Movements determine the future of India that is Bharat, says Gopalkrishna Gandhi

Former West Bengal governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi said here on Wednesday that "movements" wrote the chapters in the history of India, and would continue to so, the latest being the Anna Hazare movement.

US to return 7 antiquities stolen from India

 

New York: A Honolulu museum has returned to American authorities seven rare antiquities believed to have been stolen from India and smuggled into the US by notorious art dealer Subhash Kapoor.

Indian-origin lecturer wins top nursing award

An Indian-origin woman here will receive an international award for her work in the healthcare sector for women and refugees, becoming the first Singaporean to get the prestigious biennial prize. 

Visit reflects importance of India-Nepal ties: Jaishankar

Indian Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar, who arrived here on Thursday on a two-day sojourn, said that his visit reflects the importance India attaches to its ties with Nepal.

Yemen crisis: Kirit Somaiya lauds govt, IAF for evacuating Indian nationals

Bharatiya Janata Party ( BJP) leader Kirit Somaiya on Thursday hailed Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led NDA government and the Indian Air Force (IAF) for evacuating 348 Indian nationals stranded in Yemen.

Harvard University set to open international office in Mumbai

The US' prestigious Harvard University is set to open its international offices in India, China and South Africa to facilitate research and academic work for its affiliates in those regions.

IAF planes bring back 358 Indians home from Yemen
IAF planes bring back 358 Indians home from Yemen

The first group of Indian national evacuated from strife-torn Yemen landed here on Thursday morning.

DNA: Arsenic in rice threatening your health?

Rice contains arsenic which is poisonous and causes health worries.
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India, 29 nations join hands against terrorism

India, Pakistan as well as the five permanent members of the Security Council are among the 30 nations who have joined hands for a group formed at the UN against terrorism.

Woman's burnt body found at husband's pyre in Maharashtra

The body of a 50-year-old woman was found at her husband's pyre giving rise to suspicion that she performed 'sati', a practice banned in India.

Mohammad Hafeez to undergo reassessment of bowling action
Mohammad Hafeez to undergo reassessment of bowling action

Pakistani all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez will undergo a reassessment test on his bowling action in India on April 9 to try to revive his struggling career, a statement said Wednesday.

International Kite Festival at Cha-Am Beach, Thailand
International Kite Festival at Cha-Am Beach, Thailand

A kite that is controlled by radio signals, delicious food and a range of handicraft booths. This festival in Thailand sounds promising, says Avril-Ann Braganza

Facebook to shut down on May 1
Facebook to shut down on May 1

The social networking site Facebook is shutting down on 1st of May, to the shock and dismay of users across the world.

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Boost for S African defence industry from Indian military deal

India, world's largest arms importer, has signed defence deal worth nearly USD 80 million with South African companies for integrated self-protection systems on its indigenously developed Dhruv Advanced Light Helicopters.

IAF plane reaches Djibouti to bring back Indians

The government on Wednesday said that an Indian Air Force transport aircraft has reached Djibouti to bring back Indians who are on way to the African nation after they were evacuated from neighbouring strife-torn Yemen.

US man accused of falsely promising to return abducted kids

A 49-year-old man was today charged with defrauding parents of kidnapped children, including falsely promising some of them of bringing back their children allegedly abducted from the US and taken to India.

China shadow over ambitious Guwahati-Tawang connectivity?

India may again approach Bhutan for an early clearance to a crucial road passing through its territory that connects strategically important Tawang with Guwahati as the neighbouring country has put on hold the project apparently due to fear of antagonising China.

Evacuation of Indian nationals from Yemen 'a national effort': MEA

The Ministry of External Affairs on Wednesday said the evacuation of 348 Indian nationals from strife-torn Yemen was a national effort involving various aspects of the country's assets like the Air Force, Navy and Air India.

Indian nationals evacuated from Yemen will be home tonight: MEA
Indian nationals evacuated from Yemen will be home tonight: MEA

INS Sumitra on Wednesday reached Djibouti with first batch of Indians evacuated from war-torn Yemen.