HC scraps Delhi Police tender for fresh uniforms, cops take U-turn

The Delhi High Court on Monday asked city police to scrap its tender inviting bids from apparel- making firms to supply new uniforms in view of the upcoming visit of US President Barack Obama in January 2015.

US President Barack Obama mocks himself on talk show

US President Barack Obama took on the role of talk show host, poking fun at himself during an appearance on Stephen Colbert's satirical show.

Barack and Michelle Obama's romance made into movie
Barack and Michelle Obama's romance made into movie

 A movie about the US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama is being developed.

Young people of colour feel not being treated fairly: Obama

President Barack Obama has said young people of colour in the nation feel that they are not being treated fairly, conceding it a problem as he initiated steps to streamline the police system on the aftermath of the Ferguson shooting.

Republican aide who criticised Obama's daughters resigns

The Republican congressional aide who posted a Facebook message criticising the behaviour of US President Barack Obama`s daughters during a White House ceremony has announced her resignation.

 

Obama to move on police body cameras after Ferguson unrest

President Barack Obama will seek to release funds aimed at equipping more US police officers with body cameras following the racially charged fatal shooting of a black teenager in Ferguson, the White House said Monday.

Obama shops to support small business, buys books

President Barack Obama has done his part to support independently owned businesses as the holiday shopping season begins.

 

Hillary Clinton would be a great president: Barack Obama

 US President Barack Obama on Sunday said Hillary Clinton would be a formidable Democratic candidate and a great president if she decided to run for the 2016 election.

Obama tells Ferguson residents to `keep protests peaceful`

US President Barack Obama urged calm Friday ahead of an expected grand jury decision in a town rocked by unrest after a white police officer shot a black teen to death.

US House Republicans sue over 'Obamacare'
US House Republicans sue over 'Obamacare'

US House Republicans filed a lawsuit against President Barack Obama's administration today over his signature health care law and unilateral actions they say amount to an abuse of executive authority.

Barack Obama accepts PM Modi's invite to attend India's Republic Day parade

In a major diplomatic victory for the NDA government and a massive boost to Indo-American ties, US President Barack Obama on Friday accepted Prime Minister Narendra Modi's invite to be the chief guest at the Republic Day celebrations next year.

PM Modi invites Barack Obama for 2015 Republic day celebrations

Prime Minister Narendra Modi invites US President Barack Obama to be the chief guest at India's Republic Day celebrations next year.

Barack Obama says his immigration plan is lawful
Barack Obama says his immigration plan is lawful

President Barack Obama planned on Thursday to impose the most sweeping immigration reform in a generation, easing the threat of deportation for about 4.7 million undocumented immigrants and setting up a clash with outraged Republicans.

Australia tackles Obama on his Great Barrier Reef fears
Australia tackles Obama on his Great Barrier Reef fears

Australia has sent US President Barack Obama the "facts" about the Great Barrier Reef after he voiced fears it would not be there for future generations, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said Friday.

Republicans warn Obama against weak Iran agreement
Republicans warn Obama against weak Iran agreement

Senate Republicans called Thursday for US President Barack Obama to submit any text of an agreement with Iran to Congress and warned against unilaterally lifting sanctions, as negotiations continue with Tehran over its nuclear program.

White House disappointed as TVs snub Obama speech

The White House admitted Thursday it was disappointed that leading US television networks -- ABC, NBC and CBS -- have decided to snub President Barack Obama`s prime-time address on immigration.

Barack Obama to announce plan to fix US immigration
Barack Obama to announce plan to fix US immigration

President Barack Obama will lay out his plan to reform the United States` "broken" immigration system on Thursday, he said, accusing Washington of allowing the problem to fester.

US President warns Iran nuclear deal may not be reached

The United States and Iran held high-level talks in Oman Sunday as the deadline for a nuclear deal loomed closer, but President Barack Obama warned there may be no agreement.

Iraq says foreign trainers `late` as bombs rock Baghdad

Iraq said Saturday foreign military trainers who will aid its fight against jihadists are welcome but "late", as a wave of car bombs killed dozens, highlighting enormous security challenges ahead.

We must remember lessons from Berlin Wall: Barack Obama

US President Barack Obama told the world Friday to remember lessons from the emotional fall of the Berlin Wall 25 years ago, particularly in light of "Russia`s actions against Ukraine."