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News

  • Make in India brings labour reforms back on agenda
  • RSS claims it’s registered rapid growth in recent years
  • After Phil Hughes, Australia wakes up to another nightmare
  • SAARC leaders to push Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif to sign 3 key pacts
  • PMO asks tax dept to find more ways to bring back black money
  • G20 summit: PM Narendra Modi gives a strong push to govt agenda on black money, tax avoidance
  • It is an article of faith for me, will bring back every penny of black money, says PM Narendra Modi
  • Modi’s message to NDA MPs: Take ownership of our key schemes
  • After BJP wins Maharashtra and Haryana, the big question: Is Delhi next?
  • Cyclone Hudhud: Vizag back on its feet, throngs beach




  • Local News

  • Indian-American Scientist Arun Majumdar Named U.S. Science Envoy
  • U.S. Senate Committee Confirms Indian-American As Federal Judge
  • Barack Obama Names Richard Verma As The New U.S Envoy To India
  • Indian-Americans Launch Campaign for Diwali Postage Stamp
  • 'Richard Verma Most Qualified To Be U.S. Ambassador To India'
  • Five Indian-Americans In Forbes List Of U.S. Richest
  • Indian American Doctors Look For Healthcare Solutions For India
  • Indian-American Named To Key Post In U.S. Island Territory
  • 2 Indian Americans Won The Most Prestigious Award In Mathematics
  • Indian American Student to Sue New York City




  • Bollywood

  • Veteran actress Nanda passes away at 75
  • Vidya Balan in New York to promote Indian cinema
  • Shah Rukh Khan to host Screen Awards 2014
  • Salman Khan thinks Katrina Kaif would look good in his new car
  • Aamir Khan's 'Dhoom: 3' collects Rs 250 cr in India, above Rs 300 cr worldwide
  • 10 things only a diehard Salman Khan fan will know
  • Sunny Deol says he doesn't believe in over-the-top promotions
  • I am not bothered about Rs 100 crore club: Akshay Kumar
  • Hrithik Roshan: 'Krrish 3' character had maximum impact on my life
  • Prakash Jha's relationship with his father shown in Satyagraha




  • Education

  • Cambridge is the richest UK university
  • Indian American students to brief Obama on their work
  • Indian-American student triggers Harvard probe
  • 7 Indian-Americans figure in Intel Science finalist in US




  • Sports

  • What Virat Kohli did could affect the team, says Sunil Gavaskar
  • India vs Australia, 3rd Test: Shikhar Dhawan faces home truth at MCG
  • India vs Australia: We are going to continue with that aggressive brand of cricket, says Steve Smith
  • Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes succumbs to head injury
  • SC questions Srinivasan’s return as BCCI chief; doubts over his conflict of interests still remain
  • There needs to be more application from batsmen, says Virat Kohli
  • At the top, India have a happy headache
  • Virat Kohli ascends to 2nd spot in ICC ODI rankings
  • India announce ‘Let’s Football’, Indian Super League off to a glittering start
  • Rohit Sharma gearing up for Australia pace test




  • Science & Tech

  • Now, Skype users in India can call numbers in US, Canada for free
  • Nokia to re-enter handset market
  • Android One: Let us fill you in on Google’s big game
  • Email turns 32; Meet the Indian American scientist who invented it
  • Facebook introduces new ‘Save’ button
  • ‘Mobile-first, cloud- first world’ concept, Microsoft aims to reinvent: Nadella
  • Where apps matter: Don’t always settle for preloaded apps on Android phones
  • Windows XP support ends: Here is why you need to upgrade, and what happens if you dont
  • India third most attacked nation by Zeus malware: Websense
  • Space debris will surround earth, make future space missions impossible, warn scientists




  • Life & Style

  • Indo-U.S. Ties Set For A Big Boost With Barack Obama's Visit To India Next Month
  • New Year resolutions may be more procrastination than motivation
  • Excessive Facebook use could lead to poor impulse control: Research
  • Talk therapy lowers suicide risk
  • Weight-loss surgery reduces diabetes risk
  • Indian men more interested in staying fit than romance
  • Didn’t get that joke? Your sense of humour changes with age
  • Making work interesting is the key to success
  • Smoking fathers put future babies at asthma risk
  • Here’s how to prevent your wine from spoiling




  • Health

  • Increase Your Comfort Level at the Gym




  • Entertainment

  • ‘Secrecy’ around the plot worked for Aamir Khan’s ‘PK’
  • Abhishek Bachchan feels honoured with honour for Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
  • Not scared but hesitant to join politics, says Rajinikanth
  • Shah Rukh Khan on Diwali releases: I’m not superstitious, rather it is good to release film on holiday
  • Shah Rukh Khan: Creativity is a lone process
  • Shah Rukh, Salman Khan hug again at iftar party
  • Alia Bhatt: Yet to achieve ultimate success in Bollywood
  • @NarendraModi among top leaders on Twitter, overtakes @WhiteHouse
  • A R Rahman, Ashutosh Gowariker join hands for Mohenjo-Daro
  • Madhuri Dixit joins hands with UNICEF




  • Business

  • Gas price hike fruitful if discoms buy costlier power: NTPC
  • Amazon India, Kishore Biyani’s Future Group announce strategic alliance
  • Centre rolls out plan for higher ranking on ease of doing business
  • Alibaba IPO ranks as world’s biggest after additional shares sold
  • Govt likely to cancel special economic zones of nine firms
  • On financial inclusion indicators, Goa tops, Gujarat ranks low: Survey
  • Indian firms among Forbes’ most innovative companies
  • Govt to push for mergers among small PSU banks
  • FDI limits for defence, railways to be hiked; e-commerce to wait
  • India blocks WTO deal on customs rules; members say veto could be costly




  • Notables

  • US Indian Doctor Surendra Varma Appointed to key U.S. Medical Board
  • Meeting of the Council of Hindu Temples of North America (CHTNA)
  • Alkesh Patel: One Eye On The Big Picture, The Other On Small Details
  • HOTELIER C.K. PATEL NAMED 2011 “PERSON OF THE YEAR” BY BLUE MAU MAU
  • The Divine Soul Sounds of Chandrika Krishnamurthy Tandon
  • AAHOA At A Glance: The Dream Continues, The Torch Passes




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