General Raheel Sharif did not discuss 'Indian dossiers' in US: Pakistan army
"It is an issue that is tackled by the embassy at appropriate levels and was not raised in the meetings (with US leaders)," army spokesman Lt Gen Asim Saleem Bajwa said.
Joe Biden says US 'pivot' to Asia cannot be derailed
US Vice President Joe Biden said today there should be no doubt about US commitment to i...
US will not recognise China's air defence zone: Biden tells Xi
US Vice President Joe Biden has told Chinese President Xi Jinping that Washing...
China defends its air defence zone as Joe Biden arrives in Beijing
Beijing defended its controversial move, saying it is in accord with international laws and practises and will not affect normal flights.
Barack Obama lauds US Soccer's Indian-American chief Sunil Gulati
President Barack Obama has hailed the key role of Sunil Gulati, US Soccer's Indian-American chief, as he welcomed the triumphant American women's World Cup team to the White House to celebrate their victory after 16 long years.
Joe Biden to raise air defence zone issue with China: White House
Vice President Joe Biden will convey the concerns of the US and its allies to China about its newly-declared air defence zone in the disputed East China Sea.
Joe Biden praises Defense Secretary Ashton Carter for deepening defense ties with India
Carter is known for the path breaking Indo-US DTTI which has resulted in the two countries agreeing on co-production of four high-tech defense items.
Pakistan rejects reports on US deal to restrict nuclear programme
As PM Nawaz Sharif left for a major visit to the US, Pakistan today dismissed reports that America is negotiating a deal on limiting its nuclear programmes.
Defence relationship between India, US 'stands on its own': Richard Verma
Verma pointed out at the growth in bilateral relations and said that there was almost no area that the two countries were not working together.
US Presidential elections: Hillary Clinton's tack to the left to be on display in Democratic debate
Hillary Clinton has veered hard to the left ahead of the first Democratic debate, hoping to inoculate herself from criticism by Bernie Sanders and woo liberal activists.
Barack Obama: Hillary Clinton made mistake, but didn't harm national security
Hillary Rodham Clinton's use of a private email server to conduct government business when she served as secretary of state was a mistake but didn't endanger national security, President Barack Obama said during an interview airing Sunday on CBS's ``60 Minutes.''
Weekend with Charlie Rose, a platform to have stimulating discussions
A ‘Weekend with Charlie Rose’ is a forum for free-flowing retreat-type conversations among leading public personalities.
China's Xi Jinping downplays differences, says US visit 'fruitful'
Chinese President Xi Jinping has described his talks with US counterpart Barack Obama as "fruitful" and said it sends a positive signal on the synergy between the two largest economies.
White House prepares for pomp, politics of Pope Francis visit
When Pope Francis arrives in Washington next week, the White House hopes he will bring attention to the need to curb climate change and fight inequality.
Bobby Jindal to include Donald Trump's name in speeches for media attention
Indian American presidential hopeful Bobby Jindal has said he will mention Donald Trump in his speeches to get some media coverage.
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