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UK Supports India, 4 Other Nations for UN Permanent SC Seat; Opposes Veto Rights

Modi announces Visa-on-arrival for Australian tourists

G20 supports Modi's pitch to bring back black money

Nehru respected Opposition: Pranab Mukherjee

Nadir Patel is Canada's new envoy to India

One World Trade Center reopens

UN Secy Gen Ban condemns Wagah terror attack

India pledges to modernise Vietnam’s defences

10,000 new Ebola cases per week could be seen: WHO

India ramps up Ebola screening at airports

Modi charms Americans and the world from Madison Square Garden

Indian-Americans felicitate Sushma Swaraj

India contributes US $ 1 million to UN Women

Delhi to Agra in 105 minutes

'Timing of Chinese incursion with Xi visit a mystery'

IBSA calls for enlargement of UN Security Council

IFFCO joins PM's Swach Bharat campaign; Pledges Rs 10 crore

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

Canada Minister Alexander launches CAN+ Express Visa Service for Indians

TERI, USGBC form strategic alliance


Narendra ModiModi for ‘closer South Asian integration’

KATHMANDU: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday stressed closer regional cooperation between SAARC countries and suggested five pillars for achieving that goal. “For India, our vision for the region rests on five pillars — trade, investment, assistance, cooperation in every area, contacts between our people — and, all through seamless connectivity,” said Modi......more More

ObamaR-Day Chief Guest Obama to also hold summit-level talks with Modi

NEW DELHI: US President Barack Obama’s state visit to India in January to attend the Republic Day Parade will be spread over two days and include summit-level talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi......more More

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Hillary ClintonReady for Hillary: Any day now

NEW YORK: Ready For Hillary is really ready.The group supporting a potential presidential run by Hillary Rodham Clinton is ready to fold up shop and hand over its list of supporters to the Clinton campaign – if only Clinton will give the word......more More

Raghuram RajanDefaulting large borrowers are like freeloaders: Raghuram Rajan

ANAND: Accusing some large borrowers of enjoying "riskless capitalism", RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan today said such entities were responsible for making banks' credit profile unhealthy and these big clients were in effect becoming 'freeloaders' in the banking system......more More

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5 Indian University Teams Accept Lockheed Martin Challenge to Design 130J Cargo Aircraft

NEW DELHI: Teams from five leading Indian universities presented their conceptual designs to Lockheed Martin officials in New Delhi last week, launching the C-130J Roll-On/Roll-Off University Design Challenge to develop cargo aircraft modules for disaster relief operations worldwide......more More

India’s UN resolution on Yoga gets backing of about 130 nations

UNITED NATIONS: In an overwhelming response to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s call for commemorating an International Day of Yoga, about 130 countries have joined as co-sponsors to an India-led U.N. General Assembly resolution recognising yoga’s benefits......more More

PM Modi's wife files RTI over her security cover

Jashodaben ModiAHMEDABAD: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s estranged wife Jashodaben Modi filed an Right To Information (RTI) application seeking details of the official order under which the government provided her with security, and the facilities she was entitled to by virtue of being the PM’s wife......more More

More Indians opting for higher education in US

NEW DELHI: After a brief period of lull recently, the number of Indian students opting for higher education in the US has gone up by 6% in 2013-2014, while US students coming to India has dropped by 4.7% in the same period......more More


25 Envoys honored with Lions International Life Time Achievement Awards

NEW DELHI: Lions Club International honoured 25 Ambassadors and High Commissioners with Lions Club International Life Time achievement awards at a glittering function here to mark the United Nations Day. Senior BJP Leader and Chairman UN Day Celebrations Lion Vijay Jolly coordinated the program organised by District 321-A1. Lions Club District Governor Lion Rajeev Mittal, PMJF presided......more More

China asked not to support Pak's anti-India activities: Rijiju

JAMMU: Amid reports of China training Pakistani army, Union minister of state for home Kiren Rijiju on Sunday said India has conveyed its "dismay" to China and asked it not to support Pakistan's activities directed against this country......more More

US and China announce 'historic' climate accord

BEIJING: China and the United States, the world’s two largest carbon polluters, on Wednesday announced ambitious plans to cut down on greenhouse gas emission over the next two decades......more More

World's first dengue vaccine might be available in 2015

PARIS: The French pharmaceutical company revealed that it has cleared clinical trials at an international level. The firm has already started production of the vaccine at a new facility located in Neuville-sur-Saône, France, which is expected to produce 100 million doses of the vaccine each year......more More

Kathak legend Sitara Devi is dead

MUMBAI: Eminent Kathak danseuse Sitara Devi, who was on ventilator and serious on Monday, passed away early on Tuesday at Jaslok hospital in Mumbai, confirms her son-in-law.....more More

Toyota to pay Rs 25 lakh for Fortuner accident in 2012

NEW DELHI: The Indian arm of Toyota Motors on Thursday agreed before the Supreme Court to pay Rs 25 lakh as compensation for an accident involving its 'Fortuner' SUV in November 2012 that resulted in the death of the driver and serious injury to the owner......more More



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Mangalyaan sends picture of Mars’ moon Phobos

India’s maiden spacecraft to Mars, Mangalyaan, has captured the image of Phobos, the larger and closer of the two natural satellites of the Red Planet. Both moons of Mars were discovered in 1877.


SunEdison develops new solar technology

SunEdison, a well-known name in solar technology space, has claimed that it has developed an advanced polysilicon technology. Consequently, it is on target to produce solar material at the lowest cost

Eshaan SehgalA Memory

By Eshaan Sehgal

A memory is not only the past

It is what determines the future

It is what is in store for you next

It is a chance for redemption

It is a fragment of imagination

It is a Memory

Red wine a substitute for exercise

A glass of red wine could provide one with the same benefits an hour's exercise would give.
Resveratrol, an antioxidant found in red grapes, improves muscle and heart functions in the same way as an hour of exercise would, Canadian researchers noted.

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