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Pak asks India to halt firing, not to indulge in point-scoring

Islamabad, Oct 10: Making a veiled reference to its nuclear capability, Pakistan today sought immediate defusing of tension at the LoC saying "both countries are aware of each other's capabilities" and war was not an option.

The Pakistani statement came after a meeting of the...

'Osama's body dropped into sea with 300 pounds of iron chains'

Washington, Oct 7: After al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden was killed by US special forces in Pakistan's garrison town of Abbottabad, his body was kept in a heavy black bag of 300 pounds of iron chain and dropped into the sea, former CIA Director and Defense Secretary Leon...

Five Indian-Americans in Forbes list of US' richest

New York, Sep 30: Five Indian-Americans have been named among the 400 richest people in the US by Forbes, a list topped by Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates for the 21st year in a row with a net worth of USD 81 billion.

Founder of...

Modi, Obama write first joint editorial

Washington, Sep 30: After using technology successfully in their respective election campaigns, US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi have for the first time interacted digitally to come out with a joint editorial.

External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson said both Prime Minister Modi...

Bhagat Singh's sister passes away in Canada

Chandigarh, Sep 29: Parkash Kaur, the younger sister of revolutionary and freedom fighter Bhagat Singh, has died in Canada, a family member said here Monday.

Kaur, 96, was the only surviving member of the martyr's immediate family. She was living in Toronto.


Madison Square goes mad over Modi

New York, Sept 29: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday told a rapturous crowd of NRIs that Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) cardholders will get lifetime Indian visa and that American tourists will be given visa on arrival.

Modi, who arrived at the packed...


Modi uses concert to invoke youth power, send message of peace

New York, Sep 28: Using an unusual platform of a star-studded rock concert, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today praised youths for their "can do" attitude which has the power to transform India and the world.

Wearing a blue Nehru jacket over a white kurta, Modi began his speech...

Sharif rakes up Kashmir issue at UN, blames India for cancelling talks

United Nations, Sep 27: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today raked up the Kashmir issue at the UN General Assembly here and blamed India for "another missed opportunity" to address outstanding issues by canceling the Foreign Secretary-level talks. Asserting that a "veil" cannot be drawn over the...

Modi to get rockstar reception in New York; US lobby questions his reform credentials

New York, Sep 26: It is a rock 'n' roller's dream to "sell out The Garden," but for a foreign politician to pack New York City's most famous sports and entertainment arena is another thing entirely.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on his first trip to...

Rouhani says Saudi ties ‘deserve to be warmer'

New York, Sep 24: The relationship between Iran and Saudi Arabia deserves to be better, though differences between the two states appear to be narrowing, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Tuesday.

“Our relationship with Saudi Arabia ... deserves to be warmer,” Rouhani told a...