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  • Indian-Origin Inventor of 'Email' Slams Critics

    Indian-Origin Inventor of 'Email' Slams Critics

    V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai, an Indian-origin scientist who received official recognition as the inventor of the computer programme for electronic mail system or "email" from the US government 32 years ago, has slammed his critics for not giving him full cr...

  • Tripoli under Militia Control as Libya Chaos Deepens

    Tripoli under Militia Control as Libya Chaos Deepens

    Libya's toothless outgoing government admitted on Monday from its safe refuge in the east of the country that it has in effect lost control of Tripoli to armed militias.

  • Australia to Join US in Arming Kurds in Iraq

    Australia to Join US in Arming Kurds in Iraq

    Australia said on Sunday it would help the United States in an international effort to transport weapons to Kurdish forces fighting Islamic State militants in Iraq.

  • Indian American Scientist Invented E-Mail 32 Years Ago

    Indian American Scientist Invented E-Mail 32 Years Ago

    Know who is the inventor of e-mail? The credit goes to an Indian American VA Shiva Ayyadurai who received official recognition as the inventor of the computer program for electronic mail system from the US government on August 30, 1982.

  • US Says Russia 'Directly Involved' in Ukraine Fighting

    US Says Russia 'Directly Involved' in Ukraine Fighting

    The United States has accused Russia of being "directly involved" in fighting in war-torn east Ukraine, after rebels appeared to seize swathes of territory from retreating government forces.

  • US Judge Signals He May Order More Abu Ghraib Photos Released

    US Judge Signals He May Order More Abu Ghraib Photos Released

    A federal judge signaled on Wednesday he may order the US government to release as many as 2,000 photographs depicting the alleged harsh treatment of detainees in US custody at the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq and other sites.

  • Russian Food Sanctions Spur Price Rises: Data

    Russian Food Sanctions Spur Price Rises: Data

    Russian authorities have leaned on shops to keep prices steady but data released on Wednesday showed inflation pricking up on goods most affected by the government's ban on EU and US food imports.

  • US: No Plans to Coordinate with Syria on Fighting Islamic State

    US: No Plans to Coordinate with Syria on Fighting Islamic State

    The United States said on Tuesday that it would not coordinate with the government of President Bashar al-Assad on targeting Islamic State militants on Syrian territory, as preparations for possible air strikes gathered pace.

  • US Scientist Pleads Guilty to Taking Government Laptop to China

    US Scientist Pleads Guilty to Taking Government Laptop to China

    A former scientist at a U.S. government-owned nuclear weapons research facility in New Mexico pleaded guilty in federal court on Monday to illegally taking a lab-owned computer to China and lying about it, a U.S. prosecutor said.

  • Disney Seeks Drone-Related Air Show Patents

    Disney Seeks Drone-Related Air Show Patents

    In filing for the patents, Disney joins a list of companies pressing for the US government to allow commercial use of small unmanned flight systems.

  • US Spy Agency Built Its Own Secret 'Google-Like' Search Engine

    US Spy Agency Built Its Own Secret 'Google-Like' Search Engine

    A top US intelligence agency has built its own secret "Google-like" search engine for about two dozen government agencies to search information through more than 850 billion communications records, including phone calls, emails and internet chats, a ...

  • Canada's Immunovaccine Inc Says Test of Ebola Vaccine Promising

    Canada's Immunovaccine Inc Says Test of Ebola Vaccine Promising

    Four monkeys survived the Ebola virus after being injected with Immunovaccine Inc's experimental vaccine, the tiny Canadian company said on Monday, an announcement that sent its stock soaring.

  • US Undercover Investigators Among Those Exposed in Data Breach

    US Undercover Investigators Among Those Exposed in Data Breach

    A cyber attack at a firm that performs background checks for U.S. government employees compromised data of at least 25,000 workers, including some undercover investigators, and that number could rise, agency officials said on Friday.

  • In Washington, Second Thoughts on Arming Police

    In Washington, Second Thoughts on Arming Police

    Jolted by images of protesters clashing with heavily armed police officers in Missouri, President Obama has ordered a review of the government's decade-old strategy of outfitting local police departments with military-grade body armor, officials say.

  • US Undercover Investigators Among Those Exposed in Data Breach: Reports

    US Undercover Investigators Among Those Exposed in Data Breach: Reports

    A cyber attack at a firm that performs background checks for US government employees compromised data of at least 25,000 workers, including some undercover investigators, and that number could rise, agency officials said on Friday.

  • US Diplomats Banned From ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

    US Diplomats Banned From ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

    "Federal government ethics rules prevent us from using our public offices [..] for private gain, no matter how worthy the cause is."

  • Indian Firms Tool up For Defence Orders on PM Modi's 'Buy India' Pledge

    Indian Firms Tool up For Defence Orders on PM Modi's 'Buy India' Pledge

    Some of India's biggest companies are pouring billions of dollars into manufacturing guns, ships and tanks for the country's military, buoyed by the new government's commitment to upgrade its armed forces using domestic factories.

  • India's Holdings of US Securities Touch One-Year High of $72.9 Billion

    India's Holdings of US Securities Touch One-Year High of $72.9 Billion

    Increasing its exposure, India held American government securities worth nearly $73 billion in June - the highest level in one year.

  • US Government Wants to Make Cars Talk to Each Other

    US Government Wants to Make Cars Talk to Each Other

    The administration envisions cars and light trucks being equipped with collision-avoidance technology, though the roll-out will be slow.

  • Barack Obama Urges Iraqis to Unite Because 'The Wolf's at the Door'

    Barack Obama Urges Iraqis to Unite Because 'The Wolf's at the Door'

    US President Barack Obama urged Iraqis on Monday to quickly form an inclusive government to unite against Islamic militants, warning "the wolf's at the door" and that US airstrikes can only accomplish so much.

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