Syndicate content

Keep leaders’ kin out: Antony panel

The A.K. Antony Committee, set up by Congress president Sonia Gandhi to examine reasons for the party’s poor showing in the recent Assembly elections, has in its report disapproved of the practice of

Greece votes as anxious eurozone looks on


Greeks voted on Sunday in a tough-to-predict general election that threatened to turn the crisis-hit country's old political system on its head and bring eurozone turmoil back with a vengeance.


85 pc Indian-Americans support Obama for second term: Survey


The Indian-American community has come out in strong support of US President Barack Obama, who kicked off his re-election campaign with two rallies in Ohio and Virginia, with an overwhelming 85 per ce

Post Antony report, Congress mends ways

The findings of Congress leader A.K. Antony's ‘post mortem’ report on the party's humiliating election rout in Goa in March already appears to have had an effect.

According to state Congress presiden

Mass detentions in Egypt after deadly Cairo clashes


Egypt's military ruler attended on Saturday an unprecedented public funeral for a soldier killed in clashes with protesters as the army detained 179 people over the violence in the run-up to landmark

British PM's party suffers heavy losses in mid-term polls


Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative Party took a bashing on Friday in mid-term local elections, capping a bad month for the government after Britain slid back into recession.

The main opposit

Socialist on track for win as French campaign closes


Socialist Francois Hollande was on track to defeat right-wing incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy as France saw the final day of campaigning on Friday before its presidential election run-off.

Boosted by an en

Antony report cites number of reasons for UP poll debacle

Perception of corruption, price rise, wrong ticket distribution, controversial campaigning and poor organizational structure on the ground were main reasons for party's debacle in Uttar Pradesh Assemb

Republicans 'don't bother' for women: Obama


President Barack Obama took a jab at his Republican foes Friday over women's rights, saying they always wanted less regulation except when it comes to health issues, an issue that has pervaded the Whi

US vice president uses bin Laden to hammer Romney

US Vice President Joe Biden saluted his boss on Thursday as a man of steel who neutralised Osama bin Laden, as he reduced Republican White House hopeful Mitt Romney to a foreign policy neophyte "mired

No Articles Found

No Articles Found

No Articles Found

I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.