Indian to Head Stanford Children's Hospital
Vadiyala Mohan Reddy, one of the pre-eminent paediatric cardiac surgeons in the world, will be the division chief for heart surgical services at the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford University.
Jeffrey Archer's story ends in prison
The 61-year-old millionaire author, peer and former Conservative Party deputy chairman was convicted of perjury and intending to pervert the course of justice.
3 Indian refugees escape Aussie detention centre
The detention centre has refused entry to visitors and efforts to find out the names of the refugees have failed to elicit a positive response from the authorities so far.
Rocca confident sanctions against India will go: PTI
US Assistant Secretary of State Christina B Rocca said the lifting of sanctions would happen after the current review and consultations with Congress.
Continue dialogue, urges Kofi Annan
"A sustained Indo-Pakistani dialogue, especially at the highest level, is sorely needed, and the summit should be seen as an important step towards this," spokesman Fred Eckhard said quoting the UN Secretary-general.
US wants strong defence ties: Shelton
General Henry H Shelton, chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, is in India at the invitation of his Indian counterpart Admiral Sushil Kumar.
Blackwill sworn in as US envoy to India
He immediately announced that he had been instructed by President George W Bush to further the 'enormous opportunity in US-India relations'.
US reviewing sanctions on India: Rocca
The Bush administration is committed to completing the transformation of the US-India
relationship that was set into motion in the past few years, the Assistant Secretary of State for South Asian
Affairs, Christina Rocca, said.
Benjamin Gilman slams Pakistan, China
The chairman of the powerful International Relations Committee's panel on South Asia has demanded that Islamabad conform to a laundry list of demands before the Indian Prime Minister visits Pakistan.
US looks to strengthen ties with India: Bush
In a message to all those participating in the annual national legislative conference of the Indian-American Friendship Council, Bush lauded the role played by the Indian-American community in fostering the ties between India and the US.
Drop in at the TiECon 2001...virtually
The complete webcast of this year's conference of The IndUS Entrepreneurs includes all the keynote speeches from the 3-day event, wall to wall coverage of the main learning tracks, and numerous company showcase interviews.
US encourages India, Pakistan
It issued yet another strong statement of encouragement urging both countries to stay on course toward peace, in an apparent effort to ensure that the breakdown of the talks does not end in another lengthy lapse of dialogue.
The Guardian blames Advani
"It was insistence on the part of India to include the words cross-border terrorism and objections by the Home Minister L. K. Advani which prompted the collapse," the daily said.
Blair Defends Hinduja Passport
'The issue of (passport to) the Hindujas and sponsorship of the Dome is something which we have always been upfront about. We have always said that there was nothing wrong whatsoever with that, ' said an official spokesman of the prime minister's office.
Anxious ISKCON awaits court ruling
While the allegations--which include rape, torture and the brutalization of children as young as 3 years of age in their gurukulas--have not been categorically denied, ISKCON disputes the extent of the charges and the idea that the organization as a whole is responsible for the crimes of its devotees
The most expensive meal per head
Two Indians and a Pakistani participated in a meal, the cost of which would have been more than enough to underwrite a banquet that included the Indian and Pakistani delegations to the Agra peace talks---and most of the local population as well.
UK Muslims want riots investigated
Fresh unrest broke out over the weekend at another town, Stoke-on-Trent, with an estimated 200 British Pakistanis involved in clashes with police.
Menu, not summit, grips UK media
While most British papers tucked the summit into their inside pages, the menu at the summit, including crushed pearl, coral and mica among exotic ingredients served at the Musharraf-Vajpayee lunch had better display, with The Times putting it on the front page.
Yaadein my best, says Subhash Ghai
But the filmmaker-director-writer's arrival a good three-and-a-half hours late for the press conference in New York left more than a few people fretting.
Canadian experts hopeful of breakthrough
Academics Ashok Kapoor and Balbir Sawhney feel that while no quick fix should be expected, the summit in Agra will not be a exercise in futility.
A truly bovine nose job
An Indian woman has won token compensation from a British health authority for inserting a cartilage taken from a cow into her nose seven years ago
IAF chopper rescues 2 British schoolgirls
The two girls, part of a team of 17 British school children on a trekking expedition to Kinnaur-Keylong heights, suffered from acute high altitude sickness prompting the team leader to send a distress signal.
Strange abduction raises questions
So far, the police are treating Long Island politician Karan 'Bobby' Kumar's mysterious weekend disappearance and subsequent reappearance in a park as a kidnapping. But others in the community are not so sure.