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US tells India no significant change in H1B visa regime

New Delhi: The United States has conveyed to India that there is no significant change in the H1B visa regime, Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said today.

Will not tolerate provocative action from Iran: US

Washington: US will not tolerate any “provocative” action from Iran, the White House has said, after reports emerged of an Iranian vessel coming

Kuchibhotla’s wife expresses wish to return to the US

Hyderabad: Sunayana, the widow of SrinivasKuchibhotla killed in the US in a hate crime, has expressed her desire to go back to the US to fulfill her

US, Japan conduct test of joint missile

Washington:The United States and Japan have conducted the first interception of a ballistic missile target using a jointly built system, amid heightened

US, S Korea to ‘strengthen’ defenses against N Korea

Washington: US President Donald Trump and South Korea’s Acting President Hwang Kyo-Ahn have vowed to “strengthen” their joint defense

Indian-origin teens bag $100K in Siemens science contest in US

Houston: Three Indian-origin teenagers,including identical twin sisters, in the US have bagged a scholarship worth USD 100,000 in a science competition for

Pak must make historic shift to act on terror safe havens: US

Washington: In a sharp attack on Pakistan, the US on Thursday asserted that the country needs to make a “historic shift” to stop providing safe

US wants dialogue between India and Pak to improve cooperation

Washington: The US today said that it wants to see dialogue and discussions between India and Pakistan to improve cooperation and bring peace in the region.

White House warns Trump over reversing detente policy with US

Washington: As President-elect Donald Trumpthreatened to “terminate” the detente policy with Cuba, the White House today warned that reversing

NAPA expresses concern over killing of Sikhs in US

Fatehgarh Sahib: US Based North American Punjabi Association (NAPA) strongly condemned the killing of second Sikh youth in USA since the Donald Trump won the

Several die in US school bus accident

Washington:Several persons were killed when a school bus ran into a tree in Tennessee, US, authorities said. The bus was carrying 35 kindergarten and

Indian-origin Muslim woman wins local election in US

Washington: A Muslim-American woman, whoseparents are from India and Pakistan, has won a key local election in the US state of Maryland which was dominated by

India remains a key partner: US

Washington: US Department of State spokesperson John Kirby has reiterated that India remains and will remain Washington’s key partner and strong

Indian American elected for first time to US Senate

New York: Harris made history on Tuesday, becoming the first Indian American elected to the US Senate. She defeated her fellow-Democrat Loretta Sanchez in

Rishi Kapoor supports Hillary for US President

Mumbai: After Bollywood superstar Salman Khan and actor Kabir Bedi rooted for Hillary Clinton, veteran actor Rishi Kapoor also expressed support for the

FBI warns of possible terror attack on US Election Day eve

Washington: The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has warned of a possible Al Qaeda terror threat against the US on the eve of Election Day on November 8.

Two Pakistanis sentenced for shipping pharmaceuticals to US

Washington: Two Pakistani nationals have beensentenced by a US court for operating Internet sites that illegally shipped pharmaceuticals from Pakistan and the

US confirms Al Qaeda leader’s death in Afghanistan

Kabul: The Pentagon has confirmed that Al Qaeda’s top leader in Afghanistan, Faruq al-Qatani, was killed in a US strike. The airstrike was carried out on

Differing worldviews: Obama, Clinton and US foreign policy

Title: Alter Egos – Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, And the Twilight Struggle over American Power; Author: Mark Landler; Publisher: WH Allen/Penguin

Obama lights diya in Oval office, celebrates last Diwali as US President

Washington: US President Barack Obama celebrated Diwali by lighting the first-ever diya in his Oval office at the White House. It was his last Diwali as US