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- 'Threat to national security', no business with Huawei in US: Donald Trump
The Trump administration believes that giving access to the state-controlled Huawei on 5G would risk America's national security. With this the US is also sending message to Huawei and other companies operating in the US.Donald Trump pays visit to shooting victims in Ohio, protesters shout 'Do Something'
Trump visited Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, Ohio, where the wounded were treated after nine people and the suspect were killed in a rampage early on Sunday, one of two mass shootings 13 hours apart that shocked the country.Shooting scare creates panic situation at Times Square in New York
Conflicting statements were recorded from the feared tourists who claimed to have heard a gun shot. It is not clear if that was a huge bang from a motorcycle or a fight on 42nd Street.China warns India of consequences if it blocks Huawei
China has issued a warning to India saying that it must not stop Huawei from doing business in India or there could be consequences for Indian firms operating China, said a media report.Terrorists moved ahead of Imran Khan's US visit back at LoC
Intelligence report and satellite images have confirmed that the launch pads and terrorists which were moved out ahead of Imran Khan's US visit have been moved back at the Line of Control.Osama Bin Laden's son Hamza killed, claims US agency
NBC News reported that three US officials have confirmed the death of Osama Bin Laden's son, but did not reveal the place, date and time of death.BCCI attempts to resolve Virat Kohli-Rohit Shetty conflict
From past few days, there are few reports which claimed a rift between captain and vice captain on Team India; the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is believed to be concerned on this and will be mediating to resolve the issues quickly.Pakistan's 'glaring admission' of having militants on its soil: India
Ministry of External Affairs (India) pointed out how Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan made a 'glaring admission' of having 30,000-40,000 militants residing on its soil, advising Islamabad that it is time when they must take a 'credible and irreversible action' against the militant groups.US in damage control mode after Donald Trump's 'Kashmir' remark
The US administration switched on damage control mode Monday after India rejected Trump's claim of PM Modi asking him to become a mediator on Kashmir issue between India and Pakistan. US officials finessed his words to clarify that Washington believes that Kashmir is a bilateral issue between Pakistan and India and they are ready to assist the two parties.PM Narendra Modi did not ask Trump to mediate in Kashmir issue
The foreign ministry has rejected Donald Trump's claims that PM Narendra Modi has asked him to mediate in Kashmir issue. Mr. President who hosted Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan in the US said, "If I can help, I would love to be a mediator".Top Stories