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Rewind 2014: Odd PHOTOS from a mad, mad world

Shot in 2014, these images from across the globe tell that it is a crazy world out there! US singer Miley Cyrus performs at the O2 Arena in central London on May 6, 2014. Photograph: Olivia......

Indian history in Tokyo temple

The Renkoji Temple is a lot smaller than other grand Buddhist shrines in Japan. In front of the gate, in a very serene setting, is the bust of Netaji. Aseem Chhabra reports from Tokyo. On all my......

How diplomacy and poetry are linked

It is widely accepted that the greatest literature is born when cultures, civilizations or worldviews come together. This often happens in case of diplomat-poets who often find themselves in exotic......

World comes together to reflect on 9/11 attacks

From Tokyo to Sydney, the world came together with the United States to mourn the loss of nearly 3,000 people, who lost their lives exactly 10 years ago in the most fearful terror attack that......

26/11 on US Army's counter-terror illustration

The 26/11 Mumbai terror attack has been listed by the United States Army among 10 other such episodes in its detailed illustrative note on anti-terrorism prepared for its counter-terror officials.......

Chandilya's grand plans to make AirAsia top airline in India

Former model and entrepreneur Mittu Chandilya wants to make AirAsia India's leading airline. Does he have it in him?   Image: AirAsia India, CEO Mittu Chandilya (centre) with actors Shah Rukh......

Japan may pip China in high-speed rail race

A bullet train. Photograph: Kind Courtesy, Wikimedia Commons Superior technology and their experience in safety and signalling give Japanese firms an edge over the Chinese, who might have pitched......

China on track to develop Indian railways as Xi heads to South Asia

President Xi Jinping. Photograph: Jason Reed/Reuters China will pledge to invest billions of dollars in India's rail network during a visit by President Xi Jinping this week, bringing more than......

China set to pump billions of dollars in India

Cash-rich China is looking to outwit rival Japan by pledging to invest billions of dollars in India's railway, manufacturing and infrastructure projects during President Xi Jinping's maiden......

Bullet trains in India: Fast track to nowhere?

Nowhere in the world do bullet trains make money, though a lot of them make operational profits, much like the metros, which helps them run their service in an uninterrupted way, notes Bhupesh......

The monarch of madness

Ask any VCD salesperson for a mood-elevating movie experience and he will, in all probability, recommend a Mehmood film.When he didn't overstep the mark into risqu antics or drippy sentimentalism,......

Japan PM may attend Sochi Games, China says no plans to meet Xi

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe may attend the opening ceremony for the Sochi Winter Olympics, but China has ruled out any formal meeting with President Xi Jinping whose attendance at the Games......

Security tightened for Chicago marathon after Boston attack

Increased security will be in effect for Sunday's Chicago Marathon, the first major marathon staged in the United States since the tragic April bombing at the Boston race, organizers and police......

Nikpai wins Afghanistan's first Olympic medal

Rohullah Nikpai won Afghanistan's first medal at an Olympics on Wednesday, upsetting world flyweight champion Juan Antonio Ramos of Spain to take bronze in the men's 58-kg taekwondo......

Fischer heads for Iceland

Former world chess champion Bobby Fischer was released from detention in Japan on Thursday, allowing him to avoid deportation to the United States and head for Iceland, which has granted him......

Fischer stressed by long detention

Former world chess champion Bobby Fischer is stressed and angry about being detained in Japan, but his fiancee said on Tuesday she has no regrets about their relationship and hopes he will soon be......
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How to keep a tab on the Nehrus and Boses

History has an uncanny way of intruding into contemporary life and shaping our public conversation. A new controversy emerged recently over the... ...

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Recipe for excellence

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Fog Horn

Verbatim: Netaji And Indira What Jarnail Singh, Joint Secretary, PMO, told the Mukherjee Commission in an affidavit on November 29, 2000 File... ...

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Back to Basics

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Deadlock deepens over US military base relocation in Japan

TOKYO: Deadlock over the controversial relocation of a US military base in southern Japan deepened Friday when Prime Minister Shinzo Abe met the... ...

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