Modi`s pics in `negative faces` list: College principal held

The principal of a government polytechnic college has been arrested for defaming Prime Minister Narendra Modi by featuring his photo in the college magazine under a list of "negative faces" with Adolf Hitler, George W Bush, Osama bin Laden and a few others.

Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale lock lips on stage

People say passion diminishes once a couple get married and have kids. That obviously doesn’t apply for sizzling hot rock-star couple Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale.

Coimbatore: Decomposed bodies of man, woman recovered from bush

The decomposed bodies of a man and
woman were recovered from a bush on the city outskirts on Saturday,
police said.

ElBaradei suggests war crimes probe of Bush team

Former chief UN nuclear inspector Mohamed ElBaradei suggests in a new memoir that Bush administration officials should face international criminal investigation for the "shame of a needless war" in Iraq.

Bhatt to go to Iraq, meet scribe who hurled shoe at Bush

Noted film-maker Mahesh Bhatt, who is producing "The Last Salute", a play on the Iraqi journalist who threw a shoe at former US President George Bush, plans to visit the strife-torn country and meet him.

Bush drops Switzerland trip amid protests

The trip was cancelled after human rights activists threatened legal action.

Bush helped me get over sex tape leakage: Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian has credited her former boyfriend Reggie Bush with helping her recover the shock after the leakage of her sex tape with Ray J.

Bush, Palin speak on WikiLeaks leak

Former US President George W Bush
weighed in on the recent WikiLeaks leak during a live chat with Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg.

`Mush quit Pak presidency on Bush`s prodding`

Former Pak Prez Pervez Musharraf stepped down from his post because then US Prez George W Bush asked him to do so.

Bush to speak Winfrey, Leno, others

The world will soon be hearing a lot from former President George W Bush.

When Bush called Vajpayee for Iraq forces!

In 2003, the then prime minister
Atal Bihari Vajpayee`s office denied that George W Bush sought
his help in the US-led war in Iraq.

Cheney defends Bush-era anti-terror policies

US ex-vice president called the anti-terror policies "absolutely necessary".

Obama visits US troops, plans Bush call ahead of Iraq speech

US President Barack Obama met
with wounded US soldiers and prepared to call his predecessor
George W Bush a day ahead of an address marking the official
end of the US combat mission in Iraq.

Obama, with Bush and Clinton, seeks aid for Haiti

President Barack Obama, flanked by his predecessors George W Bush and Bill Clinton, on Saturday said the two former presidents would lead a national drive to raise money to help the survivors of Haiti`s devastating earthquake.

Fellow Iraqi turns tables on Bush shoe-thrower

An Iraqi reporter imprisoned for throwing his shoes at US President George W Bush found himself on the receiving end of a similar footwear attack in Paris on late Tuesday.

PM hosts lunch for Bush, says he is `great friend` of India

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh
today showered praise on former US President George W Bush,
describing him as India`s "great friend" who played a key role
in ending the country`s 34-year isolation in nuclear field.

Asia leading world out of downturn: Bush

Former US president George W. Bush praised Asian economies Wednesday for leading the global economy out of its slump, while warning against a rise in trade protectionism.

`Better than Bush` Obama deserves Nobel award: Iraqis

US President Barack Obama deserves
the Nobel Peace Prize because he has helped reduce violence in
Iraq and is "better than (George W) Bush," some Iraqis
interviewed by a news agency said on Friday.

Iraqi shoe thrower released; says he was tortured

The Iraqi journalist who threw his shoes at former President George W. Bush was released Tuesday after nine months in prison, and he said Iraqi security forces tortured him with beatings, whippings and electric shocks after his arrest.

Bush urges unified warning against N Korea

George W Bush has said the five nations involved in nuke disarmament talks with N Korea must send a unified warning against Pyongyang`s continued defiance.

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