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“Mumbai is a symbol of incredible energy and optimism that defines India”
Massive evacuation as A.P. braces for storm
HYDERABAD: Massive evacuation operations have begun in 700 villages in Nellore, Prakasam, Guntur and Krishna districts as a severe cyclonic storm is threatening to hit the south Andhra coast on Sunday night. Moving slowly at a speed of ...
26/11 attack: Islamabad hands over 13th dossier
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Friday handed over to India its 13th dossier on the Mumbai terror attacks case and details of the commission Islamabad wants to send to India for pursuing the case. A Foreign Office statement said Pakistan also requested ...
Trawler capsize: search still on for 70 people
KAKDWIP: The West Bengal government on Saturday said the search was still on for 70 people who went missing after last week's trawler capsize tragedy in the Muriganga river, which killed 83 people. “We are still searching for them. ...
Gunshot outside Taj, accidental firing by cop
Mumbai: Authorities faced anxious moments when a gunshot was heard on Saturday night outside the iconic Taj Hotel where visiting U.S. President Barack Obama has been put up. According to Mumbai Police Commissioner Sanjeev Dayal, the firing had ...
Congress in U.P. equidistant from Hindu, Muslim fundamentalism
New Delhi: For the Congress, the challenge in Uttar Pradesh is to build on the gains it made in the Lok Sabha elections in 2009, when it won 21 of the 80 seats in the State, while steering clear of both Hindu and Muslim extremist elements. (It ...
U.S., India ‘constructing paradigm beyond Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty'
Obama backs Indian membership of NSG, MTCR and other hi-tech regimes
“Mahatma a hero to the entire world”
Mumbai: ‘Overwhelmed and touched' were the perfect words to describe the Obamas after their 40-minute visit to Mani Bhavan, the museum and research centre on Mahatma Gandhi, here on Saturday afternoon. After spending some silent moments ...
“Announcement likely on India's role in Afghanistan”
Chennai: Hours before United States President Barack Obama left for India, a senior U.S. State Department official said that his administration was “keen to see a level playing field,” regarding the civil nuclear agreement with ...
We'll never forget awful 26/11 images: Obama
MUMBAI: Paying tributes to Mumbai, U.S. President Barack Obama on Saturday said the attackers of 26/11 wanted to demoralise this city and this country, but they failed because the very next day, Mumbaikars came back to work. Hotel ...
Don't endorse Indian bid for UNSC seat, says Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Ahead of U. S. President Barack Obama's India visit, Pakistan on Friday warned that any endorsement of the Indian bid for a permanent seat in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) would have a negative impact on issues relating ...
A heartfelt gesture to heroes
MUMBAI: “It was an emotional experience. He looked into our eyes and shook hands with us,” said a tearful Kia Scherr — whose daughter Naomi and husband Alan were killed in the November 26, 2008 terror strike at the Trident ...
Protesters raise Bhopal, Headley issues
Vidarbha farmers protest policy of providing huge subsidies to cotton farmers in the U.S.
“Sri Lanka asked to ensure progress in housing displaced Tamils”
CHENNAI: The Union government has impressed upon Sri Lankan president Mahinda Rajapaksa to ensure considerable progress in the construction of houses for internally displaced Tamils in Sri Lanka, Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram said on ...
Cyclone ‘Jal' likely to bring heavy rain
CHENNAI: The severe cyclonic storm ‘Jal,' which lay centred on Saturday evening 500 km east southeast of Chennai, is expected to bring heavy rain in and around Chennai in the next couple of days. The rainfall could be over 25 cm in ...
Education will take you places, Michelle Obama tells children
Plays hopscotch and missing letter activities with inmates of orphanages
Legal support to free and open source software projects
SFLC will bring to notice violations of licence terms
Now, learn Indian languages via iPods and iPhones
NRI from U.S. designs an easy language-learning application
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