Sources have stated that according to sources an Indian man, who was ordered deported, has been convicted of using a fake identity to obtain American citizenship. Meanwhile, an acting US attorney has said that Balbir Singh aka Ranjit Singh faces up to 10 years in federal prison, a maximum USD 250,000 possible fine, revocation of his citizenship and enforcement of his outstanding deportation order.
Jerusalem sources have reported that when citing strong ties with Asian giants India and China, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu launched a blistering attack against the European Union (EU) describing its treatment of the Jewish state as "crazy" and "self-defeating". Meanwhile, Mr. Netanyahu told four European leaders yesterday during a closed meeting that was inadvertently caught by an open microphone that they have a peculiar situation.
Indian National Security Adviser Ajith's latest visit to Beijing will be a key to ease tensions between India and China regarding the Military standoff in Dokalam. Doval will visit China for a meeting scheduled on July 27-28th.
According to sources, it was stated that Twitter Company has currently got dreadful news for them. Meanwhile, in a bid to regulate online sex on twitter, the leading social media has decided to list out and deactivate all such accounts.
Sources from Thiruvananthapuram have stated that currently, dengue outbreak has killed at least 21 people in Kerala in the past three weeks, a government official said, adding that there was a shortage of medicines and health workers to tackle the crisis in the tourist hotspot.
Sources have stated that US president Donald Trump has the quirky knack of praising the beauty of women. While some call him a 'flirt', others dub his remarks against women as 'sexist'. Unperturbed by the trolls and criticism, Trump has yet again made a comment on French First Lady's looks.
Sources have stated that when Jessica and Derek Simmons first saw the beachgoers pausing to stare toward the water, the young couple just assumed someone had spotted a shark. Sources have stated that it was the evening of July 8, after all, peak summer season in Panama City Beach for overheated Florida tourists to cross paths with curious marine life.
Washington sources have made a statement that US President Donald Trump has the Internet buzzing after a video emerged of him stopping to pick up a hat that flew off a Marine's head on Saturday at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland. It was stated that Mr Trump was headed back to the White House in Washington DC after attending the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany.
Sources have reported that a Swift Dzire trying to overtake a speeding Lamborghini led to a fatal accident on the Greater Noida Expressway, killing one man. It was stated that the terrifying road accident was captured on the expressway's CCTV cameras. Going by the video footage, the Maruti Swift Dzire seemed to be overtaking the Lamborghini when it swerved to the left.
As per report from sources it was stated that a recent video that surfaced on social media, about US president Donald Trump, is now a rage among his detractors and is going viral for a funny and bizarre incident it is carrying.
Another awkward moment has been clicked by the photographers, US President Donald Trump thought the hand extended by Poland's first lady was for a shake with him, the second time , but its is actually for his wife, Melania.
A 7-Year-Old Boy from China is storming the Internet for all right reasons. He has been the current sensational topic all over the Internet. So, what made him so special? Well, you won't believe it if we just say it by mere words.
Washington sources have stated that US President Donald Trump has lashed out at North Korea's supreme leader Kim Jong-un following the country's latest ballistic missile test. It was stated that he had also urged China, the closest diplomatically of North Korea, to apply brakes to the nonsense of its ally.
'Global terrorist' Syed Salahuddin boasts to Pakistan TV channel that he 'carried out terror attacks in India' : : Recently designated 'global terrorist' by the US, Syed Salahuddin boasted to a Pakistani television channel that he and his outfit the Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) have carried out terror attacks in India.
As per the reports India currently stands at the 88th position regarding the terms of money(black) safely parked at the Swiss banks. The United Kingdom grabs the top position in the list. India was previously ranked in top-50 continuously between the time frame of 1996 and 2007.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi disclosed on Saturday that the registration of over one lakh companies which had allegedly engaged in suspicious transactions post-demonetisation had been scrapped as he sought to cast the goods and services tax (GST) as his second strike against black money and corruption.
Noting that he had carried demonetisation"on his shoulders", PM Narendra Modi asked the government's seniormost bureaucrats at a recent interaction to do all they can to make the goods and services tax (GST) a success by minutely examining its impact on their departments.
Hours before GST rollout, Congress tweets old video clips of PM Modi saying, 'GST can never be successful' : Hours before the Centre's grand midnight rollout of the Goods and Services Tax (GST), the Congress on Friday tweeted undated clips of Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying "GST can never be successful" and implementing it is "impossible" without the requisite infrastructure.
The Centre on Thursday defended the US's use of the term "Indian-administered J&K", saying that it only affirmed India's position that Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) chief Syed Salahuddin is involved in "cross-border" terrorism, "Use of term 'Indian-administered J&K' affirms our position that Syed Salahuddin been involved in cross-border terrorism against India," said the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA).
US President Donald Trump is known for his eccentric behavior. He shocks with his controversies attracting the attention of all. This time Donald Trump shocked a female journalist with his behavior.
During his diplomatic phone call to congratulate Leo Varadkar, new Prime Minister of Ireland, he complimented a female Irish reporter for her nicce smile. Trump mentioned We have a lot of your Irish press watching us," in reference to the multiple reporters present in the Oval Office for the call.
Washington sources have reported that United States President Donald Trump seems little relaxed after Supreme Court's sensational judgment on his executive order to ban immigrants from six Muslim populated nations for 90 subsequent days. Meanwhile the apex court has said that Trump's decision can be temporarily reinstated until the bench hears further arguments in October this year.
In the presence of several opposition leaders, including the Congress's Sonia Gandhi and Manmohan Singh, the joint opposition's candidate Meira Kumar on Wednesday filed her nomination papers for the upcoming Presidential election.
A man was severely thrashed in a Jharkhand village about 200 km from the capital state Ranchi.The reason is a dead cow was supposedly found outside his house. The angry mob that attacked Usman Ansari not only thrashed him also set his house on fire.Mr Ansari is now admitted in a hospital in Dhanbad.
China today launched the most powerful naval destroyer, the Type 055, which considered as the largest warships in the world.China is constucting four of these types of destroyers, the first one was displayed this morning at the Shanghai port.
All is well; full speed ahead. Laying to rest any doubts about US-India ties slackening, President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday committed to advancing a strong strategic relationship between the two countries centering on defense and security, despite continuing differences on trade issues.
Modi who marked his visit at US yesterday and met Trump for a working dinner.They spent around four hours together and discussed about various issues .The mindset of the leaders was to converge their views and not to magnify the issues like immigration and Paris climate pact.
The Supreme Court agreed Monday to allow President Donald Trump's travel ban to a little extent to be imposed on travelers from six mostly Muslim countries to take effect and will consider it in the fall the president's broad scope of powers in immigration matters in a case that raises all fundamental issues regarding national security and religious discrimination.