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Spy agencies not doing enough to promote real-life Jane Bonds

Spy agencies not doing enough to promote real-life Jane Bonds

London: British lawmakers say the country's intelligence agencies, which inspired James Bond, are not doing enough to promote real-life Jane Bonds.   A report on women in the intelligence services says female staff are being held back by a layer of  more
Space: US wary of China, seeks deeper ties with India
Space: US wary of China, seeks deeper ties with India
New Delhi: Expressing concern over China developing “disruptive and destructive” counter-space capabilities, US today sought deeper cooperation with India ahead of the first Indo-US Space Security Dialogue here.Underlining that threats to space services are increasing as potential adversaries pursue disruptive  more
Kathmandu-Varanasi bus service flagged off
Kathmandu-Varanasi bus service flagged off
Kathmandu: Nepal and India today launched a direct bus service between Kathmandu and Varanasi from here, linking the two prominent cities - home to Pashupatinath and Kashi Vishwanath temples.The regular Kathmandu-Varanasi-Kathmandu bus service was flagged off from near Dashrath Stadium  more
UN rules out inquiry into allegations against RK Pachauri
UN rules out inquiry into allegations against RK Pachauri
New York: The United Nations has ruled out an inquiry into the allegations against former chair of the UN's panel on climate change Rajendra Pachauri and said a a new head will be elected later this year to replace him."We're  more
Nirbhaya rape convict's remarks 'unspeakable': Ban Ki-moon's spokesperson
Nirbhaya rape convict's remarks 'unspeakable': Ban Ki-moon's spokesperson
United Nations: The remarks by one of the Delhi gang-rape convict blaming the victim for the assault are ‘unspeakable’, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's spokesperson has said, stressing the need for men to get involved in halting violence against women.Ban's spokesperson  more
Aus researchers among Indian invent key tiny optical antenna
Aus researchers among Indian invent key tiny optical antenna
Melbourne: Three researchers including an Indian student in Australia have invented tiny optical antennas which offer the potential to measure food safety,identify air pollutants and treat deadly diseases like cancer. The new cubic antennas are envisioned for 'laboratories-on-a-chip' applications by  more
Obama re-nominates Indian-American to key administration post
Obama re-nominates Indian-American to key administration post
Washington: US President Barack Obama has re-nominated Sunil Sabharwal, an independent Indian-American investor, to a key administration post as Alternate Executive Director at the IMF.First nominated in April 2014 to the position of Alternate Executive Director of the International Monetary  more
US Ambassador to South Korea assaulted in Seoul: US
US Ambassador to South Korea assaulted in Seoul: US
Washington: US Ambassador to South Korea Mark Lippert was assaulted in Seoul this morning while giving a speech, the State Department has said.  “We can confirm that US Ambassador to the Republic of Korea Mark Lippert was assaulted Thursday morning  more
Swine flu: UAE advises citizens against travelling to India
Swine flu: UAE advises citizens against travelling to India
Dubai: The United Arab Emirates (UAE) Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Abu Dhabi warned its citizens against travelling to India due to the spread of swine flu.Out of the 9 million residents in the UAE, around 30 percent are Indian  more
Microsoft co-founder says he found sunken Japan World War II warship
Microsoft co-founder says he found sunken Japan World War II warship
Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist Paul Allen has located a Japanese battleship that was considered one of the world's largest and most technologically advanced warships when it was sunk off the Philippines during World War II.The Ship was found in Sibuyan  more
Human waste left by climbers polluting Mount Everest
Human waste left by climbers polluting Mount Everest
Kathmandu: Climbers and guides who spend nearly two months on Everest's slopes each climbing season have left a lot of trash and human waste, causing pollution and threatening to spread disease.More than 700 climbers and guides who embark on the  more
Pakistan must shed its ideological obsession on Kashmir, says former diplomat
Pakistan must shed its ideological obsession on Kashmir, says former diplomat
New Delhi: Hussain Haqqani, former Pakistan ambassador to the United States, has said Pakistan must give up its "ideological obsession" on Kashmir, as it no longer enjoys the support of the international community over this issue.Speaking at the Royal Institute  more
SAARC Yatra: S Jaishankar in Afghanistan for talks
SAARC Yatra: S Jaishankar in Afghanistan for talks
Kabul: Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar arrived here today to hold talks with the Afghan leadership as part of his 'SAARC Yatra' aimed at firming up India's ties with members of the grouping while reviewing regional and bilateral cooperation.Jaishankar, who flew  more
India-Pak tension affecting regional stability, says US Centcom chief
India-Pak tension affecting regional stability, says US Centcom chief
New Delhi: US Pentagon Central Command chief General Llyod Austin has told a Congressional committe in Washington that India-Pakistan tension is affecting regional stability and directly impacting Pakistan's strategy in Afghanistan.Gen Austin told the US Congress House Armed Services Committee  more
World's oldest person celebrates a day before turning 117
World's oldest person celebrates a day before turning 117
Tokyo: World's oldest person says 117 years doesn't seem like such a long time.Misao Okawa, the daughter of a kimono maker, made the comment Wednesday, at a celebration a day before her 117th birthday. Appropriately, she was wearing a pink  more
Relax! Adults only catch flu about twice a decade
Relax! Adults only catch flu about twice a decade
London: Adults over the age of 30 only catch flu about once every five years, researchers have calculated.While children get flu on average every other year, flu infections become less frequent as people progress through childhood and early adulthood, the  more
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