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Italy intel hacks India in Moscow

Sensitive defence information appears to have been stolen from the Indian embassy here by an Italian intelligence agency during the past two years, according to a media report.

Russia: ’08 waiver for India stands

Russia on Friday said India would continue to enjoy the waiver it received in 2008 from the Nuclear Suppliers Group’s export ban and Moscow wants New Delhi’s full participation in the 45-nation grouping that regulates the global atomic commerce.

Kama Sutra translated into Russian language

Kama sutra, the world famous ancient Indian text on the art of sex, has been translated for the first time into Udmurt language spoken in Russia.

Russia opens tiger summit to save the big cat

Russia on Sunday called for global efforts to avert extinction of tigers as wildlife activists and officials from 13 countries, including India, opened a summit today in St.

Kyrgyz swears in Central Asia’s first woman Prez


Kyrgysztan leader Roza Otunbayeva on Saturday etched her name in history as she was sworn-in as the conflict-ridden country’s President, the first-ever woman head of state in Central Asia.

23 dead, 300 hurt in Kyrgyz clashes

At least 23 people were killed and 300 injured in ethnic clashes in south Kyrgyzstan, a stronghold of deposed President Kurmanbek Bakiyev, prompting the interim government to declare a state of emerge

Russia ready to assist Dalai, China on Tibet

In a major shift, Russia on Thursday said it is ready to assist in the dialogue between China and the Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama to resolve the vexed Tibet issue.

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