Kerela to hold International literary festival next year

An International Literary Festival on the lines of the famed Jaipur Literature Festival, will be organized during next year in Kozhikode.

How to spot a terrorist?

The US Department of Homeland Security has brought out a presentation that aims to educate people on recognising terrorists and how to report them.

Syrian Opposition calls for international monitors

Syria is becoming increasingly isolated with the US pulling out its ambassador to Damascus on Monday.

Syrian activists appeal for international help

It was the first direct call by the opposition for foreign intervention.

Neha Dhupia spotted with an international date in Toronto!

Bollywood is going international! Neha Dhupia was recently spotted at the IIFA Red Carpet in Toronto with a Venezuelan date.

International honour for Indian wine expert Subhash Arora

Arora was honoured with the prestigious Merite de l`OIV by the International Organization of Vine and Wine.

`Panda` climbs to top of international Box Office

After three weeks in release, ‘Kung Fu Panda 2’ has finally kicked and chopped its way to the top of the international BO.

US: International human trafficking racket busted

US authorities have busted an
international human trafficking racket and charged six persons for allegedly smuggling people from India and Brazil into the US borders.

International Shimla summer festival from June 2

The 5 day long International Shimla summer festival, a popular event during which Himachal Pradesh sees an increase in tourism, will start from June 2.

US unveils first international cyber security strategy

The Obama Admin has laid out plans for international cooperation in making the Internet more secure.

International collaboration brings higher profits: Shamir

Shamir Tandon says working with international artists helps open up the world market and brings more buyers.

India gets its second international art fair

Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2012 will take place in Kerala.

Maha ATS busts intl fake currency racket

Maharashtra ATS on Thursday claimed to
have busted an international fake currency racket with the
arrest of a man hailing from West Bengal and seized fake
currency of Rs 5 lakh from him.

Cuba to host cigar festival

Cigar lovers will get a chance to see how the famous Cuban cigars are made.

Bollywood celebrity `wars` go international

Bollywood celebrity media wars seem to have gone international and viral.

Second international auto show kicks off in Bangalore

A four-day-long International Auto Show 2011 (IAS-2011) began in Bangalore.

Tunku Varadarajan is Newsweek international editor

Indian-origin journalist Tunku
Varadarajan, who is currently national affairs correspondent
and writer at large for `The Daily Beast`, has been appointed
as international editor of the Newsweek.

International designer for India`s first night safari

Harrison will be designing the upcoming Greater Noida night safari.

International collectors reviving art auctions

The art market is flexing its muscles again, encouraged by recent auctions.

‘Asia sea rows should be resolved by international law’

US Secretary of State Hillary
Clinton said today, that maritime rows should be settled by
international law, remarks likely to rile China, which wants
to handle them directly with its neighbours.