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Pakistan’s Crisis Could End In A Military Coup

ISLAMABAD (TIP): Experts are not ruling out the possibility of a military takeover in Pakistan after the country’s top court ordered the arrest of the PM. Antigovernment protesters continue with their sit-in outside parliament. An […]

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Rapes In India

“Women are part of the human body. If one part of the body suffers, the whole body suffers. The main source of rapes in India is the electoral practice. Democracy in India is mainly by […]

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Dr. Sukhvinder Ranu Nostalgic about India, Tradition, Values

Dr. Sukhvinder Ranu is among those successful professionals who fully enjoyed the love and affection of a joint family. A son of High School teacher, Sardar Gurnam Singh, Dr. Ranu grew up in a family […]

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Foreign Tornados

The world’s high-risk tornado corridors are in the United States, Bangladesh, and Eastern India, but tornadoes can pop up almost anywhere, if the conditions are right. Other sites where tornadoes also appear include southern Canada, […]

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1984 Violence against Sikhs in India: Sikhs For Justice submits Genocide Petition to Obama Administration

NEW YORK (TIP): “A Petition has been tabled before Obama Administration urging to recognize the organized violence perpetrated against Sikhs during November 1984 as “Genocide”. With more than 46000 signatures (29,000 online and 17000 on […]

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UBS to Pay $1.5 Billion to Settle Libor Charges

NEW YORK (TIP): UBS AG became the second bank to settle accusations that it tried to rig benchmark interest rates, agreeing to pay roughly $1.5 billion in a deal with authorities in multiple countries that […]

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World Kabaddi Cup a Step in the Right Direction

The ancient game of Kabaddi is enshrined permanently in the mind of every son of the soil Punjabi. In olden times, it used to be played on the dusty grounds of village common land. There […]

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Nasa Photo Error Puts Mount Everest In India

KATHMANDU (TIP): The world’s highest mountain should not be hard to spot but American space agency Nasa has admitted it mistook a summit in India for Mount Everest, which straddles the border of Nepal and […]

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UN Secretary General Unveils the Aakash2 Tablet at the United Nations

UNITED NATIONS (TIP): On the occasion of India‘s Presidency of the UN Security Council, the Permanent Mission of India to the United Nations, New York hosted a special event to unveil and launch the world’s […]

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MoneyGram Launches ‘Bringing You Closer’ Global Holiday Campaign

DALLAS: MoneyGram (NYSE: MGI), a leading global money transfer company launched November 15 an integrated, multi-platform advertising and marketing campaign for the holiday season. MoneyGram’s “Bringing You Closer” campaign is designed to build consumer preference […]

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15 Ground-Breaking Documentaries premiered at SAFF’s 9th Annual International Film Festival

NEW YORK,NY (TIP): Despite the Hurricane Sandy onslaught, a large number of people attended the Sikh International Film Festival at the Asia Society to celebrate and commemorate Sikh art, culture, leadership, and films on Saturday, […]

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The United States and India: A Vital Partnership in a Changing World

The issue that I’ve been asked to address today — India‘s rise and the promise of U.S.-Indian partnership — is one of those rarest of Washington species, especially ten days before a Presidential election, a […]

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Hurricane Sandy ‘Frankenstorm’ may Pound the U.S. East Coast before

NEW YORK (TIP): After dropping heavy rains in Jamaica and slamming the Bahamas, leaving 21 dead, Hurricane Sandy may possibly hit the East Coast near Halloween, according to some meteorologists, who have dubbed it ‘Frankenstorm.’ […]

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AS I SEE IT A Liability for Our Nuclear Plans

In the context of the ongoing debate on Kudankulam, the question of nuclear liability has come to the fore again. As a person who has been engaged with this question almost 50 years ago, I […]

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Quran-burning US pastor barred from entering Canada for debate

TORONTO (TIP): The US pastor known for burning Qurans and inciting unrest in the Middle East was barred on Thursday from entering Canada, where he was set to attend a potentially divisive debate with a […]

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Auto parts industry attracts heavy online traffic: Study

Is among the top three sectors on B2B site in terms of the number of buyers it attracted from developed and developing countries NEW DELHI (TIP): A report by IndiaMART.com, one of India’s largest online […]

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Afghan burqa opponent wins ‘alternative Nobel’

STOCKHOLM (TIP): Afghan human rights activist, ex-minister and burqa opponent Sima Samar on Thursday won the Swedish Right Livelihood Award honouring those who work to improve the lives of others. Samar, 55, was honoured “for […]

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Flushing Saibaba temple to hold Gita discoursea

NEW YORK (TIP): The Saibaba temple on Robinson Street in Flushing, Queens is organizing a program on the Bhagavad-Gita on September 22, according to information given out by the temple management. The discourse will be […]

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Indian American director’s thriller wins another US

Washington (TIP): “9 Eleven”, a Bollywood-style thriller by Indian American director Manan Singh Katohara, has won the Best Narrative Feature Award at the 2012 Third World Independent Film Festival (TWIFF). The San Francisco festival celebrates […]

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As I See It: PHASING OUT CANADIAN STUDIES PROGRAM

Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (DFAIT) has lately announced that it will phase out the funding for the International Canadian Studies program, which lasted for about forty years. I received this announcement […]

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Renita Bakshi receives the “Best President” Award

Renita was presented the award by the world acclaimed innovator, Sam Pitroda NEW YORK (TIP): New York based Renita Bakshi, the Co-President of Network of Indian Professionals New York 2012 (NetIP-NY) was recognized as the […]