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Trump regrets not using right words sometimes

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has said he regretted causing pain to people by not choosing the "right words" sometimes and uttering "...


US accepted over 53,000 Hindu refugees: State Department

The US has accepted more than 53,000 Hindu refugees since 2005, almost all from Bhutan while 11 from India, according to the State Department.Between ...


3 Indian-American women in race to make history in Nov polls

As Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton targets to break the "highest glass ceiling" in the US, three Indian-Americans figure in a list o...


Twitter suspended 360,000 accounts for 'promotion of terrorism'

Twitter has shut down 360,000 accounts for threatening or promoting terrorist acts since the middle of 2015, the company said in a blog post on Thursd...


World's 'Largest Aircraft' gets off ground

The world's "largest aircraft" embarked on its maiden flight on Wednesday, four days after a previous attempt was abandoned due to technical issues. T...


Osama's son Hamza urges youth to overthrow Saudi rulers

Terrorism-monitoring company Site Intelligence Group (Site) has said that Hamza bin Laden, the son of al-Qaida’s slain founder Osama bin Laden, has ur...


Brazil police detain two US swimmers on plane

Brazilian police pulled two US Olympic swimmers off a plane about to leave the country for questioning in a row over their claim to have been victims ...


Australia agrees to close controversial Papua New Guinea refugee detention centre

Australia has agreed to close a controversial asylum seeker detention centre in Papua New Guinea (PNG). PNG Prime Minister Peter O'Neill said, he met ...


Clinton leads Trump by 6 points in Presidential race: poll

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has a 6-percentage-point lead over Republican rival Donald Trump, according to a Reuters/Ipsos trackin...


North Korean diplomat at London embassy defects, flees another country

A diplomat at the North Korean embassy in London has defected and fled abroad with his family, a South Korean media reported today citing a well-infor...


A.R.Rahman enthrals audience at UN concert

Oscar-winning composer A.R. Rahman enthralled a packed audience at the iconic UN General Assembly hall with his renditions of Indian Carnatic legend M...


Trump proposes extreme vetting of new immigrants into US

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has proposed an "extreme vetting process" for new immigrants to prevent entry of radicalised ones into ...


Six people killed in floods in Southern Louisiana, US

In United States, devastating floods have killed at least six people and pushed thousands people from their homes at southern Louisiana. Governor of L...


Nigerian troops killed 16 Boko Haram militants

Nigerian troops have killed 16 Boko Haram militants in country's volatile northeast at Kangarwa in Borno state.  An army spokesman said, troops s...


9 people killed in earthquake in Peru

A moderate 5.2-magnitude earthquake in Peru has killed at least nine people and injured more than 50. Among the killed was a US tourist.  Officia...


JFK international airport partly evacuated after shots reported

The John F Kennedy International Airport here was today partly evacuated due to what US law enforcement authorities described as "abundance of cauti...


Imam killed in shooting in New York

In the United States, an imam and another unidentified person were shot in the head near a mosque in Queens neighbourhood of New York, police said. ...


Presidents of Venezuela and Colombia announce to open the border today

Presidents of Venezuela and Colombia have announced the border between the two countries will be reopened. The border will be opened at five crossin...


US Ambassador tweets apology to SRK for detention at LA airport

U.S. Ambassador to India Rich Verma tweeted apology to Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan for his detention at the  Los Angeles airport on Friday...


Four dead as Thailand hit with string of blasts

At least four people have been killed in eight bomb blasts that have hit across Thailand in the past 24 hours, in the resort town of Hua Hin and south...


Shah Rukh Khan detained at Los Angeles airport

Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan was detained at the Los Angeles airport for questioning by the US immigration department. "I fully understand & res...


Donald Trump seeks to raise fresh ethical questions about Clinton

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Wednesday tried to raise ethical questions about Democratic rival Hillary Clinton and criticized her f...


Twitter not responsible for rise of Islamic State: US court

A US judge has dismissed a lawsuit against Twitter that accused the micro-blogging site for the rise of the Islamic State (IS) terror group by providi...


US favours India's military support to Afghanistan

Afghanistan has sought more military supplies from India including attack helicopters as it stepped up its offensive last week against terror groups. ...


Trump ignites firestorm with remarks on gun rights

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump suggested on Tuesday that gun rights activists could act to stop his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton fro...


Russia, Turkey agree to restore ties after diplomatic rift

Russian President Vladimir Putin has agreed to work toward restoring full relations with Turkey, but said rebuilding trade ties will be time consuming...


50 Republican national security experts say Trump would be dangerous President

A group of 50 Republican national security experts, including former top spy masters and diplomats, has said the White House nominee would be a danger...


First-ever 'Pizza ATM' opens in US

Pizza lovers in the US can now relish their favourite cheesy delicacy by using the first-ever 'Pizza ATM' in the country installed at a university cam...


Muslim woman fired from work for wearing hijab in US

In the US, a young Muslim woman was fired from her job at a dental clinic for wearing a hijab as her employer wanted to keep a "neutral environment" i...


Tropical Storm Earl killed at least 38 people in Mexico

In Mexico, landslides triggered by the remnants of Tropical Storm Earl have killed at least 38 people, officials say. A total of 28 died in central Pu...

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