President Trump committed to eliminating 'unnecessary' Climate Action ... Washington D.C. [USA], Jan. 21 : The newly updated White House website that now belongs to the Donald Trump administration says that President Trump is committed to eliminating harmful and unnecessary policies such as the Climate Action Plan, the centerpiece of former President Barack Obama's ...
White House posts one last image encapsulating Obama's eight-year ... Washington D.C. [United States], Jan. 20 : Despite the inauguration ceremony for incoming president, Donald J. Trump in full swing, the White House posted one last powerful image and thanked the world for the support towards the Barack Obama Government for the past eight years.
Today, Narendra Modi will be the Most Followed Leader of State as ... New Delhi , Jan. 20 : Today at approximately 10:30 p.m. Indian Standard Time/ 12 Noon Eastern Standard Time in the United States as Barack Obama leaves office and Donald Trump becomes the U.S. President, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will become the most followed leader of state in the world.
Getting to this stage with India was no 'walk in the park', took ... New Delhi , Jan. 19 : Asserting that the United States under President Barack Obama has time and against condemned the threat cross-border terrorism presents to India, outgoing U.S. Ambassador Richard Verma said Friday that New Delhi and Washington are the best partners to confront the fears and ...
Barack Obama calls PM Modi to thank him for his partnership Washington, Jan 19 : US outgoing President Barack Obama on Thursday spoke to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi via phone call to thank the latter for his partnership and to review joint efforts of cooperation including defense, civil nuclear energy, and enhanced people-to-people ties.
India hits backs at China, says not seeking NSG membership as 'gift' New Delhi , Jan. 19 : Hitting out at Beijing for its jibe that New Delhi was seeking its membership in the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) as a parting gift from outgoing US President Barack Obama, India on Thursday asserted that it was seeking the inclusion on its
Chelsea Manning set to release on May 17 after Obama grants clemency Washington D.C. [United States], Jan. 18 : United States President Barack Obama has commuted the sentence of former U.S. army soldier and whistleblower Chelsea Manning, who was convicted to 35 years imprisonment for leaking thousands of US government documents to WikiLeaks.
Obamacare: US Congress takes big step Washington, Jan 14 : In a crucial step, The US House of Representatives has made the move to demolish outgoing US president Barack Obama's signature healthcare law.
Ties with India strengthened during Obama administration: U.S. Washington D.C. [U.S], Jan. 11 : Asserting that ties between India and America have been strengthened throughout the eight years of the Barack Obama administration, the United States has asserted that India plays an important role not is the region but in the global mix as well.
'Yes we can, yes we did': Teary eyed Obama radiates optimism in ... Washington D.C. [U.S.], Jan. 11 : United States President Barack Obama said goodbye to his nation today in an emotional address enriched withwisdom and optimism, asserting that he would never give up on his vision for change and reminding Americans that they made him a better leader.
Intelligence agencies to brief Trump on Russian hack today Washington [USA], Jan. 6 : U.S. President-elect Donald Trump is scheduled to receive a briefing related to the Russian hack by intelligence agencies on Friday as the classified intelligence report was presented to President Barack Obama on Thursday.
Reject asylum for Afghanistan's first female pilot, Afghan activists ... Kabul [Afghanistan], Dec. 30 : A group of Afghan activists has requested U.S. President Barack Obama to reject the asylum application of Captain Niloofar Rahmani, the first female fixed-wing pilot in Afghanistan's air force, and deport her insisting that the she does not face any kind of threat to ...
U.S. slaps sanctions on Russia, expels 35 diplomats Washington [United States], Dec.30 : United States President Barack Obama has imposed sanctions on Russian officials and intelligence services in retaliation for Russia's alleged interference in the November 2016 U.S. presidential election by hacking American political sites and email accounts.