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The neighbour's concern

By Nirupama Rao I wouldn't recognise the Balochistan problem if it hit me in the face. These were words spoken by Henry Kissinger during a mission to Pakistan on behalf of the Kennedy Administration in 1962. The words seem oddly out of place ... South Asia Monitor, 3 weeks ago
MSN India

Nothing personal, SRK detention part of airport security: Nirupama Rao

Former Indian envoy to the US Nirupama Rao said on Friday Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who was detained briefly at the Los Angeles airport on Thursday, was deal with according to set rules and protocols. Khan's Thursday detention, the ...
 MSN News US1 month ago
The American Bazaar

Kavita Shukla, inventor of FreshPaper, debuts on HSN with bread-saver sheets

Shukla has been named by Time as one of the 5 Most Innovative Women in Food. Entrepreneur Kavita Shukla, named this week as one of the 5 Most Innovative Women in Food in TIME magazine, and the inventor of the product FreshPaper made with ...
 The American Bazaar3 days ago

The truth about people who don't pay taxes is not what youve heard

Let's time hop to around this time four years ago, when themagazine Mother Jones surfaced a video of Mitt Romney disparagingthe 47 percent of Americans who — he claimed — do not pay any (federal) income tax. There are 47 percent of the ...
 Washington Post2 weeks ago

The neighbour's concern

Illustration: Deepak Harichandan India highlighting violations of human rights and repression in Balochishtan and PoK may be in order. But let us not be too expectant that this will radically temper Pakistan's obdurateness on Kashmir I ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
Times of India

SRK's detention proves racial profiling is alive in US

NEW YORK: There are few bigger celebrities in India than Shah Rukh Khan. Even at the age of 50, he remains a dominant force in Bollywood and not immune to a little self indulgence and narcissism. But the actor responded with remarkable patience and ...
 Times of India1 month ago After SRK's US immigration fiasco, Amjad Ali Khan's UK visa rejected  DNA India1 month ago Why does Shah Rukh Khan get detained by the US Immigration so often?  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Why SRK?!!!!!  Rediff.com1 month ago

SRK detained at United States airport again

Shah Rukh Khan-one of the most famous people in the enormous Bollywood film business, and therefore one of the world's biggest movie stars-has been detained for questioning yet again at U.S. Customs. This is not the first time that Shah Rukh , ...
 Equilibrio Informativo1 month ago SRK detained at American airport, US authorities apologise  Yahoo! Singapore1 month ago

First US State dept., now envoy Richard apologise to SRK over airport detention

New Delhi, Aug. 12 (ANI): Following suit of the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Ambassador to India Richard Verma on Friday apologised to Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan over his detention at the U.S immigration at Los Angeles airport, ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago US State Department, envoy Richard Verma apologise to SRK for detention at LA airport  DNA India1 month ago
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Tad inconvenient', says SRK after US apologises for detention 'hassle'

Washington : The US Department of State on Friday apologised to Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan following his detention at the US immigration at Los Angeles airport and offered a clarification, saying that even 'American diplomats' were pulled ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago US envoy apologizes to Shah Rukh for detention  Times of India1 month ago U.S. State Department issues clarification over SRK detention at LA Airport  Yahoo! India1 month ago

SRK detained: Congress calls on US to stop harassing known personalities repeatedly

New Delhi, Aug 12 (ANI): With Bollywood icon Shah Rukh Khan being detained for the third time by U.S immigration, an irate Congress on Friday called on U.S. authorities to update their data and stop harassing known and genuine personalities ...
 Siasat Daily1 month ago Congress calls on U.S. to stop harassing known personalities repeatedly  The Freepress Journal1 month ago
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