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From Jacqueline Kennedy to Michelle Obama, US First Ladies visiting India over the years
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From Jacqueline Kennedy to Michelle Obama, US First Ladies visiting India over the years

From Jacqueline Kennedy in March 1962 to the Obamas in 2015, Indian-American state visits over the years.

Sundance 2020: Bryan Fogel’s documentary, The Dissident, based on murder of Jamal Khashoggi debuts at the festival
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Sundance 2020: Bryan Fogel’s documentary, The Dissident, based on murder of Jamal Khashoggi debuts at the festival

Bryan Fogel said he hopes The Dissident, which dramatically details the plot to kill Khashoggi, forces a reappraisal of the Middle Eastern country internationally.

Former special counsel Robert Mueller to testify at high-stakes hearing over probe into Donald Trump's Russia links today
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Former special counsel Robert Mueller to testify at high-stakes hearing over probe into Donald Trump's Russia links today

Former special counsel Robert Mueller will face congressional interrogators in a high-stake televised hearing about Donald Trump's alleged Russia links on Wednesday.

Donald Trump's foreign interference remarks: US president using media to rally base, stay in spotlight ahead of 2020
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Donald Trump's foreign interference remarks: US president using media to rally base, stay in spotlight ahead of 2020

Donald Trump’s braggadocio came on a day on which his eldest son Donald Trump Jr was grilled by the Senate Intelligence Committee,

Donald Trump's comment on accepting information from foreign countries on presidential opponents invites Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren’s criticism
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Donald Trump's comment on accepting information from foreign countries on presidential opponents invites Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren’s criticism

President Trump said he would be willing to accept foreign information on presidential opponents on the same day his son, Donald Jr faced questioning for Russian contacts

Julian Assange arrest: Dark moment for press freedom, says Edward Snowden; no one is above the law, warns Theresa May
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Julian Assange arrest: Dark moment for press freedom, says Edward Snowden; no one is above the law, warns Theresa May

Fellow free-speech activists and American whistle-blower Edward Snowden had a message for journalists covering Assange's arrest, as he informed them that the United Nations had formally ruled Assange's "detention to be arbitrary, a violation of human rights." "They have repeatedly issued statements calling for him to walk free–including very recently," Snowden said.

Hillary Clinton says she won't run for president in 2020 elections; warns Democracts to not take things 'for granted'
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Hillary Clinton says she won't run for president in 2020 elections; warns Democracts to not take things 'for granted'

Clinton, who lost the 2016 presidential election to Donald Trump, says, "I'm going to keep on working and speaking and standing up for what I believe."

FBI finds no evidence of Hillary Clinton's server being hacked by Chinese as claimed by Donald Trump
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FBI finds no evidence of Hillary Clinton's server being hacked by Chinese as claimed by Donald Trump

The FBI has said it has no evidence Hillary Clinton's private email server was compromised even though President Donald Trump tweeted a news report that alleged the Chinese had hacked it

Former Donald Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort goes on trial for bank and tax fraud, refuses plea bargain
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Former Donald Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort goes on trial for bank and tax fraud, refuses plea bargain

Manafort has pleaded not guilty to 18 counts of bank and tax fraud related to his lobbying activities on behalf of the former Russian-backed govt of Ukraine

Texas school shooting: Ten killed, two critically injured in Santa Fe incident; student assailant arrested
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Texas school shooting: Ten killed, two critically injured in Santa Fe incident; student assailant arrested

Ten people, mostly students, were killed when a teenage classmate armed with a shotgun and a revolver opened fire in a Texas high school Friday, the latest deadly school shooting to hit the United States.

Australian Open 2018: Serena Williams tells Tennys Sandgren to apologise to 'entire group of people' over controversial tweets
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Australian Open 2018: Serena Williams tells Tennys Sandgren to apologise to 'entire group of people' over controversial tweets

Serena Williams called on Tennys Sandgren to apologise on Wednesday after the unheralded American exited the Australian Open amid a backlash over his political views.

Donald Trump's healthcare bill: A look into the six key promises made by the president since campaign days
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Donald Trump's healthcare bill: A look into the six key promises made by the president since campaign days

President Donald Trump is not known for plunging into the details of complex policy issues, and healthcare is no exception.

United States set to announce its retaliatory measures against Russia for hacking
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United States set to announce its retaliatory measures against Russia for hacking

The Obama administration plans to announce on Thursday a series of retaliatory measures against Russia for hacking into U.S. political institutions and individuals and leaking information.

Donald Trump and Defence Secretary Gen Mattis will usher in bold new era in US foreign policy
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Donald Trump and Defence Secretary Gen Mattis will usher in bold new era in US foreign policy

By dumping TPP, engaging the East Asian regimes and picking a hawkish Defence Secretary in General Mattis, Donald Trump is moving in the opposite direction on all three pillars of the so-called Asian Pivot of Obama

Donald Trump as president-elect: Why didn't American women vote for Hillary Clinton?
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Donald Trump as president-elect: Why didn't American women vote for Hillary Clinton?

Why did a large number of American women vote for a hotel developer as US President rather than for Hilary Clinton who has served as secretary of state and also as a senator for the high profile state of New York ?

Jimmy Fallon put Donald Trump's hair to the test; did it pass?
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Jimmy Fallon put Donald Trump's hair to the test; did it pass?

"Can I mess up your hair?", said talk show host Jimmy Fallon to his guest, Donald J. Trump.

Sreejith Ravi case exposes the many horrid stories of women being flashed in India
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Sreejith Ravi case exposes the many horrid stories of women being flashed in India

How many flashers does an average woman see in her lifetime? The numbers are scary, but the stories are even more mortifying.

FBI interrogates Hillary Clinton about emails on her private server
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FBI interrogates Hillary Clinton about emails on her private server

Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee for the 2016 US election Hillary Clinton was interviewed on Saturday by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) about her email arrangement while she was US secretary of state, according to a campaign spokesman.

US stands firmly with its allies, Islamic State's 'campaign of fear’ will not succeed: Hillary Clinton
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US stands firmly with its allies, Islamic State's 'campaign of fear’ will not succeed: Hillary Clinton

Democratic White House hopeful Hillary Clinton has asserted that the US stands firmly with its allies in the fight to defeat the terror group.

Behave or be like North Korea: former US diplomat Zalmay Khalilzad on Pakistan
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Behave or be like North Korea: former US diplomat Zalmay Khalilzad on Pakistan

Conversations have taken place between US and Pakistan — it is likely that the generals have been told clearly that if Taliban is not brought to the negotiating table then they can expect further sanctions.