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The 46 Indian nurses who were released from ISIS captivity in Iraq have been so rattled by the barrage of questions from the media that greeted them upon setting foot on Indian soil that they have requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to deport them back to Mosul where the ISIS let them live in relative [...]

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Dreaded Islamist group, Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, claimed it was behind the Facebook outage, which made the social networking site inaccessible between 9:00AM and 9:30 AM London time, rendering millions of office workers in cities like Tokyo, London, Moscow and Taipei vulnerable to focusing on work without distractions. Consequently, the outage triggered a temporary global [...]

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi issued a stern warning to his Pakistan counterpart Nawaz Sharif that he would return the latter’s saree gift if he failed to put an end to the repeated ceasefire violations along the border by Pakistani troops. Nawaz Sharif had earlier, gifted a saree to Modi’s mother Heeraba, post his visit to [...]

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It’s a crazy world we live in. This week, What Ho! unveils a brand new ranking of the world’s craziest countries, an exercise not dissimilar to that of Business Week’s famed MBA rankings. The What Ho! top five world’s craziest countries this month are: 1. Iraq 2. Pakistan 3. Nigeria 4. Syria 5. Russia Top [...]

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In what could be a watershed moment for Indian football, The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) has appointed Times Now’s The Nation’s editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami as a referee in World Cup 2014. Goswami will soon be seen controlling star players on the field. “Refereeing is a piece of cake for him – for years now, he has [...]

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For once, just for once, the Tehreek-e-Taliban and the Indian government have come together on the same plank to jointly condemn JuD chief Hafiz Saeed for tweeting that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘new security team’ was behind the gruesome attack on Karachi airport that claimed 37 lives. The tweet raised hackles both in the Indian establishment and the top ranks [...]

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For once, just for once, Congress leaders were in disagreement over extending wholehearted support to a statement critical of Narendra Modi. Pakistan interior minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali, in censorious remarks last week, had dubbed Modi’s actions as chief minister to be shameful and that he would destabilize regional peace. This was in response to Modi hinting [...]

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The Samajwadi Party has recently revealed that it is about to sign a Memorandum of Understanding with the Democratic(?) People’s (!) Republic (:D) of Korea (known to the world as North Korea). The North Korean government had recently released a press statement where it called Park Geun-hye, the president of South Korea, a ‘despicable prostitute’ [...]

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Hours after being sacked from the prestigious position of Manchester United’s Manager, the now ex manager David Moyes held a somber one on one, exclusive interview with The UnReal Times, unraveling his time at Old Trafford. A visibly downbeat and disappointed Moyes spoke about how vested interests, paid media, corporate pressure and Liverpool’s potential Title [...]

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The Congress may be losing market share and grappling with plummeting electoral equity on the domestic front but is all set to expand overseas. Congress spokesperson Rashid Alvi announced that the Indian National Congress (INC) is taking a 25% stake in the African National Congress (ANC) in an all cash deal for an undisclosed amount. [...]

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