India Diplomat Row: Who really is the victim, Devyani Khobragade or Sangeeta Richard?

There are several questions that the Indian government should be asking themselves - whether Khobragade actually misused her power and denied the rights and privileges of her Indian maid? Is Sangeeta Richard actually the victim of ill treatment, who finally took a stand against her powerful employer under the 'just' US laws? Dec 19, 2013

Indo-Japan to Strengthen Naval Ties against Rising China Threat

In November 2011, India and Japan had agreed upon conducting bilateral naval exercise that enables both the Navies to undertake operations in the sphere of maritime security in the future. Both countries have increasingly been feeling the 'China Threat.' Dec 18, 2013

Indian Embassy Knew About Devyani Khobragade's Arrest, says US

US deputy spokesperson revealed in a press briefing that the Indian Embassy was aware about the arrest of Indian deputy Counsel General Devyani Khobragade, on charge of fraudulent visa document and misleading statements, in September. Dec 18, 2013

Snowden's Letter to Brazil: Seeks Asylum, Slams US

Snowden, who is a computer specialist, took asylum in Russia back in June after leaking details to the media on extensive internet and phone surveillance by the National Security Agency. Dec 17, 2013

North Korea Purge: Kim’s Father Remembered, Uncle Forgotten

North Korea staged a large memorial in Pyongyang to mark the second death anniversary of Kim Jong Un's father, Kim Jong Il, brushing aside the execution of Chang Song-theak which is looming large as a 'provocative act' in the international community. Dec 17, 2013