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ISIL must be defeated, says John Kerry

The military action will end only when they have ended the capacity of ISIL to engage in broad-based terrorist activity.


Won’t fight another ground war in Iraq, vows Barack Obama

Obama’s message came a day after knowing about a possibility of some ground forces during congressional testimony that worried some Democrats.

Read more: Barack Obama, Iraq, Isis, US

US can destroy ISIS without sending troops on ground: White House

The ultimate aspiration of al-Qaeda was always the formation of an Islamic caliphate.

Read more: Iraq, ISIL, Isis, Syria, US, White House

The freeze over Ukraine

It must be broken. Western strategy could benefit from a vigorous diplomatic effort.

Sitharaman: Centre working on a comprehensive IPR policy

Several nations, including the US, have raised the efficacy of India’s intellectual property rights regime.

Apple’s rivals hope its iWatch makes ‘wearable’ work

It forecasts the number of wearable devices to ship will reach 135 million in 2018, up from just under 10 million in 2013.


US supports Nawaz Sharif as ‘elected leader’ of Pakistan

Both the protesting groups in Pakistan are seeking re-elections and the resignation of Prime Minister Sharif.


India seeks pre-clearance facility for flights to US from Mumbai and Delhi

The civil aviation ministry has written to the ministry of external affairs.


NATO will be ‘one of the foreign military threats': Russia

Popov said that US and NATO leaders reassured Moscow that they are not Russia’s enemy and would never attack Russia.


India is 3rd country to come up with ‘seed less’ kinnows

Dr Gosal, director of research, confirmed the development but refused to share details saying, “Information cannot be revealed at this stage.”

Read more: Pakistan, pau, US

American bungle

No one loves an Arab vacuum like jihadi extremists, and a bloody vacuum was precisely what Obama allowed Syria to become.

Yellen calls for ‘pragmatic’ policy approach, but keeps interest rate card close to chest

Yellen’s speech in Jackson Hole included lengthy references to the possibility that labour markets may in fact be tighter then they seem.


James Foley case lays bare debate over paying ransom

By paying ransoms, govts in the Mideast and Europe have become some of the biggest financiers of terror groups.

Read more: Isis, James Foley, US

US teen killing: Missouri sends National Guard to protesting suburb

The protests have been going on since Brown’s death heightened racial tensions between the predominantly black community and the mostly white Ferguson Police Department.

India puts on hold howitzer deal

The M-777 howitzers developed by BAE Systems were originally to be procured at about USD 650 million.


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