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Bhutan Army smashes 19 Indian insurgent camps

Bhutanese armed forces continued to pound the Indian insurgents in the Himalayan Kingdom for the fifth day on Friday demolishing 19 of their 30 camps. There were reports of octogenarian United......

Get your mats out: UN to declare June 21 as World Yoga Day

In a proud moment for India, the United Nations General Assembly will declare June 21 as International Day of Yoga. World International Yogay Day would be used to spread awareness about the......

India, Pak vote against UNGA resolution on nuclear weapons

India, along with the United States and Pakistan, has voted against a provision in a United nations resolution calling on to ‘promptly’ accede to the Non-Proliferation Treaty as......

President Mukherjee hails 'most memorable' Bhutan visit

Terming his just-concluded state visit to Bhutan as very successful and his "most memorable", President Pranab Mukherjee hoped that bilateral relations between the two countries would continue to......

'China is investing in Modi's ego'

'The Modi-Xi and Modi-Obama meetings, within an interval of just 12 days, are juxtaposed superbly at a crucial point in the prime minister's life.' 'Can Modi carve out a win-win situation with the......

Ease of doing business: India ranks worse than Pakistan

Image: Wipro Chairman Azim Premji (R), Infosys co-founder N R Narayana Murthy (2nd R), Mukesh Ambani (C), chairman of Reliance Industries, Rahul Bajaj , chairman of the Bajaj Group. Photographs:......

India 'cements' Bhutan's gross national happiness

Everybody needs good neighbours. And one doesn't need US President Barack Obama to tell us that. In yet another instance of proactive economic diplomacy with Bhutan, a consortium of Indian......

RCom plans to offer broadband in Bhutan

In increasing instances of Indian companies looking at offering services beyond the country's shore, private telecom major Reliance Communications (RCom) is planning to offer Internet services in......

DLF buys into chain of luxury hotels

DLF, India's largest listed property developer, has bought one of the world's premium hotel chains in the latest move by the country's companies to extend their overseas acquisition drive to......

India's Bhutan power project exceeds expectations

India may be suffering from acute power problems. But it has addressed the power shortage in neighbouring Bhutan with the Tala hydroelectric project exceeding the power generation forecast. The......

Sport can improve relations: Pakistan football skipper

Captain of the Pakistan football team, Jaffar Khan is certain that resumption of sporting ties between India and Pakistan will go a long way in improving the strained relations between the two......

Germany have their revenge, finally

Claude Arpi captures the fan's passion for football in an ongoing e-mail exchange with Ivan Crasto, Rediff.com's Sports Editor. Read Claude's first e-mail hereYou can find his second e-mail hereAnd......

Reena in pre-quarters, Sumangala out

Indian women had mixed fortunes in the individual archery competition, with Reena Kumari advancing to the pre-quarter-finals and Sumangala Sharma biting the dust at the Olympic Games in Athens on......

S.Koreans on form in archery

South Korea's women archers mastered trying conditions in the individual competition on Sunday when the Olympics returned to the venue of the first modern Games in 1896. Rising to the historic......
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A quarter of countries that responded to a WHO survey have national plans to preserve antimicrobial medicines like antibiotics, but many more... ...

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High altitude lifts Bhutan`s World Cup hopes

Bhutan`s amateurs are hoping the dizzying altitude of their Himalayan home games will give them an edge as they look to extend their World Cup... ...

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Monsoon could add to the problems of rescue and relief in Nepal

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