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India-Pak talks cancellation 'unfortunate': US

By Deepak Arora

FlagWASHINGTON: The US has described cancellation of India-Pakistan Foreign Secretary-level talks as “unfortunate” and asked New Delhi and Islamabad to take steps to improve bilateral ties irrespective of what happened. Speaking to newsmen here, US State Department Deputy Spokesperson Marie Harf said "it is unfortunate that planned talks between India and Pakistan have fallen through.".....more More

Pak envoy meets Kashmiri separatist, India calls off talks

FlagNEW DELHI: India called off foreign secretary-level dialogue with Pakistan on Monday, in a tough reaction to Islamabad's decision to hold talks with Kashmiri separatist which New Delhi described as an "unacceptable" interference in India's internal affairs. Indian foreign secretary Sujatha Singh was to travel to Islamabad on August 25 to hold talks with her Pakistani counterpart Aizaz Chaudhry, nearly two years after their sluggish peace dialogue stalled due to .....more More

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We will stage comeback: Sonia

NEW DELHI: Congress President Sonia Gandhi today asserted that her party will stage a comeback as she attacked BJP, saying it had woven "false dreams" and people got caught in the "trap". She targetted the Narendra Modi government, accusing it of copying the schemes and programmes of the UPA dispensation and taking credit for the same......more More

Hagel offers defence trade, technology to India

By Deepak Arora

NEW DELHI: The visiting US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel has asked India to join in co-producing and co-developing a series of cutting edge weapons and technologies under the Defence Trade and Technology Initiative (DTTI). Speaking at the silver jubilee function of the Observer's Research Foundation (ORF), Chuck Hagel said the US has not proposed such a co-development, co-production programme “with any other country”......more More

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Modi to address UN General Assembly on Sept 27

UNITED NATIONS: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to address the 69th Session the United Nations General Assembly on September 27. This would be Modi's first global speech to an audience of nearly 200 world leaders and foreign ministers at the annual gathering in New York......more More

China Confronts Growing Instability in Its West

By Dean Cheng

Dean ChengWASHINGTON DC: Reports indicate major violence erupting in western China recently, with knife-wielding assailants attacking two towns. Casualties are said to involve dozens of Uighurs and ethnic Han (the largest ethnic group in China), as well as extensive property destruction. The attacks were apparently aimed at local police forces, with dozens of police cars damaged......more More

Women integral part of india's success story

NEW DELHI: Devi is the female goddess, venerated in India by the majority Hinducommunity as the source of primordial power, the symbol of piety andpurity. Yet, in a country of such great tradition and culture, Indian women are in the news globally for all the wrong reasons: sexual harassment and societal subjugation. In the past decade with the information boom having touched all corners of the globe, unfiltered news about India is available to all. It has meant that the focus in the past two years has been on crimes against women in India rather than on women achievers from India......more More

U.N. chief: Unity needed against record swell of crises

UNITED NATIONS: The world faces the greatest humanitarian crises in United Nations history and nations aren't coming together to solve the problems, according to Ban Ki Moon, U.N. Secretary-General......more More

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Narendra Modi speaks extempore and strikes a chord

NEW DELHI: Narendra Modi on Friday, delivering his first Independence Day speech as India's Prime Minister, made a significant departure from tradition. He chose to address the nation without the help of a teleprompter or a written speech and spoke extempore for close to 60 minutes without faltering even once. In over three decades, since Indira Gandhi's death, no Prime Minister has taken the risk of speaking from the ramparts of Lal Qila without a script......more More

The Justice League: Times Square's superheroes fight back against bad press

NEW YORK: After a spate of arrests and bad publicity, the costumed characters who pose for tourist photographs in New York's Times Square in the hopes of a cash tip have formed an association to preserve a livelihood that has come under increasing scrutiny......more More

Placing clean water at the heart of good governance in India

By Pallava Bagla

NEW DELHI: In water, there is life and without water, there is no life. Water is almost a producer of life. From thick jungles where diverse plants and animals throng to human settlements that naturally seek water and cluster around it forever; this is one natural resource that is at the core of life on Earth. Today more than ever the new Prime Minister Narendra Modi led government is placing clean water at the heart of good governance. So when Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave a clarion call on July 29 when speaking to agriculture specialists seeking `per drop, more crop’, it automatically touches a chord among Indians......more More

Germany spied on Kerry, Clinton: Der Spiegel

WASHINGTON, Aug 16: German intelligence agents secretly recorded at least one telephone conversation involving U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and parties to West Asia negotiations in 2013, as well as a 2012 conversation between former secretary of state Hillary Clinton and former United Nations secretary-general Kofi Annan, according to a media report......more More

Salman KhanSingham Returns earns Rs. 100 crore in just five days

MUMBAI: The Ajay Devgn-Kareena Kapoor-starrer entered the Rs. 100-crore club making a total collection of Rs. 100.68 crore five days after the movie hit theatres. Singham Returns made a record-breaking opening collection of Rs. 32.09 crore......more More

Kangana Ranaut offered an Italian film

MUMBAI: After signing a French film opposite Irrfan Khan, now Italy is on the radar for Kangana Ranaut. According to a source close to the actor, she was recently approached by director Edoardo De Angelis to play the lead role in an Italian film opposite Massimiliano Gallo. Although excited at the prospect, she is yet to decide on whether she will accept the offer......more More

 

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