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'Pathetic, most sexless': Newly declassified White House tapes reveal Richard Nixon's bigoted remarks against Indians
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'Pathetic, most sexless': Newly declassified White House tapes reveal Richard Nixon's bigoted remarks against Indians

Richard Nixon, a Republican, was the 37th President of the United States, serving from 1969 until 1974.

Narendra Modi meets Tony Blair, John Howard and Henry Kissinger at JP Morgan International Council meet in Delhi
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Narendra Modi meets Tony Blair, John Howard and Henry Kissinger at JP Morgan International Council meet in Delhi

Narendra Modi on Tuesday met former British prime minister Tony Blair and former Prime Minister John Howard who are in India as part of the meeting of JP Morgan International Council.

'Parallel approach on security, economy': Henry Kissinger says current phase of US-India ties can be traced back to 1971 Bangladesh war
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'Parallel approach on security, economy': Henry Kissinger says current phase of US-India ties can be traced back to 1971 Bangladesh war

The current phase of India-US ties has its roots in the 1971 Bangladesh crisis as despite having opposite views on the issue, the two nations could develop a parallel approach on the key areas of security and economy, former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger said on Monday.

John McCain memorial service marked by tributes, memories, tears, civility lessons and Donald Trump's glaring absence
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John McCain memorial service marked by tributes, memories, tears, civility lessons and Donald Trump's glaring absence

Memories mixed with humor, grief and lessons on civility marked Sen. John McCain's memorial service Saturday at Washington National Cathedral, the last event in Washington of the five-day farewell tour.

'We mourn the passing of American greatness, not cheap rhetoric': Full text of Meghan McCain's remarks at her father's memorial service
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'We mourn the passing of American greatness, not cheap rhetoric': Full text of Meghan McCain's remarks at her father's memorial service

John McCain's daughter Meghan McCain delivered a powerful tribute to her father and contrasted his service to America with the sitting US president's cheap rhetoric, drawing unexpected applause at the funeral service.

At John McCain memorial service, Barack Obama, George Bush, Meghan McCain deliver stinging rebuke of Donald Trump
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At John McCain memorial service, Barack Obama, George Bush, Meghan McCain deliver stinging rebuke of Donald Trump

A memorial service for the late Sen. John McCain on Saturday turned into a clear rebuke of President Donald Trump's divisive politics as his daughter, two former presidents and political dignitaries used their tributes to call for a return to civility.

Meghan McCain eulogy for father John McCain slams Donald Trump rhetoric: 'America was always great'
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Meghan McCain eulogy for father John McCain slams Donald Trump rhetoric: 'America was always great'

Meghan McCain said her father was a "great man" and she encouraged others to live up to his example, setting a tone that echoed the senator's own fighting spirit as services began Saturday at the Washington National Cathedral.

Russia wants to be 'accepted' by Europe, gain foothold in new world order says Henry Kissinger
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Russia wants to be 'accepted' by Europe, gain foothold in new world order says Henry Kissinger

Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger warned of Russia's simmering alienation from bits western neighbors on Tuesday but said he believed that President Vladimir Putin will ultimately work toward cooperative relationships with countries on its borders.

For many Africans, Cuban leader Fidel Castro was a hero who battled white supremacy
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For many Africans, Cuban leader Fidel Castro was a hero who battled white supremacy

Africa knows it is still a white man’s world. Hence it remembers Fidel Castro’s role in Africa. So should we.

Donald Trump appoints former Fox News analyst Kathleen Troia McFarland as senior advisor
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Donald Trump appoints former Fox News analyst Kathleen Troia McFarland as senior advisor

"She has tremendous experience and innate talent that will complement the fantastic team we are assembling," Donald Trump said, in a statement issued from his luxury Florida golf resort.

Nikki Haley, Indian-American South Carolina Governor, amid front runners for US Secretary of State
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Nikki Haley, Indian-American South Carolina Governor, amid front runners for US Secretary of State

The daughter of Indian immigrants, Haley would bring both racial and gender diversity to Trump's cabinet.

Latest recruit? China's cartoon propanganda videos rope in Henry Kissinger to praise President Xi Jinping
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Latest recruit? China's cartoon propanganda videos rope in Henry Kissinger to praise President Xi Jinping

The latest recruit to China's cartoon propaganda videos is an animated Henry Kissinger lauding President Xi Jinping.

Forget Kissinger, India should use Arthashastra for world domination
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Forget Kissinger, India should use Arthashastra for world domination

Of all the diamonds in our backyard -- Aryabhatiya, Ashtadhyayi, Mudrarakshasa – the most sober, ruthless and practical is Chanakya’s Arthashastra.

Arvind Kejriwal's Delhi Belly: A people's movement in loose motion
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Arvind Kejriwal's Delhi Belly: A people's movement in loose motion

Running 102 fever since yesterday. Severe loose motions. Sad that I won't be able to attend office today. Arvind Kejriwal's tweet is historic. It signals real change in the way politics is practised. With just one tweet he has flushed out the old.

Why the Nobel Peace Prize isn’t very different from Miss Universe
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Why the Nobel Peace Prize isn’t very different from Miss Universe

World Peace? Sure. The Nobel Peace prize isn't that different from Miss Universe: ephemeral, arbitrary and, ultimately, banal.

Boring: Nothing new in Wikileaks cables on Indira Gandhi
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Boring: Nothing new in Wikileaks cables on Indira Gandhi

There are eminently colourful narratives of the view that Nixon and Kissinger had of Indira Gandhi, whom they found a very tough nut to crack. The Kissinger Cables aren't half as good as earlier declassified documents.

The Economist joins lunatic fringe, talks of Kashmir Nobel
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The Economist joins lunatic fringe, talks of Kashmir Nobel

In the search for Nobel Peace Prize nominees from India, some outlandish names are being thrown up. But if it's all about politics, why don't we play it as well?