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Love of yoga fuels a $27 bn industry across America

The ancient Indian art of keeping fit is going places fueling a $27 billion industry in America.

Guantanamo Prison Protest

US urged not to punish objecting Guantanamo nurse

American Nurses Association has urged America not to punish the objecting Guantanamo nurse.


What the world is reading

See what the world is reading.


Iran has ‘role’ in fighting IS militants: John Kerry

Kerry that combating the jihadist threat “there is a role for nearly every country to play, including Iran.”


TouchTone wireless speaker review: Good music on the go

The speaker also has good audio quality though a bit partial to bass.


‘Gangs of Wasseypur’ goes to America

Anurag Kahsyap’s two-part mafia drama ‘Gangs of Wasseypur’ is now set for a release in North America and Los Angeles.


India’s rising middle class competing with America: Barack Obama

I believe that a world of greater freedom and tolerance is not only a moral imperative but it also helps keep us safe, said Obama.


Ex-al-Qaida spokesman recounts 9/11 aftermath

Abu Ghaith was the final witness in his trial on charges he conspired to kill Americans and aid al-Qaida as a spokesman for the terrorist group.

Khurshid said the party did not need to lay its cards on the table.

US free to interact with Modi, but must apply standards consistent with its policy on human rights: Khurshid

Over Modi-Powell meeting, Khurshid hoped America would apply standards consistent with their human rights policies.

IOC President Thomas Bach (right) hands over the 2014 Sochi Olympics torch to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon as the relay arrived in Sochi Thursday. (Reuters)

On eve of Sochi opening, US warns of ‘toothpaste bombs’

Adding to the concern is a stream of threats from Islamist militants in the volatile northern Caucasus region.

Barack Obama, Joe Biden

Obama hints at easing stance on US immigration legislation

Obama said he would have to evaluate the implications of a process to allow people get legal status.

Davos dilemma: how to help, not harm, world’s fragile recovery

The risks policymakers face are slower US growth, euro zone deflation and bad loans in China.

US Jobless claims fall to lowest in a month

Economists polled had expected first-time applications to fall to 345,000 last week.

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To ensure diplomatic immunity,India shifts Khobragade to Permanent Mission in New York

Complication is that she would have to apply for a fresh diplomatic card through the UN.


US confirms Indian diplomat Devyani was ‘strip searched’,calls it ‘standard procedure’

Devyani Khobragade was arrested on December 12 by the US Department of State.