Feb

25

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Top US Official Told to Defer India Trip

Amid the ongoing trade spat, the government has advised deputy US trade representative Wendy Cutler to defer her planned trip to India.

Feb

24

2014

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Amnesty Seeks More Detail on Indian Deaths in Qatar

Human rights group Amnesty International has urged India to give "more transparent information" about the deaths of Indian workers in Qatar, the host nation for the 2022 World Cup.

Feb

24

2014

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Indian Officials Decline to Meet US Federal Agency

Toughening its stand against the US, Indian government has decided not to meet the officials of the USITC, a federal American agency.

Feb

19

2014

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Italy Recalls Ambassador From India

Marines' case: Italy protests delay in court, summons ambassador to Rome for consultations

Feb

19

2014

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Why the U.S. And India Aren’t Allies

The US has learned – maybe with some surprise – that India is not prepared to become an obedient ally.

Feb

18

2014

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How Chidambaram, UPA Have Turned India Into a Ponzi Scheme

The Congress led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government has turned India into a big Ponzi scheme.

Feb

18

2014

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US Sikh Group Challenges Congress Party Plea

US Sikh human rights group has challenged a motion filed by India's Congress party for dismissing of a human rights violation case relating to the 1984 anti-Sikh violence.

Feb

17

2014

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India's Anti-corruption Party Names Poll Candidates

India's new anti-corruption party has said it will fight the forthcoming general elections just days after its leader quit as Delhi chief minister.

Feb

17

2014

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US Mission Can’t Sell Duty-free Alcohol to Embassies

This is a strict step to stop ACSA’s “commercial activities and misuse of diplomatic privileges.

Feb

17

2014

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Pakistan Stops Issuing NOCs For Indian Films

Pakistan has now stopped issuing No Objection Certificates for the release of Indian films in the country.

Feb

14

2014

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Back to Aam Aadmi. Arvind Kejriwal Quits as Delhi Chief Minister

He has resigned after his push for the anti-corruption Jan Lokpal Bill was blocked in the state legislature by law-makers from the Congress and the BJP.

Feb

14

2014

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Meet Obama’s Controversial Surgeon General Nominee

While Murthy is unquestionably accomplished, there is one major gap in his résumé: He has never served as a traditional doctor.

Feb

13

2014

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Delhi CM Kejriwal May Resign Today

With the tabling of the jan lokpal bill in the Delhi assembly on Thursday looking highly unlikely, chief minister Arvind Kejriwal may make good his threat to resign.

Feb

13

2014

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Barack Obama's Dinner For PM Manmohan Singh Most Expensive

US President Barack Obama has spent a whopping $1.55 million on five of his state dinner since 2009.

Feb

11

2014

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India’s Handling of Marines Can Damage Ties With EU

Italy warned that India's relations with the European Union would be seriously damaged if New Delhi decides to use strict anti-piracy laws to try two Italian marines accused of killing two fishermen.

Feb

10

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US Trade Office to Announce New Enforcement Action linked to India

The US trade representative will announce a trade enforcement action tied to India,a move that could further rile relations.

Feb

10

2014

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Choppy First Ride Home For India's Largest Warship

India’s largest and most-expensive warship, the INS Vikramaditya, faced embarrassing glitches during its home-bound voyage from the north Russian shipyard

Feb

10

2014

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US Diplomat in Mumbai Pays his Filipina Maid Less Than $3 Per Hour

India and the US still seem locked in a battle for righteousness over the Khobragade issue

Feb

07

2014

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For India Inc, Gujarat Model is More Fact Than Fiction

Within the larger states, Gujarat stood out in the survey results as the state with the most satisfied entrepreneurs.

Feb

06

2014

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India Warns US of Consequences on Visa Reform

India has warned the United States of consequences for its companies if lawmakers tighten visa rules on high-tech firms as part of an immigration overhaul.

Feb

05

2014

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Britain Says India Did Not Follow Its Advice in 1984 Army Raid

Britain sent a military officer to advise India before Indian forces stormed the Golden Temple in Amritsar in 1984

Feb

05

2014

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Telangana: India Parliament Uproar Over New State

There has been uproar in the Indian parliament over a controversial bill to approve the new state of Telangana in southern India.

Feb

04

2014

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Will AAP Make a National Impact?

Media are weighing the chances of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) making a lasting impact on the national political scene in India

Feb

03

2014

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US Prosecutors Says Devyani Khobragade Enjoys No Immunity

Devyani Khobragade, the Indian diplomat whose December arrest led to a major international dispute, holds no immunity from US prosecution

Feb

03

2014

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US Immigration System Completely Backward

Describing the current US immigration system as "completely backwards", Indian-American Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal said the country needs a system of "high walls and a broad gate".

Jan

30

2014

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Did Mahatma Gandhi See His Death Coming

Did Mahatma Gandhi have a premonition of his death just hours before he was shot at by Nathuram Godse

Jan

28

2014

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3 Things We Learned About Rahul From His Interview

Rahul Gandhi probably has more nicknames to his credit than Sushilkumar Shinde has had blonde moments in his political career.

Jan

27

2014

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Indians a Rising Force in California Politics

When Neel Kashkari announced he was running for governor last week, he became the latest Californian of Indian descent to step onto the political stage.

Jan

24

2014

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The Souring of Social Media Star Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi's Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has built up significant support using Twitter and Facebook - but he's now facing some sharp criticism on social media.

Jan

23

2014

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AAP vs Congress: Next Face-off Over CWG, Jal Board Scams

On AAP's part, it will set at rest all the talk about AAP being soft on Congress now that it had come to office with its unconditional support.

Jan

22

2014

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Indian Diplomats in US Face Lifestyle Choices

Indian diplomats in the United States are in a fix. Either they begin paying their domestic helps as per US laws or adapt to a new lifestyle -

Jan

22

2014

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India's Arvind Kejriwal's Anarchic Politics

More than 60 years ago, BR Ambedkar, Dalit icon and one of India's greatest thinkers, spoke eloquently about the futility of the "grammar of anarchy".

Jan

22

2014

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Investigation Ordered Into Death of Shashi Tharoor's Wife

The Delhi Police has been ordered to determine whether the death of Sunanda Pushkar Tharoor was accidental, a suicide, or murder.

Jan

22

2014

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Indian American Bailout Boss Running For California Governor

Indian American Neel Kashkari on Tuesday finally confirmed rumours swirling about for months and announced he was running for the Republican ticket for governor of California.

Jan

22

2014

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Emergency-hit Bangkok Off Indian Itinerary

Political unrest in Thailand has forced Indian tourists to either cancel trips to the south east Asian country or drop Bangkok from their itinerary

Jan

21

2014

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Kejriwal Shuts Down the City: Foreign Media

This city's most vocal protest leader once again shut down the heart of downtown,

Jan

21

2014

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Delhi’s Leader Holds Protest Over Police

This city’s most vocal protest leader once again shut down the heart of downtown, snarling traffic for tens of thousands while he and his supporters shouted slogans denouncing police corruption.

Jan

21

2014

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The Wife of Shashi Tharoor Died of Drug Overdose

The wife of a prominent Indian politician, who accused her husband of cheating, died of a drug overdose, according to local media reports.

Jan

17

2014

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School in India Ensnared in U.S. Diplomatic Spat

A handout for new teachers at this city’s exclusive American Embassy School offers some unusual guidance to female teachers whose husbands will also be teaching at the school.

Jan

17

2014

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Golden Temple SAS Claims Overlooked in India

Claims that Britain's Special Air Service regiment may have its fingerprints on the bloody storming of the Sikh Golden Temple 30 years ago have been getting a lot more attention back in the UK than here in India.

Jan

17

2014

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Angry Wife Outs Indian Minister’s Affair on Twitter

India’s top-tweeting minister scrambled to save his career Thursday after his wife exposed his alleged adultery on Twitter and revived a cricket scandal that led him to resign from cabinet in 2010.

Jan

17

2014

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Obama Nominates Indian-American to Key Post

US President Barack Obama has nominated Indian-American businesswoman Shamina Singh to a key administration post.

Jan

17

2014

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US Embassy School Under Scanner for Visa, Tax Violations

The elite American Embassy school here is under scanner for suspected violations of tax laws and visa status of some of its staff.

Jan

17

2014

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Honeymoon Threatens to be Brief for Anti-graft Party AAP

From a rally that nearly ended in a stampede, to a rebellious lawmaker and a minister openly duelling police over drug gangs, the honeymoon could be short-lived

Jan

15

2014

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Indian Sikhs Demand probe into British claims in Operation Bluestar

Outraged Sikh organisations and leadersdemanded a thorough probe into reports that the British government colluded with former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi over Operation Blue Star.

Jan

15

2014

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Why the Arvind Kejriwal Effect is Growing

In his first two weeks in office, the new broom sweeping through Indian politics seems to be proving the old rule that if everyone's attacking you, you must be doing something right.

Jan

15

2014

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US Returns Stolen Artifacts to India In Wake of Nannygate

The sculpture and two others – a 600-pounder called “Vishnu and Parvati” and a depiction of a Buddhist “Bodhisattva” or enlightened being – were swiped from the Gadgach Temple in Rajasthan, India, in 2009.

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