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We are treated badly by Afghan people: Afghanistan’s Sikh leader
August 19, 2014
A Sikh leader in Afghanistan said on Monday that he was trying to contact families over reports that 35 stowaways found ...
Viral Video: These men in heels can put women to shame!
June 24, 2014
Three men in high heels are burning the Internet with their dance moves. In the video, the men wearing high heels are se ...
Militants in Iraq 'plan to attack Britain': Cameron
June 18, 2014
Prime Minister David Cameron warned Wednesday that militants making advances in Iraq and fighting in Syria were also pla ...
D-Day remembrance in Normandy
June 6, 2014
US President Barack Obama (left) and Russian President Vladimir (right) pose during a group photo for the 70th anniversa ...
Despite rupee slowdown, Indians spent record £441 mn in UK in 2013
May 9, 2014
The rupee’s sliding value has not deterred Indians from visiting Britain. Indians made 375,000 visits and spent 441 mill ...
SGPC hails green signal to Sikh head gear in Britian
April 9, 2014
The Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC) has welcomed the decision of the British government to allow Sikhs to ...
Philippines: US send warships to help relief efforts
November 12, 2013
According to CNN, the government confirmed that the death toll was 1,774 on Tuesday; thousands more have been injured, a ...
Conservatives guaranteed biggest party in British vote
May 7, 2010
With just 46 seats left to be counted, Conservatives lead by 48
Straw, Benazir in Salman Rushdie row
June 23, 2007
’s Labour Party leader Jack Straw and Pakistani politician Benazir Bhutto have waded into the Salman Rusdie knigh ...
Labour to return to power: Lord Paul
July 26, 2009
Notwithstanding a string of by-poll losses and adverse opinion polls,
's ruling Labour under the leadership of Pr ...
Pak court acquits Zardari in smuggling case
May 13, 2008
Pakistani court acquits Asif Ali Zardari and wajid Hassan in a case in which they were charged with smuggli ...
Midnight's Children: big screen rights for $1
January 9, 2013
Canada-based filmmaker of Indian origin, Deepa Mehta has revealed that she bought the rights of
based author of ...
Most successful Bond film Skyfall breaks $1bn record at global box office
December 31, 2012
The latest James Bond film ‘Skyfall’ has smashed through the 1-billion-dollar mark at the box office, as it ...
French navy looking at damage from nuclear sub collision
February 19, 2009
The French navy says that it was still assessing damages to its nuclear submarine from a collision with a British s ...
Ban skinny models from catwalk
March 3, 2012
Skinny models should be banned from the catwalk, say experts. Academics at the London School of Economics said restricti ...
Blame South Korea, but it is India who let Sarita Devi down
History on our plate: how India started enjoying food
India's self-righteous policies aren't helping the poor
Jharkhand will pose biggest challenge for Modi’s Swachh Bharat
Nation pays homage to Mahatma Gandhi on 145th birth anniversary
Narendra Modi takes centre stage at Madison Square; bag of goodies for Indian diaspora
Rajdeep Sardesai manhandled outside Madison Sq Garden ahead of Modi address
High court to hear Jaya’s bail plea today
Jayalalithaa stays in jail, protests continue to rage in Tamil Nadu
There's a dust storm brewing on Mars: Mangalyaan sends more pictures
Sarita Devi's protest poor sportsmanship, regretful: Asian Games organisers
Modi wields broom, says Clean India mission beyond politics
Envoys seek 'fair probe' on attack on African nationals in Delhi
Obama security lapses: US secret service chief Julia Pierson quits
China warns of chaos if Hong Kong protests continue
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