Indian documentary filmmaker Vijay Kumar, who was arrested in Houston a few days ago for allegedly possessing jihadi literature and brass knuckles in his checked baggage, will have to stay behind bars without bail.
US soldier Bradley Manning has been arrested on allegations of supplying classified information to Wikileaks, a website dedicated to protect and disseminate information and informers who have sensitive information to pass on to the public domain.
9/11 is long gone, but it still haunts the American psyche. A new study has revealed that the stress felt by pregnant women soon after the terror strikes on September 11, 2001 led to an increase in miscarriages of male fetuses in the US.
Even as Pakistani-American David Headley pleaded guilty and saved himself from a severe penalty at a Chicago court, India’s concerns over getting him to the country for interrogation have been compounded, to say the least.
China has repeated its “warning” of “serious damage” to its relations with the United States if President Barack Obama does not cancel his planned meeting with the self-exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, in the White House on February 18, 2010.
The government of the United States has said it will serve a formal demarche to the government of China over China’s alleged involvement in cyber-attacks against Google, Adobe Systems and several other companies.
The United States has rejected the package of proposals put forward by Iran, which were aimed at breaking the impasse over its nuclear programme.
It's early days, but there is a lot of speculation about US President-Elect Barack Obama's presidential inauguration.
The swearing-in ceremony or The Presidential Oath of Office of US President Barack Obama, the 44th US President, will take place on January 20, 2009. According to the United States Constitution, the new President has to take the oath or affirmation on Inauguration Day.