WASHINGTON: The Trump administration announced new restrictions Sunday on visitors from eight countries – an expansion of the pre-existing travel ban that has spurred fierce legal debates over security, immigration and
New York [U.S.A], August 3: The United States has urged Americans currently in North Korea to leave the reclusive country before a travel ban policy takes effect on September 1.
Washington DC/USA, July 20: The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a lower court opinion that temporarily exempts grandparents and other relatives from travel ban. The court, however, lifted an order
New Delhi, march 28: According to the latest report by India Today Shiv Sena ‘slipper happy ‘ Parliamentarian, Ravindra Gaikwad may soon be allowed to restart air travel, with pressure
Los Angeles, Feb 27 : Celebrities including Ruth Negga and Barry Jenkins registered protest against US President Donald Trump’s travel ban at the 89th Academy Awards ceremony here by wearing
Islamabad, Feb 16: Hafiz Saeed, chief of terror group Jamaat-ud-Dawa has told the Government of Pakistan to immediately remove his name from a list that bars him from leaving the
Washington, Feb 6 : Major technology companies have planned to file an amicus brief with a federal appeals court hearing challenges to US President Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban, the
NewDelhi , Feb.04: After several Hollywood actors came out in the open to voice their protest against U.S. President Donald Trump’s sweeping refugee ban, Desi girl-‘gone-international’ Priyanka Chopra did not lag
Washington , Feb4:Many thousands of his opponents have loudly disapproved of Donald Trump’s administration since the president took office two weeks ago. They’ve marched in cities across the country on
San francisco, Feb3:You dont see a billionaire coming out on the road to protest against the government, joining the masses and lending a support and legitimacy to a protest. But
Washington D.C. , Feb. 1 : Arnold Schwarzenegger has criticised President Donald Trump’s controversial executive order barring people from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the US, and halting the nation’s
Baghdad, Jan 30: Iraq’s parliament has voted to take “reciprocal measures” in reaction to the new US travel ban on citizens from several predominantly Muslim countries. The majority vote was
Islamic State sympathisers, have hailed the Trump administration's ban on travel to the US from seven Muslim- majority nations saying it would persuade American Muslims to side with the
thousands of demonstrators gathering at airports and outside the White House in solidarity with those hit by the controversial move.
Confusion has reigned since US President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Friday temporarily banning incoming refugees and travellers from seven Muslim-majority countries.