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Indian origin scientist gets Canada's highest civilian award
January 1, 2010
An Allahabad-born scientist of Indian origin, Shrawan Kumar, has been given Canada's highest civilian award - the Order ...
Stars appear in Haiti telethon
January 23, 2010
The world's stars of studio and screen appeared on Friday in the "Hope for Haiti" telethon to raise money to aid victims ...
US takes control of Haiti airport to speed aid
January 16, 2010
Haiti gave the United States control of its main airport on Friday to bring order in the skies to aid flights from aroun ...
UNSC fails to agree on Gaza ceasefire
January 8, 2009
The UN Security Council ended Wednesday's closed-door discussion on seeking a ceasefire in the conflict in Gaza Strip wi ...
Canada set for a snap poll
August 27, 2008
Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who is heading a minority Conservative Party government, has hinted at the possibility of ...
Famine threat for millions in North Korea
July 31, 2008
The UN World Food Programme says more than six million N Koreans have been impacted by successive poor harvests and soar ...
'Food crisis a rights issue, Govts cannot be passive'
May 3, 2008
UN envoy demands the convening of a special session of the Human Rights Council to consider the issue of "massive violat ...
Africa refuses to act on Sudan war crimes warrant
July 4, 2009
The African Union on Friday refused to act on an international war crimes warrant for Sudan's president, at a summit tha ...
Philippine militants reject talks to free hostages
March 6, 2009
Al-Qaida-linked militants holding three international Red Cross workers in the southern Philippines have rejected talks ...
Police begin nationwide search for French cyclist
March 11, 2008
The police are contacting bicycle riders’ clubs across the country to try and trace the whereabouts of French national J ...
World's biggest polluters fail to agree on emissions
April 19, 2008
The French host of the meeting,
-Pierre Jouyet, says the 16 countries will hold two more meetings in May and June. T ...
15 killed, several injured in deadly storm in Spain, France
January 25, 2009
Four children aged from nine to 12 years were killed when a sports centre collapsed near Barcelona in strong winds which ...
French presidential candidates
April 21, 2007
France holds the first round of a presidential election on April 22.
Jean Nouvel to build new Paris skyscraper
May 27, 2008
French star architect
Nouvel has been chosen over four world-class peers to build a landmark skyscraper on the edge ...
Le Clezio wins Literature Nobel
October 9, 2008
-Marie Gustave Le Clezio, whose vast world travels form the poetic and descriptive backdrop for his bo ...
Ugly review: Anurag Kashyap's best movie is dark, simple and hard-hitting
5 really 'different' films that made Bollywood proud in 2014
Then and now: Tales of tsunami devastation and rebuilding in 15 pics
Jharkhand: BJP ends trend of selecting tribal CMs with Raghubar Das
Oil price conundrum and its side-effects
Election results: Shah says all options open in J-K
'Unrest' down under: Kohli-Dhawan spat adds to Team India's woes
Bigg Boss 8: Now Karishma Tanna trains her guns on Gautam Gulati
J-K, Jharkhand poll results: BJP wins one, and a half
Results in, guessing game begins in J-K
J-K: Suspense continues over govt formation, guv invites PDP, BJP for talks on Jan 1
Many Trinamool leaders waiting to join us, claims Bengal BJP chief
Revival plan: SpiceJet eyes Rs 1,200cr equity infusion, govt unimpressed
Too many roles causing India skipper MS Dhoni's 'unrest'?
Microsoft CEO meets Modi, keen on ‘Make in India’
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