China not interested in any form of 'Cold War'

The Chinese Foreign Ministry on Monday said China was not interested in any form of Cold War and firmly opposed anything that might threaten or harm the country's sovereignty and security.

PM Narendra Modi to visit five nations from June 4; to take up black money issue with Swiss President

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will embark on a five-nation visit from June 4 which will cover Afghanistan, Qatar, Switzerland, the US and Mexico.

Pakistan fails to seal F-16 fighter jets deal with US, says report

Pakistan fails to seal F-16 fighter jets deal with US, says report

Pakistan seems to have failed to seal the $700 million deal for the purchase of eight F-16 fighter jets from the US following a row between the two countries over their financing.

Pakistan can help US destabilise Taliban: Senator Bob Corker

Pakistan can help US destabilise Taliban: Senator Bob Corker

United States Senator Bob Corker, the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, has said that Pakistan`s support can help destabilise the Taliban far more rapidly than U.S. military operations alone could.

US military restricts troops after murder in Okinawa

The US military in Japan is restricting celebrations and off-base alcohol consumption in Okinawa after the arrest of a former Marine suspected of killing a woman on the southern Japanese island.

Chinese actions could erect Great Wall of self-isolation: US

Chinese actions could erect Great Wall of self-isolation: US

China's military expansion in the disputed South China Sea poses a growing risk to the region's prosperity and its actions could erect a "Great Wall of self- isolation", US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter has warned.

Worrying signs: Indian student studying in US spotted in ISIS video, says report

Worrying signs: Indian student studying in US spotted in ISIS video, says report

The Deccan Chronicle reported on Saturday that the student hails from Andhra Pradesh and was studying in Texas.

US snubs Pakistan, says India's entry to nuclear club is not about arms

US snubs Pakistan, says India's entry to nuclear club is not about arms

US State Department Deputy Spokesman Mark Toner said that India's entry to nuclear club is not about arms.

'El Chapo' appeals extradition to US

'El Chapo' appeals extradition to US

Court documents said the appeal was filed Thursday in Mexico City by two lawyers for Guzman, who is considered the world's most wanted drug boss as leader of the Sinaloa cartel.

Donald Trump reaches the magic number to clinch Republican nomination

Donald Trump reaches the magic number to clinch Republican nomination

Donald Trump reached the number of delegates needed to clinch the Republican nomination for president on Thursday.

World leaders kick off G7 talks with economy, terrorism and refugees in focus

World leaders kick off G7 talks with economy, terrorism and refugees in focus

Obama arrived in Japan after spending several days in Vietnam, where he urged the communist authorities to embrace human rights and abandon authoritarianism.

Rights abuse allegations in Tibet groundless: Chinese media

Accusing the US of being an "active provoker" of Tibetan independence, China's state media today said the West was making "groundless" allegations about human rights violations to sabotage the integrity of China.

Donald Trump wins Washington state Republican primary

Donald Trump wins Washington state Republican primary

Republican Party`s presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump on Tuesday night won the Washington state primary.

US presidential Donald Trump takes poll lead over Hillary Clinton

US presidential Donald Trump takes poll lead over Hillary Clinton

For the first time, Republican front-runner Donald Trump seems to have edged ahead of Democrat Hillary Clinton in presidential polling.

Obama implores Vietnam to embrace human rights

The visit is Obama's first to the country and the third by a sitting president since the end of the Vietnam War in 1975.

US envoy calls on Syria rebels to respect truce

The US envoy for Syria has urged rebel groups to respect a shaky nationwide truce after they gave its brokers 48 hours to stop a regime offensive near the capital.

US, Vietnam agree to allow Peace Corps into Vietnam for first time

US, Vietnam agree to allow Peace Corps into Vietnam for first time

The United States and Vietnam on Tuesday signed an agreement allowing the U.S. Peace Corps to work in the country for the first time.

Russia unfazed as US lifts ban on arms sales to Vietnam

The lifting of a decades-old US arms embargo on Vietnam will not affect Russia's weapons sales to the southeast Asian country, an official said on Monday.

Islamic State urges Ramadan attacks in US, Europe in new audio broadcast

Islamic State urges Ramadan attacks in US, Europe in new audio broadcast

The 31-minute audio clip was distributed on Twitter  and calls for the IS followers to carry out attacks in the US and Europe during the Islamic month of Ramadan

No apology for Hiroshima bombing during Japan visit: Obama

No apology for Hiroshima bombing during Japan visit: Obama

American airmen launched the world`s first atomic strike on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945, causing the deaths of about 140,000 people.