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New York's JFK airport in chaos amid reports of possible shooting

New York's JFK airport in chaos amid reports of possible shooting

Travellers have been evacuated from two terminals at John F Kennedy International airport in New York following reports of a possible shooting.

When Jawaharlal Nehru rejected US' help to fulfil India's NSG dream

When Jawaharlal Nehru rejected US' help to fulfil India's NSG dream

"If Jawaharlal Nehru had accepted the US' offer, 50 years later India would not have to yearn to enter into the Nuclear Suppliers Group."

Renowned French brothel keeper Madame Claude dies

 Madame Claude, considered France's most famous brothel keeper whose clients were said to include John F Kennedy and Marlon Brando, has died.

Kennedy killer's photo authentic: Study

The findings refute continued claims that the photo was faked because Oswald's pose was physically implausible.

1962 Indo-China war: 'Kennedy was planning $500 mn military aid package for India'

In the aftermath of 1962 Indo-China war, the then John F Kennedy administration was planning a USD 500 million military aid package for India including help to increase arms production and creation of six mountain divisions, a new book has said.

Jawaharlal Nehru sought US assistance during 1962 Indo-China war: Book

Jawaharlal Nehru sought US assistance during 1962 Indo-China war: Book

Former prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru had sought American assistance and wrote to the then US president John F Kennedy to provide India jet fighters to stem the Chinese tide of aggression during the 1962 Sino-India war, according to a new book.

Inside Cold War Oval Office: CIA releases intel briefs

On October 30, 1962 President John F Kennedy received a secret CIA briefing on the first results of his diplomatic dance with Nikita Khrushchev to end the Cuban missile crisis.

New York residents arrested over IS extremist plot

Three New York residents have been arrested for plotting to join extremists fighting in Syria and two threatened to carry out attacks within the United States, officials said on Wednesday.

JFK Airport to open world's first 'just for animals' terminal

The world's first-ever terminal for animals is set to open at the John F Kennedy Airport here in 2016 and it will transport 70,000 animals a year once the USD 48 million facility becomes operational.

John F Kennedy's WWII letters sell at auction

A collection of letters John F Kennedy sent to the family of a lost PT-109 crewmate sold for USD 200,000 at an auction.

Solomon Islander who helped save JFK dies at 93

A Solomon Islander who helped save John F. Kennedy when a Japanese destroyer sank the future US president`s patrol boat during World War II has died aged 93, his family said Monday.

Jacqueline Kennedy letters reveal her private side

Letters written by Jacqueline Kennedy to an Irish priest have revealed new
details about her closely guarded private thoughts. The letters are set to be auctioned next month and could fetch up to 1.6 million USD.

Elder President Bush honored with Kennedy award

Ex-President George H W Bush has been honored with a Kennedy "courage" award for agreeing during his presidential term to raise taxes to confront a spiraling budget deficit.

Obama marks 50th anniversary of Civil Rights Act

Barack Obama, America`s first black president, declared that he had "lived out the promise" envisioned by Lyndon B. Johnson, the president who championed the push for greater racial equality with sweeping civil rights legislation a half century ago.

Snow shuts down Washington

The American capital was Monday shut down again as yet another winter storm pounded the region. The weatherman forecast rain, ice and 8-12 inches of snow.

Welfare of human beings should be topmost: Prez to students

President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday said the welfare of human beings should be topmost in the minds of youngsters when they go out into the world to join work.

US remembers Kennedy 50 years after assassination

Five decades after it served as the backdrop for a nation`s grief and disbelief, Dallas` Dealey Plaza took center stage once again as Americans commemorated the 50th anniversary of President John F Kennedy`s assassination.

US to mark 50th anniversary of John F Kennedy assassination

The United States will on Friday mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F Kennedy, a dark turning point in the nation`s history and a day many still remember vividly.

Obama to pay tribute to John F Kennedy legacy

President Barack Obama is honoring slain president John F Kennedy`s legacy two days before the nation pauses to remember the 50th anniversary of his assassination.

Caroline Kennedy meets Japan emperor in ceremonial pomp

Caroline Kennedy met Japan`s Emperor Akihito Tuesday in a ceremonial formality as thousands of well-wishers lined the streets of Tokyo to catch a glimpse of the incoming US ambassador.