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'Hindu cultural belligerence will be a key concern for J&K'

'J&K continues to have the highest concentration of military personnel anywhere in the world. The alienation of the Kashmiri has increased and been more profoundly articulated in the last ten years......

Hometown diplomacy expected to be part of Xi's hosting of Modi

Hometown diplomacy mixed with a Silk Road touch is expected be part of Chinese President Xi Jinping's reciprocal gesture when Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits China before end of May. Xi is......

Read: Prez Obama's address to the people of India at Siri Fort

US President Barack Obama shakes hands with the audience after he delivered a speech at Siri Fort Auditorium in New Delhi Photograph: Ahmad Masood/Reuters 'Bahut dhanyawad' and 'Jai Hind' were......

Good/Bad/Ugly: What will Obama's visit be like for India?

'The real test will be in defence-related deals, for instance the Javelin anti-tank missile: Is the US willing to co-develop something with India, on terms that will support the 'Make in India'......

BJP working towards a Uniform Civil Code

Minister of State for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Ansari believes a national debate on a Uniform Civil Code is a must. 'The need of the hour is to debate this issue at length in order to create......

Rohan Murty, the master of many trades

Over home-cooked food, Murty tells Rahul Jacob how he is fascinated by history and ancient texts, and about his efforts to measure productivity in software companies, such as Infosys. Image:......

Illicit financial flows: Top 10 nations

India is one of the world's largest exporters of illicit capital with an estimated outflow of a whopping $104 billion between 2000 and 2008, according to a US-based think tank Global Financial......

India to be developed nation: Blackberry CEO

James Laurence Balsillie, founder and co-chief executive officer of Research in Motion, feels that in the next 20 years, India will reach the developed nation status with $20,000 per capita income......

India's top second-home spots

India's second-home market might not be steaming, but it's still pretty hot.According to a study conducted by Kapston.com, a Bangalore-based E-business consulting firm, second-home sales in India......

Soon, Internet on Rajdhani, Shatabdi trains

Railway Minister Lalu Prasad is expected to announce a slew of initiatives for select Shatabdi and Rajdhani trains in the coming rail budget, including access to on-board free Internet and......

When Shyamalan became 'Night'

His films are loved and hated in equal measure -- but since he broke out with the 1999 blockbuster The Sixth Sense, Hollywood has been unable to ignore M Night Shyamalan's unique cinematic vision.......

No plans to cancel torch relay: IOC

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has no plans to cut short the global torch relay despite disruptions by protesters in London and Paris, Olympic chief Jacques Rogge told the Wall Street......

Awarding Games to China was right move: Rogge

Awarding the 2008 Olympics to Beijing was the right decision, despite mounting criticism of its human rights record, International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge said on Monday. "It was......
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Nine youths arrested

Srinagar, Mar 25 (PTI) Nine youths, allegedly involved in the murder of a lecturer in Leh district of Jammu and Kashmir last week, were arrested,... ...

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Myanmar: Hard-liners in Myanmar's government are deliberately instigating communal violence in the country in a bid to derail democracy and... ...

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State asks for more tourism circuits

BHUBANESWAR: Talk of tourism and Odisha has them all. From majestic monuments to beautiful beaches, hot springs to forests and exquisite... ...

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/bhubaneswar/State-asks-for-more-tourism-circuits/articleshow/46661986.cms
State wants its smart cities based on a theme

While the Narendra Modi-led government has chalked out an ambitious idea for setting up 100 smart cities in the country, the Maharashtra government... ...

http://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/report-state-wants-its-smart-cities-based-on-a-theme-2071126
US first lady urges Cambodian students to seek more freedoms

Ms. Obama urges Cambodian students to seek more freedom; promotes the U.S. - led education initiative "Let Girls Learn." Michelle Obama urged... ...

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