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Taliban chief Mullah Mansour's 'death': US media says he was killed, Pakistani media claims he was not!

Taliban chief Mullah Mansour's 'death': US media says he was killed, Pakistani media claims he was not!

Pakistani media reports on Sunday said a US airstrike in Balochistan province killed a taxi driver and a passenger but not Taliban chief Mullah Mansour.

Donald Trump wins Nevada Republican caucuses: US networks

Donald Trump wins Nevada Republican caucuses: US networks

Projections on TV networks gave Donald Trump 46 percent of the vote, with senators Marco Rubio of Florida and Ted Cruz of Texas trailing some 20 points behind.

FBI raids home of San Bernardino shooter's brother: Reports

Federal agents have raided the home of San Bernardino shooter Syed Farook's brother, US media reported.

Al-Jazeera ending US cable news channel April 30

Al-Jazeera America, the cable news launched by the global Qatar-based media group in 2013, will be shut down April 30, the company said today.

PM Modi's new fan Murdoch says time spent with Indian PM 'great hour'

PM Modi's new fan Murdoch says time spent with Indian PM 'great hour'

Media baron Rupert Murdoch on Friday described the time spent with Prime Minister Narendra Modi here as a "great hour" during which they discussed role the media and entertainment industry can play in the development and generation of employment opportunities in India.

FBI finds deleted Clinton emails: Reports

Personal and work-related emails that Hillary Clinton said had been deleted from her email server have been recovered by the FBI, US media reported.

US media highlights APJ Abdul Kalam's role in India's nuclear programme

Describing him as one of the most "exuberant boosters" of India's nuclear capabilities, the US media on Tuesday highlighted the contribution of 'missile man' APJ Abdul Kalam to the country's atomic and space programme.

US media CEOs are top paid even in year when stock prices lagged

Investors in some top US media companies have had a rough ride as their shares have lagged the rest of the market. You just wouldn’t know it if you looked at the bank accounts of their top executives.

US media face Muslim anger over student murder coverage

The murder of three Muslim students in the United States has sparked accusations in the Arab world of double standards by American media in their coverage of the attack.

In India visit, US media sees geopolitical implications

Taking a generally positive view of US President Barack Obama's India visit, the US media has suggested that his personal chemistry with Prime Minister Narendra Modi had opened a new chapter in India-US relations.

N-deal dominates US media coverage of Obama's India trip

The "breakthrough" achieved by US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the civil nuclear deal, six years after it was signed, dominated American media coverage of Obama's unprecedented second India visit.

Detained Radio Liberty journalists questioned in Azerbaijan

Police in Azerbaijan have detained a dozen journalists working for US-funded Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty amid an ongoing crackdown on the outlet that has been criticised by Washington and rights groups.

'Rock star' Modi makes a big splash in US media

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rock star like reception by a rapturous Indian-American community at Madison Square Garden made quite a splash in the US media too ahead of his summit Monday with President Barack Obama.

Nude photos of Kim Kardashian, Vanessa Hudgens leaked

Nude photos of Kim Kardashian, Vanessa Hudgens leaked

More nude celebrity photos, purportedly including reality star Kim Kardashian, circulated social media Saturday, in what appeared to be the second massive hacking-related leak in less than a month, US media reported.

BKS Iyengar - one of the greatest yoga gurus: US media

Mainstream American media and yoga experts have mourned the loss of BKS Iyengar, calling him one of the greatest yoga gurus who was instrumental in bringing the physical and spiritual exercise to West.

BNP Paribas warned of US legal risks: Report

The bank is accused of breaking sanctions against Iran, Sudan and Cuba between 2002 and 2009 by carrying out dollar transactions with them.

Election presents an opportunity for India-US reset: US media

As India began the month long exercise to elect a new government, the US media suggested that India`s next prime minister would have an opportunity to start afresh with the US after their recent tensions.

Indian elections in the eyes of US media

The US media looks at India`s upcoming general elections as an "insanely huge and complex exercise" to "one of the most significant elections in decades" that will put "more power in the hands and thumbs of the Indian voter than ever before".

Diplomat arrest row: India has overreacted to Devyani`s arrest, says US media

The American media, which demanded action by the Obama Administration when a junior consular staff was detained in Lahore for killing two men, has attacked the Indian government for siding with its diplomat after her arrest and ill-treatment.

Hackers who hit US media are back: Experts

The hackers who penetrated the computer network of The New York Times last year have resurfaced with an attack on "an organisation involved in shaping economic policy," experts warned.