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U.S. NTSB apologizes for gaffe over derogatory Asiana pilot names

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The National Transportation Safety Board apologized on Friday after an intern mistakenly confirmed to a local television station racially offensive fake names for the pilots of an Asiana flight that

Salman Khan must apologise: BJP

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday demanded an apology from Bollywood actor
Salman Khan for his "unwarranted comments" on the 26/11 attacks to a Pakistani TV
channel where he said that the P

Salman should apologise: Dad Salim Khan

Salman Khan's father Salim Khan has said that his superstar son "should not" have made the remarks on the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks and should apologise. Salim also said his son is not "articulate an

Saffron terrorism: PM should apologise to people, says Modi

The Gujarat Chief Minister, Mr Narendra Modi, on Monday sought an apology from the Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, for use of the term 'Saffron Terrorism' by the home minister.

"The post of the P

Sibal apologises to Anand, says no question over nationality

The HRD minister, Mr Kapil Sibal on Tuesday apologised to chess wizard Vishwanathan Anand over the controversy on conferring an honorary doctorate to him and made it clear that his nationality was nev

Anand row due to 'insensitive bureaucratic obstructions': ICM

The International Congress of Mathematicians (ICM) on Tuesday expressed sadness over not being able to confer an honorary doctorate on Vishwananth Anand because of "insensitive bureaucratic obstructio

Sri Lanka Cricket apologises to Virender Sehwag

An "upset" Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) on Tuesday apologised to Indian opener Virender Sehwag for the deliberate no ball bowled by off-spinner Suraj Randiv which left him stranded on 99 in their tri-serie

Yeddyurappa apologises for minister's road rage

The Karnataka Chief Minister, Mr B.S. Yeddyurappa, on Tuesday apologised for the alleged misconduct of the labour minister, Mr B.N. Bachegowda, after the letter had beaten up a businessman and his fam

Japan issues fresh apology for colonial rule of Korea

Japan's government on Tuesday issued an apology for the country's past colonial rule of the Korean peninsula, ahead of the August 29 centenary of the annexation.

In a statement, Prime Minister, Mr N

"Is Afzal Guru your son-in-law", Gadkari asks Congress

Taunting the Congress over the delay in hanging Afzal Guru, the BJP President, Mr Nitin Gadkari, asked the party whether the Parliament attack death row convict was its "son-in-law".

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