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China: Foreign scribes hit by e-mail hackers

The Google email accounts of at least two foreign correspondents in Beijing have been hacked, a journalists' advocacy group in China said on Monday.The two journalists apparently discovered that......

India's friendly steps towards Pak face this 'unique challenge'

India’s efforts to have ‘closer and broader’ cooperation in South Asia often faced roadblocks due to ‘unique challenge’ from Pakistan which tends to use terrorism as......

The American who fought for India's freedom

IMAGE: Samuel Stokes in a photograph taken in Pennsylvania with his Indian wife and his first born. Photograph, kind courtesy Asha Sharma Samuel Stokes made India his home and participated in......

Pakistan's desperate moves in Valley

Separatists and their wide network must be neutralized for peace in the Valley, says Lt Col (retired) Anil Bhat. The mayhem in Kashmir Valley following the killing of Hizb-ul-Mujahideen......

Beyond the symbolism, the substance from Pranab's China visit

Amid reports of souring ties, President Pranab Mukherjee visited Beijing for three days last week. On his return to India, hopes of better ties have arisen, says senior correspondent R Rajagopalan,......

Sensex hits seven-month high on positive GDP data

The S&P BSE Sensex ended up 46 points at 26,714 and the Nifty50 settled 20 points higher at 8,180. Benchmark indices ended marginally higher amid profit booking at levels and weak global cues.......

What ails India's airports?

Delays at immigration counters blamed on shortage of officers, increase in passengers arriving on e-tourist visas Around 200,000 tourists entered India using e-tourist visa (e-TV) in the first two......

Markets end flat amid rangebound trade; Midcaps outperform

  Benchmark indices ended flat, amid lacklustre trades, as investors maintained a cautious stance ahead of the expiry of December F&O contracts on Thursday. Further, selling by foreign funds......

Indian promoters' stake in companies at 8-year low

Promoters' holding in private sector BSE 500 companies declined to 43.4% in September. Are Indian promoters less bullish about their companies than their foreign peers or institutional investors?......

Woes aplenty for Darjeeling tea exporters

According to estimates, production between January and mid-March declined by about 5.85 million kg compared to the corresponding period last year Darjeeling tea exporters are going through a rough......

Dhoni, Raina, Bravo missing at Jadeja's wedding reception

The Gujarat Lions team members and supporting staff came wearing orange turbans to the reception.Haresh Pandya reports from Rajkot. IMAGE: Ravindra Jadeja on his way to the wedding ceremony in......

FIFA scandal: Banks did not do enough, says global agency

Activists from advocacy group Avaaz demonstrate near the Hallenstadion, in Zurich. Photograph: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters A global group of government anti-money-laundering agencies said that financial......

BCCI blames Modi for FEMA violations in IPL

Under fire over allegations of foreign exchange violations in IPL, BCCI's top officials o Wednesday blamed sacked Commissioner Lalit Modi for "mistakes" as they told a Parliamentary panel that they......

CWG: India's hits and misses

Every Indian in the country and abroad can proudly declare that the 2010 Commonwealth Games was a big success, even if there were minor glitches along the way. Our Correspondent Harish Kotian......
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Glimpses of key events leading to Modi’s rise

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India's friendly steps towards Pak face this 'unique challenge'

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Trust In The Law

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Inside an Olympian's testosterone ordeal

During the IAAF process, the athlete could not compete; the coach covered her absence from races by lying that she was injured. The young... ...

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Why Indonesian Brands Need to Start Telling A Better Story

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