Knee trouble: Vajpayee to consult NY expert
The prime minister will visit orthopaedic surgeon A Ranawat for advice on the knee that has been troubling him since November 1999.
Vajpayee's visit to boost economic ties
The prime minister will keep his date with the American business community when he attends the US-India business summit in New York.
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Terrorism, business to top agenda during PM's visit
Vajpayee was also likely to stress on India getting a permanent seat on the UN Security Council for which it had widespread international support.
J&K militants may strike during visit
Pakistan-backed terrorists have been discussing, with their contacts across the border, the possibility of carrying out deadly strikes that could get them world attention during the PM's US visit.
BJP has links with 'Hindu extremist groups', says US report
The state department report says though India is a secular state and government does not favour any religious group, the BJP is a Hindu nationalist political party with links with Hindu extremist groups.
Book highlights Indian 'spice coast'
Maya Kaimal takes you on a pleasant and beautiful journey of Kerala with more than 100 recipes, each carefully adapted for the home kitchen.
India-US ties not to affect relations with other nations: PM
Vajpayee said that India and the United States have the potential for being 'natural allies'
Vajpayee advances departure to US: PTI
The prime minister's programme in the United States has undergone further change, with his departure being advanced by a few hours to enable him to reach New York on the afternoon of September 7.
Hizb chief met US mediator last month
Syed Salahuddin said he had met an unofficial US envoy to seek Washington's support in resumption of talks with India.
Something spooky about the first couple
'It should be interesting to see what will happen if the first lady loses the Senate race. Will the marriage that has bested many storms till now survive?' wonders Rohini B Ramanathan.
Delegates reject Christian interpretation on conversions
Angry Hindu, Buddhist, Jain and Sikh delegates at the World Peace Summit rejected the claim that the Universal Declaration of Human Rights gives missionaries the right to unhindered conversions.
India, US to intensify anti-terror cooperation
The US has pledged the G-8's full support to the Indian proposal for a UN convention on terrorism.
India won't sign CTBT now, says Brajesh: PTI
Vajpayee will not meet Pakistan's military ruler General Musharraf in New York on the sidelines of the UN Millennium Summit next week, the prime minister's principal secretary said.
Pak rules out Vajpayee-Musharraf meeting
The Pakistani ruler will, however, meet US President Bill Clinton on the sidelines of the United Nations Millennium Summit.
Designs on success
Manish Singh toils in virtual anonymity, hoping to one day be as famous as other brand-name designers and have his name splashed all over his clothing line.