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781
michelle-obama_Tear
Michelle Obama for 2016? Speech moves everybody to tears

North Carolina, September 5: First lady Michelle Obama acknowledged on Tuesday that the change her husband Barack Obama sought in his White House ca...
782
h
Muslims are thriving in American Catholic colleges

  Dayton (Ohio), September 4: Arriving from Kuwait to attend college here, Mai Alhamad wondered how Americans would receive a Muslim, especially o...
783
islamic_banking
Germany to get first Islamic bank in October

Berlin, August 30: Turkey's Kuveyt Turk investment fund plans to open the first Islamic bank in Germany in October, the Financial Times Deutschland ...
784
respect_out_quran2
US punishes six soldiers for burning Quran in Afghanistan

    Washington, August 28: The US will hand over administrative punishment to its six soldiers for their role in desecration of Holy Quran in Af...
785
apple
Apple wins $1 billion in Samsung patent case

  San Jose (California), August 25: A California jury awarded Apple Inc more than $1.05 billion on Friday in its patent infringement claim that Sa...
786
No_Easy_Day
Navy Seal pens book on Osama bin Laden raid

Washington, August 24: The US government was surprised by the news that a navy Seal who participated in the raid on Osama bin Laden's compound in Pa...
787
Zardari_copy
Ajmer dargah gets Zardari’s $1 million

  Ajmer, August 18: It was a thriller till the end. The long-awaited distribution of the promised $1 million to the dargah of Khwaja Moinuddin Chi...
788
israelarmy
Israel preparing to attack Iran: Report

  London, August 17: Israel is preparing for a ground attack on Iran before Christmas, after conducting commando dry runs in the Iraq desert, a me...
789
sunitha_william
Sunita Williams unfurls tricolour in space

New Delhi, August 15: Indian-American astronaut Sunita Williams displayed the tricolour on board the International Space Station and wished Indians ...
790
indianamericans
Indian Americans celebrate I-Day with colourful parades

  Washington, August 15: Indian Americans from East to West coast celebrated India's 66th Independence Day with colourful parades, Bollywood stars...
791
pyramaid
Google Earth discovers 'lost pyramid complexes' in Egypt

  Washington, August 13: An archaeologist claimed to have discovered two new possible pyramid complexes in Egypt with a large mound almost three t...
792
tulsi
Tulsi Gabbard set to become first Hindu in US Congress

  Washington, August 13: Honolulu City Councilwoman Tulsi Gabbard has a great chance to become the first Hindu member of the US House of Represent...
793
sikh
Sikhs in NYPD be allowed turban and beard: New York city Mayor Michael Bloomberg told

  New York, August 13: In the wake of a deadly attack at a Wisconsin Gurudwara, the New York city Mayor Michael Bloomberg has been asked to allow ...
794
Jersey
Indo-Canadians celebrate India Day

Toronto, August 13: Over 20,000 Indo-Canadians gathered in the heart of Toronto to celebrate India Day and display the country's rich heritage and c...
795
Sabina_Ranger600x400
Indian-origin girl in UK raises 6,400 pounds for NGO

London, August 13: An Indian-origin girl student in the UK has raised over 6,400 pounds by organising a '5K walk' for the world's largest NGO-run scho...
796
philipines
Disease alert in aftermath of Philippine floods

  Manila, August 12: Emergency relief officials and doctors were deployed to flood devastated communities in the Philippines today to prevent outb...
797
manisha_kumari
Kidnapped Hindu girl embraces Islam, gets married

    Islamabad, August 11: A 14-year-old Hindu girl who was abducted two days ago has converted to Islam and married a Muslim in Pakistan, a media ...
798
Fareed_Zakaria
CNN and Time magazine's Fareed Zakaria suspended for plagiarism

New York, August 11:  Time editor-at-large and CNN host Fareed Zakaria has been suspended by both the magazine and the network for lifting several pa...
799
Tokyo
Nagasaki marks anniversary of atomic bomb attack

  Tokyo, August 9: Japanese officials pledged on Thursday to seek a society less reliant on nuclear energy as the country marked the 67th annivers...
800
philippines
22 dead as two-thirds of Philippines turns into 'water world

  Manila, August 8: Twenty-two people, including seven missing, died as Tropical Storm Haikui, 300 northeast of Taiwan, triggered low pressure are...
801
act_domestic_small
US shooting: Police treating it as an act of domestic terror

New York, August 6: In what is being described as an "act of domestic terrorism," a gunman opened fire inside a Gurudwara in Wisconsin as the congre...
802
volcano
'Super volcano' that could kill millions lurks near Italy

  Pozzuoli, August 5: Across the bay of Naples from Pompeii, where thousands were incinerated by Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD, lies a hidden "super vol...
803
beard
Muslim suspect in US fined again for having beard

  Fort Hood (United States), August 4: A US military judge has again held the Muslim suspect of a mass shooting in contempt of court after he appe...
804
wtc
Iran, al-Qaida, Taliban told to pay $6 billion for 9/11

  New York, August 1: Al-Qaida, the Taliban and Iran should pay $6 billion to relatives of Sept. 11 victims for aiding in the 2001 terrorist attac...
805
us_couple
US couple denied wedding because they were black: Report

  Mississipi, July 29: A Mississipi couple got the shock of their lives when the pastor at the church they attended told them the wedding they pla...
806
Marine
Sex dungeon details emerge in California death of deployed Marine's wife

  San Diego, July 21: A woman killed in California this year while her husband, a U.S. Marine, was deployed in Afghanistan was the victim of telev...
807
jamesho
'Batman' shooting suspect tells police he is 'The Joker'

  Denver, July 21: New York City's police commissioner says the gunman in the Colorado movie theatre rampage had painted his hair red and called h...
808
bulgaria
US condemns 'barbaric' attack on Israeli tourists

  Washington, July 19: US President Barack Obama has termed the terror attack on Israeli tourists in Bulgaria as a "barbaric" act, and vowed to pr...
809
uppal-deana
Big Brother: UK probes insults against Indian beauty

  London, July 11: British police have questioned a man for posting racist comments as communications regulator Ofcom launched a probe after more ...
810
Saudi-princess
Saudi's 'Barbie' princess makes shock UK asylum bid

  London, July 10: A Saudi princess, the granddaughter of the nation's founder, is seeking asylum in Britain over fears she could be persecuted by...
811
womengun
Taliban love triangle: Woman gunned down for affair with commander

  Kabul, July 9: A shocking video showing the public execution of a 22-year-old Afghan woman accused of adultery has sparked outrage.   The vid...
812
bribe
Bride gives birth at wedding in France

Angers (France), July 9: A bride gave birth only minutes after tying the knot at a townhall wedding in western France, making it more of a “big ...
813
masala_dosa
Masala Dosa among ten dishes to try before you die

New York, July 9: Popular South Indian dish Masala Dosa has made it to the list of '10 foods to try before you die', compiled by the Huffington Post...
814
Pilot_error
Faulty data misled pilot in 2009 Air France plane crash: Report

  Le Bourget (France), July 6: A combination of faulty sensors and mistakes by inadequately trained pilots caused an Air France jet to plunge into...
815
german_muslim
German Muslims call on lawmakers to protect circumcision

  Cologne (Germany), July 5: German Muslim leaders urged lawmakers Wednesday to pass legislation protecting the right to circumcise boys after a c...
816
rushid
Salman Rushdie’s fatwa a video game in Iran

  Tehran, July 1:  Indian-origin British author Salman Rushdie has now become the subject of an Iranian computer game, which aims to educate the ...
817
DNA
DNA links man to world’s first woman

  London, July 1: A British pensioner got the mother of all shocks when he discovered he was directly related to Eve, the world’s first woman wh...
818
LonesomeGeorge
World loses giant tortoise species with death of Lonesome George

  Quito, June 25: Lonesome George has died, leaving the world one species poorer.   The only remaining Pinta Island tortoise and celebrated con...
819
Briton
Britons cash in as ATM pays out double

  London, June 23: Any time double money! An ATM here started paying twice the amount asked for, due to a human error, and hordes of people benefi...
820
angry_L_N_Mittal
India condemning millions to stay poor,says angry L N Mittal

  New York, Jun 21: Joining the likes of N R Narayana Murthy and Azim Premji to blame the Indian government for policy inaction, UK-based NRI bill...
821
quran
US probe calls for punishment of troops in Quran burning

  Washington, June 20: A US military investigation has recommended disciplinary action for up to seven troops over their role in the burning of Qu...
822
Pak_girl_Alive
Pakistani girls allegedly killed for dancing reported alive

  Islamabad, June 19: Five Pakistani girls who were reportedly killed on the orders of a tribal council for dancing and clapping with two young me...
823
niagara_falla_tightrope_walk.295
Nik Wallenda, first man to complete 1800-feet tightrope walk across Niagara Falls

  Ontario, Canada, June 16: Daredevil Nik Wallenda became the first person to walk on a tightrope across the Niagara Falls, taking steady, measure...
824
sleep
Girl nods off in April, wakes up in June!

London, June 15: A teenaged British girl, who missed her exams and even celebrating her birthday after nodding off in April, woke up last week.   ...
825
Veiled_Women
3 veiled women banned from entering France

  Paris, June 13: A police union says three Saudi women who refused to remove their face veils at Paris' Charles de Gaulle airport have been barre...
826
world_become_very_peace
World has become more peaceful in 2012, says study

London, June 13: Despite an escalating conflict in Syria and mounting civil unrest in Europe, the world became a more peaceful place in the last y...
827
cameron_daughter_295
British Prime Minister David Cameron forgets his eight-year-old daughter in a pub

London, June 11: Prime Minister David Cameron accidentally left his daughter behind in a country pub after a Sunday lunch with friends followi...
828
Britain
UK to impose family curbs on immigrants

  London, June 11: In what is being described as the most far-reaching and controversial changes surrounding immigrants' rights, British home secr...
829
Jehangir_Sabavala_Vespers_295x200
Jehangir Sabavala work sells for Rs. 2.16 crores in London

  New Delhi, June 8: Vespers I, by modern Indian artist Jehangir Sabavala has sold for more than 250,000 pounds by auctioneers Bonhams at their an...
830
Plan_Nigeria
Nigeria plane crash: 2 Indians among those dead

  New Delhi, June 5: Two Indians were among the 193 victims of Sunday's plane crash in Nigeria. One was the co-pilot, Mahendra Singh Rathore, and ...
831
plane_crash
Nigerian airplane crash: All 153 on board dead

  Lagos, June 4: A commercial airliner crashed into a densely populated neighbourhood in Nigeria's largest city on Sunday, killing all 153 people ...
832
spelling-bee
Snigdha Nandipati wins fifth Spelling Bee crown for Indian-Americans

Washington, June 1: Snigdha Nandipati, a 14-year-old Indian American girl, correctly spelled ''guetapens'', French for ambush, to win the 2012 Scr...
833
julian
Julian Assange can be extradited to Sweden: UK Supreme Court

London, May 30: Britain's Supreme Court upheld the extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to Sweden over alleged sex crimes on Wednesday. ...
834
pope
Pope’s butler vows to help scandal probe

Vatican City, May 29: One of the Vatican’s biggest scandals in decades widened Monday with the pope’s butler — arrested for allegedly havi...
835
blair
Blair reveals close ties with Murdoch

  London, May 29: Admitting that politicians and press interact closely, former British prime minister Tony Blair told the Leveson inquiry investi...
836
nansa
Nasa-made drink can reverse ageing

London, May 28: A “space drink” developed by Nasa to protect astronauts from radiation can also reduce wrinkles and reverse the telltale signs o...
837
nato
NATO air strike kills six children in Afghan

Kabul, May 27: A NATO air strike killed a family of eight, including six children, when it ploughed into their home in eastern Afghanistan, local ...
838
siachen
Soldier's body found weeks after avalanche hit Pak camp

Islamabad, May 27:  Nearly 50 days after an avalanche slammed into a high-altitude Pakistan Army camp in the Siachen sector near Indian border, sea...
839
indian_calls
India calls for a democratic Internet governance structure

Geneva, May 22: India has called on countries for creating a democratic Internet governance structure to ensure a balance between private, commerc...
840
obama_refuses
Obama refuses to meet Zardari in Chicago

Washington, May 22: In a rebuff to Pakistan president Asif Ali Zardari, US president Barack Obama did not meet him on the margins of the NATO Sum...
841
yemen1_21052012
Suicide bomber kills 96 Yemen soldiers in Sanaa

Sanaa (Yemen), May 21: A Yemeni soldier packing powerful explosives under his uniform blew himself up in the middle of an army battalion in Sanaa ...
842
hindu-temple-b-1-2-2012
Historic Hindu temple vandalised in Pakistan

Islamabad, May 21: Unidentified men yesterday vandalised a historic Hindu temple in Peshawar city of northwest Pakistan that was reopened on the...
843
fb_copy
Mark Zuckerberg marries long time girlfriend Priscilla Chan

New York, May 20: Facebook's billionaire founder Mark Zuckerberg updated his relationship status on his social networking site to 'married' - he h...
844
osman
Indian-origin man is first Muslim mayor of UK town

London, May 19: Indian-origin councillor Abdul Razak Osman has become the first Lord Mayor of the Islamic faith to hold the high office in the mu...
845
Ali_Musa_gilani_295
Gilani's son involved in brawl on board PIA flight: Report

Islamabad, May 19: The son of the Pakistani prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani allegedly caused a scene on board a flight from Lahore to Karachi,...
846
Fb_Lounch
Facebook's IPO one of the world's largest, prices at $38 per share

New York, May 18: Facebook's initial public offering of stock is shaping up to be one of the largest ever. The world's definitive online social ne...
847
sikh
Sikhs in turbans can now serve Washington police

Washington, May 17: Sikh police officers in the American capital will be allowed to wear turbans, beards and other religious items while on the jo...
848
osama
Osama bin Laden not killed by US, claims former CIA agent

Istanbul, May 16: Berkan Yashar, a Turkish politician and former US intelligence agent claimed that the American did not kill the al Qaeda leade...
849
famai
Women must bathe less, shave heads to prevent AIDS spread, says Zimbabwean Senator

London, May 15: A Zimbabwean politician has asserted that women should be compelled to bathe less and shave off their hair to make them less attract...
850
francois
Francois Hollande to be sworn in as new French president

Paris, May 15: Francois Hollande will be sworn in as France's first Socialist president in 17 years in a hurried ceremony on Tuesday before a da...
851
o
‘Bill Clinton dubbed Obama incompetent'

New York, May 14: Former US President Bill Clinton dubbed Barack Obama "incompetent" and pressed wife Hillary to quit her job as secretary of ...
852
e
Europe falls from grace in the eyes of the world

London, May 13: Europe and the EU have seen their influence around the world wane over the past 12 months due to the worsening financial crisis in...
853
us_suspended
US suspends 'war on Islam' military course

Washington, May 12: A course for US military officers has been teaching that America's enemy is Islam in general, not just terrorists, and sugges...
854
Pentagon
Uproar over US military course preparing officers for 'total war against Islam'

Washington, May 11: A controversial US military course that taught officers to prepare for a "total war" against Islam using "Hiroshima-style" ta...
855
obama_burkha_row
Woman In Black Burka Kicked Out Of Obama Campaign Event

Richmond, (Va). May 9: A woman dressed in a black burka was removed during President Obama’s inaugural re-election campaign stop at Virginia Co...
856
NEPAL
13 killed, 60 missing in glacial lake burst in Nepal

Kathmandu, May 6 : A glacial lake burst on Saturday in the high Himalayan region in northwestern Nepal sweeping away houses, farms, cattles near ...
857
japan
Japan nuclear power-free as last reactor shuts

Tokyo, May 5: Japanese utility Hokkaido Electric Power Co began shutting the country's last active nuclear reactor on Saturday, leaving the world...
858
Camaron
Indians win big in UK civic polls, Tories thrashed

London, May 5: British voters showed their anger against the government's failure to revive the economy in local elections that saw PM David Cameron's...
859
osamabinladen6a
Osama wanted Ilyas Kashmiri to kill Obama

Washington, May 4: Osama bin Laden had planned to kill US President Barack Obama and General David Petraeus, who was then top US commander in Af...
860
obama
Obama's campaign to spend $780,000 on 'anti-India ad'

Washington, May 3: The Obama Campaign in a new ad has accused presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney of outsourcing jobs to India...
861
su_ki
Suu Kyi sworn in to Myanmar's parliament

Naypyitaw, May 2: Opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi was sworn in to Myanmar's military-backed parliament today, taking public office for the fir...
862
kanul
Eight die in Kabul attack after Obama trip

Kabul, May 2: Eight people were killed and 17 injured in an audacious Taliban attack in the Afghan capital Wednesday, hours after US President Ba...
863
sarz
Sarkozy stages own rally to woo far-right

Paris, May 2: Nicolas Sarkozy staged a huge election rally on Tuesday to rival France’s traditional May Day show of force by the left, as Marine...
864
Quzi
Obama, Karzai ink strategic partnership pact

Washington, May 2: U.S. President Barack Obama and his Afghan counterpart Hamid Karzai signed a landmark strategic partnership agreement in Kabul ...
865
Shukri-Ghanem-Drowned
Gadhafi-era oil chief found dead

Vienna, May 1: Libya’s former top oil industry official, Shokri Ghanem, has been found floating dead in the River Danube in Austria, police s...
866
osama
‘US lied about bin Laden compound raid’

Tehran, April 30: Washington has fabricated the raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound in Pakistan to relieve political pressure on US President Bar...
867
Pastor
US pastor burns Quran again

Miami, April 30: Controversial US pastor Terry Jones has burned more copies of the Quran and a depiction of the prophet Mohammed to protest the i...
868
nun
How did British PM David Cameron's ex-girlfriend become a nun?

London, April 30: A former girlfriend of British Prime Minister David Cameron, who met her as a Conservative Party worker in the 1990s, left polit...
869
sarj_fund
Gaddafi ‘aid’ adds to Sarkozy’s woes

Paris, April 30: The French presidential race entered the home straight on Sunday with both incumbent right-winger Nicolas Sarkozy and Socialist f...
870
gaddafi
Gaddafi 'agreed to fund Nicolas Sarkozy's 2007 poll campaign'

Paris, April 28: Muammar Gaddafi's regime agreed to fund French President Nicolas Sarkozy's 2007 election campaign to the tune of 50 million euro...
871
boeing-dreamliner
Air India gets first Dreamliner from Nikki Haley's state

Washington/North Charleston, April 28: The first of four Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft for Air India to be assembled in South Carolina, a state...
872
KFC
KFC ordered to pay $8.3 million to Australian girl

Sydney, April 27: Fast food giant Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) was on Friday ordered to pay Aus$8 million (US$8.3 million) to an Australian girl ...
873
Gulf
US loses ‘Spam King' crown to India this year

Dubai, April 27: The United States has lost its crown as the "Spam King" to India in the first quarter of the year, security firm Sophos said in a...
874
binladen
Bin Laden’s family deported from Pakistan

Islamabad, April 27: The family of Al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden, killed almost a year ago by American special forces in a military town in nort...
875
Force
Libya campaign was wake-up call for EU nations

Paris, April 26: The global economic crisis and the subsequent drop in defence budget allocations forced the European Union to heavily depend on Ameri...
876
disc
Muslims in Europe face discrimination

London, April 24: European countries are discriminating against Muslims for demonstrating their faith, especially in the fields of education and ...
877
euindia
India, EU agree to combat terrorism

Brussels, April 24: The 27 nation European Union is grappling hard with a serious problem more than ever because of radicalisation of the people, ...
878
zardari
Zardari rules out any unilateral withdrawal from Siachen

Lahore, April 21: Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari has ruled out any unilateral withdrawal of Pakistani soldiers from Siachen, saying troops co...
879
Bojha2
Air crash: Bhoja Air owner barred from leaving Pakistan

Islamabad, April 21: A total of 127 people were killed when a Boeing 737-200 of Bhoja Air crashed a short distance from the international airport ...
880
Troops
South Sudan troops to withdraw from Heglig oil fiel

Juba, (South Sudan), April 21: South Sudan will withdraw its troops from the disputed oil town its forces took over last week, the president annou...
 
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