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‘Indian officials hope U.S. will now ease up on its pressure'
India-Malaysia ties on fast track
KUALA LUMPUR: India and Malaysia on Wednesday decided on elements that would be given form and content in the coming months for providing a strategic orientation to their relationship. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his Malaysian ...
BCCI serves 30-day termination 777 on Kochi consortium
CHENNAI: The Kochi consortium of the Indian Premier League (IPL) has been served with a 30-day termination notice by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). The decision follows an emergency meeting of the IPL Governing Council ...
Obama should back India for permanent UNSC seat: Think tank
India is “on track to become world's third or fourth largest economy”
Adopt realistic approach to finding solution acceptable to all, including PoK: Padgaonkar
SRINAGAR: All people should adopt a realistic approach to finding a solution to the Kashmir problem, and the solution should be acceptable to all parts of the State, including those under Pakistan's control (PoK), Dileep Padgaonkar, who leads ...
We are not tilting in any direction: Manmohan
KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday attempted to dispel the impression that India, traditionally seen and looked up to as a champion of non-alignment, was tilting towards the U.S. and the West. In an interview to New ...
India, Malaysia sign six pacts
Highlight is the economic cooperation agreement
Pakistan observes Black Day
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan observed Black Day on Wednesday to mark the arrival of Indian troops in Srinagar this day in 1947, after the signing of the Instrument of Accession. Protests were held against “Indian occupation of Kashmir” and ...
Talaq joke , while chatting with his wife on the net, may cost youth his marriage
Saharanpur (U.P.): A talaq joke to his wife on the Internet may cost an e-savvy youth his marriage. The man, a resident of Qatar, spelt talaq thrice while chatting with his wife, but little did he know that his humorous intention could ...
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