An American television station that sparked an outrage among the Hindus by using the term "weird" to describe their deities in a sports commentary, has removed "objectionable" content from its website after protests from the community.
However, he said Taliban negotiators had asked for the release of several key prisoners from Guantanamo, Bagram, Pul-e-Charkhi and other prisons as they would be part of the "formal negotiations".
Barely a day after President Barack Obama hit out against outsourcing, HCL Technologies' Vice Chairman Vineet Nayar made a major announcement here that his company would create 10,000 locals jobs in the US and Europe in the next five years.
Gingrich the winner? Analysts ruled out possibility saying he is not trusted by the Republican establishment, which will now rally around completely behind Romney, or even Santorum.
In short, there is pressure on India to reduce its crude oil purchases from Iran, which, New Delhi insists, will happen anyway because of US sanctions on the Iranian central bank.
'The late night talk shows are flippant most of the time in the US," External Affairs Minister S M Krishna said in New Delhi.'
What else the United States has promised Burma in exchange for normalizing relations is a matter of conjecture, but a partial lifting of sanctions and granting Burma access to international monetary institutions have been mentioned.
In an ominous sign for America's economic growth prospects, workers are paring back contributions to college funds and growing numbers are borrowing from their retirement accounts.
'Golden temple is Sikh community's most sacred place. Even our Prime Minister went there for praying in the New Year. I believe that the person who has shown is not that ignorant. The American Government should also look at this kind of thing," the NRI Affairs Minister said.'
'That's the reason we maintain a presence in the Middle East ... We want them to know that we are fully prepared to deal with any contingency and it's better for them to try to deal with us through diplomacy.'