India not to join coalition against ISIS

India will not be joining the coalition of the United States and NATO countries against the Islamic State (ISIS).

Afghanistan signs BSA deal with US today allowing some troops to stay after 2014

Taking up one of its first tasks, the newly sworn-in Ashraf Ghani government in Afghanistan signed the Bilateral Security Agreement with the United States on Tuesday.

Jamie Donaldson savours Ryder Cup triumph
Jamie Donaldson savours Ryder Cup triumph

Jamie Donaldson was left reflecting on a "dream" Ryder Cup debut after starring in Europe`s victory.

US unveils $83 mn in aid for S Sudan

The United States on Monday unveiled some $83 million in new aid for South Sudanese refugees who have fled fighting triggering fears of a looming famine.

Argentina warns US against `contempt` ruling

Argentina warned Monday that the United States would be liable for "unlawful interference" in its affairs if a New York court finds Buenos Aires in contempt in its debt case.

After New York, Modi all set to charm Washington and Obama
After New York, Modi all set to charm Washington and Obama

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's first leg of the US visit has been an overwhelming success.

Is Modi the most successful Indian PM till date?- Part II

A special program from Time Square-Is Narendra Modi the most successful Indian PM till date? Watch the full episode on Zee News.

Obama admits underestimated IS as US presses air war

President Barack Obama admitted that the United States underestimated the threat posed by Islamic State fighters in Syria, as the US-led coalition pressed its air campaign against the jihadists on Monday.

Modi meets two emerging women leaders with deep Indian ties

Two women with deep ties to India, who are are at the forefront of the emerging American leadership, gave Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday an insight into the American political landscape and ideas for cooperation between Washington and New Delhi. They are from opposing parties and bring very different life experiences to politics.

US lawmakers in strength at Modi's reception

Several US lawmakers, including the only Indian-American Congressman and the first Hindu House member, made a beeline for the Madison Square Garden in New York to hear Prime Minister Narendra Modi and boost India-US relations.

Obama admits US underestimated IS threat

President Barack Obama admitted Sunday that the United States had underestimated the opportunity that a collapsing Syria would provide for jihadist militants to regroup and stage a sudden comeback.

Europe defeats USA by five to retain Ryder Cup

Europe`s finest golfers defeated the United States for the sixth time in seven tries Sunday to retain the Ryder Cup, delivering a resounding 16 1/2 to 11 1/2 beating to the once-dominant Americans.

Alex Ferguson plays down own role at Ryder Cup
Alex Ferguson plays down own role at Ryder Cup

Manchester United legend Alex Ferguson on Sunday played down his contribution to Europe`s success after watching the big win over the United States.

Russia says relations with US need new `reset`

 Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov thinks relations between Moscow and Washington need a new "reset", he says in an interview to be aired Sunday, blaming the freeze on the United States. 

May Force be with you: Modi hails youth power, invokes Star Wars magic at Central Park
May Force be with you: Modi hails youth power, invokes Star Wars magic at Central Park

PM Narendra Modi does not fail to charm every time he stands up to speak, and he is at his best when it comes to striking a chord with the audience, which often ends up in claps and cheers.

PM Narendra Modi meets distinguished Indian Americans in New York

A group of 10 distinguished Indian Americans called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New York on Saturday.

Two police officers shot at in Ferguson

Two police officers were shot at, leaving one wounded, in the city of Ferguson, where the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teen triggered race riots and national outrage.