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Dawood Ibrahim is not here: Pakistan

Islamabad, Jan 11: Pakistan today said fugitive underworld don Dawood Ibrahim is not present in the country, a day after India asserted that its most wanted terrorist was living in the neighbouring country.

"We have repeatedly informed Indian authorities that Dawood Ibrahim is not...

US SEALs were ready to face Pakistanis during OBL raid: book

Washington, Jan 10: The US Navy SEALs were prepared to do "whatever was necessary" to escape if Pakistani forces surrounded and confronted them during the covert raid to kill al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad, former Defence Secretary Robert Gates says in his new book....

21 dead as record US freeze spreads

New York/Milwaukee, Jan 9: A DEEP freeze has spread from the US midwest to the east and south, setting record low temperatures from Boston to Birmingham, and leaving 21 people dead.

The midwest and the east experienced temperatures colder than much of Antarctica. All...

All passengers rescued from icebound Antarctic ship

Sydney, Jan 2: All 52 passengers were airlifted on Thursday from a Russian research vessel icebound in Antarctica and are safe on board an Australian supply ship, rescuers said.

"Aurora Australis has advised AMSA that the 52 passengers from the Akademik Shokalskiy are now on...

US to proceed with prosecution of Devyani Khobragade, no question of apology: Sources

New York, Dec 31: US is proceeding with the prosecution of senior Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade and has no intention to withdraw the case of visa fraud against her.

US sources here said today that more evidence was being gathered against the 39-year-old diplomat...

Obama appoints record number of Indian-Americans in 2013

Washington, Dec 29: Indian-Americans never had it so good in the US, as a record number of members from the over three million-strong community were appointed to key positions in the White House in 2013.

Reflecting his special affection, President Barack Obama appointed a...

Indian peacekeepers prevented more casualties in S Sudan: UN official

United Nations, Dec 22: The bravery of 43 Indian peacekeepers stationed at a UN base in South Sudan, which was attacked by about 2,000 rebels this week, prevented more casualties, a top UN official said as she lauded the dedication shown by Indian troops in peacekeeping...

Militants attack Muslims in Central African Republic's capital

Bangui, Dec 21: In a barbarous act, a group of Christian militants attacked Muslim neighborhoods in the capital of Central African Republic on Friday, as France appealed to European partners for assistance in quelling months of religious violence in its former colony.

Waves of looting, rapes and massacres...

Suspected Babbar Khalsa member arrested in US

Washington, Dec 19: An Indian-American man has been arrested by the FBI on charges of providing material support to Sikh separatist groups in India planning terrorist attacks.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on Wednesday arrested Balwinder Singh, 39, of Reno on charges of...

India should act like a big neighbour: Jamaat leader

Dhaka, Dec 18: From the fourth floor of a house in Dhaka's Dhanmondi locality, the Jamaat-e-Islami Tuesday opened doors for communication with India, even as its activists lead violent protests across the country over their leader Abdul Quader Mollah's execution last week.

Abdur Razzak,...