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Is India-Sri Lanka fishing row nearing an end?

Sri Lanka’s signals -- that it is ready for ‘joint fishing’ initiatives -- and Tamil Nadu fishermen’s sticking to commitments have paved the way for a negotiated settlement......

Five dead in shooting in Southern California college

At least five persons were killed and several others wounded in a shooting at a college at Santa Monica, Southern California, some three miles away from where US President Barack Obama was......

Attack on Malala a WARNING sign for Pak forces

The dastardly attack on Malala Yousufzai is a disturbing sign that Taliban militants may be regrouping in Swat valley, warns Tahir Ali The attack on 14-year-old activist Malala Yousufzai is not......

Queen Elizabeth upset with cleric Hamza's hate message

It is rare for Queen Elizabeth to intervene or express opinion on matters related to terrorism, but she was so upset at radical Islamic cleric Abu Hamza's activities in Britain that she asked a......

World media abuzz with Kashmiri's death

There have been uncorroborated rumours since Saturday afternoon, claiming that Ilyas Kashmiri, the head of the 313 Brigade, an affiliate of the Al Qaeda, was killed in a drone strike by the United......

Media firms hiring, but not like pre-boom days

If the early signs are right, then Network 18's letting go of 200 people may just be an aberration. Across the Rs 80,000-crore (Rs 800-billion) Indian media and entertainment industry, hiring is......

Why WorldSpace scores over others

Video killed the radio star. Back in the 1980s, this song by a British group hit the charts as a fitting tribute to the golden days of radio, which had been cut short by the television and video......

Nimbus spots buyer for TV rights for England serie

Five days after it bagged the $612 million global media rights for Indian cricket for four years, Nimbus Communications today identified a buyer for satellite rights for the upcoming England's test......

Mobile satellite radio in India soon

Delphi Corporation, an automotive systems and components manufacturer, On Monday announced an agreement with WorldSpace Inc, the global satellite radio broadcaster, to make mobile satellite radio......

BBC to cut 2,900 jobs

The British Broadcasting Corporation on Tuesday said it would cut about 2,900 jobs, more than 10 per cent of its workforce, as a part of "transformation" of the world's biggest public broadcaster,......

Why Bond is better than breakfast

Men who make lists scarcely take other ones seriously, and so it is with me and this latest poll coming our way via the BBC's Radio Times. The publication asked over 2000 men and women about their......

'Circumstances made me learn Sufi singing'

Kailash Kher is one of the most successful singers in the Hindi film industry today, a far cry from his struggling days earlier. The singer talks about his struggles which started at the young age......

Flower is contagiously sour, infectiously dour, claims Pietersen

Kevin Pietersen and Andy Flower look on outside the dressing room during. Photograph: Pal Pillai/Getty Images Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen claims Andy Flower was a power-crazy coach, who......

EPL: Stoke beat Newcastle to heap pressure on Pardew

Peter Crouch of Stoke City scores the opening goal during the Barclays Premier League match against Newcastle United . Photograph: Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images An early Peter Crouch goal gave......

Manchester United need massive investment on new players, says Neville

Dejected Manchester United players walk back to the dressing room after the 5-3 defeat to Leicester City. Photograph: Mike Hewitt/Getty Images Manchester United, who spent 150 million pounds on......

'Too late to sack Cook as captain, we're close to the World Cup'

England captain Alastair Cook. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images The clamour for his sacking as England's ODI captain has grown shrill after the debacle against India but former......

Sri Lanka survive dramatic session to save Lord's Test

Number 11 Nuwan Pradeep survived five dramatic balls from Stuart Broad to help Sri Lanka avoid defeat after James Anderson ripped through the visitors to almost force an England win in the first......

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Q. Dr. Trupti Jayin took Swati Singh back into her past life on Raaz Pichhle Janam Ka, on Monday, 7th December at 9.30pm only on Imagine. I see it nothing more than a Planchette. In Planchette too they spell out the similar supernatural (or unconscious) messages. Do you believe in Past life regression?
:  A. The case of Titu Singh that appeared in the London-based magazine Reincarnation International is one of the more fascinating cases of double...... more

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Q. What is origin of the term "Back to Square One " ?
Jack Johnson:  A. Back to square oneMeaningBack to the beginning, to start again.OriginThe most widely reported suggestions for the origin of this phrase are BBC...... more

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Liverpool vs Hull City Live Streaming Information

Mario Balotelli will look to prove his critics wrong when Liverpool host Hull City in the English Premier League on Saturday. All eyes will be... ...

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Premier League defences are just not what they used to be

LONDON:In its own way, it was a thing of beauty. Santiago Vergini, under no pressure as the ball arced slowly towards the edge of his penalty area,... ...

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Drugmakers may need indemnity for fast-tracked Ebola vaccines

LONDON/GENEVA (Reuters) - Drugmakers are looking for some kind of indemnity from governments or multilateral agencies for the widespread emergency... ...

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New 007 novel may see James Bond racing cars

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Horowitz revealed on Britain's BBC Radio 4 that he had been given the choice of five treatments for a never... ...

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Ian Bishop says West Indies should see India tour collapse as 'wake up call'

ANI | London October 23, 2014 Last Updated at 12:16 IST Former West Indies fast bowler Ian Bishop has said that the West Indies cricket team should... ...

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