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V.K. Krishna Menon, a communist, fellow-traveling, anti-American firebrand in India's half-century of independence, did say one thing worth recalling: "You can say almost anything about India and it would be true."
Officials say managers at the luxury resort where Katy Perry and Russell Brand married are being charged with violating noise laws during last week's wedding near an Indian tiger reserve.
Chess has tens if not hundreds of millions of adherents around the globe. A few participate in world-class tournaments.Most play "coffeehouse" chess with friends and strangers alike.
Is the world's balance of power shifting away from the West and moving over to India and China? That's what a number of geopolitical sages are discussing in think tanks from Moscow to Beijing to London to Washington. In a joint SOS piece in the November-December issue of Foreign Affairs, former Deputy Treasury Secretary Roger Altman and the president of the Council on Foreign Relations, Richard N. Haass, warn U.S. leaders to curb "the current debt addiction - or global capital markets will do it for them."
The Obama administration has ordered a review of U.S. intelligence about David Coleman Headley, the Pakistani-American involved in plotting the 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai, to find out whether intelligence agencies failed to share reports that may have helped prevent the attack.
Behind the scenes within the Obama administration a vigorous debate took place over the president's upcoming visit to India.
The White House is disputing speculation that President Obama is avoiding an Indian temple so he won't have to wear a head covering that could fan misconceptions he's a Muslim.
The Sikh community urges President Obama to address the issue of discrimination on account of its diverse look, which requires wearing a turban and keeping a beard and moustache.
The economic crisis cut corporate research and development spending 1.9 percent worldwide in 2009 but China defied the trend, increasing its research investments by a whopping 40 percent.