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New Delhi, June 18 : After the popularity of Bollywood hit film "3 Idiots" in China, official level talks were held here Tuesday on working out ways to screen more Indian films in that country as well as enter into film co-production.
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A vehicle stuck in silt deposited by flood waters in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand on Tuesday.
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New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's advisor T K A Nair will soon be called by the CBI to record his statement in the coal blocks allocation scam case even as the agency summoned as accused former Coal Secretary H C Gupta and quizzed two former PMO officials.
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New Delhi, June 17 : The telecom regulator Monday reduced national roaming calls and SMS tariff ceilings from next month and said it would allow telecom service providers to offer national mobile roaming to subscribers for a fixed fee from the same date.
India's relentless search for hydrocarbons to fuel its booming economy has managed the rather neat diplomatic trick of annoying Washington, delighting Tehran and intriguing Baghdad, all the while leaving the Indian Treasury fretting about how to pay for its oil imports, given tightening sanctions on fiscal dealings with Iran.
New Delhi, June 17 : Actress Manisha Koirala, who has successfully battled ovarian cancer, maintained a vibrant and cheerful demeanour as she stepped out for a public function in New York recently.
In perhaps the last reshuffle and expansion of the Union Council of Ministers, Mallikarjun Kharge was today made the Railways Minister as eight more were inducted with veterans Sis Ram Ola and Oscar Fernandes making a comeback.
Last week, Bloomberg news reported that sales of George Orwell's novel 1984, featuring a futuristic totalitarian state jumped on the Amazon.com website following reports of a classified programme that lets the US government collect personal data.
By buying up billions of dollars worth of foreign gold, they are sending Indian cash overseas, disrupting the balance money entering and leaving the country, and thus driving down the value of the rupee.
An Indian man looks at the water splash from the tyres of a bus, as he walks with his bicycle through a water-logged road during a prolonged spell of pre-monsoon rain in Amritsar, India, 15 June 2013.
Men lying down on the ground mimicking dead bodies at a protest on Dec. 29, 2012, as they mourned the death of a 23-year-old woman who was gang raped in Delhi on Dec. 16. Last December, a young woman we call "Nirbhaya" was so brutally assaulted and raped by six men on a bus that she died from her injuries two weeks later.
An Indian fruit-seller covers his cart with a plastic sheet during a heavy downpour in New Delhi on June 17, 2013.
An Indian street child dances in the middle of a road as monsoon rains fall in New Delhi on June 16, 2013.
Chaperones Reba and Wendell Barnes pose with Darlington students at the airport before the group left for India.
Coinciding with the Environment month, June 2013, Maruti Suzuki India have rolled out the CNG variant of the its popular Ertiga MPV.
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America's "pivot" to the Asia-Pacific continues to hog the limelight even though the official phrase in Washington is now "strategic re-balancing."