Not surprised at India's ouster: George Bailey
Not surprised at India's ouster: George Bailey

Australian captain George Bailey is not surprised that India did not qualify for the tri-series final and said that concentrating on Test cricket before heading into the ODI event might have been the reason for their below-par showing.

Pleased with the direction team is going in: Jos Buttler
Pleased with the direction team is going in: Jos Buttler

England wicketkeeper-batsman Jos Buttler is pleased with the way his team has shaped up for the World Cup after beating India twice in the tri-series but said they are desperate to test their skills against a much-fancied Australia in the finals, here on Sunday.

US rejects Pakistan criticism of India-US nuclear deal

Rejecting Pakistani criticism of India-US nuclear deal reached during President Barack Obama`s India visit, the US has said it`s simply an understanding on implementing the stalled nuclear deal.

Indian-origin man jailed for computer hacking in Singapore

 A 36-year-old Indian-origin man has been jailed for four years and eight months on charges of hacking computers of at least seven organisations including the ruling party in 2013.

'Buffer zones, corridors crucial factors to conserve tiger population'

The booming tiger population in India has resonated happy echoes across the world.

'Barack Obama's India trip a perfect example of positive foreign policy'

Calling President Barack Obama's India trip "a perfect example of positive foreign policy" noted Indian-American journalist Fareed Zakaria has advised Washington to be similarly engaged elsewhere.

India for greater female participation in UN peace efforts

 To protect women caught in conflicts, India has called for greater female participation in UN peace efforts and a broader approach that focuses on "peacebuilding" rather than concentrating on traditional peacekeeping operations.

White House describes West Wing's this week as 'Namaste Obama'

The White House has described this week in the West Wing as "Namaste Obama" reflecting the successful visit of President Barack Obama to India.

Uber probed by US judge on driver benefits

A US judge appeared sceptical on Friday about Uber`s bid for a quick pretrial ruling that its drivers are contractors and not employees, a critical question facing Silicon Valley`s sharing economy.

Uber will improve privacy, data security following report

Ride service Uber, which is trying to enhance its image after several controversies, on Friday released the findings of a report on its handling of passenger data and said it would act on all the report`s recommendations for improvements.

'Personal chemistry of Barack Obama, Narendra Modi to drive Indo-US ties'

The strong personal chemistry between President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi would drive the Indo-US strategic relationship, a top American Senator has said.

`US should seize the chance to work with Narendra Modi`

The US should seize the chance to work with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is focused on economic reforms and America could boost trade with India by supporting its membership in the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, an expert has said.

Relationship with India and Pakistan stand on their own: US

The relationship of US with India and Pakistan "stand on their own" and are not linked to each other, the Obama Administration has said stating that its relationship with the two South Asian neighbors remain strong.

Delhi polls: Is Kejriwal speaking the separatist's language?

BJP in its five questions posed to AAP Leader Arvind Kejriwal has asked him to explain his party's link with the foreign volunteers asking the people of Delhi to vote for AAP.

Delhi polls: Is Kejriwal speaking the separatist's language? Part-2

BJP in its five questions posed to AAP Leader Arvind Kejriwal has asked him to explain his party's link with the foreign volunteers asking the people of Delhi to vote for AAP.

Obama's message on tolerance was 'universal': US ambassador

Days after the US President made a strong pitch for religious tolerance during an address here, US Ambassador to India Richard Verma on Friday downplayed that it was a subtle message to India, saying Barack Obama's message was "universal" and he was speaking as much for American people as for Indians.

Dismal India need to raise their standard as World Cup looms
Dismal India need to raise their standard as World Cup looms

India were ousted from the ODI tri-series by England who scripted a three-wicket victory against MS Dhoni's side in Perth on Friday. England booked their place in the final and will play giants Australia. For India their sorry state of affairs outside the sub-continent continued as the side failed to register a single victory in the tri-series.

Attack against minorities in India increases: US lawmaker

As many as 38 incidents targeting the Christian community in India were reported in the last two months of 2014, a Republican lawmaker has claimed, alleging that there is rise in attack against the minorities.

Pakistan fears arms race in South Asia

Pakistan has said the Indo-US agreements signed during President Barack Obama's visit to New Delhi would spark an arms race in South Asia, days after the US and India reached a nuclear trade breakthrough and agreed to extend defence cooperation for another ten year.