May

13

2013

0
Comments

India Media Hail Nawaz Sharif's Pakistan Poll Win

India's media has hailed former Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif's win in general elections and said it was good for the peace process with India.

May

10

2013

0
Comments

Narendra Modi to Address Indians in 18 US Cities

Still a persona non grata in the US, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi is again set to talk to the Indian community in 18 cities in North America via satellite from state capital of Gandhinagar Sunday.

May

10

2013

0
Comments

How the Sarabjit-Sanaullah Episode Diminishes India

This episode shows that for all of India’s attempts to project itself as an emerging global powerit is unable to break out of its hyphenated relationship with Pakistan.

May

08

2013

0
Comments

Congress to Form Govt in Karnataka

Karnataka has delivered an unambiguous verdict. The Congress will form the next government and will not need help.

May

08

2013

0
Comments

US is the Real Hacking Empire, Says China After Pentagon Report

China on Wednesday accused the United States of sowing discord between China and its neighbours.

May

07

2013

0
Comments

Border Crisis Ends

China’s PLA has sent out a simple message by its occupation of territory lying inside India: it promises quiet if India backs off building-up on the borders. India fears the quiet could precede an unpleasant awakening.

May

07

2013

0
Comments

Intelligence Alert Over Terror Attack on US Consulate in Mumbai

The Western Naval command headquarters has alerted the city police about the threat of a bomb attack on the US consulate here on July 21.

May

06

2013

0
Comments

China Ends Ladakh Standoff, Troops Pull Back

Deepened diplomatic engagement with China finally ended the 21-day border standoff in eastern Ladakh

May

06

2013

0
Comments

A Blot on the Indian Diaspora

The saga of the Gupta family in South Africa resonates with the enchanting flourishes of a fairy-tale.

May

03

2013

0
Comments

State Funeral for Sarabjit

The Punjab government has declared Sarabjit a martyr and he will be given a state funeral at 2 pm.

May

02

2013

0
Comments

Can India Ever Shed its Soft State Image

The Chinese intrusion into Depsang Bulge in East Ladakh, approximately 19 km inside our perception of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) on April 15, has brought back Indian diplomatic and defence establishment's worst fears out in the open.

May

01

2013

0
Comments

India, China Third Flag Meet Fails but Hope Floats

A third flag meeting between Indian and Chinese commanders in eastern Ladakh did not yield any immediate result, but diplomatic and defence sources said efforts were moving in the right direction to resolve the issue.

May

01

2013

0
Comments

US Religious Panel for Continuing Visa Ban on Narendra Modi

A Congress-established independent panel on religious freedom has called on the US to maintain a visa ban on Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi

May

01

2013

0
Comments

Ministries Split on Case Against Italian Marines

There seems to be a difference of opinion within the government regarding the Italian marines' probe.

Apr

30

2013

0
Comments

Unanswered Questions on China’s Ladakh Incursion

Questions, questions, questions and more questions; but no answers! That is the state of affairs about the ongoing Sino-Indian standoff in Ladakh.

Apr

30

2013

0
Comments

President Pranab Mukherjee Hits Out at MNCs For Their Intent to Dodge Tax

Their basic objective is to locate a unit in countries where the rates of tax are the lowest. Many are not physically located in a country but operate with an objective to evade and avoid tax in the tax havens

Apr

30

2013

0
Comments

Akhilesh Has Come Back a Winner From US

Chief minister Akhilesh Yadav's plans to promote 'branding Uttar Pradesh' in US may not have succeeded but a section of political analysts feel that he has come back as a 'winner'.

Apr

29

2013

0
Comments

If You Choose to Go to US, Don’t Complain About Its Security

Going to US is voluntary choice. So why this hullabaloo if a sovereign government has its own rules of security

Apr

26

2013

0
Comments

German, French Turf War in Indian Schools

I definitely see it as a turf war as language now is a main instrument of trade and the European Union sees establishing a market here as a way out of its current crisis.

Apr

25

2013

0
Comments

India Puts Eye in Sky Even as China Denies Provocation

Military sources said India is flying UAVs over Ladakh where it claims China has crossed the Line of Actual Control.

Apr

25

2013

0
Comments

Passage to Bihar

A series of high profile politicians from foreign countries make a pilgrimage to Bihar in search of their roots.

Apr

24

2013

0
Comments

When Bollywood Saved the Day in Parliament

Don’t diagnose problems when you haven’t taken any steps to improve the condition of women

Apr

23

2013

0
Comments

US Immigration Bill Could Slow Indian Outsourcers

The industry's long-held fears of a backlash are being realized in its crucial U.S. market.

Apr

23

2013

0
Comments

India Asks China to Withdraw Troops Near Disputed Border

Chinese ambassador to New Delhi summoned over the incident, meetings between local commanders under way

Apr

23

2013

0
Comments

Two Held Over India Bangalore Blast

Police in India say they have arrested two people in connection with last week's explosion near the office of a political party in the southern Indian city of Bangalore.

Apr

18

2013

0
Comments

1.2 Million Indian Soldiers who Died for Britain Get Their Due

UK has decided to pay tribute to the sacrifices made by the 1.2 million men from the Indian Army who fought for Britain in the First World War

Apr

15

2013

0
Comments

India Backs Nitaqat: Removal of Illegals to Help Genuine Workers

India’s External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid said the new Saudi labor policy would affect only illegal immigrants and not genuine workers employed in the Kingdom.

Apr

10

2013

0
Comments

Illegal Immigrant: Is it Time We Dropped the I-word?

In India we don’t bother much about the political niceties of words like “illegal immigrant”.

Apr

11

2013

0
Comments

World Abolishing Death Penalty, But Executions on Rise in India

Fewer countries are carrying out executions than a decade ago, but India along with nations like Gambia, Pakistan and Japan bucked the trend to resume handing out death penalties.

Apr

11

2013

0
Comments

Indian-American Legal Eagles Headed for US Apex Court

A massive milestone is coming up for the Indian-American community: the country's best-educated, highest-earning ethnic group could be boasting of a supreme court Justice from its distinguished ranks b

Apr

09

2013

0
Comments

India Unhappy at U.S. Clean Chit to Navymen

India has indicated it is dissatisfied with the United States Navy’s clean chit to its sailors who, in July last fired on a fishing boat off the coast of Dubai

Apr

09

2013

0
Comments

Five Indian Peacekeepers Killed in South Sudan

Five Indian peacekeepers escorting a United Nations convoy in South Sudan have been killed in an ambush by rebels

Apr

09

2013

0
Comments

From NaMo to Obama: A Politician’s Guide to Sexism

Barack Obama has apologised for calling Kamala Harris “ by far the best-looking Attorney General in the country”.

Apr

08

2013

0
Comments

Rajiv Gandhi Middleman for Swedish Jets in 1970s: Wikileaks

A sensational claim to that extent has been made in a new round of WikiLeaks expose of US diplomatic cables relating to “the Henry Kissinger era”, published in India in collaboration with The Hindu.

Apr

05

2013

0
Comments

Italian Marines Charged with Murder

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has registered a murder case against two Italian Marines for allegedly killing two Indian fishermen off Kerala coast last year.

Apr

05

2013

0
Comments

Nuclear Race on the Subcontinent

An Aesopian nuclear competition is under way between Pakistan and India.

Apr

05

2013

0
Comments

Green Groups Urge U.S. to Back off Indian Solar Trade Case

U.S. environmental groups are pressing President Barack Obama's administration to back off a World Trade Organization case against India they say threatens the ability of the world's second most populous country to cut greenhouse gas emissions.

Apr

05

2013

0
Comments

Narendra Modi Welcome to Apply For US Visa

The US has reiterated that Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi is welcome to apply for a visa to America and that his application would be judged on its own merits.

Apr

04

2013

0
Comments

Government in a Spot Over Italian Marines Case

he government on Wednesday seemed to be struggling over how to deal with the Italian marines accused of killing two Kerala fishermen.

Apr

03

2013

0
Comments

NIAPPI Funded US Delegation's India Visit

Amid a row over financing of an American delegation's visit to meet Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, a US lawmaker Wednesday claimed it was sponsored by "an educational foundation".

Apr

02

2013

0
Comments

Place That Transformed Gandhi into Mahatma

It was in Phoenix Settlement where Gandhi first used his so-called weapons - satyagraha, sarvodaya and ahimsa - which loosely translate into insistence on truth, universal uplift and non-violence.

Apr

01

2013

0
Comments

What a Promotion for Modi Today Means For Him

Modi’s elevation has also triggered stirrings of discomfort within the BJP, particularly from other regional leaders and Chief Ministers who appear to believe that their claims to national leadership within the party are being steamrolled by the Modi juggernaut.

Mar

31

2013

0
Comments

Nelson Mandela Once Fell For an Indian

South Africa might have had an Indian-origin First Lady if Amina Cachalia had agreed to a proposal of marriage from the country’s first democratically elected President Nelson Mandela.

Mar

30

2013

0
Comments

N Korea Says it is Entering State of War With South Korea

North Korea said on Saturday it was entering a "state of war" with South Korea in a continuing escalation of angry rhetoric directed at Seoul and Washington.

Mar

29

2013

0
Comments

US Delegation Paid Up to $16,000 for Bharat Yatra Plus Modi Darshan

As per the invitation, the trip was "limited to (an) elite group of American business persons" who would be guests of the Gujarat government on March 28 and attend a dinner hosted by Modi.

Mar

29

2013

0
Comments

Is India Gay Marriage- Ready

When the day for that argument for same-sex marriage finally comes in India, we can say that our marriage laws are already “same-sex marriage-ready.”

Mar

29

2013

0
Comments

McDonald’s is Narendra Modi’s US Visa

The Golden Arches Theory of Conflict Prevention argues, broadly, that two countries that McDonald’s does business in, do not go to war.

Mar

29

2013

0
Comments

How India Broke the UK Extradition Jinx

Extradition is a very important tool in tackling international crime and hopefully, this judgment will usher in a new hope for India and ensure we get a large number of fugitives hiding in different parts of the world.

Mar

28

2013

0
Comments

India as a Soup of States

What the champions of a states-centred foreign policy have in mind today is not very different from the ghosts that were exorcised in 1947.

Mar

26

2013

0
Comments

India Readies Hi-tech Naval Base to Keep Eye on China

The strategic base, with an eye firmly on China, will eventually even have underground pens or bunkers to protect nuclear submarines both from spy satellites and enemy air attacks.

back 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 next last total: 1846 | displaying: 401 - 450
Submit Link

We are looking for the best Indian stories on the web. If you see something interesting, send us a link to the story.