Europe

Landmine Kills Four Malian Troops As France Mulls Exit

GAO, MALI (TIP): Four Maliantroops were killed by a landmine interritory reclaimed from Islamistrebels, police said on Feb 8 as Francemulled handing over its four-week-oldintervention to UN peacekeepers.The deadly explosion Wednesdaybetween the northern towns ofDouentza […]

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Business & Economics

India The Growth Story

Economy The economy of India is the tenthlargest in the world by nominal GDP and the third largest by purchasing power parity (PPP). The country is one of the G-20 major economies and a member […]

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India

US Muscling into Indian Defense Market

NEW DELHI (TIP): The US is steadily muscling into the lucrative Indian defense market, giving jitters to traditional arms suppliers like Russia, Israel, France and the UK. Having already notched up arms sales worth $8 […]

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I doped to create a level playing field, ‘bully’ Lance Armstrong says

CHICAGO (TIP): Lance Armstrong finally admitted it. He doped. He was light on the details and didn’t name names. He mused that he might not have been caught if not for his comeback in 2009. […]

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Europe

Thirty Hostages Reported Killed In Algeria Assault

ALGIERS (TIP)- Thirty hostages and at least 11 Islamist militants were killed on Thursday when Algerian forces stormed a desert gas plant in a bid to free many dozens of Western and local captives, an […]

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Incredible India

Trichy rich in heritage and history

From the pages of literature to the minds of historians, Trichy occupies a special place. Here’s a look at all the things that our city can call its very own… Trichy is a city of […]

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Europe

India Says Contract On French Rafale Jets Being Fine-Tuned

PARIS (TIP): India is fine-tuning a contract to buy 126 French-made Rafale fighter jets, foreign minister Salman Khurshid said, adding that Paris would have to “wait a little” to pop the bubbly. India last year […]

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Business & Economics

Lance Armstrong`S Fall From Grace

By the time Lance Armstrong won his seventh Tour de France title, he was already a living legend. Besides being a champion athlete, Armstrong fought a battle with cancer and his successful return to one […]

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AS I See It:Restricting Guns: Now It Is Between Lawmakers And National Rifle Association

Adam Lanza, clad in ‘black battle fatigues and a military vest’ picked up the deadliest arms as if to wage a battle against his enemies and thus become a ‘martyr’ to the memory of his […]

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Europe

French Court Orders Sipa News Agency Closed

PARIS (TIP): A French court has ordered the liquidation of the text service of the Sipa news agency, and bankruptcy protection for its photo service. Sipa announced the decision Thursday by the Paris commercial court. […]

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French men not producing as much sperm, study finds

PARIS (TIP): When it comes to sperm counts, French men aren’t what they used to be, according to a new study. Researchers found that between 1989 and 2005, the number of sperm in one milliliter […]

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Business & Economics

IIM-A among top three in Asia- Pacific for B-school graduate employability: REPORT

Mumbai: A report by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) on the value of MBA programmes around the world in terms of graduate employability has shown Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad , is among the top three business […]

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India

Ghaziabad to Host Interpol Program

NEW DELHI (TIP): India has requested Interpol to come up with a special notice for terror cases, which is not a part of the existing red corner notice. The request was made at the recently […]

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Business & Economics

The Nobel Peace Prize for 2012 Is Unquestionable

The peace prize awarded by the Nobel Committee to the European Union in 2012 has outraged and baffled many, and many more have derided it as shameful, absurd, satirical and a joke. The reason for […]

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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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Europe

Chinese novelist Mo Yan wins Literature Nobel

BEIJING (TIP):Writer Mo Yan, whose complex world of fiction often reminds readers of William Faulkner and Gabriel Garcia Marquez, pipped bookmaker’s favourite Japanese Haruki Murakami to become the first Chinese citizen to win the Nobel […]

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Lance Armstrong: Downfall of a sporting icon

PARIS (TIP): Once a symbol of perseverance in the face of the most incredible odds, Lance Armstrong now seems destined to go down in history as one of the most brazen dope cheats that sport […]

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Business & Economics

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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Europe

Pakistan is developing non-strategic nuclear arms: US experts

WASHINGTON (TIP): To enhance its nuclear capability, Pakistan is developing non-strategic nuclear weapons, and thus joining the ranks of countries like the US and Russia, an American think-tank has said. India, however, not listed among […]

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United States

Netanyahu draws ‘red line’ on Iran’s nuclear program

UNITED NATIONS (TIP): Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu drew a “red line” for Iran‘s nuclear program on Thursday despite a U.S. refusal to set an ultimatum, saying Tehran will be on the brink of developing […]

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Europe

Islamic body warns of turmoil over French cartoons

JEDDAH (TIP): The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation has warned that cartoons of the Prophet Muhammed published in France will trigger a new wave of anti-Western violence. In a statement, OIC chief Ekmeledd in Ihsanoglu” expressed […]

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Egypt’s mufti urges Muslims to endure insults peacefully

CAIRO (TIP) – Muslims angered by cartoons mocking the Prophet Mohammad should follow his example of enduring insults without retaliating, Egypt‘s highest Islamic legal official said. Western embassies tightened security in Sanaa, fearing the cartoons […]

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India

India scores a perfect ton in space

Bangalore (TIP): An Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) rocket on Sept 9 successfully put into orbit two foreign satellites, making the space agency’s 100th mission a grand success. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was present at […]

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Business & Economics

HAQQANI NETWORK AS FTO: WHAT IMPACT?

By B.Raman In a report to the US Congress on September 7,2012, Mrs. Hillary Clinton, US Secretary of State, intimated it of her decision to designate the Haqqani Network, an affiliate of the Afghan Taliban […]