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European leaders welcome Scottish vote for united UK

Jose Manuel Barroso said he welcomed the decision of the Scottish voters.

Read more: Europe, Germany, Scotland

Narendra Modi likely to attend technology fair in Germany in April 2015

Department of Commerce is in touch with key departments and leaders of Indian businesses, seeking their participation in the fair.


Germany to provide funds to Nazis’ child victims

The agreement would provide one-time payments of 2,500 euros ($3,280) for Jewish children who were in concentration camps.


Russia says ‘certain progress’ reached in Ukraine crisis talks

The foreign ministry said the sides focused on ways to quickly halt fighting and establish Ukraine’s control over its border with Russia .


Comet chaser reaches target after 10-year chase

The lander will glide down to the comet before shooting a harpoon into its porous surface to avoid drifting off again.

Read more: Germany, NASA, Rosetta
German fans react as they watch a live broadcast of the final match between Germany and Argentina (Source: AP)

Pride trumps glee, woe over German win

Every football fan in the City of Joy revelled in the World Cup finalists’ Kolkata connections.


Curious Case of German Sausages

“For the Indian palate, I will be reinventing some of these classics with chicken recipes,” he says.

Delhi confidential: Envoy to rescue

Among the guests was Markandey Katju, former Supreme Court judge and now chairman of the Press Council of India.


Germany asks top US spy to leave the country

German media have reported that the men are suspected of passing secrets to the US.


Germany arrests suspected double agent spying for U.S.

Opposition lawmakers called for diplomatic consequences if the allegations should prove true.

Read more: Germany, NSA, US, US Spying

Germany wants Modi to meet Merkel on his way to Brazil

Modi will be making a transit halt at Frankfurt on his way to Brazil to attend the BRICS summit in July.


Germany: Busy dodging distractions

Loew became his second ‘patient’ when the ever-so-calm German coach was hit with a six-month driving ban.


Injury time: Now Marco Reus ruled out

Reus turned his ankle on Friday, partially tearing the anterior ligament above his left ankle.


French Open: Eugenie back in the bottle

Former champ Maria Sharapova digs deep to ward off Bouchard, reaches third straight final.


In leagues of not their own

Spain have included nine players from foreign leagues, most ever in a World Cup.


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