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.

Russia mulling abolition of visas for Indians: Minister

Russia on Friday said it is mulling abolition of visas for Indian businessmen and tourists and a decision in this regard could come soon.

Indian Nobel Laureates

Starting from 1913, when Rabindranath Tagore became the first Indian to be honoured with a Nobel, eight Indians have been honoured with the prestigious prize, Kailash Satyarthi being the latest this year.

Skill training: Germany promises enhanced cooperation

Germany on Thursday offered to enhance cooperation with India in imparting vocational training to young Indians, including developing courses for apprentices to suit the expanding industry and opening a national workers vocational university.

Five Indians arrested with weapons from Indo-Nepal border

Five Indian nationals allegedly carrying weapons were arrested today by Nepalese paramilitary forces, in a major crackdown on Indian criminal gangs operating along the Indo-Nepal border.

Indians hooked to internet every hour: Study
Indians hooked to internet every hour: Study

Fifty-three per cent of Indians are connected to the internet every waking hour which is higher than the global average of 51 per cent, a new international study has found.

Indian among three foreign workers kidnapped in Nigeria

Three expatriate construction workers were kidnapped on Friday in Nigeria`s Bayelsa state in the delta region, a security forces spokesman said.

Indians can beat Chinese, says Saina Nehwal
Indians can beat Chinese, says Saina Nehwal

Saina Nehwal said on Tuesday that Indians can beat their Chinese opponents in badminton. But the ace shuttler is aware of the difficulties in repeating such performances.

Indians make a splash in Victoria state elections

In a bid to make their presence felt in the Australian political landscape, Victorian-Indians are actively taking part in the upcoming state elections by contesting, campaigning and participating in the polls.

DNA: Narendra Modi emerges as the ultimate showman in politics

PM Narendra Modi's recent popularity in USA and Australia have earned him the title of the the ultimate showman in politics.The huge turnout and craze that awaits Modi on his foreign visits truly complement this fact.

Sydney delighted by Narendra Modi's historical speech-Part 2

Thousands of supporters of Indian prime minister, Narendra Modi, flocked to hear his historic speech at Allphones Arena in Sydney.

Sydney delighted by Narendra Modi's historical speech

Thousands of supporters of Indian prime minister, Narendra Modi, flocked to hear his historic speech at Allphones Arena in Sydney.

Sydney: Indians in Australia overwhlemed after PM Modi's speech at Allphones Arena

PM Modi got an overwhelming response from the excited Indians at at Allphones Arena in Sydney.

What do NRI think of Modi magic in Australia?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a lot of follower among Indians all over the world. What do NRI think of Modi magic in Australia?

Indians celebrate in Melbourne before boarding 'Modi Express'

Indians celebrate in Melbourne before boarding 'Modi Express' for Sydney.

Indians charged for running fraudulent investment scheme in US

New York: Two Indians have been charged by US authorities for running an alleged high-yield investment scheme through which they sought to exploit investors by pervasive social media pitches on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.

Black money: No valid reason given for not revealing names, says Swamy

BJP leader Subramanian Swamy Saturday said the government was not giving a valid reason in not revealing names of the accounts of Indians held in foreign banks.

Indians capable of building WhatsApp for the world: Official

Indians have it in their DNA to build the next WhatsApp for the world, a top company official said here Tuesday.