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World NowIndia’s National Investigation Agency on Thursday filed a case against Syed Zabiuddin Ansari, making it the latest group keen to interrogate, prosecute or otherwise get its hands on the alleged handler of the 2008 Mumbai attack, who was arrested...
It's a stultifying afternoon outside the Delhi District Court as Arun Yadav slides a sheet of paper into his decades-old Remington and revs up his daily 30-word-a-minute tap dance. Nearby, hundreds of other workers clatter away on manual typewriters amid...
Opinion L.A.Sarah Palin, Jackie Kennedy and Scarlett Johansson: Can we know too much about our public figures?...
Money & CompanyThe world’s first passenger-ready Boeing Co. 787 Dreamliner was delivered to Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways on a rainy and blustery day at Boeing’s facilities in Everett, Wash....
Marva Wright Louisiana blues singer Marva Wright, 62, who sang traditional jazz and gospel but was better known for sultry, sometimes bawdy blues songs, died Tuesday in New Orleans of complications from two strokes she suffered last year, said Adam...
Is the LAPD off the map? Re "LAPD to build data on Muslim areas," Nov. 10 I realize that "anti-terrorism" is all the rage now in government-expansion circles, but will someone please explain to me why the L.A. Police Department is involved in anti-...
Times Staff WriterWe used two travel agents to arrange our flights, drivers and tours: Protravel Interantional, 9171 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 428, Beverly Hills, CA 90210; (800) 301-3993 or (310) 271-9566, vwww.protravelinc.com. Sadhana Travel Services, 301 Skipper Corner,...
++++++++++++++++++++ || || ++++++++++++++++++++ At midnight on Aug. 15, 1947, a new, independent India was born on a subcontinent racked with violence, ripped apart by a bloody partition. It came into being as flames blazed across the land, as corpse-...
South Florida Sun-Sentinel Travel EditorThe sharp joy you feel when your plane touches down is short-lived in India as you realize now you must get in a taxi. Goodbye order, upkeep, hygiene, caution. Hello dent king. Hello chaos. On a Sunday evening at Indira Gandhi International Airport in...
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V.P. Singh Ex-prime minister of India V.P. Singh, 77, whose brief tenure as prime minister of India was remembered for his controversial policy of reserving a larger share of jobs for the country's disadvantaged castes, died Thursday of cancer and...
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Times Staff WriterThe sane traveler makes a simple calculation when planning a getaway: The longer it takes to get there, the longer the stay required to make it worthwhile. By that definition, my friends and I are not sane travelers. ¶ We did Peru's Machu Picchu over a...
Special to The Times"Welcome to deepest, darkest Delhi, where no white man doth tread," Nigel Hankin said in mock cadences. His snowy eyebrows arched as his left foot perched on a dirty stair. I peered up the ancient passageway. It was indeed a path straight to darkness, a...
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