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Donald Trump to meet Kim again, venue not known yet

India, Jan. 19 -- US president Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will hold their second meeting at the end of February, the White House announced Friday, in a development that will be e... Read More


US unveils new missile defence system to counter Russia, China

WASHINGTON, Jan. 19 -- With an eye on Russia and China, US President Donald Trump on Thursday called for an expanded missile defence strategy that would introduce a new layer of spacebased sensors to ... Read More


Indian-Americans shine in Congress, Team Trump

Washington, Jan. 18 -- Democratic lawmaker Raja Krishnamoorthi became the first South Asian to join the powerful intelligence committee of the US House of Representatives, which has oversight over the... Read More


Indian-Americans shine in Congress, Team Trump

WASHINGTON, Jan. 18 -- Democratic lawmaker Raja Krishnamoorthi became the first South Asian to join the powerful intelligence committee of the US House of Representatives, which has oversight over the... Read More


I won't be bullied, says US attorney general nominee

WASHINGTON, Jan. 17 -- William Barr, the nominee for US attorney general, assured senators during his confirmation hearing on Tuesday that he will allow special counsel Robert Mueller to complete the ... Read More


I won't be bullied, says US attorney general nominee

Washington, Jan. 17 -- William Barr, the nominee for US attorney general, assured senators during his confirmation hearing on Tuesday that he will allow special counsel Robert Mueller to complete the ... Read More


Raj Shah steps down from White House job

WASHINGTON, Jan. 16 -- Raj Shah, the first Indian American to take the lectern in the White House media room as spokesperson, has left the job to join a lobbying firm. "I'm excited to join Brian, Jam... Read More


Ivanka Trump backs Pepsi ex-CEO Indra Nooyi for top job at World Bank

India, Jan. 16 -- The Trump White House is considering Indra Nooyi, the former Indian American CEO of Pepsi, to head the World Bank as president to succeed Jim Yong Kim, who has announced he is steppi... Read More


Raj Shah, first Indian-American to be White House spokesperson, leaves

India, Jan. 16 -- Raj Shah, the first Indian American to take the lectern in the White House media room as spokesperson, has left to join a lobbying firm, after months of speculation about his impendi... Read More


Trump White House considering Pepsi ex-CEO Indra Nooyi for top job at World Bank

India, Jan. 16 -- The Trump White House is considering Indra Nooyi, the former Indian American CEO of Pepsi, to head the World Bank as president to succeed Jim Yong Kim, who has announced he is steppi... Read More