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Why buying a house is outrageously expensive

'For such prices you could get a place inside New York City and inside London.'Rs 7 crore is a million dollars and will bring you a handsome place in any city in the world.''The truly strange thing......

Modi's speech to be beamed live at New York's Times Square

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address to nearly 20,000 Indian-Americans in New York during his United States visit will be beamed live on the giant screens of the iconic Times Square. His speech......

Inside America's oldest Hindu temple

The Ganesha temple in Flushing, New York is buzzing with activity. A large number of devotees have been visiting the revered temple following the Maha Kumbhabhishekam ceremonies that began on July......

Obama's Afghan hope worries India

On March 8, US President Barack Obama had suggested to The New York Times that hope in Afghanistan lay in reaching out to the "moderate Taliban". For India's Ministry of External Affairs, this is......

Who tapped Amar Singh's phone?

Are the world's two largest democracies marching in lock step? On December 16, 2005 The New York Times broke the story that the US National Security Agency had been tapping gigantic swathes of the......

Here's the company of the future

"You have to love this sweet, satisfying machine," wrote David Pogue in his New York Times review of the Squeezebox. The sweet machine in question is a $300 device that lets audiophiles take......

Why the National Stock Exchange should not be listed

It could be a matter of concern that foreign shareholders of the NSE are registered in tax havens such as Mauritius and Cyprus, says Jaimini Bhagwati.      On 6 July 2016, the......

Sanjay Valvani, New York hedge fund exec found dead in apparent suicide

Prosecutors unveiled charges against Valvani alleging he fraudulently made $25 million by getting advance information about US Food and Drug Administration approvals of generic drug applications......

If Vijay Mallya was Thomas Flohr...

He'd be running a successful aviation business, says Anjuli Bhargava. Thomas Flohr (above, centre) is nothing like what I expected. After reading a piece on him and his multi-million-dollar Swiss......

Oswal vs Oswal: Another murky business family feud

This is the first time the fight is between mother and son.Both sides don't look in the mood to relent: Advisors and spin doctors have been hired, lawyers have been consulted.Bhupesh Bhandari and N......

Nicole shoots at the UN

For the first time, a thriller set in the United Nations is being filmed inside its headquarters in New York. Director Sydney Pollack is likely to use ambassadors in small roles to lend......

'I am a lot happier now'

Farhan Akhtar made a brilliant directorial debut with Dil Chahta Hai, way back in 2001.The film, which has become a cult flick of sorts, turns 15 this month.We celebrate the big moment with Aseem......

'I never give up'

'Like Stallone has his Rocky and Rambo, Matt Damon has his Bourne, Schwarzenegger has Terminator, John Abraham has his Force.' Powerful words from John Abraham.......

Delhi Belly, Nirbhaya, The Night Of: Poorna's awesome journey

'There are a lot of things to make the series The Night Of relevant.''The decision to make it -- not only South Asian, but Pakistani Muslim -- is intensively relevant with what's going on today.'......

'The new singers can't sing good'

'There were no singers like Lata, Kishore, Rafi or Mukesh. And until now, there is nobody.''Nobody with that kind of voice, nobody with that kind of brain to learn.''Not only to learn, but to......

Can Nadal carry Olympic boost into US Open?

IMAGE: Rafael Nadal of Spain hits a shot during a practice session prior to the start of the 2016 US Open. Photograph: Chris Trotman/Getty Images for USTA. Rafael Nadal was exhausted yet......

Muhammad Ali, 'the greatest', remembered as boxer who transcended sports

IMAGE: Fans of the late Muhammad Ali, the former world heavyweight boxing champion come to pay their respects at the Ali Center in Louisville, Kentucky. Photograph: John Sommers II/Reuters.......

Golfer Mickelson embroiled in trading scandal

Gambling debt, stock tip lead to $1 million settlement but no charges for golfer Phil Mickelson ‘Mickelson made money that wasn't his to make’ IMAGE: Phil Mickelson of the United......

All you need to know about Aus Open men's finalists Djokovic and Murray

Factbox on Serbia's Novak Djokovic and Great Britain’s Andy Murray who will contest his sixth Australian Open men's singles final on Sunday. NOVAK DJOKOVIC IMAGE: Serbia's Novak Djokovic......

Sania, Saina super show dominates 2015

2016 promises to be infinitely more exciting for the country's sportspersons IMAGE: Saina Nehwal in action. Photograph: Christopher Lee/Getty Images A phase of transition gripped India's......
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When Amitav Ghosh issues a warning, it's time to listen

'We know many things are going to happen.'People should be preparing for sea level rise, for increased cyclonic activity, for drought.''One reason... ...

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Can Nadal carry Olympic boost into US Open?

IMAGE: Rafael Nadal of Spain hits a shot during a practice session prior to the start of the 2016 US Open. Photograph: Chris Trotman/Getty Images... ...

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How the horror of war gets lost in the medias short compassion cycle

Few images have captured the peculiar horrors of the war in Syria more powerfully than the photograph and short video that emerged recently showing... ...

http://www.catchnews.com/international-news/how-the-horror-of-war-gets-lost-in-the-media-s-short-compassion-cycle-1472134169.html
The American who rescues Indian treasures!

'Cultural property crimes have been linked by the United Nations and others to terrorism.''These links show the perpetrators to be associated with... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/interview/the-american-who-rescues-indian-treasures/20160822.htm
Step-mother faces life-term for 9-year-old Indian-origin girl's murder

Pardas, who faces up to 25 years to life in prison if convicted, was ordered held without bail. New York: An Indian-origin woman faces 25 years to... ...

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