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Tulsi's Journey From War Zone to US Congress

Gabbard, one of the first two female combat veterans and first Hindu member in the US Congress, volunteered to join the military.

Dec

19

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Mumbai Attacks Mastermind Bailed in Pakistan

A man accused of masterminding the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks has been granted bail by a court in Pakistan.

Dec

18

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US Senate Confirms Amit Mehta As Federal Judge

Indian-American Amit Priyavadan Mehta has been confirmed by the US Senate as a federal judge in the District of Columbia, becoming the first Asian Pacific American to occupy this important position.

Dec

18

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Italy Recalls Envoy to India

Italian Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni told parliamentarians this did not mean Italy wished to cut diplomatic ties with New Delhi.

Dec

17

2014

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Intoxicating Freedom

For just over 14 years Goa, India's smallest state, remained under Portuguese rule despite the rest of India having won independence from the British in 1947.

Dec

17

2014

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Vivek Murthy: Meet USA’s New Surgeon General

The US Senate confirmed President Obama's nominee for surgeon general, ending a long fight over gun control and politics that had left the country without a permanent top doctor for a year and a half.

Dec

16

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The Conch On The Khadi

The Gandhi centres are now run as legacies, and then there’s the covert saffronisation bid

Dec

16

2014

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Sydney Cafe Siege Indians Safe

Two Indians who were taken hostage in a cafe by a gunman in Sydney, Australia, are safe, India's foreign minister Sushma Swaraj has tweeted.

Dec

16

2014

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Where do Indian Muslims Come From

In embracing this colonial interpretation, the Sangh has been inspired to convince or compel people to accept the myth that the past of Hinduism was not only glorious but also perfect and incomparable.

Dec

16

2014

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Supreme Court Denies Pleas of Italian Marines

The Supreme Court (SC) dismissed the plea of two Italian marines, demanding a further relaxation of their bail conditions.

Dec

15

2014

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Entering Politics Was a Mistake, Says Amitabh Bachchan

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan says entering politics was a mistake, and he will never again repeat the mistake.

Dec

15

2014

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A Legendary Witness to History in India House

After India’s independence, several British citizens were employed in the high commission, but today Travis is the only Briton left.

Dec

15

2014

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US Senate to Vote for PIO as Surgeon General

Democrats in the US are using their lame-duck majority to vote for an Indian-American physician as the next surgeon general before ceding control of the Senate.

Dec

15

2014

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US Does a U-turn, Lauds India's IPR

Obama administration content with Modi govt taking 'baby steps' to improving country's weak IPR laws

Dec

12

2014

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US Troubled by Reports of Crimean Leader's India Visit

The United States is "troubled" by the reports of the 'Head of the Republic of Crimea' accompanying Russian President Vladimir Putin to India.

Dec

11

2014

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Sikhs in Canadian Province Quit Liberal Party

A large group of Sikhs in the Canadian province of British Columbia quit the Liberal Party of Canada to protest the nomination of a party candidate backed by the World Sikh Organisation

Dec

11

2014

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Modi Welcomes Putin to India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomed Russian President Vladimir Putin on his arrival in India, saying he looks forward to a "productive visit that will take India-Russia ties to newer heights".

Dec

10

2014

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Putin to Visit India to Boost Ties

Russian President Seeks to Deepen Commercial Relations to Offset Western Sanctions.

Dec

10

2014

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US Approves Verma as India Envoy

The US Senate has unanimously approved Richard Verma as the new US ambassador to India, the first Indian-American to step into that role.

Dec

10

2014

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Barracuda - the First Warship India Will Export

Coast Guard Ship Barracuda - a 75 ft by 15 ft vessel which can house 20-odd sailors - may be a small by warship standards, but it is a great leap for India.

Dec

09

2014

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Bold Modi Tackles Muslim Kashmir Head on

A Hindu nationalist prime minister of India addressing a big election rally in Muslim majority Kashmir, the most troubled and disaffected corner of his nation.

Dec

08

2014

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Rahul Verma May Take up Obama's Responsibilities

Richard Rahul Verma, US ambassador-designate to India, may take up his responsibilities in Delhi ahead of schedule, with President Barack Obama due to visit the country in January

Dec

08

2014

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Can The Make In India Promise Work

The campaign, which focuses on the manufacturing sector, is not going to be easy to deliver.

Dec

04

2014

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Modi at Second Spot in Time's Person of the Year Poll

PM Narendra Modi has slipped to the second place in the Time magazine's 'Person of the Year' poll with the Ferguson protesters surging ahead of him

Dec

04

2014

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What About Visas for Indians

Even as the Narendra Modi government seems to be moving full steam ahead in implementing reform that will benefit foreigners visiting India, for many Indians, these countries cannot take reciprocal steps soon enough.

Dec

04

2014

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Massive Security Cover at R-Day for Obama, Modi

Security agencies of the US and India are bracing for one of their biggest challenges when US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi share the dais this Republic Day.

Dec

03

2014

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Common Sense Comes to India

The new policy is far from perfect, but it's a step in the right direction and one that travellers should applaud.

Nov

28

2014

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Delhi Media Gossip Sets Indian Twitter Abuzz

Unverified Twitter accounts like "Lutyens' Spice", "Lutyens Masala" are dishing out a good dose of gossip and rumours about Delhi's politicians, journalists and businessmen.

Nov

27

2014

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The Queen’s White House

The current unpopularity of Indira Gandhi’s family isn’t reflected in the crowds at her residence.

Nov

27

2014

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Why is PMs Wife Trying to Shake Off Her Security Detail

Narendra Modi’s estranged wife Jashodaben has been thrust into the spotlight after years of speculation about her existence.

Nov

25

2014

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Andhra Pradesh Capital to Give Capitol Hill a Run For Its Money

In a grand plan that promises to give Washington's famed Capitol Hill a run for its money, the camp office-cum-residence of Andhra Pradesh chief minister is being proposed along the banks of river Krishna.

Nov

24

2014

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Talks to Forge Closer US Ties

India and the US are looking to iron out their differences at their Trade Policy Forum meet.

Nov

22

2014

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Obama Phones Pakistan PM After Announcing India Trip

The mollifying phone call is ostensibly aimed at assuaging any feelings of hurt or pique in Islamabad.

Nov

20

2014

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Only Indian American in US Congress, Wins Close Race

Ami Bera, the only Indian American in US congress, survived a perilously close electoral contest to win a second term.

Nov

18

2014

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U.S.-China Climate Deal Puts India in Spotlight

Deal to Limit Greenhouse-Gas Emissions Begs Question: Could India Be Next to Set Targets?

Nov

18

2014

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How Does NaMo Compare With Nero

Internal rebellion against both men failed. Against NaMo it was led by his mentor Keshubhai. And Nero blamed his mentor Seneca.

Nov

17

2014

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The Nehru-Gandhi Dynasty

The Indian National Congress party led India’s freedom movement and has held power for much of the nation’s history

Nov

17

2014

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Modi Moves Like Jagger

Narendra Modi takes center stage today at the same Sydney arena where The Rolling Stones played to sell-out crowds last week.

Nov

14

2014

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Big Diplomatic Victory

India rejoices as US takes a u-turn on WTO; Washington backs stand on food security

Nov

14

2014

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Australia: QUT Shows Wrong Map of India

Kashmir missing from Indian map at a university event for Modi in Australia

Nov

13

2014

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Could a U.S.-India Climate Deal Be Next

As Mr. Modi’s visit to the U.S. put bilateral relations on an upward trajectory, here’s hoping for even better things on climate diplomacy.

Nov

13

2014

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Are Gujarat's Toilet Politics Democratic

Is banning a person from contesting for public office if he or she does not have a toilet at home a good idea?

Nov

13

2014

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Modi's Leadership Has Generated Excitement in Australian Business

Modi is the first Indian prime minister to visit Australia since Rajiv Gandhi and Bob Hawke struck a chord 28 years ago.

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