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30 years later, kin of Kanishka bombing victims re-unite in grief

On June 23, 1985, Air India Flight 182 from Toronto was en route to New Delhi when it exploded off the coast of Ireland. 30 years later, relatives of the 329 people who perished in......

India tops slavery index with 14.3 million victims

Nearly 14.3 million people, including children, are ‘trapped’ in modern-day slavery in India, which tops a global index of people under bondage across the world with an estimated 35.8......

'The law of the land shall prevail on social media sites'

'Whatever is shared on social networking sites, will it not jeopardise the security of the nation at times?' K N Govindacharya, the right-wing ideologue who has filed a petition against the......

The danger signal from the Muzaffarnagar riots

It is rare for communal riots to spread to rural areas. The UP riot is the first time after the September 1969 Gujarat riots that a rural area have been affected. Electoral politics which divide......

'No one has taken responsibility for Savita's death'

The grieving parents of Indian dentist Savita Halappanavar, who died following a miscarriage in Ireland last year, say they are still waiting for justice as no one has taken responsibility for......

In an interconnected world, India cannot escape Greece crisis's fallout

If the impact of the Greece crisis spreads across Europe and parts of the world which are more interconnected than ever before, India cannot hope to be insulated, says Paranjoy Guha Thakurta.......

HC asks DGCA not to de-register SpiceJet planes till April 6

In a reprieve to SpiceJet, the Delhi High Court today asked aviation regulator DGCA not to de-register its six leased planes till April six, saying the no-frill carrier was likely to settle the......

SpiceJet urges HC to direct DGCA not to deregister its planes

SpiceJet on Monday moved Delhi High Court seeking orders to DGCA not to de-register its six aircraft leased from two foreign firms, saying it has arrived at a settlement with one and was in process......

Spicejet reaches out of court settlement with Irish lessor

Budget carrier SpiceJet on Monday said it has reached an out of court settlement with an aircraft lessor over default on aircraft rentals. "SpiceJet Limited has today (March 23, 215) entered into......

UK, Ireland offer joint visa to Indian, Chinese tourists

Indian and Chinese tourists will soon be able to travel to the UK and Ireland on a single visa under a ‘ground-breaking’ scheme jointly announced by both countries to boost tourism.......

The commitment-phobes of B-Town

In her latest film Break Ke Baad, Deepika Padukone plays a girl who isn't looking for anything serious. Even her co-star Imran Khan played what was apparently an anti-romantic in I Hate Luv Storys......

Kajol: Motherhood is damn tiring!

Kajol is back to playing mom on screen in her latest film, We Are Family. While she may be excited about it, the real joy will come only in October when Kajol plays a mom once again, off screen!......

Now, Slumdog's Rubina's home razed

Even as Slumdog Millionaire's Ayush Mahesh Khedekar is holidaying at the ongoing Cannes Film Festival, his co-star Rubina Ali is facing the harsh realities of life back home. Rubina's house in......

Why Prakash Mehra wanted Charles Bronson

Filmmaker Prakash Mehra was dead serious about making an international film. "I can think of only one man who will be in the lead," he had said in a New York hotel suite about 15 years ago. Mehra,......

Jayawardene, Afridi will be most experienced players at 2015 World Cup

Australia and Ireland submit provisional squad for the tournament Down Under, but do not release names. The UAE's Khurram Khan, at 43, will be the oldest player (born 21 June 1971) while Yodhin......

Silly Point: Watch out for pink-haired demolisher!

Manu Shankar and Abhishek Mande cheer for Ireland and look forward to the India-Ireland match. How has the England-Ireland match changed the rules of the India-Ireland game this......

The day I stop enjoying pressure I will quit: Sania

Sania Mirza heralded the rise of women's tennis in India in the 21st century. Now, she is worried about what the future holds for the game in the country. India's No 1 women's player is concerned......

'Bowling in short spells has worked for me'

Since making a smashing entry into international cricket at the ICC knock-out tournament in 2000, Zaheer Khan's career witnessed a few swings. A string of consistent performances early on and he......

Tharanga ton helps Lanka qualify

Scorecard | ImagesIn-form opener Upul Tharanga's second consecutive hundred guided Sri Lanka to a 144-run victory over Zimbabwe and a qualifiers' slot in the main rounds of the Champions Trophy on......
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Greece's first woman PM

Vassiliki Thanou: Greece's top Supreme Court judge, Vassiliki Thanou, has been appointed caretaker prime minister with elections due next month.... ...

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From lepers to art lovers, an ever-changing Brussels district

BRUSSELS Once the last refuge of lepers and criminals, one of Brussels' quirkiest neighbourhoods teems with vintage furniture sellers, flea markets... ...

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Swiss expect to decide on FIFA extraditions in September

BERNE Swiss authorities expect to decide in September whether to extradite six soccer officials to face corruption charges in the United States, a... ...

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getTV Adds Rare TV Series 'Nichols,' 'Hondo' And 'A Man Called Shenandoah' To Saturday Westerns Block Starting In September

From the Wires Channel will Air Mini-Marathon of One Series Each Week Starting Sept. 12 at 12 PM ET Aug. 24, 2015 01:30 PM CULVER CITY,... ...

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IRA may still be active despite N.Ireland peace deal - minister | Reuters

BELFAST The Irish Republican Army may still be active a decade after its public disbandment, a senior Northern Ireland official said on Friday, a... ...

http://m.firstpost.com/world/ira-may-still-be-active-despite-n-ireland-peace-deal-minister-reuters-2403124.html

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