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US: Hijab-clad Muslim cop called 'ISIS', harassed in New York

US: Hijab-clad Muslim cop called 'ISIS', harassed in New York

In an alleged incidence of hate crime, an off-duty hijab-clad Muslim police officer was harassed, called "ISIS" and was told to go back to her country by a white man who also pushed her 16-year-old son, the latest in a series of incidents in which head-scarf-wearing women have been targeted in the US following Donald Trump's win.

Women migrants fearing rape take contraceptives before journey: Rights groups

Women migrants fleeing wars, political instability and poverty are taking contraceptives in the expectation of being raped but are so desperate they still embark on the journey, a human rights group said on Wednesday.

CM Raman Singh woos US investors to Chhattisgarh

CM Raman Singh woos US investors to Chhattisgarh

Raman Singh, currently on an official tour of the US, will meet investors, experts and companies in Chicago, New York and San Francisco inviting investments in the mineral rich Chhattisgarh.

Donald Trump's charity admits to violating IRS self-dealing ban

President-elect Donald Trump's charity has admitted that it violated IRS regulations barring it from using its money or assets to benefit Trump, his family, his companies or substantial contributors to the foundation.

Japan man dies after rice ball eating contest

Japan man dies after rice ball eating contest

Contestants competed to see how fast they could eat five "onigiri" balls of locally grown steamed rice, a popular Japanese comfort food.

What if Donald Trump wants to live in Trump Tower? New York mayor weighs in

What if Donald Trump wants to live in Trump Tower? New York mayor weighs in

Since his election last week, Donald Trump -- who has always lived in New York -- has hardly left Manhattan.

Japan PM Shinzo Abe to be first foreign leader to meet Donald Trump

Japan PM Shinzo Abe to be first foreign leader to meet Donald Trump

"I am very honoured to see the President-elect ahead of other world leaders," Abe told reporters before his departure.

Japan`s Abe heads for New York for first talks with Donald Trump

Japan`s premier Shinzo Abe headed to New York Thursday for talks with Donald Trump, the first leader to meet with the president-elect whose campaign pledges provoked anxiety over US foreign policy.

New York vows Islamic State will not ruin Thanksgiving parade

New York City police sought to reassure residents and tourists on Monday that they would be safe attending the city`s Thanksgiving Day parade despite the militant group Islamic State calling on its followers to attack the event with trucks.

Donald Trump could build confidence with NATO pullback: Vladimir Putin aide

Donald Trump could build confidence with NATO pullback: Vladimir Putin aide

Vladimir Putin's spokesman says one way Donald Trump could help build confidence with Russia after he becomes president would be to persuade NATO to slow down its expansion or withdraw its forces from Russia's borders.

Rubber bullets and fear: Trump protesters flood streets anew

Rubber bullets and fear: Trump protesters flood streets anew

The demonstrations stretched into a third straight night yesterday and came to a head in Portland, Oregon, where thousands of marchers chanted, "We reject the president-elect!".

Facebook being blamed for Donald Trump's rise: Reports

Facebook being blamed for Donald Trump's rise: Reports

Critics have blamed the social networking giant Facebook for influencing the US-elections in favour of President-elect Donald Trump by circulating a "host of fake news stories about political topics," a media report said on Friday.

'Flash crash' trader pleads guilty to spoofing, wire fraud

A London-based trader pleaded guilty to wire fraud and spoofing on Wednesday after being extradited to the United States to face federal charges related to his alleged role in the 2010 Wall Street "flash crash."

America is more deeply divided than we thought, says Hillary Clinton after election defeat

America is more deeply divided than we thought, says Hillary Clinton after election defeat

Hours after conceding the 2016 United States presidential election to Donald Trump in a shocking turn of events, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton addressed her supporters here today. 

US Election 2016 : Hillary Clinton casts her vote in New York

US Election 2016 : Hillary Clinton casts her vote in New York

After casting her vote, Hillary said, "It`s the most humbling feeling. So many people are counting on me. I hope to do the best I can."

US authorities warn of al Qaeda threat to election

US authorities warn of al Qaeda threat to election

A US government source in Washington said some federal agencies sent bulletins to local and state officials flagging the information but that the threat was relatively low level.

FBI should say what it knows about Donald Trump's Russia ties, says Hillary Clinton camp

FBI should say what it knows about Donald Trump's Russia ties, says Hillary Clinton camp

A top aide to Hillary Clinton urged the FBI on Tuesday to disclose what it knows about any ties between Donald Trump and Russia, accusing the agency of unfairly publicizing its inquiry into Clinton's email practices while staying quiet about the Republican presidential candidate.

8-month-old Indian-origin boy killed in New York after being struck by van

Navraj Raju was being pushed in the stroller by his 35-year-old mom, who hailed from India, when he was hit by a van driven by 44-year-old Armondo Rodriguez.

US Catholic Church sold to Muslim group to clear debts

A closed Catholic church in the US state of Pennsylvania has been sold to a Muslim cultural group for nearly two million dollars to clear debts, a media report said today.

Omar Abdullah stopped at New York airport for two hours  – Know about the complete incident

Omar Abdullah stopped at New York airport for two hours – Know about the complete incident

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah is in New York to speak at an event organised by the New York University.