Briefly World: Strauss-Kahn’s attorneys deny settlement with maid
- Rajnath Singh does a Sonia Gandhi, meets top Shia clerics in Lucknow
- Gandhi vs Gandhi: Priyanka slams Varun, says LS poll not a family tea party
- Supreme Court grants recognition to transgenders as third category of sex
- SC rejects Kejriwal's plea to stay trial in defamation case filed by Kapil Sibal's son
- Modi equates Rahul with kids, says âtoffeeâ has caught his fancy after âballoonâ
Strauss-Kahn's attorneys deny settlement with maid
New York: Attorneys for Dominique Strauss-Kahn on Friday denied that the former International Monetary Fund chief had reached a settlement with a New York City hotel maid who accused him of trying to rape her. William Taylor III and Amit Mehta in a statement issued on Friday said that the parties had merely "discussed a resolution".
Phones, Internet cut for second day in Syria
Beirut: Phone and Internet networks were down across most of Syria for a second straight day Friday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported.
Pak-Afghan talks on agreement begin
Islamabad: Pakistan, Afghanistan Friday began negotiations on Strategic Partnership Agreement even as Kabul called on Islamabad to take more steps, including release of Taliban detainees, to push forward peace talks.
Oscar Wilde's house on sale for £1.29 million
London: The family house of literary wit, playwright and gay icon, Oscar Wilde, where he wrote most of his famous plays, is up for sale for a whopping £1.29 million.
- Modi wave is a myth, says Siddaramaiah
- In Mandya, discordant notes in show of Cong unity
- ‘Fakir’ Jankar takes on Pawar might in battle against ‘dynasty’
- Ballot paper in Braille to help blind persons cast their vote
- AAP volunteer attacked
- 64-year-old fights for Punjabi language, gets little support from political parties