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Border row may cast shadow on Premier Li’s India visit: Experts

BEIJING (TIP): While there is no official announcement, officials say Li has has expressed wish to make New Delhi first halt of his maiden foreign tour and it is expected to take place in May. […]

Europe

Queens Borough President takes calls on Citizenship

Queens Borough President Helen Marshall and colleagues (L-R): Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer and Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz take calls during visit, Thursday, April 25th to Daily News/CUNY Citizenship […]

Europe

Sikhs seek Germany’s intervention to save Prof. Bhullar’s life

Sikh organizations representatives presented a memorandum to the German Consulate On 18th April 2013 seeking Germany‘s intervention in saving the life of Prof. Bhullar who is in death row in India

Europe

Sikhs demand freedom for Prof. Devenderpal Singh Bhullar

On April 18th, nearly 500 Sikh men and women demonstrated near the Indian Consulate in Manhattan to demand that Prof. Bhullar who has been sentenced to death be freed. The demonstrators shouted slogans against government […]

Europe

Willow Lake Trail is now Pat Dolan Trail

Queens Borough President Helen Marshall (C) joined, Sunday, April 21st elected officials and friends of late civic activist and parks advocate Pat Dolan to officially rename Willow Lake Trail as Pat Dolan Trail in memory […]

Other News

Vaisakhi a vibrant harvest festival of Punjab

Vaisakhi is one of the major festivals of Sikhs and is celebrated with lot of enthusiasm and gaiety in the state of Punjab and all throughout the world where there is a significant Sikh population. […]

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The Birth Of The Khalsa

IT was the Baisakhi day, March 30,1699. A large gathering of peasants was waiting anxiously. A strange excitement permeated the air. Something was going to happen. Something that would have an everlasting impact on Indian […]

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Significance Of April 13 Across India

There are various legends associated with the colorful and vibrant festival of Baisakhi. A study of these interesting legends of Baisakhi reveal that the day of Baisakhi is significant not just for Sikhs but also […]

India

Army, MEA bid can resolve LAC stand-off

NEW DELH (TIP)I: A third flag meeting to resolve the stand-off created by the April 15th Chinese incursion in Ladakh may be held on Friday, according to sources in the security establishment. The third meeting […]

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Controversial Bluestar memorial ready, to be inaugurated on Saturday

AMRITSAR (TIP): The Damdami Taksal, a Sikh seminary, announced on April 25 that the Operation Bluestar memorial – – built in memory of Sikh militants killed in the 1984 army operation inside the Golden Temple […]

India

Chit Fund-Tainted Bengal Government Still Holding Fort In Hinterland

NEW DELHI (TIP): It has been tumultuous last few weeks in West Bengal. Streets of Kolkata, which only two years ago witnessed one of the longest victory marches, is now filled with protest and anger. […]

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India protests questioning of UP minister at Boston airport

NEW DELHI (TIP): India has formally protested to the US the brief detention of Uttar Pradesh urban development minister Mohammad Azam Khan at Boston airport as he arrived to take part in an event at […]

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Khurshid to visit China on May 9

NEW DELHI (TIP): A cautious government on April 25 announced that foreign minister Salman Khurshid will indeed be travelling to Beijing on May 9, as India prepares to receive Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on May […]

Europe

Hundreds missing as Bangladesh toll tops 270

DHAKA (TIP): The search for survivors from Bangladesh‘s worst industrial accident stretched into a third day with the death toll rising to 273 after the collapse of a building housing factories that made lowcost garments […]

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Attacks on Sri Lankan monks were isolated incidents: INDIAN HIGH COMMISSIONER

COLOMBO (TIP): India has said that the recent attacks on Sri Lankan Buddhist monks in Tamil Nadu were isolated incidents and did not reflect the strong people-to-people bonds. “These were isolated incidents and did not […]

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Seven killed, dozens hurt in Afghanistan earthquake

JALALABAD (TIP): Seven people were killed, dozens injured and many homes destroyed when a powerful earthquake struck eastern Afghanistan on Wednesday, officials said. The quake, measured at a magnitude of 5.6 by the US Geological […]

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Begging becomes business in Pakistan

RAWALPINDI (TIP): The sight of children, the disabled and disadvantaged begging at all hours of the day and night in Pakistan is a grim, constant reminder of the millions who live in abject poverty. Yet […]

Europe

Fire in Russian psychiatric hospital kills 38

MOSCOW (TIP): Thirty-eight people, mostly psychiatric patients, were killed on April 26 in a fire that ravaged a hospital in the Moscow region, suffocating the victims as they slept behind barred windows. The deadly blaze […]

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US authorities recall baby dolls manufactured in India due to safety hazard

WASHINGTON (TIP): The US authorities have recalled handmade baby dolls manufactured in India as the toy poses “choking hazard” to young children. Sold in the US by Illinois-based Land of Nod, the baby dolls were […]

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Toy-car remote used in Boston bombings

BOSTON (TIP): The Chechen-origin Boston bombings suspects used a remote-control device from a toy car to set off explosives and apparently learnt to build a bomb from an al-Qaida online magazine, a top American lawmaker […]

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Sudan jails 7 state security agents over coup plot

KHARTOUM, SUDAN (TIP): A special court in Sudan on Thursday jailed seven members of the powerful state security service for up to eight years over a coup attempt last year, the service said. Their conviction […]

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Latin America threatened with cancer epidemic

SAO PAULO (TIP): Latin America faces a cancer epidemic unless governments act quickly to improve health care systems and treat the poor, scientists said. The researchers pointed to around 13 deaths for every 22 cancer […]

United States

Obama, ex-presidents honor George Bush at new museum

DALLAS (TIP): President Barack Obama praised his predecessor at the dedication of his library for showing strength and resolve in the days after the September 11 attacks and said if Congress passes immigration reform “it […]

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Us Senate Oks Bill To End Air Traffic Control Furloughs

WASHINGTON (TIP): The Senate approved hurry-up legislation on Thursday night to end air traffic controller furloughs blamed for inconveniencing large numbers of travelers as flight delays mounted. A House of Representatives vote on the measure […]

Business & Economics

Transition in Afghanistan: A War of Perceptions

Abstract: A decade after the military intervention that dislodged the Taliban-Al Qaeda combine, peace and stability continues to elude Afghanistan. There is still no consensus in Western capitals on what constitutes the ‘end-state’ in Afghanistan. […]