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Mandela out of hospital

Johannesburg, Jan. 28: Doctors discharged Mr Nelson Mandela from a hospital on Friday where he was treated for a respiratory condition, as officials said the former South African president had been la

Diplomat Anil Verma to face 'thorough probe' over wife-beating charges

New Delhi: India on Tuesday said domestic violence allegations against chief trade diplomat in Britain Anil Verma will be thoroughly investigated after he returns and action will be taken according to

Tata Tech plans hiring spree in Detroit

Tata Technologies, a subsidiary of Tata Motors, has said it plans to hire 400 engineers by the end of the year at its technical centre near Detroit to help with projects for car makers in North Americ

US says joint S. Korea war games 'not directed' at China

The United States has sought to reassure China over joint US-South Korean military exercises, with the Pentagon insisting the war games were "not directed" at Beijing.

MFI woes worry Andhra Bank

Hyderabad, Nov. 16: Banks in the state which have lent huge sums to microfinance institutions (MFIs), have approached the state government for help, given the poor recovery by the MFIs over the last f

Sania back in action

Guangzhou, Nov. 14: Sania Mirza, who pulled out of the women’s team championship due to throat and ear infection and is under medication, will take part in the singles and mixed doubles individual eve

Pak used terror hedge on India: US

Washington, Nov. 13: Islamabad used its support to terror outfits as a hedge against India and an unfriendly Afghan regime, so that the two neighbours of Pakistan do not undermine it, the US Secretary

Myanmar democracy icon Suu Kyi released: official

Nov 13: Myanmar's democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi was released from house arrest today, an official said, as crowds of excited supporters waited outside her home for a glimpse of their idol.

Bush wanted to send troops to Pak twice

Washington, Nov. 9: The US came on the verge of marching its special forces into Pakistan to smash Taliban and al Qaeda safe havens twice, post 9/11 and then again in mid-2008, but the country’s ruler

Kidnapped Indian freed in Nigeria

Abuja, Oct. 30: An Indian headmistress of a school run by an oil company, who was kidnapped in Nigeria’s volatile oil rich region, has been freed after 13 days of captivity.

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