhar on the second day of his Punjab tour, police said.
14 Sep 2016
Washington: Launching a scathing attack on Donald Trump, US President Barack Obama has declared the Republican presidential candidate unfit for the White House, saying democracy is not a spectator sport and election is not a reality TV show.
15 Sep 2016
Washington: Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi called on Wednesday for the lifting of economic sanctions against her country, and President Barack Obama, in their first White House meeting since she became leader, said the United States was ready to do so.
17 Aug 2016
Srinagar: Two army men and a policeman were killed while three other security personnel were injured on Wednesday in a terrorist attack in Baramulla district of Kashmir, police said.
09 Sep 2016
New York: Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, who has faced criticism for being aloof, told a popular blog she is aware she can be perceived as ‘cold or unemotional’ and is not like President Barack Obama and her husband Bill Clinton with an ‘appealing’ naturalness.
08 Sep 2016
Vientiane: US President Barack Obama and Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte shook hands and had a brief chat on Wednesday, officials said, easing a standoff after Duterte called Obama a ‘son of a bitch’ ahead of a summit of Asian leaders in Laos.