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US issues travel advisory to Israel and the West Bank

The travel advisory said US citizens need to be aware of the risks of travel there because of the current conflict.


‘US shares India’s desire for more interconnected South Asia’

It is refreshing to see that PM Modi has reached out to all of India’s neighbors as its first acts, said Bernicat.


MH17 tragedy: Ukraine says Russia helping destroy crash evidence; rebels deny any wrongdoing

The Ukraine govt has alleged that the rebels have taken 38 bodies from the site to conduct their own autopsies.


MH17: Hours after blaming Russia-backed separatists, Obama reaches out to global leaders for ‘impartial’ probe

UK, Germany and Australia agreed on a prompt, full, unimpeded and transparent international probe.


US officials hail Modi’s steps to firm up ties with neighbours

During the hearing, US Senators praised the SAARC initiative of the Indian government.


Cast a wider Net

India needs to break out of the status quo on internet governance.

Read more: BJP, NSA, UPA government, US

Germany arrests suspected double agent spying for U.S.

Opposition lawmakers called for diplomatic consequences if the allegations should prove true.

Read more: Germany, NSA, US, US Spying

Hope NSA spying on BJP will not hurt relations, says US

NSA had sought permission to carry out surveillance on BJP.

After Bangla fire, India’s textile exports to US up

Readymade garments played a significant role in India’s double-digit export growth in May, clocking a 25 per cent growth.


Body of missing MIT student recovered in Leh

Kaitlin Goldstein may have slipped from the top of a mountain into the ravine resulting in her death.

Read more: Leh Ladakh, US

e4e Healthcare to hire 700 across India, US, Philippines

‘Our business outlook anticipates a Y-o-Y growth of over 35 per cent.’


US, Iran, longtime enemies, now potential partners

The two countries have cooperated before, notably when Washington twice invaded Saddam Hussein’s Iraq. They’ve also collaborated on combating drug flows.


John Kerry says air strikes in Iraq an option, U.S. open to Iran talks

Kerry says U.S. drone strikes “may well” be an option to stop Sunni extremists.

Read more: Iran, Iraq, John Kerry, US

Gay couples rush to marry at Wisconsin courthouses

Gay couples line at courts in Wisconsin state to marry as the state’s decision to repeal the ban was put on hold.


US asks China for ‘unconditional’ talks with the Dalai Lama

US trying to open a consulate in Lhasa asks China to have “unconditional” talks with the 14th Dalai Lama.