World-power foreign ministers press for Iran deal

World-power foreign ministers were due Sunday to make a final push to get Iran to agree to curtail its nuclear programme days before a looming deadline to agree the outlines of a deal.

Opposition criticises Goa govt's expenses on tourism events

The Opposition members in Goa Assembly Tuesday criticised the state tourism department for huge expenditure on its foreign and domestic events, without conducting a pre-audit of the expenses.

Thai military junta denies crackdown on foreign workers

Thailand`s military-run National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) Monday clarified that it wasn`t cracking down on migrant workers.

PCB mulling over inviting foreign teams to Pak after World T20

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is reportedly considering inviting foreign teams after the conclusion of the World Twenty20 in a bid to revive international cricket in the country.

Foreign Secretary to pay two-day visit to Nepal

Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh will leave for Nepal on Saturday on a two-day official visit during which she will discuss key bilateral and regional issues with the leadership there.

Putin says he may review `foreign agents` law

Russian President Vladimir Putin said Friday he may recommend changes to a much-criticised law branding some non-governmental organisations as "foreign agents" for their links to the West.

PCI issues guidelines for publishing foreign vacancy ads

In an effort to safeguard interests of overseas job aspirants, Press Council of India has issued guideline to regulate procedure followed by companies for advertising overseas vacancies in newspapers.

`India open to foreign expertise for Aakash`

India is open to collaboration with
international companies for future development of Aakash
tablet, Union HRD Minister Kapil Sibal said.

Foreign, local militants pose grave threat to J&K

Government on Wednesday said presence
of both foreign and local militants continues to be a matter
of grave threat to the peace and security of the people of
Jammu and Kashmir.

ISRO now eyes taking foreign satellite on rent

Indian Space Research Organisation presently has 175
transponders in a mix of C, Extended-C, Ku and S bands and
has taken on lease 86 and half foreign transponders but faced
a huge order book position.

Congressman urges ceasing all foreign aid to Pakistan

A first time Congressman from
Florida has urged to end all US aid to Pakistan
arguing that it is impossible to believe that al-Qaeda chief
Osama bin Laden was hiding so close to Islamabad without any
support infrastructure.

Foreign feet on India`s traditional dance floor

Mohiniyattam has kept Russian dancer Olga Stoliarova wedded to India.

Foreign help for Kerala archives

AusHeritage will work on a day-long training forum for museums in Kerala.

Zimbabwe to seize foreign businesses

Zimbabwe`s defiant president has
threatened to seize foreign businesses in retaliation for
Western economic sanctions targeting him and his supporters
over alleged human rights abuses in the southern African

Six foreign militants among 16 killed in Somalia

Officials in Somalia say six
al Qaeda-connected foreign fighters and two African Union
soldiers are among 16 people killed in two days of fighting in
the capital.

100 foreign agencies test US networks: Official

More than 100 foreign
intelligence agencies have tried to breach US defense
networks, largely to steal military plans and weapons systems
designs, a top Pentagon official has said.

Sex racket involving foreign women busted, five arrested

Delhi Police on Thursday claimed to
have smashed a sex racket involving foreign women with the
arrest of five.

No inputs that Naxals getting foreign help: Govt

Government on Tuesday said there were no
inputs to suggest that Naxalites are getting financial and
logistic support from foreign countries.

Foreign Naxals not present in Chhattisgarh: CM Raman Singh

There is no evidence to suggest
presence of foreign Naxalites in Chhattisgarh, Chief Minister
Raman Singh has said.

Russia to expand foreign naval bases: Medvedev

President Dmitry Medvedev said
on Thursday that Russia intended to expand the number of its foreign
naval bases as it tries to catch up with the military
capabilities of the West.