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Navjot Singh Sidhu's <strong>convoy</strong> attacked in Jammu

Navjot Singh Sidhu's convoy attacked in Jammu

18 Dec 2014

Jammu: BJP leader Navjot Singh Sidhu's convoy was on Thursday attacked by unidentified assailants who pelted the cars with bricks and stones, leaving his driver injured at Bhor camp on the outskirts of Jammu city, police said.

Navjot Singh Sidhu,   Sidhu's convoy,   attack in Jammu,   politics,   politician,   BJP,  
Obama's year-end message to Americans: I'm not a lame duck

Obama's year-end message to Americans: I'm not a lame duck

20 Dec 2014

Washington: If US President Barack Obama is feeling the pain from a rough year at the office, he did a great job of covering it up on Friday.

US President Barack Obama,   Air Force One,   US economic growth,  
Raj Shah to leave <strong>Obama</strong> Administration in February

Raj Shah to leave Obama Administration in February

18 Dec 2014

Washington: Raj Shah, the highest ranking Indian-American in the Obama Administration, has decided to quit as Administrator of the country's global development agency after serving for nearly six years.

Raj Shah quits,   US Agency for International Development (USAID),   Obama Administration,   John Kerry,   Whip Steny H Hoyer,   ,  
Afghan bomb attack targets NATO <strong>convoy</strong>

Afghan bomb attack targets NATO convoy

13 Dec 2014

Kabul: A bomb attack targeted a NATO convoy in Afghanistan's Parwan province and casualties, if any, remain unknown, a security official said on Saturday.

Afghanistan,   NATO convoy,   bomb attack,   Kabul ,  
Government taking steps for security ahead of Obama's visit: Rajnath

Government taking steps for security ahead of Obama's visit: Rajnath

18 Dec 2014

New Delhi: In the wake of terror attack in Peshawar, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said the government is taking all possible steps for security during the ensuing visit of US President Barack Obama.

Terror attack,   Home Minister,   Rajnath Singh,   Modi government,   US President,   Barack Obama,  
<strong>Obama</strong> holds National Security Council meeting to discuss Taliban attack in Pakistan

Obama holds National Security Council meeting to discuss Taliban attack in Pakistan

17 Dec 2014

Washington: President Barack Obama met his National Security Council team at the White House to review potential holiday threats and discuss America's security posture in Pakistan in view of the horrific terrorist attack on a school in Peshawar that left 141 dead, mostly children.

Barack Obama,   Taliban attack in Pakistan,   National Security Council meeting,   US,   Pakistan,   Susan Rice,   Pentagon,   security crisis,   ,  
Cuba announces restoration of relations with US

Cuba announces restoration of relations with US

18 Dec 2014

Havana: Cuba and US have agreed to the 're-establishment of diplomatic relations,' which were broken in 1961, and they have made a commitment to 'take mutual measures to improve the bilateral climate,' Cuban President Raul Castro said on Wednesday.

Cuba,   US,   Cuba-US relations,   Cuba-US restoration,   Barack Obama,   Raul Castro ,  
 US Senate confirms Indian-American Mehta as a federal judge

US Senate confirms Indian-American Mehta as a federal judge

17 Dec 2014

Washington:  Indian-American Amit Priyavadan Mehta has been confirmed by the US Senate as a federal judge in the District of Columbia, becoming the first Asian Pacific American to occupy this important position.

US senate,   Amit Priyavadan Mehta,   Barack Obama,   Zuckerman Spaeder ,  
US still facing security challenges around the globe: Barack <strong>Obama</strong>

US still facing security challenges around the globe: Barack Obama

16 Dec 2014

Washington: Even as its 13-year-long war in Afghanistan comes to an end this month, America continues to face "security challenges" around the globe, in particular from the sudden rise of ISIS, President Barack Obama has said.

Afghanistan ,   US,   Barack Obama,   security challenges,   rise of ISIS,  
World lauds US-Cuba surprise move to restore ties

World lauds US-Cuba surprise move to restore ties

18 Dec 2014

London: World community on Thursday hailed as a "historical turning point" the surprise move by the US to end more than 50 years of hostility towards Communist Cuba and restore diplomatic relations.

US,   Cuba,   Bilateral Ties,   Pope Francis,   US President,   Barack Obama,   Cuban President,   Raul Castro,   UN Chief,   Ban Ki-Moon,   European Union,  

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