'China tests intercontinental missile with 10 warheads'
Beijing: China has reportedly tested a new version of a missile capable of carrying a payload of 10 individual warheads, indicating a shift in China's nuclear policy or an attempt to put pressure on the Trump administration.
'Mr. Trump, have you ever had no food for 24 hours?'
Damascus: This is the question a seven-year-old Syrian girl Bana Alabed who has garnered worldwide attention by tweeting about her life in Aleppoin Syria asked the US President Donald Trump in a fresh video.
Trump picks Neil Gorsuch as Supreme Court Justice
Washington: US President Donald Trump has nominated Judge Neil Gorsuch as the new Supreme Court Justice, after the top court was evenly divided between Democrat and Republican appointees since Justice Antonin Scalia died last February.
Indian-origin man linked to Pak-Afghan drug trade: US prosecutor
New York: An Indian-origin man, who was allegedly a member of an international gang that trafficked drugs from Pakistan-Afghanistan region, was caught in Kenya and brought to the US to face narcotics charges, New York federal prosecutor Preet Bharara has said.
H-1B reform bill introduced in US House of Representatives
Washington: A legislation that calls for doubling the minimum salary of H-1B visa holders to $130,000 from the current minimum wage of $60,000, has been introduced in US the House of Representatives a move that could impact Indian techies.
'Proudly made in America by immigrants', reads Twitter's Periscope
New York: As a mark of protest against the US President Donald Trump's recent executive order banning immigrants from seven Muslim-majority nations, Twitter's live-streaming app Periscope has updated its loading screen with a small text that reads "Proudly made in America by immigrants".
Quebec mosque attack suspect charged with murder
Toronto: Canadian police has charged Alexandre Bissonnette with six counts of first degree murder and five of attempted murder for the Sunday attack at a mosque in Quebec, a media report said on Tuesday.
Trump Hotels tweet trolled in wake of 'Muslim ban'
New York: In response to the US President Donald Trump's 'Muslim ban' order, Trump Hotels was trolled on Twitter by users who responded to their tweet by posting refugee stories and sharp criticism.