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Israel says Iran, Hizballah behind attacks on embassies in India and Georgia

Iran’s jihad against Israel escalates in an age of weak and supine Western leadership and rising antisemitism in Europe and the U.S. — a consequence of the increasing Muslim presence. “Israel says Iran behind India, Georgia attacks,” from by Dan Williams for Reuters, February 13 (thanks to

President Waheed acts quickly and decisively to protect and strengthen Maldives democracy

President Waheed yesterday announced the members of the new Cabinet of the National Unity Government. They took the oath of office in a ceremony presided over by Justice Arif of the Supreme Court. President Waheed said:“A key responsibility of any government …

Latest News: Israel Blames Iran for Attacks in India and Georgia: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu blamed Iran … http://t.co/wU9ze9W5

Latest News : Israel Blames Iran for Attacks in India and Georgia: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu blamed Iran … http://t.co/wU9ze9W5

What is India’s case in Kashmir? by Aakar Patel Feb 5, 2012

What is India’s case in Kashmir? by Aakar Patel Feb 5, 2012 http://www.firstpost.com/india/does-india-have-a-case-in-kashmir-203836.html Does India have a case in Kashmir? If so, what is it? The Pakistan case is straight: Let Kashmiris decide …

What Is “Agenda 21″? | YOU DECIDE

The UN’s Agenda 21 is definitely comprehensive and global — breathtakingly so. Agenda 21 proposes a global regime that will monitor, oversee, and strictly regulate our planet’s oceans, lakes, streams, rivers, aquifers, sea …

Dirty Harry vs Scorpio in Chandauli

The home district of two former chief ministers – Kamlapati Tripathi and Rajnath Singh – is in the limelight during the poll season for the presence of mafia don Brijesh Singh in the contest.

Baboons wreak havoc at Zimbabwe border

Troops of bag-snatching, truck-looting baboons are causing chaos at a border post between Zimbabwe and Zambia in daily raids for food, NewsDay reported yesterday.

SimSimi chatbot banned in Thailand

Who is responsible for the actions of a self-learning AI? SimSimi’s de-facto execution by Thai authorities leaves questions unanswered. The AI chat robot

Iran presses ahead with dollar attack

Last week, the Tehran Times noted that the Iranian oil bourse will start trading oil in currencies other than the dollar from March 20. This long-planned move is part of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s …

French retailer Auchan eyeing India JV: report

MUMBAI (Reuters) – French retailer Auchan has held talks with Dubai-based Landmark Group for a possible joint venture in India, the Times of India reported on Monday…

Egypt marks Mubarak ouster amid divisions

Egypt marked the first anniversary of the popular overthrow of Hosni Mubarak yesterday, but a poor turnout for a strike called by activists to protest the slow pace of change from military rule laid bare the country’s deep divisions.

Indonesia car market in fast lane

CARMAKERS from Japan to India are eyeing a bonanza in Indonesia, Southeast Asia’s largest economy where a newly wealthy middle class are splashing out on cars like never before.

Asia giants join Iran diplomacy as sanctions hurt trade

BEIJING/HAMBURG (Reuters) – China said on Friday it would send a senior official to Tehran to discuss Iran’s nuclear standoff with the West, and India indicated it would …

India will work with the new govt: Ganapathi

India will work with the new govt: Ganapathi

Mr. Madhusudan Ganapathi, Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and India’s special envoy visited Maldives from yesterday morning to assess the current political situation In a Press Conference held in the Indian High Commission yesterday afternoon, Mr. Ganapathi said that India has a policy…

Over 100 pigeon die in Shillong

At least 100 pigeon have died in this north-east hill city in the past one week, though none of the samples have been tested positive for the H1N1 virus.

Caste, community major factors in east UP

In east UP’s badlands, known for mafia dons and low voting percentages, people again sprung a surprise, with 59% of the electorate casting their vote on

French Rafale UAE deal back on – report

PARIS (Reuters) – France could seal a long-awaited deal for Dassault to sell at least 60 Rafale fighter jets to the United Arab Emirates by April, turning around what appeared to…

F1: FIA urged to drop the Bahrain GP

The FIA has been urged by a group of British politicians to reconsider its decision to let the Bahrain Grand Prix go ahead, in the wake of fresh

Forget Europe, its time for the Commonwealth

The appointment of a new head of the Commonwealth Business Council never made the headlines, but with Britain’s need for growth as the eurozone struggles it should have.

Research and Markets: Heat Recovery Steam Generator (HRSG) Market in Asia-Pacific Region

Research and Markets has announced the addition of GlobalData’s new report “Heat Recovery Steam Generator (HR

Africa to be 'next centre of growth' for Bank of Baroda

Kolkata, Feb 11 (IANS) Public sector lender Bank of Baroda (BoB) is planning to expand its network in Africa for its incremental business growth by opening ten new branches in the next four to five

How 'Arab Awakening' has transformed the Muslim world

The ‘Arab Awakening’ will fundamentally alter the notion that Islam is incompatible with democratic capitalism, writes Shahid Javed Burki

Do not restrict Indian pharmaceutical industry, says Elton John

London, Feb 10 (IANS) Singer Elton John is urging officials to stop plans to restrict India’s pharmaceutical industry, branding the proposals an “attack on the health of the world’s poor”.

India: Chinese army squatting in Arunachal Pradesh

For 26 years, India has tolerated a Chinese military camp in disputed Arunachal Pradesh Jason Overdorf The Chinese army has been squatting in the disputed territory of Arunachal Pradesh for 26 years, occupying a strategic location within easy striking distance of the world’s …

Hong Kong's "Election"

• (http://twitter.com/share) As Chief Secretary Henry Tang’s candidacy fades, the oligarchs try to prop him up

Tourism begins to suffer as Maldives blinks on the edge

Going by accounts of airline crew and a few tour operators, it appears that the number of tourists coming to the Maldives has registered a decline in the last few days.  A…

We are proud of you but you hve to honour commitment: Supreme Court to Army chief V K Singh

“Commitment must be honoured even if it is not your actual date of birth,” the SC said and made it clear that his plea on date of birth is “bonafide”.

We are proud of you but you have to honour commitment: Supreme Court to Army chief V K Singh

“Commitment must be honoured even if it is not your actual date of birth,” the SC said and made it clear that his plea on date of birth is “bonafide”.

Argentine Foreign Minister Hector Timerman has been sent to the UN to protest Britain’s ‘militarization’ of the disputed Malvinas

Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who on Tuesday accused Britain of militarizing the South Atlantic archipelago, said that she would take the case to the UN

Step-dad wanted for murder attempt

Police are seeking the stepfather of a 17-year-old woman who was attacked in Cheung Sha Wan.The assault occurred in her Un Chau Street flat at about 3.15pm on February 7. She suffered wounds to her …

Scented stamps to debut on Valentine’s Day

Hongkong Post will launch a series of rose-scented stamps and associated philatelic products on February 14.The department has, for the first time, infused stamps with the fragrance of roses to …

Hong Kong revamps regulator in April; targets 2.5GHz auction in 1Q13

Hong Kong’s Office of the Telecommunications Authority (OFTA) has announced that on 1 April 2012 the Communications Authority Ordinance will come into effect, establishing a combined telecoms …

India proposes bartering wheat for oil from Iran, Times says: http://t.co/rn6urn3q #irannews #iran

India proposes bartering wheat for oil from Iran, Times says: http://t.co/rn6urn3q #irannews #iran

New 13,100 hectare wildlife reserve in Rajasthan

Rajasthan government today cleared a proposal to declare 13,100 hectare forest land in Sikar and Jhunjhunu as ‘Shakambhari Conservation Reserve’.

Northeastern states fast losing their green cover

Nationally, Assam has lost the maximum forest cover in the entire country of the very dense category of forest, 17 sq km in last two years.

9 sentenced for London Stock Exchange terror plot

9 sentenced for London Stock Exchange terror plot

A British judge has sent nine men to prison for plotting to set up a terrorist training camp and bomb the London Stock Exchange. Mohammed Chowdhury, 21; Shah Rahman, 28; Gurukanth Desai, 30; and Abdul Miah, 25, admitted planning to plant a homemade bomb in the stock exchange…

Indian Exhibitors participate in Sri Lanka’s 4th Footwear and Leather Fair in Colombo

Feb 09, Colombo: Sri Lanka will hold the 4th International Footwear and Leather Fair 2012 at the BMICH in Colombo from February 10 to 12, 2012.

EU-India summit to assess FTA progress

The 12th EU (European Union)-India Summit, to be held on February 10, would take stock of the progress so far in negotiations between both the sides on the ambitious free trade agreement (FTA). It would also discuss other bilateral issues concerning economic…

Oil near $99 as US crude demand lags economy – The Associated Press

Moneycontrol.com Oil near $99 as US crude demand lags economy The Associated Press SINGAPORE (AP) — Oil prices rose slightly higher to above $99 a barrel Thursday in Asia as …

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