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Ebola 'easier to avoid than malaria': USAID

Obama looking forward to set 'new agenda' with Modi: Kerry

49 per cent FDI in Defence to transform Indo-US ties to strategic partnership

US-India Energy ties set for new heights at TERI-Yale Summit

Air India launches direct flights to Moscow

Ban condemns latest deadly attack near UN school as 'moral outrage and criminal act'

India will not compromise interest of farmers at WTO: Govt

India warns against dangers of exposing UN PKOs to resolve armed internal conflicts

Modi HITS Nepal with Highways, I-ways and Transways

Modi offers puja at Pashupatinath temple in Nepal

PM Modi to receive rockstar reception in US

Hillary Clinton hints she's ready for 'an office without corners'

Air India pilots avert disaster over New York skies

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TERI, USGBC form strategic alliance

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Dr U S AwasthiIffco pitches for urea decontrol



India to get $35 billion from Japan

India Japan FlagsTOKYO: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday extracted a pledge of nearly $35 billion in Japanese investment and financing over the next five years for infrastructure projects like smart cities and the cleaning of the Ganga. But on the key civilian nuclear deal for Japan to supply components to reactors, the Indians had to be content with a promise to further accelerate talks with a view to clinching an agreement soon......more More

Modi warns against forces of expansionism in the world

TOKYO: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday warned against the forces of “expansionism” in the world and said today’s global situation looked more like the 18th century. Suggesting that the world was divided into two streams of “Vistarvaad” (expansionism) and “vikasvaad” (developmentalism), the Prime Minister referred to encroachment on nations, their takeover and “entry into seas”......more More

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Sushma tells Indian envoys to 'Act East'

External affairs minister Sushma SwarajHANOI: External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj on Tuesday chaired a brain storming session of 15 Indian 'heads of mission' in South East and East Asia here and directed them to 'act east' and not just 'look east', as she discussed the foreign policy initiatives under the new BJP-led government .....more More

Chhatisgarh CM Raman launches Facebook page of Indian Consulate in NY

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Chhatisgarh CM Raman launches Facebook page of Indian Consulate in NYNEW YORK: The Indian Consulate in New York hosted the kick-off celebrations of Diwali in association with "Asian of Indians in America Inc." here on Tuesday. The evening began with the singing of Sharada Iyengar, Playback Singer and Music Director of Bollywood films, in the Ballroom of the Consulate General of India, New York. The event started with the launch of .....more More

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Modi to address UN General Assembly on Sept 27

Modi 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

Obama to convene UNSC meeting on foreign fighters: White House

UNSC meetingNEW YORK: U.S. President Barack Obama will convene a meeting of the U.N. Security Council next month on the threat posed by foreign fighters in Syria and Iraq, the White House has said, amidst reports that another American jihadi has died in Syria fighting for Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)......more More

Britain Raises Terror Alert, Cites British Terrorists

LONDON: Britain has raised its terrorism alert level in response to the rise of Islamic extremist groups in Iraq and Syria, and the belief that British citizens fighting with such groups could bring terror home. The new British terror threat level is called "severe," which means an attack is "highly likely," but there is no information about a specific terrorist plan......more More

Vested interests spreading canard against Air India

By Deepak Arora

NEW DELHI: Air India has criticized a section of the media for spreading a canard about splurging crores of rupees on organising a function recently to coincide with the Air India Day. "The reporting is totally baseless, mischievous and devoid of truth," according to a spokesperson of Air India......more More


Building a connected Nation; Modi stepping towards making ‘A Digital India’

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NEW DELHI: Chalking a way out to make technology reach the masses, PM Modi evokes for a digital tomorrow. This could be an effective step if we look at the present scenario, as the internet users in the country are increasing at a faster pace and are expected to reach 500 million internet users by 2018. .....more More

Air India offers tickets for Rs 100

NEW DELHI: Air India will sell tickets for Rs 100 (taxes extra) for five days from Wednesday — which it will celebrate as Air India Day to commemorate the merger of erstwhile Indian Airlines and Air India on this day in 2007. "On this occasion Air India is launching the Air India Offer for its travellers. Under the scheme tickets will be offered for Rs 100 apart from all applicable taxes. The sale of these tickets will be made only through the Air India website for five days from August 27 to 31 2014 for travel between August 27 and September 30, 2014, only," an AI statement said......more More

Renowned Ghazal singer Dhananjay mesmerizes Boston

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Renowned Hindustani classical Sufi vocalist Dhananjay KaulBOSTON: Renowned Hindustani classical Sufi vocalist Dhananjay Kaul mesmerized Boston audience at a concert here with his amazing repertoire ranging from ghazals, thumri and khayal. The concert was organized by Kashmiri Overseas Association. Though born in Kashmir, this has been Dhananjay’s first concert ever where Kashmiri folk songs and music dominated the show......more More

Australian PM to visit India for potential uranium deal

SYDNEY: Australia's prime minister Tony Abbott said Friday he will visit India next week, where he will reportedly sign an agreement allowing the export of uranium to the nuclear-armed South Asian nation. It will be Abbott's first trip to India since his election a year ago and he said in a statement it would involve visits to New Delhi and Mumbai to "strengthen the strategic partnership between our two countries"......more More

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt tie the knot

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt tie the knotNEW YORK, Aug 28: Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have tied the knote secretly in France. They wed in a small chapel in a private ceremony attended by family and friends. In advance of the nondenominational civil ceremony, Pitt and Jolie also obtained a marriage license from a local California judge......more More

‘I am a virgin’ says Deepika Padukone, and Censor Board doesn’t like it

Finding FannyMUMBAI: Finding Fanny, to be released in English and Hindi, is now facing censorship trouble in getting a U/A certification. In fact, an official of the Censor Board, who is reportedly the Personal Assistant to Chairperson Leela Samson, has asked the film director Homi Adajania to cut down the word ‘virgin’ from Deepika Padukone’s dialogue......more More




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