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'We're starting to see some progress': Obama praises US action against Islamic State

Jul 07, 2015

'We're starting to see some progress': Obama praises US action against Islamic State

President Barack Obama portrayed the U.S.-led coalition on Monday as gaining ground against the Islamic State amid an expanded U.S. effort and ample signs of progress, but conceded more difficulties lay ahead in fighting what he described as a nimble and opportunistic enemy. #World #Obama #US #Syria #NewsTracker #War On Terror #Iraq #progress #islamic-state
Meet Niharika Bhatt, the girl who left a US govt job to top Lucknow UPSC

Jul 06, 2015

Meet Niharika Bhatt, the girl who left a US govt job to top Lucknow UPSC

It is isn't everyday that you hear of someone who left a government job in the US and returned to India to serve the country. But for Lucknow UPSC topper Niharika Bhatt such a move has proved to be quite fruitful. #India #US #IAS #WhoIsThis #UPSC #'Mausam' BuzzPatrol #Niharika Bhatt
So proud of you all: President Obama leads praise for US Women's World Cup winners

Jul 06, 2015

So proud of you all: President Obama leads praise for US Women's World Cup winners

US President Barack Obama hailed America's triumphant Women's World Cup team on Sunday, inviting them to the White House minutes after their crushing 5-2 triumph over Japan in the championship match. #Japan #US #football #Women #SportsTracker #finals #President Obama Tweet
Child's play: Toddlers and infants smart enough to handle iPads, confirms US study

Jul 06, 2015

Child's play: Toddlers and infants smart enough to handle iPads, confirms US study

According to a study conducted by University of Iowa researchers, who studied more than 200 YouTube videos of infants and toddlers using iPads, said toddlers as young as one-year-old are turning tech-savvy and can use a tablet, but require help to access apps. #NewsTracker #iPad #tablet #Study #US study #University of Iowa
Celebs and cake galore: Dalai Lama celebrates 80th birthday in US

Jul 06, 2015

Celebs and cake galore: Dalai Lama celebrates 80th birthday in US

Fellow Nobel Peace laureates joined thousands of followers of the Dalai Lama Sunday to celebrate the Tibetan spiritual leader's 80th birthday, kicking off a three-day honorary bash in California. #World #US #NewsTracker #Tibet #Dalai Lama #Birthday party
US pledges support for terror-hit Nigeria; calls for those responsible to face justice

Jul 06, 2015

US pledges support for terror-hit Nigeria; calls for those responsible to face justice

The United States vowed on Sunday to support Nigeria after a series of deadly terror attacks blamed on Boko Haram, calling for those responsible to face #US #NewsTracker #Nigeria #Washington #Terror Attack #Boko Haram #John Kirby #Bilateral relations #President Barack Obama
'He was the best kid in middle school': Watch how a judge realises the burglary accused was her classmate

Jul 05, 2015

'He was the best kid in middle school': Watch how a judge realises the burglary accused was her classmate

Mindy Glazer and Arthur Booth were classmates in middle school, they played football together. And when they were reunited unexpectedly in a courtroom where Glazer was the judge and Booth was a burglary accused, it was an emotional scene. A video of the encounter has since become viral. #World #US #Miami #ViralVideo #Miny Glazer #Arthur Booth #Nautilus Middle School
Confident about renewed energy in Indo-US ties: PM Modi wishes America on Independence Day

Jul 04, 2015

Confident about renewed energy in Indo-US ties: PM Modi wishes America on Independence Day

Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted the US on its Independence Day on Saturday and expressed confidence that bilateral relations will get even better in times to come based on the renewed energy in ties. #India #US #Narendra Modi #TheySaidIt #Independence Day #Indo-US ties #PM Modi
President Obama's Kenya visit: Grandmother vows to cook traditional food for him

Jul 03, 2015

President Obama's Kenya visit: Grandmother vows to cook traditional food for him

President Barack Obama's Kenyan grandmother known as Mama Sarah vowed on Friday to cook a traditional meal for her grandson when he visits later this month #Barack Obama #NewsTracker #Africa #Kenya #Nairobi #US President #Mama Sarah #Obama's grandmother #Hussein Onyango Obama