US President Donald Trump’s controversial immigration ban has been blocked by a federal judge. Judge James Robart’s temporary restraining order is a challenge to Trump’s policy which banned nationals from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the US.The Seattle judge said travel restrictions could be lifted straight away. The Justice Department is set to appeal the ruling, with the White House branding the ruling outrageous.
Feb 4, 2017
The first of three major elections in Europe will take place in the Netherlands on 15 March 2017. Nearly 12.7 million people are eligible to vote and x parties will take part in the election. Current polls place Geert Wilders’ far-right Party for Freedom (PVV) first with 31% but other parties have already announced that they would not join a coalition with the anti-immigration and anti-EU party.
Feb 4, 2017
PM Modi Meerut rally speech: 'UP election 2017 is the BJP's fight against SCAM'; loan waiver promised to sugarcane farmers
Here are the signs that Sasikala Natarajan aka Chinnamma will take over as Tamil Nadu chief minister
SM Krishna will join BJP, says Karnataka BJP president BS Yeddyurappa: Will it help the saffron party?
Manipur economic blockade may be lifted: Will the deal help the BJP win the Manipur Assembly elections?
Assembly elections 2017: Record voter turnout in Goa; polling ends with 83% turnout in Goa, 70% in Punjab
Punjab and Goa elections 2017: Here are 5 top candidates to watch out for in the upcoming Assembly polls
Donald Trumps senior adviser Kellyanne Conway has come under fire after blaming two Iraqi citizens for a fictional massacre in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Conway was attempting to justify Trumps immigration ban on MSNBC when she made the claims, prompting criticism and ridicule on social media.
Feb 3, 2017
French presidential candidate Francois Fillon attempted to fight back on 2 February as pressure mounted on him to quit the race. Some lawmakers from his own side have urged him to drop his scandal-tainted bid to save the conservatives from defeat.Fillon has denied wrongdoing after Le Canard Enchaine newspaper reported the former prime minister had paid his wife hundreds of thousands of euros for work she may not have done.But Fillon pressed on with his campaign, telling a rally of about 1,000 people to help him resist against orchestrated efforts by his political opponents to break him and the party.He once again defended his actions as nothing illegal and sought to grab back the political high ground by attacking the other presidential candidates.
Feb 3, 2017
- Rafale deal row: Modi govt 'insulted, hurt and destroyed' future of HAL, says Rahul Gandhi
- ICC keen on curbing players' participation in T20 leagues to keep bilateral series alive
- Sovereign gold bonds fixed at Rs 3146 per gram; all you need to know
- Meerut: Over 100 Dalit families barred from installing Goddess Kali idol; threaten to convert to Islam
- #MeToo: I was stripped at 7, gang-raped at 12, tasted my own blood performing oral sex, reveals Harish Iyer
- Red glowing fire spotted in North Carolina sparks Nibiru apocalypse fear
- Maharashtra: Man commits suicide after female co-worker demands for regular sex
- Who was Paul Allen? Microsoft co-founder and billionaire dies at 65
- Chinese troops enter Indian side in Arunachal Pradesh, return after objection from the army