The Foreign Policy magazine coined a new term - "Modbamaa" - to reflect "a budding bromance" between India and US, while the Los Angeles Times compared the US visits of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pope.
Congress steered the US government clear of a shutdown hours before a midnight deadline, approving temporary federal spending that does not defund women's health care provider Planned Parenthood as Republicans had hoped.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's just concluded US visit has strengthened the bonds between the two largest democracies of the world and opened up new avenues of co-operation, top American lawmakers have said.
French authorities have launched a probe into Syrian President Bashar al-Assad`s regime for alleged war crimes, sources said Tuesday, as world powers sparred at the UN over the embattled leader`s fate.
US President Barack Obama said Tuesday that Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad must go if the Islamic State group is to be defeated, as he rallied world leaders to revitalize the coalition campaign against the jihadists.
US President Barack Obama said on Tuesday that defeating the Islamic State group in Syria will only be possible if Bashar al-Assad leaves power, a day after a clash with Russia over the Syrian president's fate.
An ultraconservative Iranian lawmaker hit out Tuesday at reports Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif shook hands with US President Barack Obama at the UN General Assembly, branding it as unrevolutionary.
President Barack Obama and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif shook hands at the United Nations, an Iranian official told Reuters on Tuesday, adding that the historical event on Monday "was not preplanned".
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that terrorism is a global phenomenon from which no country can be immune and told US President Barack Obama that time has come for the international community to come out in strong and united manner against the menace.
U.S President Barack Obama on Monday announced that more than 50 countries have stepped up and promised to contribute 40,000 new troops and police for the United Nations peacekeeping operations and lauded UN chief Ban Ki-moon`s efforts to achieve zero tolerance policy against `abusive peacekeepers`.