US will mediate in J&K only if asked: Clinton
'Unless we were asked by both parties to help, we can't get involved. In every other case we are involved, it is because both parties have asked us to be involved,' the President said.
Reddy's attorneys want separate trials for father and son
Defense lawyers believe that separate trials mean a speedy resolution of the cases. Besides, it will not be the same judge and the jury who will decide the fate of their clients.
Toronto cabbies change minds about protective shields
'It makes a lot of sense to provide the driver with protection,' one taxi driver said.
NDP dissidents threaten to go to court over 'tainted' members
If the controversy is not cleared by Friday and new delegates from election districts where 'massive irregularities' have occurred are not barred from the party's convention, dissidents are prepared to go to court to stop the convention.
Hollywood bigwigs back Deepa Mehta
George Lucas, creator of the Star Wars series, is so upset that he is taking advertisements in Hollywood trade publications, condemning the events that led to the cancellation of the Water shoot.
Why is Kissinger scared of the Mahajan brothers?
The former secretary of state calls off his speech following protests by students at the University of Texas in Austin.
Dark clouds over desi box-office
Badal earned a paltry $ 64,000 last weekend. Given the usual pattern of 45 to 50 per cent decline for desi movies in the second week, it could exit with just about $ 150,000 in three weeks.
Confidentiality: Census to issue television ads to reassure minorities
Census officials are worried that a lot of people, either out of cynicism or negligence, will not fill in the forms.
Shyamalan, Nayar get Oscar nominations, Nepal's Caravan tramples Mehta's Earth
Shyamalan's The Sixth Sense has got the nod in best picture, director, screenplay, supporting actor and editing categories.
Narinder Virk: Cold blooded murder plotter or 'ultimate victim' of justice system'?
Many Sikhs are coming forward offering to put up their property as collateral to have Virk released.
Nayar shines bright at Berlin Festival
For Nayar, the relative non-success of several of his recent feature films in America is not a big worry.
Toronto crematorium is also a symbol of amity between Hindus and Sikhs
The idea for the crematorium was suggested 10 years ago but the construction got delayed because the money for the project.
Oscar nominations: Will the dark horse make Sense?
Many critics and Oscar-watchers say they would not be surprised if The Sixth Sense gets a handful of Oscar nods, including for best picture on Tuesday.
Junglee guy goes after Purple Yogi
PurpleYogi.com, which is getting ready for an early launch, aims for extreme personalisation of the Internet.
Divakaruni says she can't stay away
too long from three men in her life
Her new book tells the story of two young women whose friendship is tested even as their lives take to opposite turns.
Dosanjh persists despite setbacks
The man, who would be the first Asian premier in Canada, is caught in a controversy.
AAPI to raise funds for trauma centers in India
The trauma centers are a priority to AAPI because of the huge number of people who die or are seriously injured in auto accidents in India.