Pak breeding ground for terrorists: US
Officials ascribed the situation to the collapse of the country's political, social and economic structures.
Sister of slain girl holds vigil
And Sheela Agarwal plans to keep fighting till the accused, Kamlesh, is extradited back and made to stand trial.
G-8 asks India, Pak to begin dialogue
The ministers asked that the talks be conducted in the spirit of the Lahore declaration and that no step be taken to aggravate tension in the sub-continent.
AltaVista plans Indian subsidiary
The company plans to set up a subsidiary directly or through a joint venture in India by mid 2001.
US rebuffs Pakistan on terrorism issue
United States House International Relations Committee chairman Benjamin Gilman has refused to accept a request from Islamabad's lobbyists not to conduct a hearing on terrorism in South Asia which would have mention of Pakistan.
Fake notes, totalling billion dollars, seized
The notes were seized by the police from a resident at Doranda, in Bihar, last night during a surprise raid.
Immigrants lobby for more H1B visas
They have begun meeting more than 500 lawmakers to help H1B visa holders secure permanent residence in the United States.
India hopes to get basmati patent revoked
The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research had earlier won a patent war on the aromatic qualities of basmati rice on the grounds that it was not an innovation but part of traditional Indian knowledge.
Pressler extols Indian 'knowledge power'
The United States will be cultivating India as a counter to China in Asia not with military or trade pacts but with knowledge, the former senator said.
Leaving his mark on pulp fiction
Pune-born novelist Shirish Date plans to release his third book, Smokeout, in November.
America's 224th birthday
On July 4, Rohini B Ramanathan remembers the fathers of both America and India and asks herself the vital question: So what is India?
MS accused of 'underhand deal' in Kerala
The state opposition claims the software giant had 'colluded' with the state government in computerizing local body offices
More controlled items exported to India: US
License denials have dropped from nine per cent in fiscal 1999 to about four per cent now, said R Roger Majak, assistant secretary of commerce for export administration.
Pushing cricket in Chicago
Abdul Khan, a fan of the game, started a cricket club and even opened a store to sell cricketing equipment.
Indo-US partnership crucial: Clinton
The relationship drew its strength from shared values, a reverence for freedom and belief in democracy, he said.
'If I wasn't making movies, I would probably be composing scintillating music,' says Bombay-born producer-director-distributor Ismail Merchant.
McAfee is now world's largest online ASP
'We signed more than half a million subscribers in less than nine months, which also makes us the fastest growing paid subscription service on the Internet,' says co-founder and CEO Srivats Sampath.
Doc wins first round against university
A judge refused to dismiss charges of discrimination and conspiracy against the University of Tennessee, Memphis.
Scouring her past -- on celluloid
Shanti Thakur has made an award-winning film based on the experiences of her mother in Nazi-occupied Denmark and her father in Partition-era India.
US committed to get Pak to negotiate
'We will do everything to encourage Pakistan... to reduce the level of violence,' Ambassador Richard Celeste said.
e-books may be the future, but what about the quality of the reading experience, asks Sundari Josyula.