2G Scam: Subramanian Swamy’s War against the Ruling Congress

Mobbed by cameramen and with two fingers raised in a victory salute, Subramanian Swamy stood before the Supreme Court on Thursday, flushed with the vindication of an unrelenting legal campaign aimed at the country's most powerful politicians and the Congress party.

Kendall and Kylie Jenner Cover Teen Vogue, Talk Boys, Blogs and Sisterly Love

Kendall and Kylie Jenner might be the youngest of the Kardashian clan, but they were certainly not born yesterday. At just 16 and 14, respectively, Kendall and Kylie Jenner already have spin-off specials, namesake nail polishes and a Most Fashionable Sisters award on their belts. They walked in New York Fashion Week and have over 3.4 million Twitter followers combined. Now they are on the cover of Teen Vogue.

McDonald's Washes Lettuce in Washing Machine? Arabian Franchise Denies Claims

A the Middle East franchise of American fast food giant McDonald's has refuted allegations that lettuce is being washed in a washing machine, prior to being served to customers. The allegations were made after a crudely shot video clip, allegedly from a kitchen of an as yet unidentified McDonald's outlet, was uploaded on YouTube.



'Sex and the City' Creator Says 'I’ve Moved On,' Will Not Make More Movies

If you've been desperately wishing for another Sex and the City movie to come out, you may as well be pining away for something as equally attainable as winning the lottery. During a press conference at a Television Critics Association in Pasadena, Calif. this week, Sex and the City creator Michael Patrick King said he has moved on from Carrie Bradshaw movies.
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Japan to Cut Iran Oil Imports

Japan has joined the U.S. in its economic efforts to pressure Iran to abandon its nuclear program by agreeing to buy less Iranian oil.