Kerala's red army sees red with wayward Moody attack
Malayali trolls famously skewered Maria Sharapova when she unwittingly asked ‘Sachin who?’ on twitter, and the same angst and use of choice epithets was on display as the comrades showered their ire on poor Moody.
Google doodle pays tribute to the man behind film montages, Sergei Eisenstein
The Russian director created a new form called 'montage of attr...
India most important strategic partner of Maldives: Maldivian President Maumoon Abdul Gayoom
Indian aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya along w...
Stalingrad: It time to remember the accomplishments of the Red Army
But how many Nato leaders or EU presidents and prime ministers have ever taken the time to visit the battle site, and perhaps lay a wreath to those whose sacrifice saved their civilisation?
Live English Premier League matches herald a new era for fan clubs in India
The big 4 English clubs — Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester United & Chelsea — all have one, or more, active fan clubs operating across Indian cities.
Mumbai 26/11 was a role model for Paris 13/11
Studying the Lashkar-e-Tayeba's 2008 terror operation in India helped the Islamic State carry out its attack on France last week. Doing the same can also help counter-terrorists.
Soviet bombers and Scythian mummies: The archaeology uncovered by climate change
In Poland, severe drought has revealed the remains of a Soviet fighter plane that went down in 1945.
Maoist threat? Telangana ministers get bullet-proof cars
Two deputy chief ministers T Rajaiah and Mahmood Ali were given two bullet-proof vehicles each while other ministers have been given one each.
China-India relationship could turn into a foreign policy headache for PM Narendra Modi
The love-hate Sino-Indian relationship could turn into a foreign policy headache for Narendra Modi.who is keen to copy Beijing’s manufacturing model
Red army kills 11 jawans in Orissa
Maoists blew up a van carrying Special Operation Group (SOG) personnel killing 11 of them in Orissa on Sunday.
Churchill wanted to gas Indian tribes during colonial rule: Giles Milton, British Historian
The British historian made the remarks following his appearance at the Wigtown Book Festival to promote his new book 'Russian Roulette', the paper said.
Red army 'graver' problem than jihadis, says PC
Time for Red menaces to back govt's efforts to neutralise the Naxalites.
Incursions via smuggling: Standoff between India & China hits trade of locals
The historical tracks that link Ladakh to the main Silk Route did not shut down after India and China officially sealed the borders.
Drones are at vanguard of US mission goal to dismantle Al-Qaida in AfPak
Today, Predator and Reaper drones fitted with high-precision missiles like Hellfire are the US military's weapon of choice in the AfPak theatre.
Asia, India and the West
Prudence and lessons from the last three decades of the West’s public policy choices should guide us, as the new ‘common sense’ celebrates Asian growth and predicts Western decline.
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