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Anti-Muslim threats skyrocket in wake of `American Sniper's` release  Jan 26, 10:59 am
London, Jan. 26 (ANI): Threats against Muslims in the US have increased in wake of 'American Sniper's' release, it has been reported.
Now, 'romance planners' can help rekindle your love  Jan 26, 10:37 am
London, Jan. 26 (ANI): Two sisters from London have recently started new services, called The One Romance, which can help people add spark to rekindle their love affair.
Low intensity blasts rock Assam, no casualties reported  Jan 26, 8:29 am
Guwahati, Jan. 26 (ANI): Two low intensity blasts occurred in Digboi town in the Tinsukia district of Assam on Monday morning, despite the tight security for Republic Day celebrations.
India, U.S. release 'declaration of friendship' to strengthen bilateral relations  Jan 25, 10:50 pm
New Delhi, Jan. 25 (ANI): India and the United States on Sunday released a 'declaration of friendship' which outlines the areas that the two countries will focus on to forge a long-standing strategic partnership.
US-India issue joint strategic vision for Asia-Pacific and Asia-Pacific region   Jan 25, 10:38 pm
New Delhi, Jan. 25 (ANI): A closer partnership between the United States and India is indispensable to promoting peace, prosperity and stability in those regions, according to a joint strategic vision statement issued by the two countries for the Asia-Pacific and Indian Ocean region here on Sunday.
'Obama's presence at R-Day reflects strengthening of Indo-US relations': President Mukherjee  Jan 25, 10:25 pm
New Delhi, Jan. 25 (ANI): President Pranab Mukherjee on Sunday said that U.S. President Barack Obama's presence at the Republic Day celebrations this year will reflect the strengthening of the relationship between the two countries.
'Indo-U.S. civil nuclear agreement a significant achievement', says security expert  Jan 25, 8:18 pm
New Delhi, Jan. 25 (ANI): Security and strategic analyst, Commodore (retired) C Uday Bhaskar on Sunday hailed the breakthrough on the civil nuclear deal between India and U.S. as a significant achievement, adding that the issue had stalled bilateral relations between the two countries for the last six years.
'I and Barack share a good chemistry': PM Modi  Jan 25, 6:34 pm
New Delhi, Jan. 25 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that he and U.S. President Barack Obama share a very good rapport, and added that the closeness between the two leaders has resulted in bringing the people of both countries closer.
U.S., India deepen cooperation in defence, clean energy  Jan 25, 5:53 pm
New Delhi, Jan. 25 (ANI): Invoking a reference to 'Chalein saath saath' or 'Let's walk together', U.S. President Barack Obama on Sunday announced enhanced cooperation between the two countries on key areas, including defence cooperation and promoting clean energy.
Eastwood says films like 'American Sniper' make 'strongest anti-war statement'  Jan 25, 4:20 pm
Washington, Jan 25 (ANI): Clint Eastwood has talked about the impact of 'American Sniper' movie at Producers Guild Nominees Awards breakfast at the Saban Theatre.
PM Modi and President Obama may discuss climate change, civil nuke pact, defence cooperation  Jan 25, 2:40 pm
New Delhi, Jan. 25 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama are expected to discuss several key issues of bilateral importance during their one-on-one and delegation-level talks at Hyderabad House here, including the next steps in the pending civil nuclear pact, shoring up defence cooperation between the two nations and climate change.
Rob Lowe roped in to play Devil's advocate in 'Apocalypse Slough'   Jan 25, 2:12 pm
Washington, Jan 25 (ANI): Rob Lowe has been roped in to play Devil's advocate in Sky Network's end-of-world drama 'Apocalypse Slough', it has been revealed.
Pak Army Chief in China on two-day visit  Jan 25, 1:10 pm
Beijing/Rawalpindi, Jan.25 (ANI): Pakistan Army Chief General Raheel Sharif has arrived in China on a two-day visit during which he is expected to discuss security and defence cooperation issues between the two countries with China's political and military leadership.
China bolsters 'Great Firewall' by blocking VPN services that dodge online censorship  Jan 25, 1:10 pm
Wellington, Jan 25 (ANI): China has reportedly announced that it is "upgrading" its internet censorship to block Virtual Private Network (VPN) services inside the country, a report said.
Police search 2 flights at Atlanta airport post receiving 'credible' bomb threat  Jan 25, 12:06 pm
London, Jan 25 (ANI): Two airliners at Atlanta's airport were searched by the police after they received "credible" bomb threats, US officials said.
Realism over illusionary positivity: Need for legalising euthanasia  Jan 25, 11:41 am
New Delhi, Jan.25 (ANI): Euthanasia, a word that's been dicing in and out of the Indian Legal System's scenario for decades now, is of two types; Active and Passive, active being doing of a deliberate action to cause a patient to die and passive being stopping life-saving treatment in order to letting the life of patient end its natural way, gradually.
Neymar, Messi score two-goals each as Barca thrashed Elche 6-0 in La Liga clash  Jan 25, 10:35 am
London, Jan 25 (ANI): Barcelona maintained their one goal gap behind La Liga leaders Real Madrid as they thrashed Elche 6-0 on Saturday, thanks to a brace each from Brazilian Neymar and Argentina football team captain Lionel Messi.
Obama's symbolic visit, high on expectations and optimistic on deliverables: Experts  Jan 25, 9:15 am
New Delhi, Jan.25 (ANI): Panelists attending a two-day India-US Dialogues discussion here have said that they see the three-day second visit of President Barack Obama to India in the last four years as being symbolic, high on expectations and optimistic on deliverables.
Pakistan - Past imperfect viz-a-viz India   Jan 24, 5:58 pm
London, Jan. 24 (ANI): Pakistan's existence has been largely determined by the three A's - Allah, Army and America. Currently the first two are in ascendant with, America perceived to be fickle and seeking closer relations with India.
Congress looks for positive outcomes between India, US during Prez Obama's visit  Jan 24, 2:35 pm
New Delhi, Jan.24 (ANI): The Congress party on Saturday stated that it is looking for positive outcomes between New Delhi and Washington DC during the upcoming visit of US President Barack Obama, adding that being two largest democracies, the two nations can benefit by a mutual partnership in key areas.
Obama's visit shows sea change in India-U.S. relationship, says former foreign secretary  Jan 24, 1:40 pm
New Delhi, Jan. 24 (ANI): Former foreign secretary Shashank on Saturday said U.S. President Barack Obama's upcoming visit to India depicts a sea change in the relationship between the two countries.
Pak editorial urges nation to call a spade a spade and end era of 'good militants /bad militants'  Jan 24, 1:40 pm
Karachi, Jan 24 (ANI): Pakistan should now call a spade a spade to make it easier for people to believe that the era of good and bad terrorism has ended as the government fails to give honest answers even in the most straightforward of cases, says an editorial in a leading Pakistani newspaper.
J Lo admits split with Ben Affleck during `Gigli` flop lowest point in her life  Jan 24, 12:15 pm
Washington, Jan 24 (ANI): Jennifer Lopez recently admitted that dating Ben Affleck during her flop movie 'Gigli' was probably the lowest point in her life. The 45-year-old singer asserted in n interview that 'Gigli' was a very badly reviewed film and she was in a relationship with Affleck at the time that fell apart in a really bad way, and so the kind of mix of those two things and the tabloid press had just come into existence, E! Online reported.
Minnows Cambridge hold Man U to goalless draw in FA Cup fourth round  Jan 24, 10:33 am
London, Jan 24 (ANI): League Two side Cambridge United exhibited a resolute performance to held Manchester United to a goalless draw to earn a FA Cup fourth-round replay.
U.S. says has no confirmation on Pak's banning of JuD and Haqqani Network  Jan 24, 10:33 am
Karachi, Jan 24 (ANI): The United States has said that it does not have any confirmation on Pakistan's banning of Hafiz Saeed led Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) and the Haqqani Network as the country works through reassessing its measure to eradicate extremism.
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