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Latest NewsUS marks 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor attack
08/12/2016
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US marks 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor attack

Washington, December 8- The US on Wednesday marked the 75th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii that claimed more than 2,400 American lives.
As many as 2,403 Americans were killed and about 20 US vessels were sunk or damaged and over 300 US aircrafts were damaged or destroyed when over 350 Japanese warplanes launched attacks stealthily, Xinhua reported.
The attack came as a shock to the Americans and directly led to U [ ... ]


Latest News‘United States has enduring" interests in Asia-Pacific’
08/12/2016
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‘United States has enduring" interests in Asia-Pacific’

Tokyo, December 8- The United States has "enduring" interests in the Asia-Pacific region and is working for an orderly transfer of power to the administration of President-elect Donald Trump, US Defense Secretary Ash Carter said on Wednesday.
Carter is in Japan to try to soothe anxieties caused by the victory of Trump, who has called for allies to pay more to sustain US forces, or face their possible withdra [ ... ]


Latest NewsTrump's deal-making skill to resolve Kashmir issue: Pence
06/12/2016
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Trump's deal-making skill to resolve Kashmir issue: Pence

Washington, December 6-US Vice-President-elect Mike Pence has stated that Donald Trump could use his "extraordinary deal-making skills" to reduce tensions around the world and resolve problems, including the Kashmir issue.
Dunya News cited Pence as saying in an interview with the NBC Newsthat the new US administration intends to be "fully engaged" in South Asia and with India and Pakistan on issues such as Kashmi [ ... ]


Latest NewsThis is most dangerous time for humanity: Hawking
05/12/2016
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This is most dangerous time for humanity: Hawking

London, December 5 -In a grim prognosis, renowned British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking has warned that the human race today is facing the “most dangerous” time in its history.
Noting that the planet is in crises, the 74-year-old Cambridge professor said the world is facing huge environmental and technological challenges and needs to unite and work together to protect the humanity.
“We face awesome environmental c [ ... ]


Latest NewsCuba buries Castro, entering post-Fidel era
05/12/2016
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Cuba buries Castro, entering post-Fidel era


Santiago De Cuba (Cuba), December 5-Fidel Castro's ashes were buried alongside national heroes in the cradle of his revolution on Sunday, as Cuba opens a new era without the communist leader who ruled the island for decades.
Capping a week of tributes and mass rallies, Castro was laid to rest near the mausoleum of 19th century independence icon Jose Marti and comrades of his rebellion in the eastern city of Santiago de Cuba.
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Latest NewsBharara meets Trump, agrees to stay on as New York attorney
02/12/2016
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Bharara meets Trump, agrees to stay on as New York attorney

Washington, December 2-India-born Preet Bharara, the powerful US attorney who has facilitated many high-profile insider trading convictions, has agreed to remain in the position after meeting Donald Trump.
Appointed as the US Attorney for the Southern District of New York by outgoing US President Barack Obama in 2009, Bharara has earned the reputation of a “crusader” prosecutor.
“The President-elect asked, presu [ ... ]


Punjab NewsCompanies leaving US will face ‘consequences’, says Donald Trump
02/12/2016
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Companies leaving US will face ‘consequences’, says Donald Trump


Indianapolis, December 2-US President-elect Donald Trump has warned American firms wanting to relocate abroad that they will face punishment, as he announced a deal with air-conditioning manufacturer Carrier to keep jobs in the country.
“Companies are not going to leave the United States any more without consequences. Not going to happen,” Trump told workers at the Carrier plant in Indianapolis in hi [ ... ]


Latest NewsHurricane Otto kills 9 in Costa Rica
26/11/2016
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Hurricane Otto kills 9 in Costa Rica


San Jose, November 26-The government of Costa Rica confirmed on Friday that Hurricane Otto had killed at least nine persons in the country, after the storm battered northern regions.
The director of the country's legal investigation bureau, OJI, Walter Espinoza gave a press conference to explain the deaths had occurred in the areas of Bagaces and Upala, the most affected by the strong rains and winds, Xinhua news agency reported.
"The official n [ ... ]


Latest NewsMalaysia to summon Myanmar envoy on Rohingya as protests mount
26/11/2016
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Malaysia to summon Myanmar envoy on Rohingya as protests mount

KUALA LUMPUR/DHAKA, November 26-Malaysia will summon Myanmar's ambassador over the crackdown on Rohingya Muslims in northwestern Rakhine state, it said on Friday, as protesters across Southeast Asia demonstrated against the rising violence.
The conflict in Rakhine has sent hundreds of Rohingya Muslims fleeing to neighbouring Bangladesh and poses a serious challenge to leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who swept to power last year on p [ ... ]


Latest NewsTrump calls for unity, national healing
25/11/2016
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Trump calls for unity, national healing


Washington, November 25-US President-elect Donald Trump today asked Americans to heal their divisions and move forward as one country after a "long and bruising" campaign, a marked shift from his divisive rhetoric during electioneering.
"This historic political campaign is now over. Now begins a great national campaign to rebuild our country and to restore the full promise of America for all of our people," 70-year-old Trump sai [ ... ]


Latest NewsObama makes final turkey pardon
25/11/2016
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Obama makes final turkey pardon


Washington, November 25- President Barack Obama today officially pardoned two turkeys as part of a Thanksgiving ritual but this time his nephews stood in place of his daughters who he said "still believe in bad puns".
"Malia and Sasha, by the way, are thankful that this is my final presidential turkey pardon. What I haven't told them yet is that we are going to do this every year from now on. No cameras. Just us. Every year. No way I'm cutti [ ... ]


Latest NewsUS daily questions Trump’s meeting with Indian partners
21/11/2016
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US daily questions Trump’s meeting with Indian partners

New York-A top American daily has raised questions over the recent meeting between Donald Trump and his Indian business partners, saying the President-elect could use his position to advance his business interests.
“Washington ethics lawyers said that a meeting with Indian real estate partners, regardless of what was discussed, raised conflict of interest questions for Mr Trump, who could be perceived as using the presid [ ... ]


Latest NewsAmi Bera gets 3rd term in US House
21/11/2016
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Ami Bera gets 3rd term in US House


Washington-Ami Bera has been re-elected to the US House of Representatives for a third consecutive term in a close election with his win taking the total number of Indian-Americans elected to the Congress to a record five.
Bera, 51, would be joined by three first-time Indian-American lawmakers in the US House of Representatives — Raja Krishnamoorthi from Illinois, Pramila Jayapal from Washington State and Ro Khanna from California.
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Latest NewsUS daily questions Trump’s meeting with Indian partners
21/11/2016
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US daily questions Trump’s meeting with Indian partners

New York-A top American daily has raised questions over the recent meeting between Donald Trump and his Indian business partners, saying the President-elect could use his position to advance his business interests.
“Washington ethics lawyers said that a meeting with Indian real estate partners, regardless of what was discussed, raised conflict of interest questions for Mr Trump, who could be perceived as using the presid [ ... ]


Latest NewsObama, EU leaders agree to stick together, stay tough on Russia
19/11/2016
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Obama, EU leaders agree to stick together, stay tough on Russia


BERLIN- US President Barack Obama and European leaders on Friday underscored the importance of working together in NATO and chided Russia for its bombing of Syria and failure to implement a Ukrainian peace accord.
The White House statement followed a meeting at which Obama sought to reassure his counterparts from Germany, Britain, Spain, Italy and France that his successor Donald Trump would not break up the transatlantic al [ ... ]


Latest NewsTrump to pay $25 mn to settle university litigation
19/11/2016
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Trump to pay $25 mn to settle university litigation
New York- US President-elect Donald Trump has agreed to pay $25 million to settle several lawsuits against now-defunct Trump University, New York state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said.
"I am pleased that under the terms of this settlement, every victim will receive restitution and that Donald Trump will pay up to $1 million in penalties to the State of New York for violating state education laws," Schneiderman said in  [ ... ]


Latest News‘Trump will build greater relations with India’
11/11/2016
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‘Trump will build greater relations with India’

New York, November 11- Donald Trump should begin work to kick-starting the economy, enforcing immigration laws and tackling terrorism in Asia, a US-India political action committee has said, as it expressed confidence that the US will have "greater relations" with India under his presidency.
The US-India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) congratulated Trump on winning the 2016 Presidential race and commended efforts o [ ... ]


Latest NewsFending off foes, Democrat Clinton blazes a trail with top post in sight
07/11/2016
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Fending off foes, Democrat Clinton blazes a trail with top post in sight

Washington, November 7- Hillary Clinton has one of the strongest resumes of anyone ever to run for US President, with stints as First Lady, senator and secretary of state, but she is also a polarising figure and a Washington insider with decades of political baggage.
Should Democrat Clinton defeat Republican Donald Trump in Tuesday’s election, she would become the first woman elected US President, having alread [ ... ]


Latest NewsAmid scandal, rhetoric and insults, Trump closes in on White House
07/11/2016
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Amid scandal, rhetoric and insults Trump closes in on White House

Washington, November 7-Supercharging the bluster, hyperbole and media mastery that made him one of the world’s best-known businessmen, Donald Trump upended US democratic traditions on a 17-month quest he hopes will lead to the White House.
From his grand Trump Tower escalator entrance into the Republican presidential race on June 16, 2015, Trump managed to be simultaneously charismatic and combative, elitist and populis [ ... ]


Latest NewsFBI reopens probe into Clinton emails, Trump praises move
29/10/2016
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FBI reopens probe into Clinton emails, Trump praises move

Washington, October 28- The FBI today said it has reopened investigations into Hillary Clinton's use of private email server when she was Secretary of State due to the likelihood of new information coming to light, immediately drawing praise from the White House frontrunner's Republican rival Donald Trump.
FBI Director James Comey, in a communication to the Congressional leadership, said the FBI has learned of new "emails tha [ ... ]


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