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Rome - The rapprochement between Jerusalem and Ankara will strengthen Israel's position in the region, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in Rome on Monday announcing the reaching of a deal to end a six-year diplomatic standoff that started when Israeli naval commandos shot dead nine Turkish activists travelling on an aid flotilla making for the Gaza coast. Netanyahu.. MORE »

US House Democrats issue Benghazi report to defend Clinton

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Washington -  The Democrats on the House Select Committee released their own report to refute accusations against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for her role in the 2012 terror.. MORE »

'No indication of financial crisis from Brexit'

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Washington - US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew has said there is no indication that Britain's referendum to leave the European Union (EU) would lead to another financial crisis. "There's no.. MORE »

India joins grouping that controls global missile technology sale

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New Delhi - Days after the NSG setback in Seoul, India on Monday became the 35th member of a global anti-proliferation bloc, the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR), which not only ensures.. MORE »

Women celebrate US Supreme Court ruling on abortion rights

Washington -  Thousands of women celebrated the verdict of the US Supreme Court against a controversial Texas abortion law as the greatest victory in the past three decades. "Today.. MORE »

  • UN to choose new non-permanent Security Council members
  • Police investigate racist anti-Polish messages after 'Brexit'
  • Scotland's Parliament could block Brexit, says Nicola Sturgeon
  • China to launch second space lab in September
  • Sports
    Kanpur stadium to host India-New Zealand Test

    Lucknow -  After hosting two IPL matches recently, the Green Park stadium in Kanpur will now host a Test match between India and New Zealand, an official said on Tuesday. The match would.. MORE »

  • India's sprinter Dutee Chand qualifies for Rio in 100 metres
  • Pro Kabaddi League to start on June 25
  • Euro 2016: Portugal, Austria play a goalless draw
  • India
    Talking of Emergency on 'Mann ki Baat' is petty politics: Congress

    New Delhi - The Congress on Monday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of indulging in "petty politics" by talking of Emergency during his monthly radio address 'Mann Ki Baat'. .. MORE »

  • Government's clear mandate has strengthened foreign policy: Modi
  • Patel leader meets Gujarat CM on quota demand, praises EWS quota
  • Rate of inflation slower than in UPA times, says Modi
  • Education
    Odisha govt to bear education expense of three poor students

    Bhubaneswar - The Odisha government on Monday announced it would bear all expenses of study and boarding of three meritorious poor students who recently cracked all India entrance examinations. .. MORE »

  • HC allows Khalsa college to start admission process under minority status
  • IITs, TIFR top in collaboration with industry and government: Study
  • India pays minimum attention on research: President
  • Business
    Consolidation in Indian banking sector risky: Moody's

    Chennai - The multiple downside risks in the proposed consolidation in the Indian public sector banking (PSB) space far outweighs the potential benefits, said global credit rating agency Moody's.. MORE »

  • Brexit: Indians are part of the flock, let's face the music
  • Facebook inks deals with celebrities, publishers to boost 'Live'
  • Facebook decides to give Mark Zuckerberg full control
  • In Depth
    Agriculture should be declared public service in India: P Sainath

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    New Delhi -  Veteran journalist P.Sainath on Monday, terming "inequality" the fundamental reason for water and farm crisis in the country, said agriculture should be declared a.. MORE »

  • Referendum on Delhi statehood has no statutory backing: Experts
  • Swamy will dent Modi's image, spook foreign investors
  • Gulbarg Society Carnage: Who Cast the First Stone?
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