Agence France-Presse | Sunday June 16, 2013, Tehran
Hassan Rowhani, the cleric who won Iran's presidential election on Saturday, is a moderate who has pledged to engage more with world powers in hopes of easing crippling economic sanctions.
John M. Broder and Scott Shane, The New York Times | Sunday June 16, 2013, Washington
From Edward J. Snowden's friends and his own Web postings emerges a portrait of a man who did not finish high school but bragged that employers "fight over me."
Agencies | Friday June 14, 2013
Less than two years after Wendi Deng made headlines for trying to puch an activist who had attacked her husband, media mogul Rupert Murdoch, with a shaving foam pie, the couple have filed for divorce.
NDTV.com | Wednesday June 12, 2013
Amit Shah is prominent among those whose careers have been resurrected by the recent "Modi-fication" of the BJP. The Gujarat heavyweight has taken charge of the party's fortunes in Uttar Pradesh and has declared that India's most populous state will lead the NDA's return to power in next year's general elections.
Vidya Charan Shukla, a Congressman by origin who changed parties, had a long and chequered political career but he will remain best known for his iron-fist handling of the media during the infamous Emergency.
Reuters | Monday June 10, 2013, Washington/Hong Kong
Edward Snowden's decision to flee to Hong Kong as he prepared to expose the US government's secret surveillance programs may not save him from prosecution due to an extradition treaty in force since 1998.
NDTVSports | Monday June 10, 2013
Every sport has its list of legends. In the tennis hall of fame, Rafael Nadal's very own palatial space is prime property. On Sunday, the Spaniard also stepped firmly into history books by becoming the first player ever to win the same Grand Slam eight times - French Open - when he defeated compatriot David Ferrer.
Will Narendra Modi be the BJP's candidate for Prime Minister in the Lok Sabha elections 2014? The party is not telling yet, but it has appointed the Gujarat Chief Minister as chairman of its election strategy committee after a two-day conclave in Goa.
Edited by Amit Chaturvedi | Friday June 7, 2013
Raj Kundra describes himself on his website as a college drop-out made rich by the discovery of pashmina shawls on a visit to Nepal. He calls it life-changing.
Edited by NDTVCricket | Wednesday June 5, 2013
Umesh Yadav utilised his opportunity to the fullest when he played in the second warm-up match against Australia in Cardiff on Tuesday. Rested for the first warm-up against Sri Lanka in Birmingham on June 1, Yadav made himself count with a brilliant five-wicket haul that consigned Australia to a humiliating 242-run defeat, just days before the ICC Champions Trophy kicks off on June 6.