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John Kerry always backed a ’central role’ for India

Washington, Feb 2: As Hillary Clinton passed on the baton of America’s top diplomat to John Kerry, a question was raised whether his supposed soft corner for Pakistan should be a cause for worry to New Delhi?

Much has been made out of his remarks during his confirmation hearings when he declined to make US aid to Islamabad conditional to the release of Pakistani doctor Shakil Afri...

 
Computer virus accuses victims of viewing child porn

London, Feb 2: Police in Germany are warning people about a computer virus that accuses victims of viewing “juvenile pornography”, BBC reported.

The “ransomware” virus also displays an image that claims it can reveal images of child sexual abuse have been viewed on a computer. The virus locks a computer and only returns control to its owner on payment of a 100 eu...

 
Obama awards science medal to Indian–American inventor

Washington, Feb 2: President Barack Obama has awarded Rangaswamy Srinivasan, an Indian–American co–inventor of LASIK eye surgery, with a national medal for science, technology and innovation along with 22 other researchers and inventors.

Srinivasan (82) an inventor at IBM Thomas J Watson Research Centre, received the 2011 National Medal of Technology and innovation with Samu...

 
Sikh community in US seeks gun–control measures

Washington, Feb 2: A Sikh group has urged communities of all faiths to observe on February 5, marking six months of the August 5 shooting at a Sikh gurdwara in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, with a call to lawmakers to pass gun control measures.

Appealing to all the Sikh gurdwaras to observe Sunday as ardas diwas, a prayer day, the Washington based Sikh Council on Religion and Education (SCORE) ...

 
Bangladesh government backtracks on rights

London, Feb 2: Bangladesh’s human rights situation worsened in 2012 as the government sought to narrow political and civil society space, Human Rights Watch (HRW) has said.

Its 665–page World Report 2013 also said that Dhaka shielded security forces from prosecution for abuses, failed to probe disappearances and killings, and announced stringent rules to monitor NGOs.

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Afghan rights at risk with military drawdown

London, Feb 2: Afghanistan’s human rights situation remained poor, with deterioration in some areas, and growing concerns for the future, especially about rights of women and girls, Human Rights Watch (HRW) has said.

In its World Report 2013, it said the Afghan government under President Hamid Karzai continued to allow rights–abusing warlords and corrupt officials to operate...

 
Hillary Clinton bids farewell as secretary of state

Washington, Feb 2: Hillary Clinton formally stepped down as US secretary of state on Friday with a letter to President Barack Obama and an emotional farewell address to the department she has run for four years. “I leave thinking of the nearly 70,000 people that I was honored to serve and lead as part of a huge extended family. And I hope that you will continue to make yourselves, make me, a...

 
Tulsi Gabbard joins push for US Diwali stamp

Washington, Feb 2: Tulsi Gabbard, the first Hindu–American to be elected to the US House of Representatives, has joined the co–sponsors of a House Resolution calling for the US Postal Service to issue a postage stamp to commemorate Diwali. “The Diwali festival honours self–awareness, righteousness, and service to others before ourselves,” she said noting the Indian &l...

 
France, Google reach deal to end row

Paris, Feb 2: French publishers and Google on Friday announced their accord to end a month–long dispute over whether the search engine giant should pay to display news content in its search results. “After intense negotiations, agreement was reached today,” the Elysee, the presidency office, said in a statement posted on its website, reported Xinhua. “The president of the R...

 
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 Arunachal News
Tuki bats for comprehensive plan to encourage spice cultivation
Indian Army, PLA hold first BPM at Kibithu
Spices Board to establish ’Spice Parks’ in NE
Thingbu cuts off, Pema inspects flood damaged sites
 Meghalaya News
Restructured housing scheme gathering dust
’Include peace as a curriculum in schools’
Tourist hubs inaugurated
 Northeast News
Delayed Mizoram budget in State Assembly on November 11
 Cachar News
Karimganj BJP office abuzz with ticket aspirants ahead of municipal polls
Cachar & Hailakandi deputy commissioners promoted to IAS
Bhai Dooj celebrated with traditional fervour
 National News
Owl Festival: A time to crack jokes in Varanasi
Villa Maya, where dining is more than a pleasure
’Direction is on my mind’
Indian wins Green Oscar for film on parrot
 International News
Iraqi forces, Kurdish Peshmerga free two towns from IS
Egypt closes Rafah crossing after deadly attack in Sinai
Bangladeshi leader, 63 activists arrested
US to blame if n–talks fail: Iran
 State-1
’Folk songs are gems of Assamese cultural hertitage’
NDFB (P) demands early release of kidnapped boy
Local Sports Club conducts cleanliness drive
Youth murdered in Bongaigaon
 State-2
NDFB (R) criticises TADA Court’s verdict
National Press Day
NDFB(S) militant nabbed
Cleanliness drive by Bongaigaon Development Authority
 Local Sports
CBSE basketball meet begins
AATA meeting today
South Point to host school soccer meet
Sahil to lead Guwahati
 Sports
Pankaj Advani clinches World Billiards Points Format title
Cuttack to host 1st India–Sri Lanka ODI
Dhoni buys Ranchi Rays hockey franchise
Saina ousted from French Open quarters
 Editorial
Presence of Jihadi Forces not a Figment of Imagination
Call for Development
Modi’s success makes BJP a one–man party
Letters to the Editor
 Op-Ed (Sunday)
Terry Walsh leaves ’sporting’ bureaucracy in a tizzy
Obesity a leading cause of many diseases
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