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Indian swimming contest interrupted when bull dives into pool

A swimming contest in India was interrupted when a bull dived into the pool the contestants were to enter, as a video that went viral shows.

Op-Ed: Is the U.S. Army racist for naming helicopters after Native tribes?

Washington, D. C. - In the wake of the recent flap over the name of a US sports team, some have questioned the cultural sensitivity of the US Army’s practice of naming its helicopters after Native American tribes, leaders, and terms.

Djokovic beats Federer in Indian Wells final

Novak Djokovic beat his old rival Roger Federer 3-6 6-3 7-6(3) on Sunday to win a nailbiting BNP Paribas Open final at Indian Wells and capture his first title of 2014.

Pennetta beats injured Radwanska in Indian Wells final

Italy's Flavia Pennetta captured the biggest title of her career on Sunday when she beat Poland's ailing Agnieszka Radwanska in the final of the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells.

Federer and Djokovic to meet in Indian Wells final

Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic set up another mouthwatering final at the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells after winning their semis on Saturday.

Pennetta to face Radwanska in Indian Wells final

Italian veteran Flavia Pennetta upset China's Australian Open champion Li Na on Friday to join Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska in the women's final of the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells.

Djokovic, Isner ease into Indian Wells semis

Serbia's Novak Djokovic and American John Isner cruised into the last four of the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells on Friday with straight-sets wins in the quarter-finals.

Li and Dolgopolov through to semis at Indian Wells

China's Li Na won her rematch with Slovakia's Dominika Cibulkova in the quarter-finals of the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells, California on Thursday.

Federer, Djokovic advance as Murray, Wawrinka fall

Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic cruised into the quarter-finals of the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells on Wednesday after Wimbledon champion Andy Murray and Australian Open winner Stanislas Wawrinka both fell in the fourth round.

Djokovic and Li advance at Indian Wells

Normal service resumed at the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells on Tuesday when Novak Djokovic safely booked his place in the fourth round of the men's draw and Li Na moved into the women's quarter-finals.

Sharapova beaten by qualifier at Indian Wells

Russia's Maria Sharapova was knocked out of the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells on Monday after a shock loss to Italian qualifier Camila Giorgi.

Czeck Stepanak sets up Nadal clash at Indian Wells

Top seed Rafa Nadal will open his Indian Wells title defense against Radek Stepanek after the Czech overcame a poor second set to beat Denis Istomin 6-1 3-6 6-1 in the first round on Thursday.

Indian skier ready for flag to fly at closing ceremony

India's only Olympic Alpine skier Himanshu Thakur finished last in the men's giant slalom on Wednesday and cannot wait for the Sochi Games to end.

Historic Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center in peril Special

Seattle - The Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center, built on lands obtained after activists occupied a decommissioned army fort, is in financial trouble.

Indian headmistress arrested over poisoned lunches scandal

New Delhi - Authorities say that the headmistress of an Indian school has been serving lunches that were poisoned. Police arrested her, Wednesday.

Woman rescued from suicide attempt in Fuengirola, Spain

Fuengirola - After receiving an emergency call on the 091 number, National Police officers, with the aid of a fisherman and his boat, managed to rescue a women who was attempting to commit suicide.

DNA tests show Prince William is part Indian, new research claims

London - DNA tests have confirmed that Prince William has Indian ancestry. Researchers have established a genetic link between William and a woman, Eliza Kework, believed to have been half Indian and the great-great-great-great-great grandmother of William.

Delhi 2 Dublin turn up the stereo Special

Electronic fusion band Delhi 2 Dublin are currently on tour through North America with their latest album, Turn Up The Stereo. The band embraces a wide range of sounds, including EDM, ska, and bhangra.

Video: '18 Again' vaginal tightening gel makes you feel a virgin

A new Indian commercial for a supposedly revolutionary product called "18 Again," described as a "vaginal tightening and rejuvenating cream," promises to make older women feel like virgins again.

The mystery girl in the Indian Olympic contingent

For close to 48 hours, the Indian authorities were clueless on an unanticipated appearance of an unidentified girl in the Indian contingent walking next to the flag bearer Sushil Kumar for the entire lap of the Olympic stadium during the opening ceremony.

Op-Ed: French ships keep busy in Antarctic, Indian Oceans Special

Cape Town - A scientist on a remote island of the Crozet Archipelago, one of France’s far-flung Scattered Island groups, which lies about half-way between South Africa and Antarctica, has been rescued by a frigate of the French Navy.

A bad time to be a pirate Special

Cape Town - Things are going to get very rough for Somali pirates in the near future, if resolutions made during the third Indian Ocean Naval Symposium (IONS) in Cape Town, South Africa, are translated into action.

Cape Town: 50 nations take part in Indian Ocean Naval Symposium

Cape Town - High-ranking naval officers from 50 countries will be converging on Cape Town, South Africa, for the third edition of the Indian Ocean Naval Symposium (IONS) which seeks to increase safety and stability in the Indian Ocean Rim region.

Bt cotton - less miracles, more failures for Indian farmers

Bt cotton hybrids are pointing to drastic depletion of soil nutrients due to repeated cultivation. Crop failures and less yield from the use of transgenic seeds are causing suicides among Indian farmers.

15 percent of Brazilian tribe wiped out by disease within decade Special

Almost 15 percent of a tribe of Indians in Brazil have died since 2000. The Korubo, who live in the Javari Valley in the Amazon, have suffered outbreaks of disease particularly Hepatitis B and D since some of the tribe were first contacted in 1996.

The greatest shoal on Earth Special

Durban - The Southern African Sardine run has been described by wild-life film producer Peter Lamberti as "The Greatest Shoal on Earth" and rightly so.

Indian hermit who's lived without food or water under observation

Researchers say an Indian Hermit who says he has lived for 70 years without food or water may provide a lead to creating "super soldiers", or at least survival tips.

Missing Indian Toddler Found Dead, Suspected Murder

Melbourne - Police suspect foul play as a young Indian child, Gurshan Singh, was found in the grassland of Oaklands Junction. A council worker made the grisly discovery on Thursday evening, near Melbourne Airport.

India uncovers hijack plot that may have raised UK terror alert

On January 22 Britain raised its terror level alert to 'severe' the second highest level. Reasons for this were unclear but it seems that information about the threat of a hijacked jet being flown into a British city has added to the increased alert.

Indians are top earners in USA

According to a report, published by the US census Bureau, the India-born American residents are the best educated among all foreign-born communities in the United States and are also the top earners in the country.
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The biggest ship in the upcoming exercise, the Indian Navy ship INS Mysore.
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A call centre. Some industry experts are touting the centres as the sweat-shops of the 21st century.
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Indian elephant bull in Bandipur National Park, India.
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An Indian villager wails as she rushes to the site of the landslide at Malin in the western Indian state of Maharashtra, on August 1, 2014
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Visiting past: Indian currency in 1918. The photo shows the Indian currency of 1918 when India was ruled by the British. A host of past events were exhibited in Agartala - the capital of Tripura of India few months ago. The exhibition was arranged by the Reserve Bank of India.
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