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US Congressmen want PM to address Congress in June

Obviously having gotten the green light from the Prime Minister's Office in New Delhi that if they lobby the Speaker to address a joint session of Congress, which he has not been able to do despite......

Our nationalism is only in sentiment, not in behaviour

'Going by television debates, it is obvious that the overwhelming majority of middle class Indians are nationalistic when it comes to opposing slogans and when it comes to the unity and integrity......

Magsaysay Awardee: RSS/BJP can't tolerate dissent

IMAGE: The Benaras Hindu University. 'If I am not there, the RSS would do that job. They are obviously in power, they can do anything.' Magsaysay Award winner Sandeep Pandey's teaching contract at......

Indian-origin retired Major in UK returns honour in protest

A former Indian-origin soldier-turned-politician in the UK has returned his Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire in protest against what he feels is the misuse of the honour......

When Amitav Ghosh issues a warning, it's time to listen

'We know many things are going to happen.'People should be preparing for sea level rise, for increased cyclonic activity, for drought.''One reason I wrote the book is to alert people to the......

Does India's gloomy exports scenario have a silver lining?

An obvious and easy explanation for India’s exports debacle is that petroleum products constitute the single-largest category in the country’s exports basket, notes A K Bhattacharya,......

Apple woos India, government must make the right moves

There is an obvious reason for this belated recognition of India: Apple is up against serious hurdles in China, its biggest overseas market. The four-day visit to India of Tim Cook, the chief......

Ending Rail Budget is Mr Prabhu's first step in the right direction

Prabhu has now to show that he can take on the vested interests within the railways which are resisting change through corporatisation, says Subir Roy. There is a strong likelihood that we have......

Early Budget is welcome, but challenges remain

Securing the GDP estimates a month in advance would be a challenge and the government should take the Central Statistics Office on board before embarking on the new schedule for Budget presentation......

Fliers can use Internet, make calls on board soon

The facility will be available for domestic as well as foreign carriers flying in Indian skies.     Air passengers may be able to use Internet on board and even make phone calls,......

Kunal, Tiger, Salman: Who has the hottest back? VOTE!

Bollywood hunks have been bringing sexy back since as long as we can remember!Actors obviously love to flaunt their backs, especially when they promote their movies. We saw actresses and......

Divyanka Tripathy's FUN sangeet pictures!

Television actress Divyanka Tripathy is obviously enjoying her wedding festivities in Bhopal. The Yeh Hai Mohabbatein actress has been looking gorgeous in all the rituals leading up to the wedding......

'My brother Krushna is the Shahid Kapoor of Bhojpuri films'

'Obviously, I like Comedy Nights Live because of Krushna. I like Kapil's show too. It's good but not mind-blowing.' Aarti Singh returns to television. Actress Aarti Singh has the......

No indication of trauma, suicide in Prince's death: Los Angeles Police

Singer Prince was found dead with no obvious signs of trauma to his body and there is nothing to indicate that his death was a suicide, police in Minnesota has said, a day after he was found dead......

Salman, Hrithik, John: Then and Now!

There was a time when six-pack abs was an alien concept in Bollywood. Not anymore, obviously. While B-town hunks like Hrithik Roshan, Salman Khan and John Abraham started off their careers looking......

Tendulkar lone Indian in McCullum's all-time Test XI

'Obviously, Sachin can bat for days.' Sachin Tendulkar is the only Indian in former New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum's all-time cricketing eleven, which is led by West Indian great Vivian......

Serena concerned over Zika outbreak

‘Obviously it does (worry me). The US (team) has talked to all the athletes, they have been going through a lot of protocol to make sure everyone is okay’ IMAGE: Serena Williams......

Bouchard out of US Open but legal battle continues

IMAGE: Ivo Eugenie Bouchard of Canada returns a shot to Katerina Siniakova of the Czech Republic during her first round women's singles match on Day Two of the 2016 US Open at the USTA Billie Jean......

Rooney to quit internationals after 2018 World Cup

IMAGE: England's Wayne Rooney at a press conference at St. George's Park on Tuesday. Photograph: Carl Recine Livepic/Action Images via Reuters Wayne Rooney will end his England career after the......

PHOTOS: Energised Nadal completes straight-sets win in opener

- 'Is not easy to go two months-and-a-half out of competition in the middle of the season without hitting a forehand.' IMAGE: Rafael Nadal returns a shot during his first round match against Denis......
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No dissonance in US on tackling Haqqani Network, other terror groups, says State Department

[United States], Aug.31 (ANI): Responding to question related to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry's remark that Pakistan is taking strong action... ...

http://www.sify.com/news/no-dissonance-in-us-on-tackling-haqqani-network-other-terror-groups-says-state-department-news-international-qi5oeAhddifjf.html
The untold story of a fashion week

Rediff.com photographer-cum-correspondent Rajesh Karkera was the ultimate fly on the wall throughout the five days at Lakme Fashion Week... ...

http://www.rediff.com/getahead/report/glamour-lfw-wf-2016-in-pics-the-untold-story-of-a-fashion-week/20160830.htm
Skipper Azhar Ali faces criticism after ODI series loss

Pakistan One-day captain Azhar Ali is facing the heat after the national cricket team slumped to a humiliating 169-run defeat in the third ODI... ...

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/567877/skipper-azhar-ali-faces-criticism.html
Ending Rail Budget is Mr Prabhu's first step in the right direction

Prabhu has now to show that he can take on the vested interests within the railways which are resisting change through corporatisation, says Subir... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/special/special-ending-rail-budget-is-mr-prabhus-first-step-in-the-right-direction/20160831.htm
Pakistan had rejected the U N Security Council resolution of 1948 - the very resolution it swears by now

New Delhi, [India], Aug.31 (ANI): Pakistan had rejected the U N Security Council resolution of 1948, the very resolution it swears by now. It never... ...

http://www.sify.com/news/pakistan-had-rejected-the-u-n-security-council-resolution-of-1948---the-very-resolution-it-swears-by-now-news-national-qi5jOvehjcfji.html

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