But Post Haste is not just another book on India.
It may all be a put-on but Sri Lanka,it seems,is having a grand public relations party.
London would use its position in the UN to call for an independent international inquiry.
Khurshid said that India would help Tamil people in Sri Lanka in all ways it could.
Khurshid said that he didnt want to pin blame for the decision.
Sambanthan sidestepped a question on the absence of the Indian PM at the summit.
In his 08 memoirs,Advani had backed Modi and said he was more sinned against
US may be the pioneer in nuclear energy but the sector was hibernating so far.
The Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL) and Westinghouse Electric Co. propose to sign the agreement during Prime Minister Manmohan Singhs visit to the US.
Communication has not exactly been a strength of UPA-II. Prime minister Manmohan Singh has,in fact,extolled the virtues of silence.
A foreign journalist and his publication are caught in the crosshairs of the UPA government and not for the first time
Former supercop H T Sangliana says Karnataka police failed to react to complaints that led to flight to N-E
In this Idea Exchange moderated by Y P Rajesh (Resident Editor,Mumbai),Maharashtra CM Prithviraj Chavan says the civic polls could signal Senas decline ahead of 2014
A study by a top US think-tank has concluded that the security and diplomatic crisis triggered by the November 26,2008 terror attack on Mumbai by Lashkar-e-Toiba terrorists
The announcement about the arrival of Starbucks in India later this year has been greeted with a sense that the country of tea drinkers is finally set to wake up and smell the coffee.
Venturing to listen to an A R Rahman soundtrack in recent years has held the same dread as watching Sachin Tendulkar walk in to bat.
Behind recent blasts are home-grown outfits,autonomous yet networked with Lashkar.
Rahul Bhatts reading list: books on bugging,counter insurgency
On March 25 this year,Air Indias Chairman and Managing Director Arvind Jadhav issued a chargesheet to V Srikrishnan,Executive Director,Headquarters.
The failure of the UN and Western powers to stabilise Somalia and invest in its economy uniformly has seen piracy by its nationals soar by about 40 per cent in the Indian Ocean region in 2010.