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Donald Trump links death of NBA star's cousin to black vote

Donald Trump links death of NBA star's cousin to black vote

Donald Trump said that tragedies like the death of NBA star Dwyane Wade's cousin were one of the reasons that African-Americans will vote for the Republican presidential nominee.

Shoe goals! Bollywood stars pumping up for Dream Team tour 2016- See pic

Shoe goals! Bollywood stars pumping up for Dream Team tour 2016- See pic

Bollywood stars- Alia Bhat, Sidharth Malhotra, Katrina Kaif, Aditya Roy Kapoor, Parineeti Chopra, Varun Dhawan and Karan Johar have been living the time of their lives lately.

Hate crime: Hijab-clad mother-daughter assaulted, called 'ISIS' in US

A hijab-clad mother-daughter duo was assaulted, spit at and called 'ISIS' by a woman here in an alleged hate crime incident, the latest in the US amid growing concerns over rising Islamophobic rhetoric.

Indian-American donating nearly 900K to Trump Campaign

An Indian-American donor from Chicago will donate a whopping USD 898,000 to Donald Trump's presidential campaign, making him one of the biggest financial backers to the Republican nominee.

US man admits to ripping off woman's hijab on flight

US man admits to ripping off woman's hijab on flight

Gill Parker Payne of Gastonia, from North Carolina, pleaded guilty in a New Mexico federal court to a misdemeanour hate crime charge of using force to intentionally obstruct the woman's free exercise of her religious beliefs.

'Katrl' the dolphin gives birth to her first child – Watch the incredible moment!

'Katrl' the dolphin gives birth to her first child – Watch the incredible moment!

Katrl, the dolphin, gave birth after 3 hours of labor in the Abbott Oceanarium with more than 40 members of the animal care and veterinary teams standing by.

Donald Trump calls for arrest of protestors at his rallies

Donald Trump calls for arrest of protestors at his rallies

A day after altercations and protests forced him to cancel a campaign rally in Chicago, US presidential candidate Donald Trump called for protesters who disrupt his rallies to be arrested.

US presidential election 2016: Indian-origin journalist heckled, detained at Donald Trump's rally

US presidential election 2016: Indian-origin journalist heckled, detained at Donald Trump's rally

CBS News reporter Sopan Deb was detained by police while covering the protest that broke out last night following the cancellation of Trump's rally in Chicago.

Indian-origin journalist heckled, detained at Donald Trump rally

An Indian-origin journalist with a major US television network was heckled by Donald Trump's supporters and briefly detained by police during a protest at the Republican presidential frontrunner's campaign rally here, media reports said.

Singer John Legend brands Donald Trump ‘racist’ in Twitter feud

Singer John Legend brands Donald Trump ‘racist’ in Twitter feud

In response to his allegations, Trump Jr said that racism “can’t be the answer for everything you don’t like”.

Technical glitch delays AI flight to Chicago by 18 hours

An Air India flight to Chicago from Hyderabad via Delhi was delayed by over 18 hours due to a technical glitch in the aircraft, causing inconvenience to around 300 passengers, who had to spend more time on ground than they would have taken to fly to their destination.

US Prez Barack Obama weeps as he unveils gun control measures

US Prez Barack Obama weeps as he unveils gun control measures

Barack Obama summoned the memory of the 20 elementary school children killed three years ago in Newtown, Connecticut.

Deported from US: Not just Indian students but also tourists and businessmen

Deported from US: Not just Indian students but also tourists and businessmen

The MEA in an advisory said “some Indian nationals travelling on business/tourism/work visas have also been deported (from the US)”.

Relatives seek justice after new Chicago police shootings

Relatives seek justice after new Chicago police shootings

Chicago: Friends and relatives of two African-Americans fatally shot by police in Chicago issued an emotional plea for justice Sunday, calling the incident the latest proof that the city`s officers are far too quick to use deadly force.

US opens federal probe into Chicago police after black teen shot dead

 US Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Monday announced a federal civil rights probe into the Chicago police department`s use of force, prompted by the 2014 shooting death of a black teenager.

Chicago officials release reports in police shooting of teen

Chicago officials release reports in police shooting of teen

Hundreds of pages of Chicago police reports released late Friday by city officials depict a contrasting narrative to squad car video footage in the shooting death of a black teenager by a white police officer.

Chicago police chief out, force faces review over black teen's death

Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced during a news conference that he had asked Garry McCarthy, police superintendent since May 2011, to resign.

Bond set for Chicago police officer charged with killing black teen

A judge on Monday set a $1.5 million bond for a white Chicago police officer charged with murder after a dashboard camera video showed him shooting a black teenager 16 times.

Thousands protest police shooting in Chicago

Thousands of protesters blocked traffic in Chicago`s busy commercial district during the Black Friday shopping extravaganza demanding justice for a black teen killed by a police officer.

Chicago: Video of American cop shooting black teen sparks protests

A video released on court orders of an American cop killing 17 years old black boy on suspicion in Chicago has heated the racial discrimination debate in US once again.