Only Ramesh knows what he meant by his Modi-Nixon remark: Congress

Congress on Wednesday voiced its discomfort over Jairam Ramesh` remarks that PM Narendra Modi has the potential of emerging as `India`s Richard Nixon` in handling Pakistan and China.

After Tharoor`s `Modi 2.0` praise, Jairam Ramesh calls PM India`s Richard Nixon

Within weeks after Congress leader Shashi Tharoor was criticised by his own party for overtly praising the Prime Minister, it is now former rural development minister Jairam Ramesh who has dared to ruffle a few feathers by calling Narendra Modi `India`s Richard Nixon`.

``Deep Throat`` garage from US Watergate scandal to be razed

One of the most historic U.S. journalism sites will vanish after a Virginia county board voted to demolish the building and parking garage central to the Watergate political scandal of the 1970s.

A `Nixon`, Modi can resolve border row: Chinese daily

Saying he could become India`s `Nixon`, a Chinese strategic thinker said India`s prime minister-designate, Narendra Modi, can help resolve their dragging border dispute.

US TV journalist Barbara Walters bids farewell after 53-year career

Pioneering U.S. journalist Barbara Walters, who paved the way for women in television news and was the first female to co-anchor a network evening news program, retired on Friday after an illustrious 53-year career.

Beijing to Bieber as ping-pong extends reach

Table tennis bosses fear China`s dominance is potentially ruinous but the sport`s new street cred, a kaleidoscope of participating countries and its capacity for diplomacy underline its broad reach and potential.

`Richard Nixon kept quiet on Hindu genocide by Pakistan Army`

Ahead of Bangladesh`s liberation in 1971, the Pakistani Army "systematically committed genocide" of the Hindu community in the then East Pakistan.

Yoko Ono opens up about John Lennon`s infidelity

John Lennon`s former wife Yoko Ono has revealed that the reason behind the couple`s split in 1970s was because of the former Beatles ` one night fling with another woman.

Nixon tapes span Soviet summit, Watergate

President Richard Nixon and Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev chatted warmly in the White House before a historic summit in June 1973, as revealed by secretly recorded tapes released on Thursday.

Ex-Nixon adviser Leonard Garment dies in NY at 89

Leonard Garment, a lawyer who was a friend and adviser to President Richard Nixon as the Watergate scandal unfolded and who urged him not to destroy tapes of his conversations, has died at age 89.

Don`t think you`re supporting Pak: Indira told Nixon in 1971

"I don`t think you are supporting Pakistan. If you had taken a stronger line with (Pakistan military ruler) Yahya (Khan), you would have done more for Pakistan."

`Nixon faced revolt from diplomat on supporting Pak in 1971`

US Prez Richard Nixon had faced a virtual revolt from his diplomats with the State Dept team based in Dhaka writing the so-called Blood telegram, which was supported by Secy of State William Rogers, a new book has claimed.

Richard Nixon quietly advised Bill Clinton on post-Cold War tactics

In the final months of his life, disgraced former US President Richard Nixon quietly advised President Bill Clinton on navigating the post-Cold War world, newly declassified documents have revealed.

US President’s pet Bo a `political liability`

A George Washington University study concludes that President pets are “an important political force".

Washington remembering Watergate`s Charles Colson

Charles Colson, an adviser to former US president Richard Nixon who was involved in the Watergate scandal, has died aged 80.

`No secret deal between US, India during 1971 war`

Henry Kissinger has denied that that the US struck a secret pact with India to prevent an attack on West Pakistan in 1971.

Love letters reveal Nixon`s sensitive side

Long before Richard Nixon rose to power and fell from grace, he was just another man in love.

Richard Nixon had secret shrink sessions

The book, ‘The Gumshoe and the Shrink’, details how Nixon frequently saw a psychotherapist for treatment.

‘China’s Mao defied illness to meet Nixon in 1972’

Mao was so ill that he seldom met foreign leaders in person
in his later years.

Watergate break-in `silly,` Nixon told grand jury

Nixon also recounted how he became enraged when he learned about an 18.5 minute gap in a key tape recording.