Indian helps discover major vulnerability in Net communication

A group of computer scientists led by Karthikeyan Bhargavan, a researcher at France-based INRIA, have discovered a serious vulnerability in the protocols used to encrypt data sent over the Internet.

Our uniqueness lies in acceptance of diversity: RSS chief

Stating that accepting diversity has been a unique quality of Indians, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Thursday said, "We came to know that 'puja' (worship) is so important during the Islamic invasion of India."

27 Indians stranded in Iraq return home

27 Indians, who had been stranded in Iraq's Basra city, returned to India on Sunday.

140 Indians to return from Iraq on Wednesday

As many as 140 Indians involved in labour issues in Basra in Iraq are coming back on Wednesday after intervention by the Indian embassy there.

Indians have power to change government: Pakistani analyst

The Indian citizenry has considerable practice in changing their fate through popular resistance and the ballot box, an idea Pakistan is still getting used to, a Pakistani political commentator said.

Govt needs evidence to act, not just names: Jaitley on black money

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Monday said the government needs evidence, and not just names, to act against the Indians holding black money accounts in Swiss HSBC Bank.

Nine Indians held at Turkey-Syria border, deported

 Nine Indians from three southern states were detained at the Turkey-Syria border and deported to India where they were being questioned on their motives, police said Saturday.

279 Indians died in Qatar in 2014

 A total of 279 Indians died in Qatar in 2014, up from 241 deaths in 2013, according to data released by the Indian embassy.

Najib pledges assistance to protect culture of ethnic groups

Lauding the contribution of ethnic Indians to Malaysia's progress, Prime Minister Najib Razak on Friday vowed to safeguard the language and culture of the minority community.

To boost tourism, Philippines mulling lifting visa requirement for Indians

With the aim to attract more tourists from India, the Philippines authorities are considering lifting visa requirements for Indians on an experimental basis for a year.

Indians largest foreign voter group in UK

 Over six lakh India-born migrants form the UK's largest foreign-born voter population and they could play a decisive role in certain constituencies in the general election in May.

Suicides by Indians in Oman on decline: Report

 There has been a fall in the number of suicides committed by Indians in Oman last year, a trend that reached alarming proportions in 2013, Indian embassy has said.

Indians urged to leave Ukraine's Lugansk, Donetsk areas as security deteriorates
Indians urged to leave Ukraine's Lugansk, Donetsk areas as security deteriorates

The Ministry of External Affairs on Friday 'strongly urged' Indians, especially students, to leave Ukraine's strife-torn Donetsk and Lugansk regions in view of the deteriorating security situation there.

559 Indians died in Kuwait last year: Embassy

 A total of 559 Indians died in Kuwait last year, five per cent more than compared to 2013, according to the Indian Embassy in Kuwait.

Students from US, north Indian varsities celebrate Pongal

 A group of students from the US and north Indian varsities today witnessed Tamilian culture and tradition as they participated in Pongal celebrations at a farm in Kaliyapuram near Pollachi in the district.

XPRIZE calls young Indians to participate in innovation competition

The US-based non-profit organisation has set up base in India to look for innovators who think-out-of the box and help tackle social, economic and hygiene challenges through technology.

Colonial 'mentality' hampering Hindi: VK Singh

Hindi is not getting its proper due as the "mentality" that developed out of "imperialism" continue to persist among Indians, Union Minister General (Retd) V K Singh said on Saturday.

Three Indians saved from execution in Saudi Arabia

Three Indians on death row in Saudi Arabia for the murder of their compatriot have been saved from being executed after an Indian businessman paid nearly USD 133,200 in blood money on their behalf.

Indians living longer, healthier lives: Lancet

India has made great strides in reducing both child and adult mortality since 1990, says a global study, adding that adults and children in the country are living longer and healthier lives than two decades earlier.