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Hindu temple vandalised with hate message in US

Unidentified miscreants sprayed swastika and painted “Get Out” on one of the walls of the temple.


Bahrain police fire tear gas as protests mark uprising

Security measures were aimed at preventing the demonstrators from advancing to the centre of the capital Manama.


Northeast United States braves ‘crippling’ blizzard, transit systems shut

The blizzard will create havoc for more than 60 million people, forcing New York City to shut down.


‘Potentially historic’ blizzard headed for US Northeast

The National Weather Service said the storm would bring heavy snow and powerful winds starting Monday.

US Vice President Joe Biden (AP photo)

Shots fired outside US vice president Joe Biden’s Delaware home, says Secret Service

The US Secret Service said multiple gunshots were fired outside Joe Biden’s home in Delaware.


US lauds steps taken by new Lankan government

Sri Lankan voters ousted two-time president Mahinda Rajapaksa on January 8 from power.

Indian-American appointed minority floor leader in Michigan

Singh’s parents immigrated to Michigan in the 1960s for a better life and an opportunity for the American Dream.


US sanctions North Korea over Sony cyberattack

Never before has the US imposed sanctions on another nation in retaliation for a cyberattack on a US company.


US, NATO to mark end of mission to Afghanistan

It ends with 2,224 American soldiers killed, according to an AP tally, out of a total of some 3,500 foreign troop deaths.


US envoy says no sign North Korea wants to reopen talks

Kim said US would welcome talking directly with N Korea if there was a possibility of substantive discussions.


Five detainees subjected to ‘rectal rehydration': CIA torture report

The report was the first public accounting of tactics employed after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.


Six Guantanamo prisoners sent to Uruguay for resettlement

The release represented the largest single group to leave the US detention camp since 2009.


Austin shooting: Man fired more than 100 rounds

Austin police identified the shooter as Larry McQuilliams and said that he had a criminal record.


Left over on the table

Many battles remain to be fought to fix the WTO Agreement on Agriculture.


US becomes partner for Vibrant Gujarat Summit

So far US had refrained itself from previous editions of biennial business event.