Moscow: Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is set to visit Tehran next week to discuss bilateral relations and Iran's nuclear programme after its leadership agreed a landmark deal on limiting enrichment.
New York: A US court here has dismissed a breach of contract lawsuit filed by former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta against his long time friend and business associate Parag Saxena, saying the claims made by him in the complaint are no longer relevant.More.. # Rajat Gupta, # Goldman Sachs, # Rajat Gupta plea, # Parag Saxena, # New Silk Route,
Washington: President Barack Obama has said that both Vice-President Joe Biden and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will make outstanding candidates and possess the much-needed qualities to assume the high office.More.. # Barack Obama, # Joe Biden, # Hillary Clinton, # US presidents, # Democratic Party presidential nominees,
New York: Over 40 Russian diplomats, including some employed at Moscow's mission to the UN and the Consulate here, have been charged with participating in a nine-year-long fraud to illegally obtain nearly USD 1.5 million in healthcare benefits.More.. # Russian diplomats, # US, # healthcare fraud, # Russia, # UN mission, # US Justice Department,
Kabul: The Afghan government on Thursday announced to expand the main highway, linking capital city of Kabul to the Northern provinces, as part of the government's plan to promote economic growth and reduce poverty.More.. # Hamid Karzai, # Afghanistan government, # Kabul to Northern provinces, # Afghanistan economic growth, # Salang Highway,
Dubai: The International Cricket Council on Friday joined the world in mourning the death of anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela, saying that the former South African President was a "towering symbol of resistance" who would inspire generations to come.More.. # Nelson Mandela, # ICC, # International Cricket Council, # Alan Isaac, # David Richardson,