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Manmohan turned back from Parliament gates
New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was not allowed to pass through the Parliament House compound one day in August because of a turf war between Delhi police and Parliament Security Staff.
US throws water over Indian hopes for UNSC seat
Washington/ New York: The US has cautioned against expecting any breakthrough \"anytime soon\" on the UN Security Council reforms, dampening India\'s hopes for a permanent seat just a week after
IIT Kanpur girl commits suicide
A final year engineering student of the premiere Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur (IIT-K), Wednesday committed suicide in her hostel room on the campus, police said.
10 great reasons to leave India
Filmmaker Kamal Hassan’s stance on his film Vishwaroopam has changed to enable its commercial release this week in Tamil Nadu. But the thought of Citizen Kamal Hassan – of wanting to leave
Minister asked for Rs 15 crores as bribe: Ratan Tata
Tata Group Chairman Ratan Tata on Monday made an astonishing disclosure that a Union Minister had asked his company for a bribe of Rs 15 crores when he was in the process of setting up a
Ramdev alleges rape attempts during police crackdown
In startling revelations days after the June 4 crackdown on his camp at tge Ramlila ground, yoga guru Baba Ramdev alleged Sunday there were attempts to rape the women during the midnight raid and that
Indian-American student denies streaming sex video
New York: The lawyer of 18-year-old Dharun Ravi has denied that the Indian American student streamed live feed of his gay roommate having sex, which is believed to be the cause of his suicide. The
Delhi gang-rape: Clients innocent, rape victim not 'respectable', says lawyer
New Delhi: Three of the suspects in the brutal rape and killing of a young woman on a New Delhi bus will plead not guilty, their lawyer said Thursday, hinting that police had tampered with evidence in
DU student gangraped, one arrested
New Delhi: A Delhi University student was raped allegedly by five men, including an auto-driver, in east Delhi, police said on Wednesday. The incident took place on November 3 when the 19-year-old
PM condoles death of Deshmukh
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Monday condoled the death of B.G. Deshmukh, former cabinet secretary and principal secretary to the prime minister.
Ahead of Anna fast, US hopes India will exercise restraint
Washington: Days before the proposed fast against corruption by social activist Anna Hazare on August 16, the US said it hoped that India would exercise democratic restraint in dealing with peaceful
Inside the raid that killed bin Laden
Washington: Helicopters descended out of darkness on the most important counter-terrorism mission in US history. It was an operation so secret, only a select few US officials knew what was about to
Obama visit: It's still bouquets for Pak & brickbats for India
There has been a tremendous amount of euphoria generated by US President Barack Obama\'s recent presence in India. But people expecting a sea change in Indo-US ties due to the state visit are likely to
Osama was hooked to 'herbal Viagra', claims wife
Islamabad: Osama bin Laden\'s fifth wife has claimed that the killed al-Qaeda leader was not on kidney dialysis, but used to take Viagra during his stay in his Pakistani compound. Insisting that bin
Nigerian athletes go gaga over Indian medical services
Gurgaon: Nigerian athletes Helen Okus and Amas Daniel are going home with much more than just memories of the 2010 Commonwealth Games (CWG). Both had to undergo surgery in a hospital here and can\'t
Porn stash found at bin Laden compound
Washington: A sizeable stash of pornography was among the items seized when U.S. Navy SEALs raided the Pakistani hideout of Osama bin Laden, almost two weeks ago, U.S. officials say.The officials said
A 10-floor building constructed in just 48 hours!
Mohali (Punjab): It was a promise delivered floor by floor. In just 48 hours, an entrepreneur has constructed a 10-floor building in this suburban town in Punjab. The red and grey facade building,
Have a boy! How US hospitals are courting Indians
\"Have a Boy, Have a Girl Guaranteed!\" read a three-column advertisement in an old edition of the newsweekly IndiaWest, I came across recently. I\'d heard about these ads. Similar ones often turn
Woman allegedly gang-raped, murdered, body hung from tree
Bhagalpur: In a grim reminder of the horrific Delhi rape case, a woman who got down from a Delhi-bound train in Bhagalpur district was allegedly gang-raped, killed and her body hung from a tree in a
Yashwant, 2 other BJP MPs offer to quit
New Delhi: Accusing the party of not taking up seriously enough the issue of corruption, three BJP leaders including Yashwant Sinha today offered to quit as Members of Parliament. Besides Yashwant
Wife, lover arrested for husband's murder
A married woman and her lover were arrested Monday for murdering her husband, police said.
More treasures found at Sai Baba's chamber
Puttaparthi: More treasures were found today as an inventory being made of articles inside the Poornachandra Chamber, one of the personal chambers of the late Sathya Sai Baba in Yajur Mandir,
Woman raped by friend made on internet
A 25-year-old divorced woman was raped and blackmailed by a man who had befriended her on the internet, police said Sunday. The man has been arrested along with his accomplice.
Growing UK ire against aid to India
London: Amidst sever public funding cuts and job losses in the UK, public criticism is growing against the David Cameron government\'s decision to continue aid to an increasingly economically
'Eighth wonder of the world' found under a New Zealand lake
Wellington: New Zealand\'s first tourist attraction, dubbed the \"eighth wonder of the world\" by international travellers in the late 19th century, has been rediscovered 125 years after it was buried
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