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  • Obama urges religious tolerance, human rights in India

    Obama urges religious tolerance, human rights in India
    President Obama urged support for religious tolerance and human rights in a speech Tuesday in New Delhi, drawing on the American experience and his own personal ones to soften a message with the potential to give offense to his Indian hosts, especially...
  • Review: Restaurant brings India's cuisine to Boca

    Review: Restaurant brings India's cuisine to Boca
    We took a designated taster to this media sampling of Indian food, in case the curry or other dishes were too hot to handle. That turned out to be a misnomer at this chic, white napkin restaurant Sapphire Indian Cuisine in Royal Palm Place. Four...
  • Obama in India a win-win for both: My Word

    President Barack Obama is visiting India to attend India's Republic Day celebration on Monday. This visit should not be limited to symbolism. Expectations in Washington and New Delhi are high, and a boost in Indo-U.S. relations, trade and defense...
  • U.S. standard of living remains in good shape

    U.S. standard of living remains in good shape
    According to news reports, the United States is now officially the world's second economic power. The Chinese economy has surpassed the U.S. economy. Even other developing nations such as India and Brazil have a much higher gross domestic product than...
  • Seminole family's camp an early tourist venue

    Seminole family's camp an early tourist venue
    Annie Jumper Tommie, a Seminole leader of the Panther Clan, in 1902 established a camp along the north fork of the New River near 101 NW 15th Ave. Tommie and her family, husband Doctor Tommie; mother Mammy; brother Willie Jumper; and her children...
  • After Apology From 'Gandhi-Bot' Brewer, Liquor Store Owners Take Stock

    After Apology From 'Gandhi-Bot' Brewer, Liquor Store Owners Take Stock
    The reaction to a peculiar Connecticut beer has put Bhaskar Sureja in a tough position. He stocks Gandhi-Bot, a wildly popular and equally hoppy creation of New England Brewing Co., which also generously borrows from the image of Mahatma Gandhi, the...
  • About 80 bodies found in India's Ganges River in apparent 'burial'

    About 80 bodies found in India's Ganges River in apparent 'burial'
    Authorities in northern India said Wednesday that some 80 bodies that surfaced in the Ganges River this week – many of them children – had been given traditional water burials and were not victims of foul play. Villagers in Pariyar, 50 miles...
  • The carbon that's killing India, and how California can help

    The carbon that's killing India, and how California can help
    This week, President Obama is the chief guest of Prime Minister Narendra Modi at India's Republic Day celebrations. At the close of the historic visit, the two leaders are expected to announce cooperation on a suite of climate and clean energy measures,...
  • Obama heads to India to revive 'pivot to Asia' policy

    Obama heads to India to revive 'pivot to Asia' policy
    Just two months after his last trip to Asia, President Obama left Saturday for a three-day visit to India that includes no world summits, no major decisions to make and a relaxed schedule designed mainly to give plenty of chances for dinner and...
  • Obama to cut short India trip to visit Saudi Arabia

    Obama to cut short India trip to visit Saudi Arabia
    President Barack Obama will cut short his three-day trip to India to travel to Saudi Arabia to pay respects following the death of King Abdullah, U.S. and Indian officials said Saturday, hours before the president was to depart for New Delhi. The...
  • India cracks down on Greenpeace, other environmental groups

    India cracks down on Greenpeace, other environmental groups
    The Indian government has launched a crackdown on Greenpeace and other U.S.-linked environmental groups after intelligence officials accused climate activists of harming the country’s economic security. Authorities over the weekend barred a...