Washington sources reported that President Donald Trump is ready to sign a border security funding deal, despite failing to get anywhere close to the money he sought for a US Mexico border wall. Meanwhile CNN and NBC television quoted sources close to the president saying that Trump has resigned himself to the deal crafted by his Republican Party and the Democrats in Congress.
Washington sources reported that Investigators working for Jeff Bezos have reportedly concluded that the intimate text messages published by the National Enquirer were leaked by the brother of the Amazon boss’s mistress, Lauren Sanchez. Meanwhile the team, led by investigator Gavin de Becker,
Sources from Los Angeles stated that women and rap triumphed at the Grammys as female acts took home top prizes including album of the year and best new artist, and Childish Gambino made history when his hit "This Is America" became the first rap based track to win record and song of the year.
Los Angeles sources stated that Former US President Jimmy Carter won his second Grammy Award for spoken word album for his biography "Faith A Journey For All". Earlier in 2016, Carter, the 39th president of the United States, won his first Grammy award for another one of his works, "A Full Life: Reflections at 90". Meanwhile the spoken word category includes poetry, audio books, and storytelling.
A woman belonging to Malopurginsky district in Udmurtia city of central Russia was killed after she fell into a pig farm as she had unexpected fits and seizure, following which pigs in the farm ate her alive. Malopurginsky district is known for extensive pig growing for farming purposes.
Rio De Janeiro sources stated that fire swept through a training facility for Brazil's most popular football club Flamengo Friday, killing at least 10 people. Meanwhile the pre-dawn blaze in Rio de Janeiro hit a building that housed youth category players aged 14 to 17. Furthermore in addition to the deaths, three people were injured in the fire and the cause was not immediately known.
Apple Company is all set to sponsor the education of a 14 year old in Arizona, USA. The kid had helped Apple by finding a critical bug in the Face time app of the company, and the bug was that in the video calling app if someone calls another, and the person doesn't attend the call, even when the caller could hear the voice through the mike.
Accordingly Michael Cohen and Stephanie Winston Wolkoff had operated in a shared milieu. Both lived on the same block on the Upper East Side. Meanwhile more notably, both were crucial supporting players in the Trump orbit and Cohen had been an indefatigable booster of Donald Trump, helping to arrange his real estate deals, paying off alleged mistresses, and quashing would-be damaging stories regarding his boss.
Washington sources reported that US President Donald Trump on Thursday ruled out meeting with his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, before the theoretical deadline for concluding trade negotiations between the US and China. Accordingly "No," Trump responded when asked by reporters at the White House if he would be meeting with Xi before the deadline.
According to sources after reiterating his government's stand on the immigration policy, US President Donald Trump said that he would be happy to see immigrants entering US legally. Meanwhile the official transcript of his speech at 'State of the Union' Annual address said "He wants people to come into our country, but they have to come in legally." Meanwhile these comments have contradicted his government's stand on immigration policy.
Sources from Vatican City reported that Pope Francis's public admission that priests have used nuns as "sexual slaves" and may still be doing so marks a new chapter in the abuse crisis rocking the Catholic Church. Lucetta Scaraffia, editor of the Vatican's women's magazine, told "It is the first time that the pope, but also the church as an institution, has publicly admitted this abuse is taking place, and that's hugely important".
Washington sources reported that the women in white several dozen Democratic lawmakers sat en bloc Tuesday in unmistakable defiance of President Donald Trump while he delivered his State of the Union address. Accordingly House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Trump's arch rival in Washington who sat behind him on the dais, led many in her caucus in wearing white to honor the fight for suffrage
Hong Kong sources stated that the death of Canadian entrepreneur Gerald Cotten, died due to complications with Crohn's disease while travelling in India in December, has left a huge stash of crypto currencies locked off from the people who own them. Accordingly Quadriga, Canada's biggest crypto currency exchange, said it's unable to gain access to $145 million of bitcoin and other digital assets after the death of Cotten, its 30 year old CEO and Co-Founder.
Sources from Abu Dhabi stated that Pope Francis, the first leader of the world's 1.3 billion Catholics to visit the Arabian Peninsula, will attend an interfaith meeting in the UAE on Monday as part of his outreach to Muslims. Meanwhile the pontiff arrived in a modest black Kia at Abu Dhabi's presidential palace, where he was welcomed with a lavish military parade. Reportedly officers fired 21 shots in the air
An unknown and yet to found person who calls himself as Hercules is on a murder spree in Bangladesh, and so far he has killed 3 rape accused persons. Police last week captured the dead body of a rapist and there was a board on him, with his name, the victim who was raped by him, saying that this is a punishment for rape and mentioned the killer's name as Hercules.
Sources from Canberra stated that devastating floods in Australia has forced thousands of people from their homes and brought snakes and crocodiles onto the streets as the weather office on Monday forecast more rain with damaging wind gusts. Meanwhile much of the city of Townsville in Queensland State is flooded, with residents left without power and some compelled to seek safety on the roofs of their homes.
Sources from Abuja stated a presidential spokesman Laolu Akande has said that Nigerian Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Saturday survived a helicopter crash while on an official trip to the country's central state of Kogi. Meanwhile the six seater helicopter, conveying Osinbajo and some of his aides, crash landed in Kabba area of Kogi.
Washington D.C. based Indian embassy has set up a 24/7 helpline with regards to the case of detention of Indian students. The contact numbers to get details are +1-202-322-1190 and +1-202-340-2590 besides email ID email@example.com. With the assistance from Telugu NRI groups and External Affairs ministry, both Telangana and central government are looking for solutions.
Washington sources reported that President Donald Trump spent Saturday enjoying his favorite outdoor sport in company of Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus, two of the world's greatest golfers. As per report Trump tweeted a picture of himself standing between the two smiling golf legends on a green at the Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, Florida.
According to sources eight recruiters from Telangana and AP, who are being put for trial by the US immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), have been charged with facilitating at least 600 students to stay illegally in the US. Reportedly the eight will be produced before the US Criminal court on February 4 and the eight had made over Rs 2.1 crore, through the enrollment.
Sources from Moscow stated that President Vladimir Putin on Saturday said Russia was suspending its participation in a key Cold War era missile treaty in a mirror response to a US move the day before. He said of the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces Treaty "Our American partners have announced
Leaders of NATS, TANA, ATA, NATA, TATA, and TLCA went and met congressman Thomas Suozzi and presented a memorandum and requested to help in releasing the student victims of Farmington University that were arrested in the last few days.
Sources from Tokyo stated that a Japan Airlines plane from New Delhi skidded off a snow-bound runway at Narita Airport on Friday, officials told AFP, briefly closing part of Tokyo’s main hub. As per report spokespeople from the airport and the carrier said the 201 passengers and crew had all been escorted off the Boeing 787 jet with no serious injuries.
New Jersey: North American Telugu Association (NATA) has been talking to the students of University of Farmington and following up with them. It is very unfortunate that several students are affected by this University and the majority are Telugu students. Most of these students have joined to get their work permits without knowing that this college is not accredited and became victims of this. Their dreams are shattered now.
Washington sources reported that the US President Donald Trump will make a significant announcement on the status of the fight against the ISIS in Syria during his State of the Union Address next week, the Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said. Meanwhile Trump is scheduled to deliver the State of the Union Address in a joint session of the US Congress on February 5.
Homeland security investigation team had set up a fake university in Farmington, in an undercover operation to help them nab criminals and illegal migrants who stayed in the US without proper VISA or authorization credentials.
Indian Students belonging to the Farmington university based out of Michigan, and most of these students belonging to Andhra/ Telangana are set to face deportation as they have been in the US without proper VISA. As said by an immigration official, the students are now detained in places like Atlanta, Houston etc.