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  • India @ 9 with Rajdeep Sardesai May 21, 2014

    Catch the day's top stories with Rajdeep Sardesai on India @ 9. ...
  • Should Modi reach out to Washington and Islamabad? May 21, 2014

    Diplomatic overtures have already begun even though the new government is yet to take office. In a first, SAARC leaders have been invited to PM's swearing-in ceremony. BJP on Wednesday said that it was Prime Minister-designate Narendra Modi's desire to invite the heads of government of all SAARC countries to...
  • Watch: Obama mocks Ellen DeGeneres's record-breaker Oscar selfie March 21, 2014

    US President Barack Obama stole the thunder when he appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres Show. ...
  • Watch: Simon Denyer speak on 2014 Lok Sabha elections March 10, 2014

    In an exclusive interview to CNN-IBN's Amrita Tripathi, senior journalist Simon Denyer talked about the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. Simon Denyer has worked in India with media giants Washington Post and Reuters. ...
  • Obama's highly-anticipated 'State of the Union' speech today January 28, 2014

    US President Barack Obama will deliver his highly-anticipated State of the Union speech today. He's expected to offer his assessment of where the US stands, and may say he's willing to side-step the US Congress to complete his agenda this year. ...
  • Watch: US Capitol dramatic car chase and shooting October 4, 2013

    A dramatic car chase through the streets of Washington from the White House to the US Capitol ended in gunfire on Thursday when law enforcement officers shot and killed the driver as lawmakers and aides huddled in a lockdown. The identity of the driver - a woman - was not...
  • Watch: Video of US Navy Yard shooter released by FBI September 26, 2013

    The FBI has released the video of the Washington DC Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis. The FBI has said that he didn't target specific individuals when he opened fire inside a building on September 16. The FBI has also confirmed that Alexis was delusional. Alexis shot down 12 people before...
  • US celebrates 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr's 'I have a Dream' speech August 29, 2013

    Thousands of people gathered in Washington on Thursday to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, and Martin Luther King Junior's iconic 'I have a dream' speech. ...
  • World View: With Kerry-Hagel at the helm for US pullout, will it be advantage Pakistan? March 1, 2013

    Watch the discussion on the question with Suhasini Haidar on World View. ...
  • Headley would've got death had he been tried in India: Ujjwal Nikam January 25, 2013

    26/11 senior public prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam has expressed his dissatisfaction at the 35-year prison sentence handed over to David Headley. ...
  • Obama's second term: Tough challenges lie ahead January 22, 2013

    The President spoke directly to the American people on Monday after the swearing-in ceremony, giving a glimpse into the next four years. ...
  • Connecticut school shooting worst day of my Presidency: Obama December 31, 2012

    As the year winds down to a close US President Barack Obama has said the school shooting at Newtown, Connecticut, was the worst day of his presidency. ...
  • The Last Word: Has confidence in the PM sharply diminished? September 6, 2012

    The Prime Minister's Office and the Washington Post are locking horns over an article critical of Manmohan Singh. ...
  • News 360: Washington Post calls PM a dithering bureaucrat September 6, 2012

    The Washington Post and the writer of the story have categorically denied any question of an apology for criticising Manmohan Singh. ...
  • Is govt overreacting in seeking an apology from Washington Post? September 5, 2012

    Criticising Manmohan Singh and the government, the Washington Post said that the PM is in danger of going down as failure in history. ...
  • Egypt polls: A puppet government in the offing? June 19, 2012

    Even as the Muslim Brotherhood claims that it has won the landmark elections, it won't be real victory for the civilian President-to-be as the military council strips the President of any real powers through its latest decree. ...
  • Sneak Peek: Denzel Washington's 'Flight' June 13, 2012

    Academy Award winner Denzel Washington returns to the big screen this fall as a heroic pilot who comes under scrutiny in 'Flight'. ...
  • Chinese activist Chen under heavy security at Beijing hospital May 4, 2012

    Chen Guangcheng, who is in a hospital in Beijing, has said that he wants to leave China as he and his family no longer feel safe. ...
  • No renewed talks with Iran, says Israel March 3, 2012

    Israel will not set red lines for military action on Iran, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned on Saturday. However, US President Barack Obama has warned against a premature strike. Meanwhile, oil prices spiked to their highest in 4 years. ...
  • Bollywood Blockbuster: Remembering Dev Anand December 4, 2011

    Here's a look at the work of evergeen actor Dev Anand through the years. ...
  • Dev Anand died in his sleep: Reports December 4, 2011

    According to reports, Dev Anand died in his sleep at the Washington Mayfair Hotel in London. ...
  • Occupy Wall Street movement reaches Australia October 16, 2011

    Crowds of mostly union workers gathered near a bank in a peaceful protest in Melbourne as the Occupy Wall Street movement spilled into main streets around the world. ...
  • Barack Obama pays tribute to 9/11 victims September 12, 2011

    US President Barack Obama attended a memorial concert in Washington DC and paid homage to the 9/11 victims on Sunday. ...
  • 9/11: a new terror threat in the US? September 10, 2011

    US officials said that they have specific, credible, but unconfirmed information about a terror plot in the US. ...
  • World media keeps a close eye on Anna's protest September 2, 2011

    Anna Hazare's agitation has whipped up the curiosity of the global media. While some international websites have compared it to Egypt's Jamsine Revolution, others are questioning if this Gandhi-like method will help the cause. ...
  • US celebrates July 4 with fun traditions July 5, 2011

    A new poll conducted in the US shows that 58 per cent of Americans know the exact date the US declared its independence - July 4, 1776. ...
  • Rebels in Libya desperate for any kind of weapons March 5, 2011

    There is a lot of concern that the Libyan government's arsenal could fall into the wrong hands. ...
  • Obama's China visit may affect India-US talks: ex-diplomat November 25, 2009

    PM Manmohan Singh is on a four-day visit to the US. ...
  • G20 summit curtainraiser: What should India expect April 6, 2009

    In the run-up to the G20 meeting in London, India is under pressure both to fight off protectionist measures in other countries and to drop any of its own. ...
  • N-deal in crucial stage, reports CNN-IBN correspondent September 24, 2008

    Washington: The nuclear deal is making news and causing concerns. The senate foreign relation committee took the markup, which is necessary for legislation to be voted in the senate. Both, the house and the senate are to end their respective congressional session. That means there are only about 48 hours for the...