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Feb 14, 2014
World | Keith Bradsher and Eric Schmitt, The New York Times | Sunday March 9, 2014
Investigators trying to find out what happened to a Malaysia Airlines jet that disappeared somewhere over the Gulf of Thailand on Saturday were examining the usual causes of plane crashes: mechanical failure, pilot error, bad weather. But the discove...
Election 2014 | Edited by Shamik Ghosh | Wednesday March 5, 2014
Within hours of dates being announced for what is billed as the world's biggest election, politicking touched a new decibel all over the country. There was sabre-rattling, and there were street protests. There was deal-making, and other deals threate...
World | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday March 5, 2014
Facebook is in talks to buy a solar-powered drone startup in what could lead to making wireless Internet available in regions without online access, according to technology news website TechCrunch.
World | Alison Smale, The New York Times | Tuesday March 4, 2014
Rumor and raw nerves about Russia's intentions reverberated on Monday throughout Crimea and especially this Black Sea port, where dozens of Ukrainian sailors donned orange construction helmets and draped mattresses over the side of their ship in resp...
World | Quentin Hardy, The New York Times | Monday March 3, 2014
Big Internet companies love to talk about how they are "disrupting" one thing or another, but they still want what big companies have always wanted: workplaces that memorialize their products and values.
Saturday March 1, 2014
CEO Sergio Marchionne will be hoping the similarities don't end there as he orders up sporty new Alfa Romeos and sleek Maseratis in a bid to repeat in Italy what British brands like Mini and Jaguar have since achieved under foreign ownership.
World | Agence-France Presse | Friday February 28, 2014
A French man kept in solitary confinement in Cameroon for 17 years following a controversial embezzlement conviction arrived in Paris on Friday, ready for a new lease on life after what he said was an unimaginable ordeal.
Melena Ryzik, New York Times | Wednesday February 26, 2014
"So," he said, grinning, "what the hell can you ask me that you'd possibly be interested in, at this point?" And we were off. Here are excerpts from that conversation.
World | Andrew Higgins and Andrew E. Kramer, The New York Times | Sunday February 23, 2014
Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovych fled Kiev on Saturday to denounce what he called a violent coup.
Indo-Asian News Service | Saturday February 22, 2014
Calls to remove the Indian cricket team captain on the basis of poor overseas performances were not that common earlier but now fans have started to believe that India can win abroad. However, in this case as before, it will also depend on what opini...
Associated Press | Thursday February 20, 2014
Sochi has showcased President Vladimir Putin's grand project, using the Olympics to reshape the entire Black Sea resort region, with brand new facilities and infrastructure built from scratch.
Written By: Deepu Madhavan | Thursday February 20, 2014
Rihanna was the new young artist from Barbados who oozed a youthful Caribbean energy in all her songs. But what really made her the phenomenon we see now is her ability to constantly evolve and transform coupled with vast reserves of confidence and s...
Offbeat | Associated Press | Thursday February 20, 2014
Rumors have been swirling since news broke this week of a possible meeting between Apple's top executive for acquisitions and the CEO of electric car maker Tesla.
Offbeat | Associated Press | Wednesday February 19, 2014
In what may be the first college donation of the new electronic currency, a Bitcoin entrepreneur has made a $10,000 virtual donation to a Washington state liberal arts college.
World | Associated Press | Tuesday February 18, 2014
An artist is facing a criminal charge after police say he smashed a $1 million vase at Miami's new art museum to protest what he called its favouritism for international rather than local art.
India | Max Bearak, The New York Times | Friday February 14, 2014
For a century and a half, Madhu Munda's forebears toiled on the same tea plantation that she lives and works on now. Belonging to central Indian tribes brought to what is now the northeastern state of Assam by the British in the mid-19th century, the...
Opinion | Arun Jaitley | Friday February 14, 2014
What has happened today in the Lok Sabha has seriously hurt the credibility of India's Parliamentary functioning. Well-meaning individuals are likely to raise serious questions about the quality of Parliament functioning. All the debates of reasonabl...
Press Trust of India | Tuesday February 11, 2014
The International Olympic Committee lifted the ban imposed on India in December 2012 after the Indian Olympic Association held elections on Sunday in compliance with the IOC directives.
India | Edited by Surabhi Malik | Friday February 7, 2014
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today classified criticism of him in the media as the result of a paid campaign. "Why is Arvind wearing a new sweater? Why does he have new slippers? What about his big bungalow? They want to defame me. The peo...
Molly Wood, The New York Times | Thursday February 6, 2014
Phone makers should look around at what people are actually doing with their phones, and design accordingly for better selfies.