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US begins raids to evict undocumented immigrants

Authorities from the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) have begun conducting raids to round up about 2,000 undocumented immigrants in an operation to drive them out of the country, media reports said on Monday.US media outlets cited government officials as saying that the raids began on Sunday afternoon, but civil rights groups said there

2 protesters arrested for burning US flag outside WH

Two protesters were arrested outside the White House for “burning an American flag outside the limits of a permit that had been issued by the National Park Service”, according to the US Secret Service. The arrests took place on Thursday during Independence Day celebrations in the capital city, reports Xinhua news agency One person was

Trump briefly steps into N.Korea, meets Kim

US President Donald Trump on Sunday became the first sitting American leader to step foot into North Korea after he briefly entered the country before holding a bilateral meeting with Pyongyang’s Kim Jong-un at the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), that divides the two Koreas. Trump, who is on a two-day visit to South Korea, first walked

China says won’t give in to US, will fight till the end

China on Sunday said it won’t give in to the US pressure and was ready to fight till the end in the raging trade war that has the world concerned.Releasing a white paper that elaborated its position on the ongoing trade spat with the US, China said that Washington “groundlessly” and “recklessly” accused Beijing of

US to withdraw from global arms treaty: Trump

US to withdraw from global arms treaty: Trump

US President Donald Trump has announced that the US is withdrawing from an international arms trade treaty signed by the Obama administration, marking Washington’s latest exit from an international pact. Trump made the announcement while attending an annual meeting of the National Rifle Association in the US city of Indianapolis on Friday, Xinhua reported.”We’re taking

US suspending military equipment delivery

US suspending military equipment delivery, most aid to Pakistan

US suspending military equipment delivery: Taking the strictest action against Pakistan, the US has announced that it was freezing most security aid and the delivery of military equipment because Islamabad continues to shelter terrorists despite several warnings from President Donald Trump and other leaders. “We will not be delivering military equipment or transfer security-related funds to

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Amendments in H-1B visa rules creates troubles for Indian techies

India may be looking at upwards of 500,000 of its “skilled” work force returning home from America after the Trump administrations proposal of not extending H-1B visa of those waiting for permanent residency (Green Card) is implemented. Under the existing laws in the US, an outside worker having an H-1B visa can remain in the US for up

Madhya Pradesh CM felicitates India Women's cricket team for world cup show

Madhya Pradesh CM felicitates India Women’s cricket team for world cup show

Madhya Pradesh CM felicitates India Women cricket team: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan felicitated the Indian women’s cricket team for their performance in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 and rewarded them with Rs 50 lakh, on Wednesday.“I am very fond of the daughters. Games are alright in politics but politics in games

North Korea rejects US offer of talks

Pyongyang, Dec 19, North Korea on Tuesday rejected a recent offer by the US for talks without preconditions, calling it a ploy to make Pyongyang give up its nuclear programme. Last week, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that Washington would be willing to talk to Pyongyang without the precondition of North Korea’s denuclearisation,

Mueller accused of unlawfully obtaining Trump’s transition documents

Washington, Dec 17,  A lawyer for US President Donald Trump’s transition team has accused Special Counsel Robert Mueller of unlawfully obtaining documents including thousands of emails without their knowledge, for its ongoing probe into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.Kory Langhofer, counsel to Trump for America (TFA), said in a letter on Saturday

Trump lawyers set for key meeting with Special Counsel

Washington, Dec 16, US President Donald Trump’s private lawyers are slated to meet Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who is currently probing alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, next week, the media reported.While the lawyers have met with Mueller’s team before and might again, the upcoming meeting has greater significance because it comes after

Indian-origin man killed by armed robbers in U.S.

Karunakar Karengle, 53, killed during a robbery by two hooded attackers in Ohio. An Indian-origin man has been killed during a robbery by two hooded attackers in Ohio, becoming one of the the latest victims of gun violence in the U.S. Karunakar Karengle, 53, was working last Monday at the Jiffy Convenience Mart on Camelot

Rejected by DU, accepted by NASA, now on Forbes 30 Under 30: Tirthak Saha’s story

Tirthak Saha, once a resident of Dwarka, Delhi, belongs to a humble family — his father is a school teacher and his mother works in the postal department. However, Tirthak, who works for American Electric Power (AEP), Indiana, which provides electricity to 5.4 million people in 11 states of the United States of America, has

Pakistan Election Commission refuse to recognize Hafiz Saeed Party

Islamabad: Pakistan Election Commission refuse to recognize Hafiz Saeed Party. Most wanted terrorist Hafiz Saeed faced disappointment when Pakistan Election Commission refused to recognize Saeed’s political party Milli Muslim League.It is notable that the EC has denied the acceptance of Saeed’s party, because the party openly used pictures of Hafiz Saeed on party posters. The

Apple cuts prices for 32GB, 128GB iPod touch models

Apple cuts prices for 32GB, 128GB iPod touch models. Apple has recently said that the iPod Nano and Shuffle is discontinued. In this, the company has taken a big announcement on the iPod touch. Apple has closed 16 GB and 64 GB iPod touch. Both devices were launched in 2005, four years after the original

Rupee pushes up 14 paise against dollar

Rupee pushes up 14 paise against dollar

Rupee Dollar: The rupee firmed up by 14 paise to 64.05 against the US dollar on Tuesday as exporters and banks intensified selling of the American currency. At 2pm, the rupee was trading at 64.08 a dollar, up 0.18% from its close of 64.19. The rupee opened at 64.11 a dollar. Rupee dollar slides everyday.The

Two Sikh Americans killed in US

Washington, Jul 29 Two Sikh Americans have been killed in separate incidents in California, according to community organisations and media reports. Subeg Singh, 68, was found dead in a canal after he went missing in the morning of June 23. His body had injuries. California law enforcement officials from Fresno county have said that they

Pakistan suffering from difficulties of its own creation: Manish Tewari

Pakistan suffering from difficulties of its own creation: Manish Tewari

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android :– Click For IOS Senior Congress leader and India’s former information and broadcasting minister Manish Tewari has said that Pakistan is suffering from difficulties of its own creation and can only become stable if it dismantles terror networks operating from its soil. “Pakistan is in

Telugu techie dies in accident in USA on his birthday

  A 28-year-old techie from Bhongiri of Telangana died in a road accident in North Carolina, USA on Sunday. Pothnak Pradeep son of a local political leader P Murali reportedly died on the spot while his wife karthika and four other co-travellers were also hurt in the accident. News arriving here from Pradeep’s family in

Illegal Migrants in US, Were seeking refuge in Canada now in hold of the Legal system.

US President Donal Trump had announced his move to interrogate send all the illegal migrants back to their homeland. This caused a fuss between all the illegal migrants. So, to avoid Trump’s action they rushed to Canada and to seek refuge. However, with a high work load already on Canadian Immigration agency, the process of