Press Trust of India | Tuesday August 4, 2015
David Beckham's eldest son Brooklyn, 16, who is spending the summer in the United States of America, is being encouraged to consider a Hollywood career.
AgenceFrance-Presse | Tuesday July 28, 2015
Jack Warner, a former chief of the governing body for football in North America, Central America and the Caribbean (CONCACAF), is battling against extradition to the United States after being named in the FIFA corruption probe rocking world football.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Thursday July 23, 2015
Italy sports car giant Ferrari has recalled 2,600 cars globally because of a default in airbags supplied by Japanese company Takata, the company said today.
World News | Reuters | Saturday July 11, 2015
US Secretary of State John Kerry does not agree with the Marine Corps general nominated to be America's next top uniformed commander that Russia poses an existential threat to the United States, a spokesman said on Friday.
World News | Reuters | Thursday July 9, 2015
The militarization of Central America's violent Honduras has helped to stem gang bloodshed in a land known for the world's highest murder rate, but it has created another problem - an apparent spike in abuses blamed on soldiers.
World News | Reuters | Saturday July 4, 2015
It is one of the most biodiverse nations on earth, boasting Amazon rainforest, Andean mountains and the Galapagos Islands, where Charles Darwin formulated his theory of evolution.
World News | Indo-Asian News Service | Thursday July 2, 2015
Union Urban Development Minister Mr Venkaiah Naidu today met US industry executives and discussed opportunities in schemes launched by his ministry.
World News | Press Trust of India | Thursday June 18, 2015
A hardware problem in the State Department's computer system has hit America's visa issuing processes across the globe, an official has said.
Diaspora | Press Trust of India | Monday June 15, 2015
Having excelled in America in their respective fields, there are tremendous opportunities for Indian-Americans to contribute to the development of India and its ties with the US, India's envoy in Washington has said.
India News | Edited by Sanjeev Singh | Friday June 12, 2015
One of the lesser known facts about yoga and United States of America is that almost one out of every ten adults practice it, making it a USD 37 billion (almost Rs 240 crores) industry. In a country where yoga studios are said to be nearly as popular as Starbucks food chain; NDTV knocked on some doors to find out how India is trying to reclaim its ...
India News | NDTV.com | Friday June 5, 2015
Walk The Talk this week features an exclusive chat with the Secretary of Defense of the United States of America, Ashton Carter, who has assisted 11 Secretaries of Defense so far and was also a professor of Science and International Affairs at Harvard University.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Monday June 1, 2015
US Secretary of State John Kerry will fly home for treatment Monday after breaking his leg in a cycling accident in the French Alps, putting America's chief diplomat temporarily out of commission.
India News | Press Trust of India | Saturday May 30, 2015
Ahead of his India visit next week, US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter today said America is looking for new ways to complement India's 'Act East' policy and find meaningful areas of cooperation in the Asia Pacific.
World News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday May 27, 2015
More than 545,000 tech jobs remain vacant in the US which is having a deep impact on Silicon Valley-based firms, American IT industry has said while arguing in favour of raising the cap on H-1B visas to attract brightest minds from across the globe.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday May 26, 2015
US President Barack Obama paid a Memorial Day tribute to America's "fallen heroes" Monday, stressing the heavy burden of perennial wars and underscoring his decision to pull troops from Afghanistan and Iraq.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Thursday May 14, 2015
Jury deliberations will enter a second day Thursday on whether to sentence Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to death or life without parole, for carrying out one of the worst attacks in America since September 11.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday May 12, 2015
US President Barack Obama on Monday withdrew the nomination of America's first ambassador to Somalia in 24 years, the White House said
Telangana News | Written by Suparna Singh | Tuesday May 5, 2015
Telangana and Andhra Pradesh are not known for their neighbourly goodwill. Now, their ferocious rivalry has migrated from South India to the United States. The sons of the Chief Ministers of the adjoining states are both in America to seek foreign investment.
India News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday April 28, 2015
The United States of America has praised India's leadership role in helping earthquake-hit Nepal and persons of different nationalities stranded in war-ravaged Yemen.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Monday April 27, 2015
North Korea has increased its "material support" for terrorist organizations and should be placed back on America's list of nations that are state sponsors of terrorism, a report released Monday said.
World News | Reuters | Sunday April 26, 2015
Three highly pathogenic avian flu viruses that have infected poultry and wild birds in the US Midwest appear unlikely to present a significant risk to humans. But the presence of the viruses in North America has scientists scrambling to understand their potential long-term threat.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Friday April 17, 2015
The delivery of Russian S-300 air defense missiles to Iran will not affect America's ability to strike at Tehran's nuclear facilities if necessary, the top US military officer said on Thursday.
Opinion | Sudheendra Kulkarni | Monday April 13, 2015
What triumphs in history - hope or despair? Despair seems to be the obvious answer, given the cycle of hostilities and violent conflicts that has repeated itself from time to time in different parts of the world.
World News | Reuters | Saturday April 11, 2015
As Latin American leaders applaud a historic thawing of animosity between the United States and Cuba, US President Barack Obama will meet Raul Castro for talks today that could further boost his reputation in the region.