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Obama seeks to end tax subsidies for oil companies

WASHINGTON: US President Barack Obama has urged Congressional leadership to take immediate action to eliminate unwarranted tax breaks for the oil and gas industry and to use those dollars to

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Khalid killed Pearl despite being told not to do so: WikiLeaks

BOSTON: 9/11 attacks mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed was warned by a senior Al-Qaeda military commander not to kill Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl in 2002 and that he should

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Osama Bin Laden’s account of escape from Tora Bora

LONDON: World’s most wanted terrorist Osama Bin Laden escaped US and British forces, closing in on his cave-haven hacked into the mountainside, with the help of a Pakistani warlord who

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Cannes pays tribute to Bollywood

CANNES: ‘Bollywood, The Greatest Love Story Ever Told’, a film that celebrates the dazzling world of Hindi cinema, will be screened at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. The 81-minute film,

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American industry bids farewell to CII’s US Head Kiran Pasricha

NEW YORK: Kiran Pasricha, Deputy Director General of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) is returning to India after nearly

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Aston Martin launches in India

GAYDON, UK: Aston Martin has officially opened the doors to its first dealership in India, bringing the British marquee’s luxury

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India to provide ‘wonder’ EVMs to Egypt

CAIRO: Describing EVMs as “wonder” machines of democracy, India has said it would provide these electronic devices to Egypt to

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Tough UK student visa norms come into effect

LONDON: Tough new rules applicable for students from India and other non-European Union countries have came into effect as part

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Indian or Chinese could be next IMF chief, says British PM

LONDON: British Prime Minister David Cameron today said an Indian or Chinese could be the next chief of the International

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Somali pirates keep Indian hostages after ransom

MOGADISHU, Somalia: In a move that could change the pirate-hostage equation, Somali pirates have taken in a multi-million dollar ransom,

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Will opening of Kartarpur Coridoor revive India-Pakistan ties?

  • No (75%, 173 Votes)
  • Yes (25%, 58 Votes)

Total Voters: 231

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