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  • white house asks youtube to review anti islam video

    White House asks YouTube to review anti-Islam video

    World | September 15, 2012 12:49 IST

    Washington, 15 September:  Hit by spiraling tide of anti-American protests in the Muslim world, the White House today asked Google-owned YouTube to review continued uploading of a controversial film deemed offensive to Islam. Holding the video

  • anti us protests in srinagar

    Anti-US protests in Srinagar

    India | September 14, 2012 17:48 IST

    Srinagar, Sep 14: Dozens of Kashmiri protestors raised anti-US slogans against the controversial film "Innocence of Muslims" after Friday prayers at several places in Srinagar in the afternoon.Protests were held in Nowhatta, Maisuma, Hazratbal, Alamgiri

  • sri rama sene protests casting of veena malik in kannada

    Sri Rama Sene protests casting of Veena Malik in Kannada film

    Bollywood | July 10, 2012 9:26 IST

    Bangalore: Activists of right wing outfit Sri Rama Sene on Monday staged a protest against casting of controversial Pakistani actress Veena Malik in the Kannada version of ‘The Dirty Picture' movie and demanded her replacement

  • nithyananda re arrested sent to one day judicial custody

    Nithyananda re-arrested, sent to one-day judicial custody

    India | June 14, 2012 21:41 IST

    Ramanagar (Karna), Jun 14: Just hours after being granted bail by a court here, controversial self-styled godman Nithyananda was re-arrested today and remanded to one-day judicial custody on charges of disturbing the peace.Nithyananda, arrested yesterday

  • d arcy monk to face no further sanctions

    D'Arcy, Monk to face no further sanctions

    Other Sports | June 12, 2012 16:53 IST

    Australia, Jun 11: Controversial swimmers Nick D'Arcy and Kenrick Monk have avoided additional punishment above what the Australian Olympic Committee has already imposed on them for posting photos of themselves posing with guns on social

  • german cabinet approves new benefit program

    German Cabinet approves new benefit program

    World | June 06, 2012 21:56 IST

    Berlin, Jun 6: Germany's Cabinet has approved a controversial new benefit program that will help parents who stay at home with their young children rather than work.Government spokesman Steffen Seibert said Wednesday the payments, starting

  • adarsh land belongs to state govt not army says probe panel

    Adarsh Land Belongs To State Govt, Not Army, Says Probe Panel

    India | April 17, 2012 19:34 IST

    Mumbai, Apr 17: In a big relief for Maharashtra government, the judicial commission probing the Adarsh housing scam has said the land on which the controversial skyscraper stands belongs to the state and not the

  • it was a slip of tongue says beni prasad verma

    It Was A Slip Of Tongue, Says Beni Prasad Verma

    India | February 18, 2012 20:49 IST

    New Delhi, Feb 18: Days after "daring" the Election Commission (EC) to take action against him over his remarks on sub-quota for minorities Union Steel Minister Beni Prasad Verma termed the controversial comments as "a

  • dot note of 2007 not considered in controversial 2g note

    DoT Note Of 2007 Not Considered In Controversial 2G Note

    February 15, 2012 15:09 IST

    New Delhi, Feb 15: A top Finance Ministry official on Tuesday deposed before a parliamentary committee that had a document of Telecom Department of 2007 on 2G spectrum pricing been available, the “wording” of the

  • yet to decide on khursheed matter says cec

    Yet To Decide On Khursheed Matter, Says CEC

    India | February 14, 2012 18:02 IST

    New Delhi, Feb 14: The Election Commission today said it has not yet taken a decision on the letter of Law Minister Salman Khursheed regretting his controversial remarks on the minorities' sub-quota issue.Amid speculation about

  • if needed army can be called for ijaz s security malik

    If Needed, Army Can Be Called For Ijaz's Security : Malik

    World | January 21, 2012 20:53 IST

    Islamabad, Jan 21: Promising fool-proof security to controversial American businessman Mansoor Ijaz when he arrives here to testify before a judicial commission on the memo scandal, Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik today said even the

  • chinese people s daily blacks out gilani s controversial

    Chinese People's Daily Blacks Out Gilani's Controversial Interview

    World | January 12, 2012 20:17 IST

    Beijing, Jan 12: While Pakistan reeled under a major political crisis set off by a controversial interview given by Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani to a Chinese state-run daily, the “scoop” was “blacked” out

  • congress flays bjp over kushwaha induction

    Congress Flays BJP Over Kushwaha Induction

    India | January 06, 2012 22:11 IST

    New Delhi, Jan 6: A day after BJP approached the President on Lokpal issue, Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi on Friday took a dig at the opposition party over the admission of controversial former UP

  • cowan rues absence of drs after controversial dismissal

    Cowan Rues Absence Of DRS After Controversial Dismissal

    Cricket | December 26, 2011 16:43 IST

    Melbourne, Dec 26: Debutant Australian opener Ed Cowan today rued the absence of Umpire Decision Review System (UDRS) in the ongoing Test series against India and called on the ICC to make the technology uniform

  • mahek likely to re enter bigg boss misra alleges favouritism

    Mahek Likely To Re-Enter Bigg Boss, Misra Alleges Favouritism

    Bollywood | December 22, 2011 18:56 IST

    Mumbai, Dec 22: Controversial ‘Bigg Boss' contestant Pooja Missra has alleged favouritism on the show for evicted model-actress Mahek Chahal, who is likely to make an entry into the house again on a wild card.As

  • govt puts fdi decision on hold

    Govt Puts FDI Decision On Hold

    India | December 03, 2011 21:50 IST

    Kolkata/New Delhi, Dec 3: Under relentless pressure from allies and Opposition, the Government today put on hold its controversial decision to allow FDI in retail in a bid to end the stalemate in Parliament.The announcement

  • controversial rule diminishes asia football award

    Controversial Rule Diminishes Asia Football Award

    Football | November 22, 2011 18:23 IST

    Seoul, South Korea, Nov 22: Arsenal hosts Borussia Dortmund in a UEFA Champions League game that could pit South Korea captain Park Chu-young against Japanese star Shinji Kagawa on Wednesday but which prevents either of

  • haqqani denies links to secret memo

    Haqqani Denies Links To Secret Memo

    World | November 21, 2011 14:02 IST

    Islamabad, Nov 21: Pakistan's Ambassador to the US Husain Haqqani has stuck to his stance that he had nothing to do with the controversial secret memorandum sent to former US military chief Admiral Mike Mullen

  • controversial bangladeshi film to be released in india

    Controversial Bangladeshi Film To Be Released In India

    Bollywood | November 13, 2011 13:31 IST

    Kolkata, Nov 13: Victor Banerjee and Jaya Bachchan starrer ‘Meherjaan', about a Bangladeshi woman's affair with a Pakistani soldier in the backdrop of the 1971 Liberation War abruptly withdrawn from theaters in the neighbouring country,

  • nepal names controversial maoist leader as envoy to india

    Nepal Names Controversial Maoist Leader As Envoy To India

    World | November 08, 2011 19:56 IST

    Kathmandu, Nov 8: A senior Maoist leader, whom India once suspected to have links with underground organisations in north-eastern India, has been named as Nepal's new ambassador to India, months after the post lay vacant