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Barack Obama, 44th President of the U.S., breaks colour barrier and holds out promise before a troubled nation
A nation of diverse faiths: Obama
Washington: U.S. President Barack Obama has said America is now a nation of “Christians, Muslims, Jews and Hindus”. “For we know that our patchwork heritage is a strength, not a weakness. We are a nation of Christians ...
Indian-Americans in key posts
Washington: Hours before his inauguration, Barack Obama appointed two leading Indian-American lawyers — Neal Kumar Katyal and Preeta Bansal — to key posts. Neal Kumar Katyal’s appointment to the post of Principal Deputy ...
Obama reaches out to Muslims
Washington: Barack Obama, who was on Tuesday sworn in as the 44th U.S. president, used his inaugural speech to reach out to the Muslim community across the world. “To the Muslim world, we seek a new way forward, based on mutual ...
L&T, Essar approach Satyam
Tarun Das confirms buyout offers
State recovering penal rent arrears, Supreme Court told
Media helped raise awareness during the Mumbai attacks, says N. Ram
But he criticises chauvinistic and irresponsible elements in initial TV coverage
Tax collection delay hits Ambattur projects
CHENNAI: Work on several developmental projects of the Ambattur Municipality has come to a near standstill with the local body experiencing a severe financial crunch. The situation prevails on account of a delay in collection of a chunk of ...
Kalyan Singh quits BJP
Says he was feeling suffocated and is not a bonded labour of the saffron party
“Hindu Rashtra ideology was driving force for Malegaon conspirators”
Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad files charge sheet in Malegaon blast case; suspects planned to approach Israel for help
He now favours amicable solution to Ayodhya
LUCKNOW: After resigning from the Bharatiya Janata Party, the former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Kalyan Singh sang a different tune on the Babri Masjid issue. He was at the helm when the mosque at Ayodhya in Faizabad district was ...
Rafael Nadal hammers hapless Rochus
13th seed Fernando Gonzalez ends Hewitt’s hopes in a gruelling five-setter
I can never be even half of what Tendulkar is: Sehwag
New Delhi: He once said in jest that the only difference between him and Sachin Tendulkar was in their bank balances, but Virender Sehwag, a trailblazer in his own way, said on Tuesday that as a batsman he can never be “half of what the ...
Italian Mafia finds its way onto Facebook
ROME: Your college roommate is on Facebook. So are your cousins and colleagues and friends. But guess who else may find Facebook a great way to stay in touch? Some people in Sicily who know a few things about networking. The Italian ...
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