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Wing Commander Pooja Thakur, who led Guard of Honour on Obama's visit, drags IAF to court on denial of permanent commission

Wing Commander Pooja Thakur, who led Guard of Honour on Obama's visit, drags IAF to court on denial of permanent commission

Pooja Thakur has termed the IAF's decision as 'discriminatory, biased, arbitrary and unreasonable'.

House approves bill to undercut nuclear agreement with Iran

The Republican-led House has approved a bill that would undercut the milestone nuclear deal with Iran.

South China Sea ruling will intensify conflict, Beijing envoy tells US

South China Sea ruling will intensify conflict, Beijing envoy tells US

An international tribunal`s ruling denying China`s claims in the South China Sea will intensify conflict and even confrontation, Beijing's ambassador to the United States said on Tuesday.

EU says new Israeli law risks undermining democracy

The European Union criticised a new Israeli law that increases regulation of many human rights organisations.

US boosts aid to Syria war-affected by USD 439 million

US boosts aid to Syria war-affected by USD 439 million

The Obama administration will provide another USD 439 million in humanitarian aid to refugees in Syria.

Barack Obama makes call for unity at Dallas memorial

Barack Obama makes call for unity at Dallas memorial

"I know that Americans are struggling right now with what we`ve witnessed over the past week." 

Barack Obama asks American to reject despair

Speaking to a packed hall, barely a mile from where the gunman opened fire last week, Obama invoked the names of the five police officers killed in the shooting rampage, describing details about each of their lives.

Bernie Sanders officially endorses Hillary Clinton for president, vows to ensure her victory

Bernie Sanders officially endorses Hillary Clinton for president, vows to ensure her victory

Effectively bringing his campaign to an end, Bernie Sanders appeared side-by-side with Hillary Clinton at a joint rally and endorsed her for President, marking reconciliation between the former foes.

U.S Defense Secretary pays unannounced visit to Kabul

U.S Defense Secretary Ash Carter made an unannounced visit to Afghanistan on Tuesday where he will meet President Ashraf Ghani and CEO Abdullah Abdullah alongwith senior U.S military commanders.

Dallas police chief says armed civilians in Texas "increasingly challenging"

The Dallas police chief stepped into America's fierce gun-rights debate on Monday when he said Texas state laws allowing civilians to carry firearms openly, as some did during a protest where five officers were killed, presented a growing law enforcement challenge.

Obama attends meetings with law enforcement at White House

US President Barack Obama today attended a White House meeting of law enforcement officials in the aftermath of the tragic shooting incident in which five police officials were killed.

US demo arrests swell as police describe Dallas bomb plot

The Dallas gunman was plotting a major bomb attack, authorities said, urging calm as hundreds of people were arrested in weekend protests in US cities over police violence against African-Americans.

Dallas shootout: Obama to visit city tomorrow, address interfaith service

Dallas shootout: Obama to visit city tomorrow, address interfaith service

President Barack Obama will travel to Dallas tomorrow where he will address an interfaith service in memory of five police officers shot dead in a sniper attack during a protest decrying police shootings of black men.

Barack Obama, George W Bush to address Dallas memorial service

Barack Obama, George W Bush to address Dallas memorial service

President Barack Obama and former President George W. Bush are slated to address an interfaith memorial service in Dallas on Tuesday for the five police officers who were killed in a sniper attack last week.

Obama visits Spain on symbolic but curtailed trip

Obama, who prides himself on his measured approach, is usually loath to alter travel plans. 

Obama makes symbolic but overshadowed Spain visit

Barack Obama began a shortened but symbolic first presidential trip to Spain Saturday, squeezing in a visit to a key ally before dashing home to deal with the aftermath of a wrenching shooting in Dallas.

Barack Obama urges Angela Merkel to ensure orderly EU exit deal for UK

Barack Obama urges Angela Merkel to ensure orderly EU exit deal for UK

United States President Barack Obama on Saturday urged German Chancellor Angela Merkel to ensure an orderly transition to a close relationship between Britain and the European Union once the UK leaves the EU, a White House official said.

Barack Obama to travel to Dallas, cut European trip short: White House

Barack Obama to travel to Dallas, cut European trip short: White House

US President Barack Obama will cut short a trip to Europe and travel to Dallas next week in the wake of the deadly ambush in the city that left five police dead, the White House has said.

Modi the most effective leader India has had: US Senator McCain

US diplomacy wants improvement in relations between Pakistan and India.

Four NATO battalions to go to eastern Europe to deter Russia

Speaking at a NATO summit in Warsaw, President Barack Obama said the troops would serve "shoulder to shoulder" with Polish forces.