Vyapam scam: Madhya Pradesh Police's Special Task Force registers FIRs against six for photo mismatch, fake documents
The scam is related to manipulation in the selection process for government colleges and jobs conducted by Vyavasayik Pareeksha Mandal or Vyapam, now rechristened as Madhya Pradesh professional examination board.
Over 42,000 illegal migrants who entered from Mexico sent back this month, says senior US law enforcement official
Over 42,000 illegal migrants, who entered the US from Mexico, were sent back this month, a senior official said, asking the neighbouring country to do more in stemming the flow of such individuals.
A group of employees called Googlers for Human Rights posted a public petition urging the company not to bid on a cloud computing contract for CBP
South Asian group seeks probe into death of 6-year-old Indian along US-Mexico border, blames border militarisation
SAALT has sought a probe into the death of a six-year-old Indian girl, whose body was found along the US-Mexico border in Arizona, alleging that militarisation of the area and rejection of migrants attempting to cross at the entry ports have created an inhuman environment.
US Senate Republicans, in open revolt, vote against Donald Trump 'emergency declaration' forcing veto showdown
US Senate Republicans launched their first major rebuke of US President Donald Trump voting against his ambitious 'emergency declaration' to build a border wall along the US-Mexico border. In voting against the move, Trump's own party is showing the first signs of breaking away as the 2020 campaigning shifts into higher gear and the wounds of the 2018 midterm loss remain fresh.
5 days to go before Democrats call Donald Trump's bluff on US Govt shutdown: Here's how they'll do it
Donald Trump has six more days to spin his border wall story into a spaghetti bowl of falsehoods. Democrat Nancy Pelosi will be House speaker in six days, she has already scolded and shamed Trump - "his wall demand is a manhood thing" - and she has three ways to beat back the US president led government shutdown
‘Whatever it takes, we need a wall’: Why the final Donald Trump crisis of 2018 isn't going away in 2019
What’s Donald Trump playing at with his $5 billion demand for a wall and shutting down the government - the third in the last 12 months - in Christmas season? For one, this has echoes of what his chief strategist and inscrutable mastermind of the 2016 campaign Steve Bannon told a reporter after Trump pulled off the greatest political upset in American history: "Brother, Hollywood doesn't make movies where the bad guys win" - a riff on Gregory Peck's lines from Twelve O'Clock High.
8-year-old Guatemala boy dies in US immigration custody as Donald Trump continues railing about border wall
An 8-year-old boy from Guatemala died in government custody in New Mexico early Tuesday, U.S. immigration authorities said, marking the second death of an immigrant child in detention this month.
People are being detained at the US border, often without any reasonable cause, until they reveal the passwords and permit access to their phones and other devices.
The information is being used by the DHS to better identify possibilities of nefarious activity for security purposes by what the DHS calls visiting "aliens".
Eight Indian men along with three others have been arrested by officials of the US Customs department for allegedly trying to illegally enter American territory of Puerto Rico.