INTERNATIONAL AWAAZ

ISI wanted to recruit ex Indian military personnel

Pakistan’s spy agency ISI was planning to recruit retired Indian military personnel to penetrate into the system and then use them for its anti-India activities.

India welcomes release of sailors by Somali pirates

NEW DELHI: India has welcomed the release of six of its sailors held captive by Somali pirates on board a hijacked merchant vessel.”We are happy they have been released and the ship is now moving out,” External Affairs Minister S M Krishna told media persons here on Tuesday.

Slovenia seeks to boost economic ties with India

NEW DELHI: (AMN) Slovenia has sought to boost economic relations with India. Talking to newsmen here Tuesday, the visiting Slovenian Prime Minister Mr Borut Pahor said that he is looking for investment opportunities in India and vice versa.

World’s shortest man

A teenager from a poor family in the rural Philippines has been declared the world’s shortest man as he turned 18. Guinness World Records presented Junrey Balawing, who is 59.93cm tall,

India, Sri Lanka have ‘useful interaction’

COLOMBO: (AMN) The high-level Indian delegation, comprising National Security Advisor Shiv Shanker Menon, Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao and Defence Secretary Pradeep Kumar, has expressed satisfaction at the outcome of the various meetings held here with Sri Lankan leaders.

B-desh HC questions legality of Islam as state religion

DHAKA: (TIA) The High Court in Bangladesh Wednesday issued show cause notice to the authorities concerned as why declaration of Islam as the state religion of the country should not be declared illegal. The court has asked for reply in eight days.

Dalai Lama renounces politics

NEW DELHI (AMN) Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama on Thursday renounced active politics, saying the time had come for new independently elected leader.

India for stronger trade ties with China

NEW DELHI: (AMN) India on Monday strongly advocated a hassle free trade with China. It said that both the country should remove the trade imbalances to increase bilateral trade between the two countries. On the other hand Beijing called for building a strong strategic and economic dialogue to ..

Muslim to be Chief Scientist of NASA

WASHINGTON: (AMN) The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Administrator Charles Bolden has named Waleed Abdalati an Afghan-American Muslim as the agency’s chief scientist, effective January 3, 2011. According to NASA release Abdalati will serve as the principal adviser to the ..

India signs four nation gas pipeline deal

ASHKABAD (Turkmenistan): The long-awaited agreement over 7.6 billion US dollar gas pipeline project among Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India (TAPI) has been signed here on Saturday. The inter-governmental agreement and the Gas sales and purchase agreement were signed

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Karun, Axar star in India A’s 7-wkt win over Afghanistan A

India-A comfortably beat Afghanistan-A by seven wickets to register their first-win in the tri-nation 'A' tour ...

Sri Lanka turn down PCB’s invitation to play T20 in Pakistan

The Sri Lankan cricket board has turned down an invitation from the Pakistan Cricket Board to send its team to ...

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Mallya case: India gives fresh set of documents to UK

AMN India has given a fresh set of papers to the UK in the extradition case of businessman Vijay Mallya. Ex ...