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E-visa system likely to be rolled out next week

The Government will roll out by next week the much-awaited electronic-visa system for tourists from select countries including US and Japan.

IIHM introduces degree in Master of Public Health
IIHM introduces degree in Master of Public Health

Indian Institute of Health Management Research University has introduced a degree in Masters of Public Health in co-operation with the John Hopkins University of USA.

USA clinches Women`s World Cup berth
USA clinches Women`s World Cup berth

Carli Lloyd scored two goals as the United States qualified for the 2015 Women`s World Cup tournament with a one-sided 3-0 win over Mexico on Friday.

Christen Press scored for the Americans in the contest which also doubled as a semi-final game at the CONCACAF Women`s Championship.

Falcao-led Colombia to face US in London
Falcao-led Colombia to face US in London

Colombia, sparked by Manchester United forward Radamel Falcao and Real Madrid midfielder James Rodriguez, will face the United States in a football friendly on November 14 at Craven Cottage in London.

MLS boss rips Klinsmann for criticizing league
MLS boss rips Klinsmann for criticizing league

Major League Soccer president Don Garber fired back Wednesday at critical comments by US national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann about the league and its impact on players.

As Hillary Clinton stumps for Democrats, 2016 looms large

Hillary Clinton hit the campaign trail Wednesday in support of a Democratic Senate hopeful, but she sounded every inch like the prospective frontrunner for the 2016 presidential race.

Champions Tennis League ties up with Tennis Channel for broadcasting in USA
Champions Tennis League ties up with Tennis Channel for broadcasting in USA

Champions Tennis League matches will be shown live in the USA through Tennis Channel, one of America's largest sports-oriented digital cable and satellite television networks.

USA women's team earn Rio 2016 basketball berth
USA women's team earn Rio 2016 basketball berth

The USA women's basketball team earned a berth at the Rio 2016 Olympics by defeating Spain 77-64 in the final of the FIBA World Championships.

Parents of missing US student ask for information

The parents of a missing University of Virginia student appealed today for whoever is responsible for her disappearance three weeks ago to help them find their daughter.

China test fires 10,000-km range nuclear missile

China has test-fired an upgraded version of its 10,000-km range intercontinental ballistic missile which could reach most of the US and European cities, days ahead of its National Day on October 1 to demonstrate its nuclear capability.

Sikh leaders share ideas with Modi on Punjab

New York: Sikh community leaders from the United States and Canada shared Saturday evening ideas with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on how they could work together on matters relating to Punjab.

'Rock star' Narendra Modi charms America at Madison Square
'Rock star' Narendra Modi charms America at Madison Square

Playground of the biggest of rock stars, the iconic Madison Square Garden arena in New York erupted in rapturous applause to the words of a man India has voted as their agent of change- Narendra Modi.

Madison Square Garden a premier venue for sports, entertainment
Madison Square Garden a premier venue for sports, entertainment

Madison Square Garden in the heart of Manhattan, where Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi captivated nearly 20,000 Indian-Americans with an inspiring can-do address, is the city's premier venue for sports and entertainment, but it has also played a key role in US politics launching three presidents on their way to the White House.

Marketing Engineering

While many view traditional marketing as an art and some view it as science, the new school of thought is looks at it as engineering. 

PM Modi visits 9/11 memorial, pays homage to terror victims

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday visited the 9/11 memorial and paid homage to victims of the 2001 terror attack .

Buddhist conclave begins in Bodh Gaya

The fourth International Buddhist Conclave was inaugurated Saturday in Bodh Gaya by union Tourism Minister Shripad Naik and Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi.

British parliament set to approve air strikes against IS in Iraq

Prime Minister David Cameron urged lawmakers on Friday to vote in favour of Britain joining US-led air strikes against Islamic State militants in Iraq, hours ahead of a crunch parliamentary vote he is expected to win.

Qatar emir denies funding Syria extremists

The emir of Qatar has denied accusations that his country funds extremist groups in Syria, while stressing the Gulf state's commitment to the US-led campaign against Islamic State jihadists.

US to pay Navajo tribe $554 million in landmark settlement

The Obama administration has agreed to pay the Navajo Nation a record $554 million to settle longstanding claims by America`s largest Indian tribe that its funds and natural resources were mishandled for decades by the US government.

Belgium to offer fighter jets for Islamic State strikes

Belgium plans to send six F-16 fighter jets to join the US-led coalition against the Islamic State militant group but will limit their use to Iraq, the government said.