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After Kansas shooting, another Indian-origin man shot dead in US; hate crime ruled out

After Kansas shooting, another Indian-origin man shot dead in US; hate crime ruled out

Local officials in Lancaster, however, did not believe that Harnish Patel`s killing was a bias crime as investigations are on, The Herald reported.

Barack Obama bans solitary confinement for juveniles

Barack Obama bans solitary confinement for juveniles

United States President Barack Obama has announced a ban on solitary confinement for juvenile offenders in the federal prison system and said the practice is overused and has the potential for devastating psychological consequences.

ISIS releases video revealing Paris attack terrorists; threatens Britain

ISIS has released a video of the terrorists who attacked Paris. President of France, Francois Hollande on this, has said that France will keep attacking ISIS till ISIS ends completely.

Grandmother gives birth to granddaughter in US

 In a carefully planned surrogacy, a 54-year-old grandmother in the US has given birth to her daughter's baby, honouring a vow to her sibling who suffered three heartbreaking miscarriages.

Refugee girl who cried after Merkel comments granted stay in Germany

Refugee girl who cried after Merkel comments granted stay in Germany

A 14-year-old Palestinian girl who burst into tears when Chancellor Angela Merkel told her she might be deported has been granted a residency permit to stay in Germany until October 2017, mass-selling daily Bild reported on Thursday.

Dollar mixed following US jobs report

Near 2230 GMT, the dollar fell to 103.26 yen from 103.94 Thursday.

China asks US to protect its huge investments

Beijing is concerned over the fallout of the looming downgrade of US debt.

US economy shrinks 0.1% in Dec qtr; first time in over 3 years

The unexpected contraction adds to the concerns about the struggling global economy which is already battling the European debt turmoil and slowing growth in many developing countries including India.

America's deficit problem is more than fiscal: US economist

The US needs to address its budget deficit, but measures to be taken should not bring counterproductive effects as the nation also face jobs and growth "deficits", said Lawrence Summer, a US economist and President Barack Obama's former economic adviser.