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Narendra Modi's South Korea visit: Key points of focus for India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's last leg of his three-nation tour will be in South Korea. The PM will land in Seoul on May 18 after concluding his trips to China and Mongolia.

SAARC Summit 2014: Can Narendra Modi put India's neighbourhood in order?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the United Nations General Assembly.

What could push a child to the brink?

“What is the simplest way to die?”

Indira Gandhi – The Iron Lady of India

Indira Priyadarshini Gandhi is fondly remembered by Western press as the ‘Iron Lady of India.’

‘Batman: Arkham Origins’ — Dark Knight strikes again!

Picture this — Batman faces his life’s biggest challenge so far. The ruler of Gotham`s criminal underworld, crime lord Black Mask, places a bounty on Batman’s head and eight of the world’s greatest assassins land in Gotham to take a shot at the booty.

Rishikesh – The land of tranquillity

Rishikesh or the land of tranquillity, as I often refer it to as, never ceases to amaze me.

Building collapses in Thane, relief work on

A five-storeyed building collapsed in Mumbra on Saturday morning. Officials said casualties are feared as the building - Banoo Apartments - housed 42 families.

Muzaffarnagar riots: Another thorn in Congress’ skin

Religious riots never just happen, they are stoked.

Advaniji has failed to gauge public mood: Sushil Kumar Modi

Chief of BJP’s Bihar wing and ex deputy chief minister, Sushil Kumar Modi, launched a seething attack on LK Advani and criticised him on Twitter for opposing Narendra Modi.

Bharat Bhagya Vidhata`s India Ka Agenda discusses security woes of citizens

Barely had the law caught up with the perpetrators of the brutal Delhi gang-rape that another shocker from Mumbai was reported.

Modi may have peaked too soon before 2014 elections: Pawar

Attacking BJP’s Narendra Modi, NCP chief Sharad Pawar said that anyone projecting himself as leader too early before the poll is bound to fizzle out even before the actual contest begins.

What does Hosni Mubarak’s release mean for Egypt?

Ever since Hosni Mubarak was forced to step down as the President of Egypt following the protests of 2011, the country has yo-yoed between instability and unrest.

Kishtwar violence: Centre defends Omar Abdullah Govt

Responding to allegations made by Arun Jaitley of BJP who was stopped from visiting strife-torn Kishtwar of Jammu and Kashmir, P Chidamabaram said it wasn’t prudent of political leaders to visit area.

LoC killings: Armed forces have a free hand, says Antony

Faced with repeated ceasefire violations by Pakistan across Line of Control and aggression by China, Defence Minister AK Antony said Indian armed forces had free hand to take on aggressors.

Milkha Singh - The man, the legend

The `flying Sikh` beat all odds to emerge victorious.

Manchester City failed to turn up at Wembley

Manchester City`s not-so-fruitful season is on the brink of culmination.

Manchester United vs Manchester City: The derby that counts!

Not a single hyperbole does justice to the magnitude of emotions the Manchester derby evokes!

Union Budget 2013: Dear Finance Minister, show us ‘singletons’ some love

This Budget speech could well decide the future of the Congress and the ruling coalition.

Thomas Bourgin: Two-wheels move the soul

French rallyist Thomas Bourgin`s death at Dakar Rally reminds us just how unsafe bikers are.

Who let Mario Balotelli down?

As the news that Manchester City will be offloading their temperamental Italian striker Mario Balotelli emanated from the club headquarters at the Etihad Stadium, football pundits and English Premier League fans said it was a decision long awaited.