Indian citizens abducted by ISIS in Iraq: SC directs Centre to appoint Nodal Officer

Indian citizens abducted by ISIS in Iraq: SC directs Centre to appoint Nodal Officer

ISIS had abducted Indian construction workers in Iraq's Mosul city in June 2014.

Net Neutrality: Facebook board member's offensive tweet on 'colonialism' leaves Indians fuming

Net Neutrality: Facebook board member's offensive tweet on 'colonialism' leaves Indians fuming

Marc Andreessen is a wealthy Silicon Valley entrepreneur and investor.

39 Indians in ISIS captivity in Iraq: Arab world helping to get them free, says Sushma

39 Indians in ISIS captivity in Iraq: Arab world helping to get them free, says Sushma

Last year, the ministry had said that all 39 Indians held hostage in Iraq by the Islamic State are alive.

Agencies verifying reports of Indians killed by ISIS

Security agencies are examining reports that four Indians could be among the 20 ISIS fighters who were reportedly beheaded in full public view for trying to flee a war zone in Iraq's Mosul city.

61% Indians aged 45-plus want to retire in next 5 years: Survey

61% Indians aged 45-plus want to retire in next 5 years: Survey

Nearly 61 percent working population in India aged 45 plus want to retire in the next five years, with the majority saying work-related pressure is affecting their mental and physical health.

Most Indians believe job opportunities in India are good: Study

 A large number of Indians are optimistic about the employment scenario in the country, a survey says.

Over 14,000 Indians overstayed in US in 2015

According to the 'Entry/Exit Overstay Report for Fiscal 2015', of the nearly 45 million non-immigrant visitor admissions through air or sea, a total of 527,127 overstayed their welcome.

LGBT Indians to drive taxis in Mumbai, sign of social acceptance

LGBT Indians to drive taxis in Mumbai, sign of social acceptance

A project launched by Wings Travels and community organisation Humsafar Trust will train up to 300 members of the LGBT community to drive cabs in Mumbai.

Indians known as Hindus when they go abroad: RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat

Indians known as Hindus when they go abroad: RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat

RSS chief on Thursday said India has accepted diversity and all Indians, when they go abroad, are known as Hindus.

92% Indians perceive climate change as a major threat: Survey

A total of 92 percent Indians polled by independent market research company Ipsos view global warming and climate change as major threats.

Deported from US: Not just Indian students but also tourists and businessmen

Deported from US: Not just Indian students but also tourists and businessmen

The MEA in an advisory said “some Indian nationals travelling on business/tourism/work visas have also been deported (from the US)”.

Indians three times more prone to cardiac arrest than Americans, say experts

Indians are three times more prone to cardiac arrest than Americans owing primarily to poor lifestyle, eating habits and genetic reasons, medical experts have said.

'2015 saw 30 lakh Indians joining millions worldwide against climate change'

Over 20 lakh Indians participated in a global campaign to demand urgent action to tackle poverty, inequality and climate change that preceded the Conference of Parties (CoP-21) in November, the world's largest civil society movement said.

Do Indians see personal time as luxury? Know what a study says

Do Indians see personal time as luxury? Know what a study says

A study concluded by Taiwanese tech major ASUS, found that in India, 40 percent of respondents see luxury as the ability to do things in their own way.

Two Indians among three killed in missile attack in Saudi Arabia

Two Indians among three killed in missile attack in Saudi Arabia

The shelling last evening killed two Indian workers and one Saudi citizen, a civil defence spokesman was quoted as saying by the state-run SPA news agency.

755 Indians went missing in 29 countries in past 3 years: Govt

755 Indians went missing in 29 countries in past 3 years: Govt

 As many as 755 Indians went missing in 29 foreign countries in the past three years and 198 of them were traced.

Islamic State pledges to wage war against India, says PM Modi radicalising people against Muslims

Islamic State pledges to wage war against India, says PM Modi radicalising people against Muslims

The ISIS through its official publication has for the first time discussed the political scenario in India.

Pot belly now common among Indians on low incomes too

Traditionally thought to be a mark of prosperity, obesity is no longer confined to the rich in India. A new research has found that more than one in four middle-aged Indians on low and middling incomes now have an unhealthy midriff bulge.

Young Indians falling short on fruits, vegetables intake: Survey

Young Indians are falling considerably short of the daily intake of fruits and vegetables as recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO), a significant research has revealed.

Terrorism not just takes lives, but derail economies: PM Modi at 37th Singapore Lecture

Terrorism not just takes lives, but derail economies: PM Modi at 37th Singapore Lecture

PM Modi said the Swachh Bharat campaign is not just a programme to clean environment, but to transform the way we think.