Articles by Nagesh Narayana

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Gaddafi seeks deal to exit

Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi was looking for an agreement allowing him to step down, said Al Jazeera quoting sources in the governing council.

UN adviser Rajat Gupta had role in insider-trading case: SEC

Rajat Gupta, former McKinsey’s chief and currently special adviser to the secretary-general of the United Nations on management reforms, has been accused by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) of having role in a major hedge fund insider-trading case.

Kasab's death sentence upheld by High Court

The Bombay High Court has upheld the death sentence to Pakistani terrorist Ajmal Amir Kasab for involvement in the Nov. 26, 2008 terror attacks in Mumbai in which 166 people were killed

Clinton changes tone, supports Egyptians' right to chart their own future

The tone of US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has changed visibly on Sunday in her interview on the five morning TV news shows before leaving for Haiti. Stressing elections as a way out of the current impasse in Egypt, she said democracy is in the best interest of everyone, including the current government.

Mandela hospitalized, doctors say for respiratory trouble

Former South African President Nelson Mandela was flown from Cape Town to Milipark Hospital early this week where apparently Routine tests were being conducted but a beeline of his relatives from grandchildren to great-grandchildren raised eye brows about the health of the 92-year-old anti-apartheid hero.

Twitter confirms it's blocked in Egypt

Twitter said it was blocked in Egypt on Tuesday in view of the protests on Cairo streets which sent the social networking site into an instant information platform with messages coming from all corners.