- Car sharing with strangers a growing business in US
- Pope Francis sparks controversy for suggesting atheists' can go to heaven
- UK universities crack down on 'preachers of hatred' following Woolwich attack
- Woolwich attacker was 'radicalized' in Britain's youth jail at 17
- Spanish art gets privileged space in New York museum
- 15 Pakistani kids die in cylinder blast
- Indians rules the roost in National Geographic Bee
- 15 students killed in school van blast in Pakistan
- 'India's growth strategy has lessons for developing nations'
- South Asians rely on informal money transfers: Gallup
Key Plotter of 26/11 Mumbai Terror attack David Headley gets 35-years jail
NI Wire, Fri, 25 Jan 2013
A United States District Court Thursday sentenced to Pakistani-American citizen David Coleman Headley to 35 years of imprisonment without bail in the heinous crime of plotting 26/11 Mumbai terror attack in which 166 persons including foreign nationals killed................
India will send out stern possible message against rape: India's representative to UN
NI Wire, Thu, 24 Jan 2013
Commenting on Justice J S Verma's committee report on December 23 Delhi gang rape, India's permanent representative to UN, Hardeep Singh Puri informed to United Nations that India has vowed to ensure that the culprits were brought to speedy justice to send out a sternest possible message.....................
Barack Obama offers progressive agenda for second term
NI Wire, Tue, 22 Jan 2013
President Barack Obama is all set for a long fight with his Republican opponents and he indicated his vision for the second term. He presented a progressive agenda to tackle contentious issues such as gun control, gay rights, climate change and immigration reform etc.
Prez Obama set to take oath twice once again for second term
NI Wire, Sat, 19 Jan 2013
President Barack Obama who won the presidentialship election for the second term in 2012 is set to take oath of office and secrecy twice once again in 2013 due to undisclosed reason................
Turmoil in Mali: Refugee count could rise to 7-lakh
NI Wire, Sat, 19 Jan 2013
A United Nation agency has predicted that the condition of West Africa is worsening due to ongoing fighting with Islamist insurgents in the areas, triggering to uproot approximately 7,00,000 people in Mali................
Peace continues on LoC; Khurshid non-committal on talks with Khar
Pak anti-graft agency chief refuses to arrest PM Raja Pervez Ashraf
Hina Rabbani calls for talks with India; India demands justice for dead soldiers first
Imran's Tahrik-i-Insaaf rejects MQI chief's demand to join protest against govt