Celebrities who were stripped of their titles
As Saif Ali Khan's Padma Shri debate heats up, we look at other heroes who slipped because of the seriousness of the charge against them.
Britain calls for sanctions against Zimbabwean president
Britain called for tough action as well as talk in the face of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe's defiance and signs of disunity among his opposition.
Zimbabwe dollar: Dead, but still gets a ride
A woman pays her bus fare with 3 trillion in old Zimbabwe dollars, the equivalent of 50 US cents. The collector accepts the brick of neatly folded bundles of a trillion each without bothering to count the n...
Shell may pull out of Zimbabwe: Report
Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell may pull out of operations in Zimbabwe, the Observer newspaper reported on Sunday.
Australia cancels visas over Mugabe links
Australia cancels student visas of 8 Zimbabweans whose parents are linked to President Robert Mugabe's government.
Zimbabwe eyes investment from India, China in mining sector
Zimbabwe is wooing investments from developing countries, including India and China, a media report has said.
G8 leaders may strongly condemn Zimbabwe: US
The White House has said that G8 leaders are likely to "strongly condemn" Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe and "strongly question" his government's legitimacy, at their Japan summit beginning on Monday.
Zimbabwe an issue for UN, not just Africa: US Secretary of State
Rice discussed plans to introduce measures this week at the UN Security Council, including an arms embargo and a travel ban on Mugabe's regime
Half a million children in Zimbabwe need aid: UNICEF
Some 500,000 Zimbabwean children are no longer getting the treatment and food they urgently need since the government suspended the work of humanitarian aid organisations, UNICEF said on Friday.
PM reaches out to Africa to push for UNSC reforms
Modi sought to focus on the need for UNSC reforms and support for the early adoption of the Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism (CCIT) in his bilaterals with African giants.
British foreign minister arrives in S.Africa as Zimbabwe rift widens
The British foreign minister arrived in South Africa Sunday for crisis talks on Zimbabwe, with London holding out against any power-sharing government in Harare which keeps Robert Mugabe in power.
Zimbabwe announces recount in 23 constituencies
Zimbabwe'e electoral commission has ordered a total recount to be held next Saturday in 23 constituencies, potentially enough to overturn the opposition's slim parliamentary majority.
US moves for UN sanctions on Mugabe; Russia, China may oppose
US has introduced a resolution in the UN Security Council seeking freezing of assets of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and 11 of his aides following the last week's much-criticised presidential run-off.
Bush says US looking at ways to sanction Zimbabwe
President George W Bush on Tuesday said that the United States is looking at ways to punish Zimbabwean leaders after China and Russia blocked sanctions at the United Nations last week.
Tesco cuts trade ties with Zimbabwe: company
Britain's biggest supermarket Tesco is to stop sourcing products from Zimbabwe due to international concern about the current political climate there, the company said in a statement Monday.
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