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Russia slams US for implicating rebels in jet crash

“Despite an obvious and indisputable nature of the arguments provided by rebels and Moscow, the US administration is pushing its own agenda,” said Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov .


Hope NSA surveillance on BJP has no impact on bilateral ties, says US as India lodges strong protest

US hopes that NSA spying on BJP, which has been objected to by India, won’t affect bilateral ties.

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India summons US envoy, says NSA spying on BJP is unacceptable, assure it won’t happen again

India terms the move to spy on BJP as unacceptable, seeks an assurance that it would not happen again.

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The meeting was attended by Narendra Modi and Rajnath Singh among others. (Express Photo by Prem Nath Pandey)

US spy agency NSA was authorised in 2010 to carry out surveillance on BJP: Washington Post report

BJP figures in the list of political parties for whom the NSA had sought permission to carry out surveillance.

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US sends another 300 military personnel to Iraq

Obama said that this force will remain in Iraq until the security situation becomes such that it is no longer needed.


Mt Sinha! US names mountain after Indian scientist

Akhouri Sinha was recognised by the US Geological Survey for his work he did as an explorer in 1971-72.


US sending 300 more troops to Iraq to protect citizens and property

The US is sending another 300 troops to Iraq to beef up security at Embassy and elsewhere in Baghdad area.

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US plane makes emergency landing after escape slide inflates at 38,000 ft

A US plane carrying 101 people made an emergency landing after its escape slide opened mid-air.

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Russia accuses US of fuelling Ukrainian crisis

Sergey Lavrov said that chances for settling the Ukrainian crisis would have been higher if it only depended on Russia and Europe.


Victim’s father says two men in USA behind the attack; police story differs

The two men in the USA, the three assailants and the young man himself, all are from Bagha Purana area of Moga.

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Iraq appeals for US air strikes on advancing militants

“Iraq has officially asked Washington to help… and to conduct air strikes against terrorist groups,” said Iraq’s foreign minister.

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Photoshopping is not bad, bad Photoshopping is

Consumer surveys reveal that women and men will buy a magazine if the cover photo is an attractive one. This is why fashion magazines and their thigh-gapped models are coveted.


USA: The Big Brothers

The USA is not one of the teams that will have the opposition in a panic in Brazil.

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Karachi attack probe: US offers assistance to Pakistan

The US condemned the Karachi incident, offering assistance to Pakistan into investigating the Karachi incident.


Hillary Clinton a weak woman, her statements were never too graceful: Vladimir Putin

In an interview, Putin did not hide that he found Clinton’s Hitler-like comments extreme.