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  • Watch: Promo of CNN World Exclusive interview with PM Modi 20 hours 16 minutes ago

    This is the first interview by Prime Minister Narendra Modi after he assumed the office. Modi speaks to CNN's Fareed Zakaria just a few days before his visit to the US. Watch the full interview on CNN-IBN on Sunday (September 21) at 4:30 pm....
  • ISIS releases new video showing explosion and acts of terror 2 days ago

    ISIS releases a new video showing explosions and acts acts of terror. The video ends with a message that the fighting has just begun. The video also appears to be ISIS' response to US President Barack Obama's threat. ...
  • India to face Serbia in Davis Cup play-off September 9, 2014

    The Indian Davis Cup team is training in Bangalore ahead of that big world group play-off tie against former champions Serbia. ...
  • I hope to win Wimbledon one day, says US Open winner Sania Mirza September 7, 2014

    Sania, who won the US Open mixed doubles with her Brazilian partner Bruno Soares, spoke to CNN-IBN upon returning from New York. ...
  • Sania Mirza returns home to a rousing welcome September 7, 2014

    Sania-Bruno became the US Open 2014 mix doubles champions after defeating Abigail Spears and Santiago Gonzalez 6-1, 2-6, 11-9. ...
  • Barack Obama sets up Iraq security September 3, 2014

    Islamic State group on Tuesday posted a video purported to show the beheading of US journalist Steven Sotloff. The fighter who beheaded Sotloff in the video called it retribution for Barack Obama's continued airstrikes against the group in Iraq. Pentagon Spokesperson John Kirby said, "we're monitoring as best we can,...
  • ISIS asks US to release a woman known as 'Lady al-qaeda' August 29, 2014

    ISIS is asking US to release a woman known as 'Lady al-qaeda'. She is a Pakistani neuro scientist with a world class education. ISIS is offering to set hostages free if the US releases "lady al qaeda" from a Texas prison. ...
  • A clear strategy needed against Islamic State terrorists, says Obama August 29, 2014

    Even as US continues airstrikes against Islamic State terrorists in Iraq, President Barack Obama admitted that they need a clear strategy against the group. He also agreed to be prepared to offer support to Iraq. ...
  • Should social media networks be pulling the plug on extremists video? August 28, 2014

    The graphic video footage showing the execution of US journalist James Foley created a debate as soon as it was released on social media. The debate being on whether social media networks should be pulling the plug on extremists video that is essentially propaganda. ...
  • Don't punish my son over matters he has no control on: Mother of US journalist kidnapped by ISIS August 28, 2014

    The mother of US journalist Steven Sotloff held hostage by ISIS has appealed to the terrorists to release her son. ISIS had threatened to kill him if the US didn't end its campaign in Iraq. "As a mother I ask your justice to be merciful and not punish my son...
  • Watch: 2 boys miraculously saved in a high speed boat crash in US August 27, 2014

    Two boys miraculously survive a high speed boat crash in US. The boat was moving at a speed of 180 miles per hour when the two lost control and the boat flipped twice in the air and crashed. ...
  • ISIS releases video of beheading US journalist, threatens to kill another August 20, 2014

    ISIS has released a gruesome video that shows the beheading of US journalist James Foley. ISIS has threatened to kill another American journalist if President Barack Obama doesn't end military operations in Iraq. ...
  • US teen death: Obama appeals for calm as Ferguson remains tense, assures probe August 19, 2014

    Police on Monday enforced a curfew against protesters angry at the death of a black teenager by a white police officer in Ferguson. US President Barack Obama said, "The Justice Department has opened an independent federal civil rights investigation into the death of Michael Brown. They are on the ground...
  • Experimental Ebola vaccine by US company to be made available in market August 13, 2014

    As the Ebola crisis continues to ravage west africa, a US company is working to make its experimental vaccine available in the market. Newlink genetics in Iowa has signed a million dollar contract with the US department of defense. This experimental drug has proven 100 per cent effective in animal...
  • Iraqi helicopter crashes with 25 Yazidis and 2 journalists on board August 13, 2014

    An Iraqi helicopter crashed after airdropping food and water in the Sinjar mountains with close to 25 Yazidi evacuees and 2 journalists on board. This even as US prepares to send more military advisers to Iraq. ...
  • US launches three airstrikes in 24 hours on the Islamic state in Iraq August 9, 2014

    There has been another round of US airstrikes targeting ISIS in Iraq. This is the third round of airstrikes by the US in the last 24 hours. Their latest strike took place in the Kurdish city of Irbil and targeted Sunni militants. The Pentagon says the strikes are meant to...
  • Watch India@9 special from Meerut with Bhupendra Chaubey August 8, 2014

    In a new twist in the alleged gangrape of the 20-year-old girl in Meerut, The Uttar Pradesh police has claimed that this may be a case of a relationship gone wrong. The police believe that there are several discrepancies in the account of the complainant. CNN-IBN's Bhupendra Chaubey visits Meerut...
  • News 360: Medical emergency kept Sachin Tendulkar away from Parliament August 8, 2014

    After the uproar due to absence of Rajya Sabha MP Sachin Tendulkar in the Upper House, the former cricketer responded to the controversy on Friday in a press conference. Sachin said, "My absence in Delhi has been discussed too much. I do not mean to disrespect any institution, there was...
  • Obama authorises air strikes in Iraq but says won't drag US into war August 8, 2014

    US President Barack Obama has authorised targeted air strikes in Iraq for the first time since troops withdrew three years ago. However, he said that the US will be not be dragged back to war. ...
  • Concerns in US after 2 Americans contract Ebola virus August 6, 2014

    The Ebola outbreak that has affected more than 1600 people and killed 887 has now hit the Western Africa. There are concerns in the US too after 2 Americans contracted the virus. They are being treated in the US, even as health officials are working to figure out how they...
  • Save Arian: This is a very happy day for me, says Arian's father August 5, 2014

    Arian's Father on Tuesday thanked CNN-IBN and change.org Save Arian campaign as a US pharmaceutical company has agreed to provide Arian's family with the medicine for the rest of his life. 12-year-old boy suffers from the rare genetic disorder called Hunter's syndrome. ...
  • Can Narendra Modi redefine India-US relationship? July 31, 2014

    In stern words, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Thursday told US Secretary of State John Kerry that surveillance of political leaders and others in India by the American intelligence was "unacceptable". ...
  • News 360: India has been a responsible steward of nuclear power, says John Kerry July 31, 2014

    On his 3-day India visit for strategic talks, US Secretary of State John Kerry said that has been a responsible steward of nuclear power. In a joint press conference with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, Kerry also said, "India and US are indispensable partners in 21st century. There are incredible...
  • US wants to build a relationship with India: Niramala Sitharaman July 31, 2014

    On US Secretary of State John Kerry 's visit to India, the Centre assured that the US is looking at various aspects and is keen on building a relationship with India. "US wants to build on the strengths both the countries have. It's one of the most forward looking meetings,"...
  • John Kerry: US will push for ceasefire July 24, 2014

    John Kerry says that US will push for ceasefire. "We have made some progress in moving towards a ceasefire,"said John Kerry. ...
  • US suspends flights to Israel following security concerns July 23, 2014

    US suspended all its airlines to Israel following security concerns, after reports of a rocket attack near the Airport at Tel Aviv. Israel on Tuesday stepped up its assault on the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip, raising the Palestinian death toll to 604 in the 15-day conflict that has also left 29...
  • US: Ukraine does not have the capability to shoot down MH17 July 19, 2014

    In an interview with CNN-IBN, US says that the surface to air missile which brought the Malyasian airliner down couldn't have been Ukrainian as the country does not have such capability. Washington also says that Ukraine doesn't have the capability to shoot down a plane like this. ...
  • MH17 crash site looks like the biggest crime scene: Investigators July 19, 2014

    US President Barack Obama has called Malaysian plane crash a global tragedy. Obama said that an independent probe is essential. International monitors investigating the Malaysia Airlines crash in eastern Ukraine on Friday said that the team was not given full access to the site and was greeted with hostility by...
  • Malaysian plane crash: Confusion prevails over who fired the missile July 18, 2014

    A Malaysian airliner carrying 298 people crashed on Thursday in eastern Ukraine. The US has concluded that a Buk missile brought down that plane as not many missiles can shoot down a jet flying at nearly 33,000 feet. Buk surface-to-air missiles can strike targets at height of upto 49,000 feet....
  • Buk missile with high explosive warhead may have hit the Malaysian plane July 18, 2014

    A Malaysian plane was shot down on Thursday in eastern Ukraine. The US has concluded that a Buk missile brought down that plane. The Buk missile has high explosive warhead of 154 pounds and it's speed is 2684 MPH. This missile has the capability to shoot down a plane in...