| Jan 9, 2012
| 12:54 PM
American Airlines, which filed for bankruptcy protection in November, is closing its operations at Bob Hope Airport in Burbank and ending flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to New Delhi.
In addition to closing operations at those two airports, the airline...
| Feb 16, 2012
| 5:49 AM
An international chess game being played out over Iran's nuclear enrichment program increases the likelihood of a terrorist attack in New York City, according to intelligence analysts. Recent bomb attacks have been attributed to Iran, including explosions...
| Aug 6, 2012
| 6:47 AM
The man who shot six people to death and wounded three others during a rampage at a Sikh temple in a Milwaukee suburb was an Army veteran who may have been a white supremacist, according to a law enforcement source involved in the investigation.
| Aug 6, 2012
| 9:37 AM
The man who shot six people to death and wounded three others during a rampage at a Sikh temple in a Milwaukee suburb was an Army veteran who may have been a white supremacist, according to information from authorities and neighbors.
| Mar 28, 2010
THE BEST WAY TO DELHI
From LAX, connecting service (change of planes) to New Delhi is available on American, Lufthansa, Emirates,Continental, British, Singapore and Thai. Restricted round-trip fares begin at $980.
To call the numbers below...
| Jul 18, 2008
"Contradictions and Complexities: Contemporary Art From India," on view at both d.e.n. contemporary and Western Project, takes a straightforward approach to an impossibly broad subject, presenting not an argument, overview or analysis but rather a...
| Apr 16, 2009
Voting in the world's most populous democracy kicks off today, featuring hundreds of political parties, aging leaders and a colorful cast of Bollywood and cricket stars offering themselves up for the yea or nay of the masses.
An estimated 714 million...
| Dec 30, 2008
It was a road some said couldn't be built. Most of the men ordered to make it happen were African American soldiers sorted into Army units by the color of their skin.
As World War II raged, they labored day and night in the jungles of Burma, sometimes...
| May 14, 2008
A series of bomb blasts killed at least 54 people Tuesday in one of India's most popular tourist cities, injuring scores of others and triggering panic in busy market areas, authorities said.
Eight explosions struck the western city of Jaipur within a...
| Feb 21, 2009
Shekhar Sahni has a cocky air, a music player filled with Hindi tunes and a swagger befitting someone who's beaten the odds in a culture where it's drummed into you early to accept your fate.
The 21-year-old grew up on India's rough streets and dreams of...
| Jul 10, 2008
| 9:40 PM
Amid the noise and bustle of downtown Chicago, the groom rode a white horse, shaking to Indian drumbeats in procession to the Palmer House Hilton hotel.
Inside, the bride and groom took seats under thered mandap, or wedding canopy, and the priest began...
| Dec 5, 2008
Those who live in Tel Aviv, New York or London need not fear a Mumbai episode. If 10 infantry-trained terrorists were to attack those cities, local police with their own hostage-rescue teams would quickly deal with them.
But in India, the reality is...