Aug

10

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PR Triumph

Did Indian PM's team spin the 'foster son' story?

Aug

10

2014

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Don't see China as India's Rival

The US today said India does not need to choose between its ties with Washington and China and should avoid seeing Beijing as a rival.

Aug

08

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Indian-Origin Jewellery Tycoon Member of House of Lords

Indian-origin jewellery tycoon Ranbir Singh Suri, who had donated 312,000 pounds to the Conservative Party, will be made one of the new peers in the British House of Lords.

Aug

08

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India Offers to Buy More US Helicopters

India has offered to increase an order for US Apache helicopters to drive down costs as the two sides race to close a $1.4bn deal

Aug

07

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Did Indian PM's Team Spin the Foster Son' Story

It all began with a series of tweets by Narendra Modi on the eve of his recent official trip to Nepal, the first by an Indian premier in 17 years.

Aug

07

2014

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Government May Strip Saif's Padma Shri Award

Government is examining a demand for taking back the Padma Shri award conferred on Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan in the wake of a Mumbai court framing charges against him.

Aug

07

2014

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Sikh Group to Challenge Lifting of US Ban on Modi

A Sikh rights group has filed a request under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) seeking documents relating to the Obama administration’s decision to invite Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Aug

06

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Indian Offers Biryani Comfort to Israeli Troops

An Indian woman known as the curry queen of Israel won over the hearts — and stomachs — of Israeli soldiers fighting in Gaza with a plate of aromatic chicken biryani.

Aug

06

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Is India Becoming the Next US Outpost

Despite the fact United States has been a friend of Pakistan for six decades, its showering of unusual favors to Islamabad’s arch-rival Delhi seems strange

Aug

05

2014

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44 Kerala Nurses Return Home From Strife-torn Libya

The nurses were brought by bus from Tunisia to Dubai where they boarded a scheduled Emirates flight to Kochi.

Aug

05

2014

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Dad Faced a Lot of Resistance From Within Congress

PM's daughter Daman Singh has sprung to her father's defence with her own book, "Strictly Personal, Manmohan and Gursharan".

Aug

04

2014

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Too Many Irritants in India-US Ties

US Secretary of State John Kerry has used a meeting with India's new prime minister, Narendra Modi, to raise concerns about India's refusal to sign a global trade deal.

Aug

04

2014

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High Marks for Modi

Nepal Enthralled by Visit of India's Prime Minister, Who Hits 'the Right Notes'

Aug

03

2014

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US Set to Woo India With Classified Info, Intel Swap

the United States has offered to create institutionalised links between its military intelligence and India’s

Aug

03

2014

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Modi Sends Advani, BJP Old Guard Into Exile

In the Hindu way of life, old age entails exile from home and hearth.

Aug

01

2014

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Some Part of Sonia Gandhi is Not Indian

Gandhi’s behaviour "towards a person who had been loyal to the family for 45 years and one who had been close to her" showed the “ruthless side” of her.

Jul

31

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US Quotes Modi to Woo Modi

The three-day visit is also aimed at building bridges with the new government led by a man Washington abhorred for nearly a decade.

Jul

31

2014

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Lessons From India’s Stand at The WTO

Is India playing spoilsport? No, it is not. It has genuine concerns about the large number of poor in the country.

Jul

31

2014

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John Kerry Eyes Trade Boost With India

John Kerry's visit is expected to pave the way for Mr Modi's trip to the US in September.

Jul

31

2014

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The Indian-American Finger on US Nuclear Button

It has emerged that an Indian-American finger is on the US nuclear launch button, illustrating Washington's vote of confidence in the country's diversity.

Jul

30

2014

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Identity Crisis

US Representative Curt Clawson mistook two senior US officials testifying at a congressional hearing for representatives of the government of India.

Jul

30

2014

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India’s Chinese Dream

India’s leaders must develop a comprehensive plan to eliminate barriers to economic competitiveness

Jul

29

2014

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India Asks its Nationals to Leave Libya

India's mission in Tripoli on Monday advised all its nationals to leave the strife-torn country using all available means and not to travel to that country.

Jul

28

2014

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John Kerry to Woo India

US Secretary of State John Kerry visits India this week as Washington tries to revitalize ties it sees as a counterbalance to China's rising powe

Jul

25

2014

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Trade Disputes with US: India Must Hold its Ground

As India and the US begin their reengagement after a period of disquiet with a new round of their strategic dialogue, it is important to have a real conversation about the simmering trade disputes.

Jul

23

2014

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People’s Republic of Flagistan

A new landmark in the heart of the Capital marks the gradual transformation of the place

Jul

22

2014

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India Keeps World Guessing

India will firm up its position regarding a landmark global trade pact shortly before a Thursday deadline, a senior official said on Monday

Jul

22

2014

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India Refuses Visa to UN Team Probing Sri Lanka

India and four other South Asian countries have united in expressing objection to the UN probe.

Jul

22

2014

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Russia to Build Gas Pipeline for India

-A Russian gas pipeline along its southern border to India may be among the largest projects of its kind in history

Jul

21

2014

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Return of Arvind Kejriwal

The feeling that a solid opposition to the present government is missing, both in and out of Parliament, is being constantly stoked.

Jul

21

2014

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Parliament Uproar Over Judiciary Corruption

There has been uproar in the Indian parliament over a former Supreme Court judge's allegations of corruption in the judiciary.

Jul

21

2014

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Sushma Exhorts NRIs to Assist in India's progress

She expressed hope that with its strong initiatives, the current government would regain India's global position.

Jul

17

2014

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Can India Counter China’s Ambitions

New Development Bank approved at Brazil summit may pose challenge to World Bank, IMF but it’s emerging that India is playing second fiddle to China

Jul

17

2014

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US Senate Grills Official For Strategic Uncertainty Over India

US President Barack Obama’s India policy, or the lack of it, came under withering attack at a Senate hearing on Wednesday in the run up to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's upcoming visit to Washington.

Jul

16

2014

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BRICS Development Bank Launched, First President From India

Leaders of the BRICS group of emerging powers on Tuesday created a Shanghai-based development bank and a reserve fund seen as counterweights to Western-led financial institutions.

Jul

15

2014

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US Loses Trade Spat to China, India

The World Trade Organisation (WTO) has found the United States violated global trade rules when it imposed tariffs on products from China and India.

Jul

15

2014

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Indians Put US Ahead of Russia, Japan

India and the United States may have their differences, but half of all Indians see the US as their country’s “most dependable future ally

Jul

14

2014

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Dilip Kumar's Pakistan Home a Heritage Site

Media in India are praising Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's decision to declare legendary Bollywood actor Dilip Kumar's ancestral home as a national heritage site.

Jul

14

2014

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Gandhi Statue Set For Westminster

A statue of the Indian political leader Mahatma Gandhi is to be erected opposite the Houses of Parliament.

Jul

11

2014

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Criticism of Iron Man of India Statue Captivates Twitter

The decision to budget 2 billion rupees to build a colossal statue of one of the nation’s founders has come under criticism by people.

Jul

10

2014

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India Unveils Budget For Growth

India's new government is lifting some caps on foreign investment, tightening borrowing limits and plans to introduce a goods and services tax as part of what it calls a "budget for growth".

Jul

07

2014

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UK Ministers Start India Visit

Britain's Chancellor George Osborne and Foreign Secretary William Hague will begin a two-day trip to India on Monday.

Jul

07

2014

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The Forgotten  Frontier

India’s contribution to the Allied war effort is nowhere more evident than in Britain’s greatest battle, fought in Imphal and Kohima

Jul

07

2014

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This Time For Africa: Shy India Must Woo This Continent

With democracy taking root in Africa like never before, India must step up engagement with the continent.

Jul

07

2014

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Islamic Law Holds No Legal Sway in India

Islamic courts have no legal authority in India, the country's Supreme Court ruled Monday, saying Muslims cannot be legally subject to a parallel religious authority.

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