New Tailban chief may have deceived fellow insurgents: Report

Mullah Akhtar Mansoor, Taliban's newly-anointed chief, may have deceived fellow insurgents for the past two years by claiming to pass orders and messages from Mullah Muhammad Omar even though he would have been aware that his boss had died in 2013, a media report said.

'US Justice Dept asked to probe Hillary Clinton's email use'

The US Justice Department is weighing a request by two government inspectors general to open a criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton`s use of a private email account for her work as secretary of state, the New York Times reported on Thursday.

New York Times makes a blooper with Digvijay Singh picture over PM's #SelfieWithDaughter campaign

In an article titled `#SelfieWithDaughter campaign launched by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the New York Times seems to have made an embarrassing boo-boo by posting a photograph of Digvijaya Singh with noted journalist Amrita Rai.

New York Times makes a blooper with Digvijay Singh picture over PM's #SelfieWithDaughter campaign

In an article titled `#SelfieWithDaughter campaign launched by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the New York Times seems to have made an embarrassing boo-boo by posting a photograph of Digvijaya Singh with noted journalist Amrita Rai.

Soon, 'instantly' read newspaper articles on Facebook
Soon, 'instantly' read newspaper articles on Facebook

Facebook will soon make its Instant Articles programme live, with publishers like NBC News and the New York Times already in the fray.

Indian analyst in US dies from apparent stressful work

A 22-year old Indian Wharton graduate working at Goldman Sachs has died days after he had complained to his father in India about long working hours and stress.

FIFA scandal: World media bays for Sepp Blatter's blood
FIFA scandal: World media bays for Sepp Blatter's blood

Following the arrest of seven FIFA officials in Switzerland on Wednesday on corruption charges and the US attorney general indicting 14 people, the international media is demanding that the world football's president Sepp Blatter immediately resign.

US reporter says Turkish award revoked over article critical of Erdogan

A US journalist claimed on Wednesday that his honorary Turkish citizenship was revoked on the orders of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan over a critical article that saw him branded an "enemy" of Turkey.

Arrested FIFA officials face extradition to US
Arrested FIFA officials face extradition to US

Six soccer officials, including some high-ranking members of world governing-body FIFA, were arrested by Swiss police on Wednesday and detained pending extradition to the United States.

Several Fifa officials arrested on corruption charges in Zurich
Several Fifa officials arrested on corruption charges in Zurich

According to reports on Wednesday, several FIFA executives have been arrested in Zurich following a probe. The The charges include corruption in bid for World Cups and broadcast deals.

American media critical of Modi's first year in office
American media critical of Modi's first year in office

As Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government marks its first year in office on Tuesday, American media has taken a critical view of his accomplishments, saying his flagship 'Make in India' drive is "so far mostly hype", job growth remains sluggish amid "outsize expectations".

Don't jump to conclusions on Axact case: Pak interior minister tells NYT

Pakistan`s Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has reportedly asked The New York Times not to draw any premature conclusions on the Axact Group`s fake degree case before the inquiry is completed.

Pakistan to probe `fake degree factory`: Ministry

Pakistan will investigate a firm accused by the New York Times of earning tens of millions of dollars by running a global fake degree empire, officials said Tuesday.

Hillary Clinton's presidential bid in jeopardy amid donation claims

In a report that could potentially hurt Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential bid, a prominent US daily said that "a flow of cash" made its way into the Clinton Foundation during a deal that gave the Russians control of one-fifth of all uranium production capacity in the US.

Democrats, State Department defend Hillary Clinton over email flap

Democrats scrambled on Tuesday to contain the fallout for Hillary Clinton, their favored 2016 presidential candidate, after allegations she inappropriately used her personal email for work while secretary of state.

NYT media reporter Carr died of cancer, cardiovascular disease: Officials

New York Times media columnist David Carr, a beloved and widely respected journalist who wrote a memoir about his struggles with addiction, died of lung cancer and cardiovascular disease, New York City`s medical examiner said on Saturday.

PM Modi needs to break his "deafening silence" on religious intolerance: NYT

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi needs to break his "deafening silence" on religious intolerance, The New York Times said in an editorial on Friday.

US primed to unlock potential of ties with India: Obama

Less than 10 days after his historic second trip to India, President Barack Obama, in his new national security policy, told Congress on Friday that the US is "primed to unlock" the potential of relations with India.

Here`s why New York Times has covered `cats` over 140 yrs

A new research has revealed the reason behind 'The New York Times,' that paragon of journalism, covering cat-stories for more than 140 years.

Ex-CIA officer convicted in New York Times leak case

A former CIA officer was convicted in federal court in Virginia on Monday in a case about whether he leaked classified information to a New York Times reporter about a failed U.S. effort to undermine Iran`s nuclear weapons program, a Justice Department spokesman said.