US Defence Secretary James Mattis, who arrived in New Delhi late Monday for a two-day visit to India, will today meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman
2 missiles were fired near the Pak-Afghan border, killing at least 3 militants including their commander and injuring another.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today pressed the US to have a balanced and farsighted perspective on the movement of skilled professionals.
Nisha Desai Biswal, one of the top ranking Indian-American officials in the outgoing Obama administration, will make her last official visit to India this week to discuss a range of bilateral and global issues, in a bid to deepen strategic Indo-US pa
In a move that aims at enhancing security cooperation with India, US President Barack Obama has signed into law about USD 618 billion defence budget for 2017, media reports said.
The Pentagon on Thursday said that that U.S. forces killed 28 suspected militants linked to the terrorist group Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) in nine separate US drone strikes across Yemen. "Strikes against AQAP
Weeks after a police officer was shown the exit door for posting racist Facebook memes, a US doctor has been fired for calling the first African-American First Lady of America, Michelle Obama, a "monkey face".
The rupee has crashed to nearly 39-month low of 68.86, plummeting by another 30 paise against the US dollar in early trade on Thursday.
India is trying to wrap up a deal with the United States to buy Predator drone aircraft for military surveillance before U.S. President Barack Obama demits office early next year. India's request for 22 Predator
Baghdad: Abu Omar al-Shishani,regarded by the Pentagon as Islamic State’s “minister of war”, was killed in a US strike in the Iraqi city of Shirqat, south of Mosul, confirmed a news agency linked to the
Islamabad: The mastermind behind the December 2014 massacre at Peshawar's Army Public School, responsible for the death of 144 students and staff members, has been killed in a US drone strike in Afghanistan, senior Pakistani
Islamabad: Pakistan today confirmed the death of Mullah Akhtar Mansour, five days after the Taliban chief was killed in a US drone strike in its troubled Balochistan province while travelling under a false name and
Mumbai: The rupee continued to fall against the American currency for the third day today, slipping by another three paise to 2-month closing low at 66.80 per dollar on persistent dollar demand from banks and
Mumbai: Rising equity markets, monetary easing and approval for greater access to foreign funds to invest in government-backed securities propelled the Indian rupee to close at a six-week high of 65.51 to a US dollar
New York: The US dollar fluctuated against most major currencies on Monday as uncertainties about the timing of interest rate hike still weighed on investors sentiment.New York Federal Reserve President William Dudley said on Monday
Mumbai: The rupee plunged by 36 paise to close at 2-year low of 66.82 against the American currency today on persistent dollar demand from banks and importers due to sustained foreign capital outflows amidst sharp
Beijing: Chinese currency today continued its sharp fall for the third consecutive day, sending jitters in the markets as the central bank assured that there will not be currency slump as feared by many at
Islamabad: A witness in the Mumbai terror attack case today claimed before a Pakistani anti-terrorism court that his brother, one of the accused in the case, was killed in a US drone strike in Waziristan