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Rating The election of the next US president is surely the most important contest in the Western world...Consider, for instance, the question of Winston Churchill's bust. A bronze sculpture of the British prime minister had been in the Oval Office of
A separate room is being readied as a place of worship for the President of India, who spends an hour every morning doing puja. The Presidents family is also working on introducing some Bengali dishes in the menu for state banquets at Rashtrapati
The Hindu Tulips in full bloom at the Mughal Gardens of Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi. File photo Mughal Gardens of Rashtrapati Bhavan have become a hit on social video-sharing portal YouTube ever since the President's secretariat redesigned its
While historical perspectives from the earlier websites have been retained, the re-designed website has some new features, which include direct connectivity from the website to social networking media of the President i.e. Facebook and YouTube,
Haryana Governor Jagannath Pahadia blessed the girl students who tied Rakhis on his wrist on this occasion. The first visitors to the Raj Bhavan were the physically challenged children of Saket Institute for the Orthopaedically Handicapped,
Letters Mau Mau resistance and political idiocy Priyamvada Gopal ( Imperial amnesia , 1 August) writes that "the Mau Mau case offers Britain an opportunity to begin what philosopher Theodor Adorno called 'a serious working through of the past'".
An Economic History of the United States (HarperCollins) by Michael Lind. When American and foreign observers speculate about American decline, as they often do, they tend to draw parallels between the United States and the Roman Empire.
George Rodger/Time Life Pictures/Getty Images The high court will shortly issue a verdict in a case brought before it by three elderly Kenyans who are suing the British government for damages . They, like many other Kikuyu people, suffered internment
A Vancouver man's stunning collection of historical swords drew more $380,000 in winning bids at a U.K. auction on Tuesday, with one special sabre only recently revealed to have been owned by an early-19th-century British prime minister fetching
Rating As a young reporter with the Nation Media Group 30 years ago today, I spent a frightful night in old Nation House watching heavily armed soldiers patrolling the streets outside. Early in the morning, rebel soldiers of the Kenya Air Force had