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Bengaluru's demand for a US Consulate could ease travel woes

The demand for a US Consulate has been on since years, as most Bengalureans and people from other parts of the state were forced to travel to Chennai and Hyderabad in huge numbers to get various works related to visa applications and others done.

Ahead of Mexican President's swearing-in, US consulate attacked with grenade

The attack took place early on Saturday morning, local media reported, ahead of the swearing in of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador later in the day.


Mumbai job seeker cheated of Rs 43,700 by man ‘posing as US Consul General’

On February 7, police said, Mukesh Singh transferred the money to an account number provided by the man posing as US Consul General to Mumbai, Edgard D Kagan.

Terror plot on US consulate: Another Pakistani involved in conspiracy

Hussain pleaded guilty to the terror charges levelled against him by the NIA, and is currently serving a prison sentence.

Plan to attack US consulate: NIA sends MLAT to Malaysia

Under the MLAT, either country can approach the other for collecting evidence against an accused.

US immigration racket: Four held,crime branch on the lookout for 'dummy parents'

The police are now hunting for ‘dummy parents’. An FIR in the case was registered by the US Consulate in August.


US to reopen 18 missions except Lahore,Sanaa

The US Embassy in Sanaa,Yemen,will remain closed.

US orders evacuation of non-essential staff from consulate in Lahore over terror threat

The US asked its citizens to defer all non-essential travel to Pakistan following a threat.

‘Romney working hard to exploit Libya attack’

A top Obama aide on Sunday defended Obama administration’s response to the fatal attack on a US Consulate in Libya and accused Republican presidential Mitt Romney of trying to exploit the issue

American Corner to start campaign for US education soon

The American Corner,a partnership between the American Library,US Consulate in Ahmedabad and Mumbai Management Association,will start a series of interactive sessions on US higher education in the city soon.