Young Rubina Ali’s social diary has been more than full these past few months: a trip to Paris; a tea party in Westminster, London; a dance show in Hong Kong; product endorsements; and numerous trips in and out of India for award shows and to promote the Slumdog Millionaire child actor’s autobiography, Slumgirl Dreaming.
In the inevitable comparisons that economists and businesspeople make between Asia’s two rising giants, China and India, China nearly always comes out on top. The Chinese economy historically outpaces India’s by just about every measure.
Steven Spurrier was in Mumbai but thinking of Paris.
When India finally let its hair down after the financial liberalization of the ’90s, local chefs had to radically reconsider their chutneys.
Seven suspects arrested in Pakistan in connection with the Mumbai, India, attacks of last year will be charged in their next court appearance, a Pakistani official said Saturday.
Schools, colleges and cinema halls in India’s commercial capital of Mumbai have been ordered to shut over a mounting H1N1 scare, officials said Wednesday.
Pakistan has launched a global manhunt for 13 fugitives wanted in connection with last year’s terror attacks on the Indian financial capital of Mumbai. Pakistan asked the international police agency Interpol to issue a global alert for the wanted men, Interpol announced Thursday. The alert did not identify the 13 suspects, but it said that “the fugitives’ names and other nominal data” will be sent to police in Interpol’s 186 member countries
An anti-terror court in India Thursday sentenced a couple and their accomplice to death for the 2003 attacks in Mumbai that prosecutors said were carried out at the behest of Pakistan-based militants.
Indian prosecutors Tuesday formally sought death sentences for a couple and their accomplice, convicted last week of the 2003 twin bomb attacks in Mumbai.
An Indian judge Friday allowed prosecutors to summon five foreigners, including FBI agents, to testify in connection with the Mumbai terror trial. Special public prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam told CNN that the identities of the witnesses would not be disclosed. Prosecutors have argued that they need time to examine more witnesses despite confession of Mohammed Ajmal Kasab, the alleged gunman captured alive from last year’s Mumbai’s terror assaults.