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Indian team in Kabul to discuss ties


New Delhi: Days after Indian external affairs minister Salman Khurshid rejected Afghan President Hamid Karzai’s request for lethal weapons, a team of military and civilian officials landed in Afghani

Sehwag, Pujara give India honours on Day 1

Virender Sehwag cracked his first century in more than two years as India came up with a solid batting display to take control of the first cricket Test against England here today.

Indian driver gets death for killing compatriot in Dubai

A 35-year-old Indian driver was sentenced to death here for brutally murdering his former boss, also an Indian, by bludgeoning him with a hammer and stabbing him 30 times following a dispute over sala

Indian to be hanged in Singapore for murdering Filipina woman

A 36-year-old Indian man was on Wednesday sentenced to death by Singapore court for murdering his Filipina girlfriend in 2010.
Bijukumar Remadevi Nair Gopinathan was convicted of the murder of Rosely

Indians aim to strengthen hold, WI aim revival in 2nd ODI

It was not the most comprehensive of wins but having taken a morale-boosting 1-0 lead in the series, India would look to press home the advantage against a nervy West Indies in the second one-dayer, here on Wednesday.

China blocked UN action on Lashkar men

Washington, Dec. 5: China, at the apparent request of Pakistan, put a “technical hold” on an Indian request to the UN Security Council to slap sanctions on three terrorists, says a state department ca

Oz attacker says 'India dog' slur was not racist

Melbourne: A 20-year-old Australian man, facing jail for bashing and robbing Indian student Lucky Singh in Melbourne last year, has said that despite the ‘Indian dog’ slur, the attack was not racially

Indian pilot dies of heart attack mid-flight

Dubai: An Indian pilot working for Qatar Airways has died mid-flight due to a massive heart attack after the plane took off from Manila, even as the aircraft landed safely at Kuala Lumpur.

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Indian accused of stabbing ex-girlfriend 27 times in Dubai

A 41-year-old Indian computer programmer has denied in court the charge of premeditatedly attempting to murder his ex-girlfriend, who claimed he stabbed her 27 times.

Indian Muslim clerics in demand for discourses during Ramzan

In the holy month of Ramzan, Muslim clerics — both Shia and Sunni — from Uttar Pradesh are busy abroad. Reason- they have been in great demand as devotees in Gulf countries want them for conducting re

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