From Jallikattu protests to Etah bus accident to Vijay Mallya — here are the top stories for the afternoon bulletin on January 19.
“Trump says that he can improve the health system. I believe that if he is able to insure the same number of people – better than I am – I would support this,” said Barack Obama.
US President Barack Obama on Sunday urged Americans on the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks to embrace the nation’s diversity and not to allow “terrorists” to divide the country.
“Had a great discussion with President of the US (POTUS) on India-USA relations,” Modi tweeted after his meeting with Obama on the sidelines of the East Asia Summit here, their eighth in the last two years.
Dr Rajwant Singh, Washington-based chairman of the Sikh Council on Religion and Education, said the Sikh community, is very concerned about the possible backlash from the Orlando killings.
Some 2.2 million people are behind bars in the United States, a quarter of the world’s prisoners in a country with
only five percent of the world’s population
When POTUS dines with celebrated American chef and television personality Anthony Bourdain, all hell breaks loose.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba’s founder and head Jack Ma was at the White House on Tuesday to have lunch with Obama, according to a White House official.
Pratap Singh Bajwa of the Congress raised the issue of corruption in transportation of foodgrain in Punjab, which evoked loud protests from Akali members.
It is a video that promotes the Invictus Games happening in Orlando, Florida
Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL, controls the cities of Mosul in Iraq and Raqqa in Syria and is proving a potent threat abroad
With 10 months to go, Obama has been on a fundraising swing
Though his visit will be one of the most visible symbols of the new approach, Obama has been rolling back restrictions on Cuba.
On Sunday, Obama will become the first US president in 88 years to visit Cuba, a trip his advisors say will be heavily focused on taking his message to the public.
The White House announcement came the same day that the country’s highest court sentenced an American tourist to 15 years in prison with hard labor for subversion.