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Amid row over Delhi University's 4-year-course, vice chancellor quits

Delhi University Vice Chancellor Dinesh Singh resigned on Tuesday apparently in protest against the University Grants Commission's direction to dump the controversial four-year undergraduate......

R R Patil's advice to women journos: Take police protection with you

With opposition gunning for his head over the Mumbai gang rape incident, Maharashtra Home Minister R R Patil on Friday had a word of advice for women journalists on assignments in suspicious places......

PCI to look into acid attack on journalist, family in Maha

A one-member committee of the Press Council of India will look into the acid attack on a journalist and his family in Maharashtra allegedly because of his reports against illegal sale of......

Journalist committee condemns attack on scribes in Pak

The Committee to Protect Journalists has condemned the attack on the offices of a Pakistani television channel and called on authorities to immediately investigate the attack and bring the......

Egyptian troops take 18 journos to safe place

A total of 18 journalists, captured by thugs while they were covering the anti-government protests in Egypt, have been secured by military forces and taken to a "safe place," media reports said on......

HSBC 'tax dodge' revelations are tip of iceberg, says leaker

The former HSBC employee who leaked sensational secret documents alleging the bank helped wealthy customers dodge millions of dollars in taxes warned today that the revelations are just the "tip of......

Why govt should scrap Adani's Mundra plan

By refusing permission for the proposed ship-breaking facility, India can send a categorical message to the foreign ship owning countries that they should keep their own waste and recycle it, feels......

Eurozone crisis: Germany, France call another EU summit

Germany and France have convened another European Union summit next week to finalise a package of comprehensive measures to tackle the eurozone debt crisis as their continuing dispute over the size......

12 Indians among WEF's Young Global Leaders

As many as 12 Indians and 2 Indian Americans have been named as Young Global Leaders (YGLs) for 2011 by the World Economic Forum. The honour, bestowed each year by WEF, recognises up to 200......

The 10 riskiest and least risky nations to invest in

India ranks as the 22nd riskiest sovereign country, seen as most likely to default on debt and unable to honour its debt obligations. A report, 'Sovereign Risk Report for Q4 2010', released by......

Warner's "football tsunami" warning finally comes true for FIFA

A combination photo shows eight of the nine football officials indicted for corruption charges in these file photos. Photograph: Reuters Almost exactly four years to the day since former FIFA......

Bewilderment, anger after latest twist in FIFA World Cup saga

A camera is seen by the FIFA logo outside the FIFA headquarters. Photograph: Harold Cunningham/Getty Images Bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups was criticised by its own investigator......

High stakes for Putin at costly Sochi Games

The Sochi Winter Olympics are meant to be Vladimir Putin's crowning achievement as Russian leader but are in danger of becoming a symbol of his country's problems. When the Games open with great......

Olympics hosts must have clean rights record: Rights group

The new president of the International Olympic Committee, who will be elected next month, must ensure future Games' hosts comply with human rights according to the Olympic charter, human rights......

Tweet away, IOC tells London athletes

Athletes at next year's London Olympics can blog and post comments on Twitter as long as it is not done for commercial purposes, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has said.\\nBut any found......
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