Unending school shooting: Obama says America should be ashamed

Unending school shooting: Obama says America should be ashamed

Washington: As America witnessed its 74th school shooting this week since the "massacre of innocents" at an elementary school 18 months ago, President Barack Obama said he was ashamed that America can't put a stop to them."We should be ashamed  more
Modi a friendly and very knowledgeable person: Bhutanese PM
Modi a friendly and very knowledgeable person: Bhutanese PM
Thimphu: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a friendly and very knowledgeable person and Bhutan will use his maiden foreign visit as an "opportunity" to further cement the already strong ties, his Bhutanese counterpart has said."He is a friendly person and  more
After mangoes, now Indian Paan may be banned by EU
After mangoes, now Indian Paan may be banned by EU
London: Betel or 'paan' leaves from India may be the next item to be banned by the European Union (EU), which has already imposed an import ban on Alphonso mangoes over claims of a fruit fly infestation. The  more
Israeli war jets launch intensive airstrikes on Gaza
Israeli war jets launch intensive airstrikes on Gaza
Gaza: Israeli war jets on Saturday night carried out a series of intensive and successive airstrikes on various military targets in southern, central and northern Gaza Strip, injuring one person, officials said.Israeli war jets, which hovered over the coastal enclave  more
US deploys aircraft carrier to Gulf
US deploys aircraft carrier to Gulf
Washington: US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel on Saturday ordered the aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush to move from the North Arabian Sea into the Gulf, amid escalating violence in Iraq.The order will provide President Barack Obama additional flexibility should  more
Italy saves over 300 migrants at sea; Ten die
Italy saves over 300 migrants at sea; Ten die
Rome: The Italian coast guard and navy have rescued more than 300 migrants whose boats ran into trouble in the Mediterranean Sea and recovered the bodies of 10 migrants whose dinghy had overturned.Naval official Salvatore Scimone said 39 survivors on  more
Ukraine: 49 dead as rebels down military plane
Ukraine: 49 dead as rebels down military plane
Novohannivka (Ukraine): Pro-Russia separatists shot down a Ukrainian military transport plane today, killing all 49 crew and troops aboard in a bloody escalation of the conflict in the country’s restive east.It was a bitter setback for the Ukrainian forces, which  more
10 US Senators ask Modi to combat gender-based violence in India
10 US Senators ask Modi to combat gender-based violence in India
Washington: Sharing India’s “shock and horror” over the brutal rape and murder of two girls in c, ten influential Senators have asked Prime Minister to take immediate action to combat gender-based violence and improve the safety of women in  more
British Indian physicist accorded knighthood by Queen
British Indian physicist accorded knighthood by Queen
London: An Indian-origin physicist, best known for his work on the Large Hadron Collider experiment, has been accorded an honorary knighthood by Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II for his achievements in science.Tejinder Virdee, of Imperial College in London, was named a  more
10 killed in violent clashes in Bangladesh capital
10 killed in violent clashes in Bangladesh capital
Dhaka: Violent clashes between Bengalis and Urdu-speaking Biharis or stranded Pakistanis today left 10 people dead in Mirpur area here over the use of firecrackers overnight to celebrate an Islamic festival.  Witnesses and police said nine people, including eight of  more
Musharraf case: Pak govt challenges Sindh High Court decision
Musharraf case: Pak govt challenges Sindh High Court decision
Islamabad: Pakistan government today filed an appeal in the Supreme Court against a high court decision to lift travel ban slapped on former military dictator Pervez Musharraf last year.Attorney General Salman Aslam Butt filed the appeal against the ruling of  more
Hamid Karzai casts vote in presidential runoff polls
Hamid Karzai casts vote in presidential runoff polls
Kabul: Afghanistan's outgoing President Hamid Karzai today cast his vote in the presidential election runoff.The Afghan leader along with other high-ranking officials arrived at Amani High School near the presidential palace at around 7.45 a.m. to cast their vote, Xinhua  more
Shocking: Indonesian woman gives birth to lizard
Shocking: Indonesian woman gives birth to lizard
New Delhi: As strange as it may sound, an Indonesian woman apparently 'gave birth' to a lizard and is now being threatened by an angry lynch mob that is accusing her of practicing witchcraft. This midwife probably did not expect  more
US offers groundbreaking defence technologies to India
US offers groundbreaking defence technologies to India
Washington: The US has a number of "groundbreaking" defence technologies, including a helicopter and an unmanned aerial vehicle program, to offer to India for co-development and co-production, a top Pentagon official has said. "We have a number of offers on  more
Will not send US troops back to Iraq: Barak Obama
Will not send US troops back to Iraq: Barak Obama
Washington: US President Barack Obama said on Friday he will not send US troops back to Iraq to help fight Islamist militants."We will not be sending US troops back into combat in Iraq," Obama told reporters at the White House  more
UK university puts Hindi, Bengali at heart of new MA course
UK university puts Hindi, Bengali at heart of new MA course
London: Britain’s well-known School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) has announced the launch of a new Masters programme in South Asian studies, with a focus on languages such as Hindi and Bengali.  The two-year MA Intensive South Asian Studies  more
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