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We're not planning the wedding yet - Anna Paquin
Actress Anna Paquin said she has never planned for her wedding and is terrified of planning her big day.
MJ's brother to record album with Indian music composer
Jermaine Jackson, elder brother of the late King of Pop Michael Jackson arrived in Mumbai to record an international album with Indian singer-music composer Adnan Sami, which is bannered under T-Series.
Norway- the best place to live: UN report
Norway has retained its status as the best country to live in. Norway showed the best living standards in the survey conduted by UN prior to the economical crisis.
Taliban chief Hakimullah Mehsud threatens revenge
Pakistan's new Taliban chief Hakimullah Mehsud who was suspected to be died in US attacks sprang a surprise by meeting the Journalists yesterday to end the speculation about his death.
US has its roots in India of Mahatma Gandhi: Obama
United States President Barack Obama has said that America has its "roots in the India of Mahatma Gandhi."
Survey says Obama’s trip “a bad idea”
US President Barack Obama’s Copenhagen trip to lobby International Olympic Committee is termed as “a bad idea” by majority of Americans.
51-year-old Madonna may give birth to 5th child
The Queen of Pop Madonna, wants more children in the future and earlier this week the singer reported that she wanted to marry her 23 year-old boytoy Jesus Luz.
50 Cent to set record on his new album
50 Cent says that his upcoming album Before I Self Destruct could make more impact than his debut album, ‘ Get Rich or Die Tryin'.
Euro and Renminbi may take over dollar
Dollar, which is ruling the world, may end its regime soon, warns the World Bank President Robert Zoellick.
Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton praise each other
Former US president Bill Clinton paid tribute to his wife, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, during the start of annual global issues conference in New York.
MJ’s new album releases on Oct 12
King of Pop Michael Jackson’s brand new song "This Is It" will be released as a single on Oct. 12.
Pak asks US to pay $1.6 billion for fighting terror
Pakistan President Asif Zardari has asked the United States Government to repay the $1.6 billion spent on fighting extremism in his country's tribal areas.
Singer Miley Cyrus hates paparazz
‘See You Again’ singer Miley Cyrus claims her life is being ruined by the paparazzi
Microsoft gets ready to release its free anti-virus software
Microsoft is all set to release its new anti-virus software named “Microsoft Security Essentials” (MSE).
Obama record in talk show
US President Barack Obama sets a record by appearing on five talk shows in one day.
Madonna’s ambition during her teenage
Queen of Pop Madonna growing up as a teenager, was so obsessed with sweets and wanted to work in a candy store.
Madonna recalls the chunk of time together with MJ
Queen of Pop Madonna recently paid tribute to the King of Pop Michael Jackson at the MTV Video Music Awards.
Obama says economy recovering, not enough new jobs
US President Barack Obama has said that although the economy show signs of recovery it may not create new jobs until next year.
Fan pays $63,500 to have dinner with Sarah Palin
Cathy Maples, the true fan of former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin will be paying around $63,500 to have dinner with her.
Tribute to MJ was a fun says Janet Jackson
Janet Jackson says that the tribute to her late brother Michael Jackson was 'most fun she ever had', the 43-year-old singer revealed at the MTV Video Music Awards.
1,341 new H1N1 flu cases in Mexico
Mexico finds 1,341 new H1N1 flu cases since Monday thereby making the total to 26,338, ahead of the usual autumn flu season, health officials said.
Pakistan files two cases against Hafiz Saeed
Under pressure from India and US, the Pakistan authorities have filed two different cases against the 26/11 Mumbai attack mastermind Hafez Saeed.
U.S. FDA approves Swine flu vaccine
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new vaccine for swine flu, to enable the Government officials to begin a mass vaccination campaign by next month.
Top Taliban leader captured in Swat
The Military has said that it has captured the top Taliban commander in the Pakistan’s Swat valley.
MJ sister looking for million dollars
Michael Jackson’s sister La Toya Jackson has teamed up with West Hollywood’s Millions of Milkshakes to make her own milkshake,...
Tribute to American actor Patrick Swayze
The co-stars and acting colleagues of Late Patrick Swayze paid tribute to the actor after he died of pancreatic cancer at the age of 57.
Nails grow at rapid rate!
It’s a known fact that fingernails grow faster than the toenails. A new study says that growth of the nails pitched to 25% from the past 70 years mainly due to the protein rich diet.
US still attracts students: Embassy official
Students urge to study in the foreign universities are increasing at an alarming rate. Even though in countries like Australia many Indian students are facing religious trouble, the student’s flair to study abroad doesn’t come down.
Top security costing 750,000 pounds a year for MJ kids
Michael Jackson's family lawyers feels to tighten the security for Jacko’s three children Prince Michael, 12, Paris, 11, and Blanket, 7, after meeting the top security...
US funds were used to fight against India: Musharraf
Former Pakistan Pervez Musharraf has admitted that military aid provided by the US to Pakistan for the war against terror during his tenure had been used to strengthen defences against India.
US asks Pak to take action against 26/11 Mumbai attackers
The US government has asked Pakistan to bring the perpetrators of the Mumbai terror attacks to justice.
Paes and Dlouhy win US Open doubles
The Grand Slam title was bagged by Leander Paes (India) and Luaks Dlouhy (Czech) who beat Mahesh Bhupathi (India) and Mark Knowles (Bahamas) at the US Open men’s doubles finals.
Foreign Ministers of India and Pakistan to meet later this month
Foreign Ministers of India and Pakistan, S M Krishna and Shah Mehmood Qureshi respectively are all set to meet later this month in New York.
American rock band in India!
Guns N' Roses, one of the most successful rock bands in world history are ready to set a concert in India, the band, fronted by Axl Rose
Singer Ashlee Simpson’s yoga secrets
Singer Ashlee Simpson-Wentz says yoga has helped her bond with her son Bronx(nine-month-old).
MJ is closest thing to a god!
King of Pop Michael Jackson’s sister La Toya has said that the King of Pop was godlike, she said her late brother Jacko was special and "he wasn''t God,
Osama bin Laden is no more?
Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari believes that Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden is no more, “It seems as if Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden is no longer alive,” he said.
Nawaz Sharif met Osama five times, says ex-ISI official
Former official of Pakistan's Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) has said that Pakistan’s former prime minister Nawaz Sharif has met Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden five times.
Mahatma Gandhi is real hero of mine - Obama
US President Barack Obama gave a national speech welcoming students back to school at Wakefield High School in Arlington Virginia.
King of Pop world’s top earning celebrity
King of Pop Michael Jackson sets his record again being the highest earning celebrity of 2010, it is estimated that $240 million revenue would be generated in this year.
Anand Jon victim of complete racism
The Indian-born fashion designer Anand Jon, sentenced to 59 years in jail by a Los Angeles judge for abusing a string of aspiring models.
Indian-American fashion designer sentenced to 59 years
Indian-American fashion designer Anand Jon Alexander was sentenced to 59 years in prison by Los Angeles court for sexually assaulting aspiring models and young women.
Michael Jackson's final step!
Michael Jackson's funeral will be held in the family's compound at a walled Los Angeles cemetery on September 3.
9/11 plotters still alive and planning: US
A top US military general has said that the plotters of September 11, 2001 world trade center attackers are still alive and planning.
India third on global 'female smoking list'
Indian women gets the third place in the top 20 female smoking populations across the globe.
Historic Edward Kennedy passed away
The US Senator Edward Kennedy died on Wednesday after battling with brain tumor for 15 months,
Faux pas in online ad forces Microsoft to apologize
Microsoft yesterday apologized for the distaste brought by their online advertisement. In the advertisement that was meant for Microsoft’s Poland website
NASA calls off Discovery launch due to bad fuel valve
Due to the bad condition of the fuel valve NASA has called off the launch of is space shuttle Discovery.
Rejected watermelons valuable source of energy
A new study has proved that the juice from rejected watermelons is a potential source of bio-fuel as it can be fermented into ethanol.
Pakistan Taliban confirm Mehsud is dead
BBC has reported that Pakistan Taliban militants have finally confirmed the death of their leader, Baitullah Mehsud.
Michael Jackson's concert
Michael Jackson's mother Katherine is aligning plans for a tribute concert for her son the King of Pop in Vienna.
Netbook to be launched by Nokia
After securing top position in the cell phone industry, Nokia has decided to enter the laptop industry, with netbooks that can run on Microsoft Windows operating system.
King Of Pop's kids first time in school !
Michael Jackson's three children, Prince Michael, 12, Paris, 11, and Blanket, 7 have never been taught in a classroom with other kids...
Michael Jackson lost sleep since 1993
King of Pop's former friend and biographer J. Randy Taraborrelli says that Michael Jackson's personal doctor should not be blamed for the pop icon’s death, because he was trying to help Michael.
MJ’s final moonwalk on Sept. 3 and not Aug. 29
King of Pop Michael Jackson's family delayed his burial by five days; he was supposed to be buried on his 51st birthday on Aug 29.
Afghan polls a step forward in democracy struggle: Obama
US president Barack Obama has praised the Afghan voters for their participation despite the Taliban's intimidation tactics.
Obama finds time to relax!
US President Barack Obama has headed for a 10-day vacation, with his family and dog.The vacation planned apparently seems to pause the debates
WHO reports global swine flu death toll
World Health Organisation (WHO) reported that, global swine flu death toll has risen to 1,799 since April.
Arnold invites Shah Rukh for dinner
The recent Newark Airport detention episode where the Bollywood Badshah Shah Rukh Khan was detained for nearly two hours by the airport
MJ's premature death claims 100 million dollar from his doctor
Michael Jackson's mother Katherine Jackson claims Michael's personal doctor, Dr Conrad Murray to be the centre of a manslaughter probe.
US can benefit from India's economic progress: Hillary
America’s Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton has said that both India and the United States can gain mutually in the economic progress if their relations are managed well.
States weak in dealing with swine flu, says WHO
The World Health Organisation (WHO) expresses its concern over the rapid spread of the swine flu in India and the biggest worry, according to it is that the initiatives taken by the state to tackle the situation are inadequate.
Pakistan Taliban chief Meshud dead, confirms his close aide
Mulvi Omer confirmed the death of Pakistan’s Taliban Chief Baitullah Meshud after being captured by the local military in the northwestern tribal region of Pakistan. He said that the Taliban chief was killed in a US drone strike.
No offensive operations during Afghan elections says NATO
NATO led forces have announced that they will stop the offensive military operations considering Afghan election.
MJ in his last week
King of Pop Micheal Jackson's make up artist Karen Faye, revealed that MJ was so weak and was fed by spoon during his final days
MJ’s mother wants to meet King of Pop privately
Michael Jackson's mother Katherine wanted King of Pop's body to be moved somewhere, so that she could visit him privately.
Harbhajan see Shah Rukh’s detention as normal affair
Indian Spinner Harbhajan Singh sees the detention of the Bollywood Super Star Shah Rukh Khan at Newark airport in the US as a ‘normal affair’.
Nokia mobiles used by 26/11 terrorists
The Enforcement Manager of Nokia in the US stated that the five mobile phones recovered by the Mumbai police from the 26/11 terrorists were manufactured by Nokia Inc in China.
64 percent Pakistani’s see US an enemy
A public opinion poll was conducted in Pakistan regarding the relationship between Pakistan and the United States.
Teenage pregnancy is higher in US
Teen pregnancy is linked with high-risk pregnancy, lower educational achievement, unemployment and poverty in the US.
US will ask Pakistan to act against Saeed: US Ambassador
US Ambassador Timothy J Roemer has said that United States will once again force Pakistan to bring all perpetrators of the 26/11 terror attack, including Hafiz Saeed, to justice.
Swine flu death toll raised to 1,462-WHO
The World Health Organisation reported that 1,462 people have died of swine flu, the pandemic virus is now falling under decline stage.
Jennifer Hudson becomes proud mother!
The Oscar-winning Singer and Actress Jennifer Hudson has given birth to her first child, whom she named David Daniel Otunga Jr.
India-born lawyer confirmed as US attorney
The US Senate has confirmed that the 40 year old India born lawyer Preet Bharara will be appointed as Manhattan's next US attorney.
EVMs can be tampered says US scientists
Votes can be stolen from Electronic Voting Machines (EVM) using malicious programs, it was proved by US scientists at the Electronic Voting Technology Workshop 2009.
Mother of all bombs is ready by USA
Fourteen-tonne anti-refuge superbomb could be ready by 2010 and the cost is US treasure about $88 million as announced by Pentagon.The Defence Department terms it the "mother of all bombs".
Obama will travel to India: White House
US President Barack Obama has plans to visit India in the near future, certainly not in the next three months, reports from the White House say.
Americans are ready to buy Indian cars
'Opportunity for Chinese and Indian Brands in the USA' a survey conducted in the US has revealed that, Americans are ready to buy cars from India and China.
I could have calibrated those words differently : Obama
US President Obama came under severe criticism from his statement that police had "acted stupidly" in arresting a black scholar in a racially charged case.
Race is still a factor in America: Obama
The US president Obama has asserted that he is the testimony to the progress America has made with regard to racism, and he also doesn’t fail to acknowledged that race remains a factor in the US society.
India need not worry about Nuclear Deal: US
US has assured India that it need not worry about the Nuclear deal despite G-8’s decision to put a bar on the India-US civil nuclear deal to help non-NPT countries to reuse uranium.
Obama enquires about Serena’s shoes
The Wimbledon champion Serena Williams met President Barack Obama at the White House.
US building education system to compete with India, China: Obama
US president Barack Obama has announced his graduation Initiative by explaining his focus to lay a strong foundation to the education system that could compete with India and China.
Gandhi, Mandela, Lincoln are my heroes: Obama
American President Barack Obama, who made history, sees Mahatma Gandhi as his role model apart from Abraham Lincoln and Nelson Mandela.
Obama
The worst ever technology CEOs listed
Conde Nast Portfolio a business magazine has come out with a list of America's 20 worst-ever CEOs.
Obama
Obama invites Dr.Manmohan to Washington
Dr.Manmohan Singh had a telephone conversation this weekend with US President Barack Obama and expressed the desires to work together to address common global challenges like terrorism and economic downturn.
Obama
Infosys to hire 1,000 fresh employees in US
Indian software firm Infosys plans to hire about 1,000 people in the US in the next 12 to 18 months.
Obama
IPL's American Competitor
United States of America is the recent victim of Twenty20 cricket fever with the inaugural of American Premier League series which is set to begin 6th of October this year.
Obama
“I wanted to meet the Michael Jordan of cricket”—says Barack Obama
Arguably the world’s busiest man Barack Obama took time out from attending the Fifth Summit of the Americas to meet the West Indian cricketing legend Brian Lara at Trinidad Islands.
Obama
College student beats Obama
The world’s most influential list is out and a 21-year-old student has topped the list amidst strong competition from head honchos like Barack Obama, Vladimir Putin, Sonia Gandhi and many more.
Obama
Indian to assist Obama!
The White House will have a new federal chief information officer to handle the administration’s technology strategies. Signing into the new job would be an Indian, Vivek Kundra. This was announced by the President Barack Obama.
US government
Dow experiences new 12 year low
The stumble in the Wall Street was seen as a reaction after the US government disclosed new support plans of 30 billion dollars for AIG insurance company.
Obama
War outsourcing
At the time when the new Obama government tightened its strings on Immigrant population in the country, a window of hope has been opened to acquire US citizenship. The decade long process to acquire citizenship can now take just six months.
California University
Indian bosses in US
The US legislators are leaving no stone unturned to save the jobs of their citizens. But according to the report named America’s New Immigrant Entrepreneurs, “Almost 26 percent of all immigrant founded companies in the last 10 years were founded by Indian immigrants.”
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