India exports first warship

By delivering an offshore patrol vessel to Mauritius, India on Saturday exported its first warship.

India exports its first warship

By delivering an offshore patrol vessel to Mauritius, India today exported its first warship.

India to deliver corvette class warship to Mauritius on Dec 20

India will soon join the elite club of warship exporters, with the Kolkata-based defence PSU Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers Limited (GRSE) all set to deliver the first corvette class warship to Mauritius worth USD 58.5 million.

Mauritius names new prime minister Anerood Jugnauth

Mauritius' president on Sunday named veteran politician Sir Anerood Jugnauth as prime minister, after the 84-year old won a landslide victory taking nearly three-quarters of seats in parliament.

Mauritius opposition celebrate landslide victory

Mauritius` opposition coalition led by 84-year-old ex-president Anerood Jugnauth celebrated a landslide victory on Friday taking nearly three-quarters of seats in Parliament, as final election results were released.

Mauritius opposition sweep to victory in parliamentary polls

Mauritius' opposition celebrated victory on Thursday in parliamentary polls with the outgoing prime minister accepting defeat after voters rejected his proposals to boost presidential powers.

Mauritius PM accepts defeat as opposition sweeps polls

The outgoing prime minister of Mauritius accepted defeat on Thursday in parliamentary polls, with power on the island nation now expected to transfer to opposition leader and ex-president Anerood Jugnauth.

Opposition lead in Mauritius parliamentary poll count

Mauritius` opposition Lepep coalition took a strong early lead Thursday during vote counting for parliamentary polls on the Indian Ocean island nation, election officials said.

Vote counting in Mauritius Parliamentary polls

Election officials on the Indian Ocean island nation of Mauritius on Thursday counted votes from the parliamentary polls, with reports suggesting the opposition Alliance Lepep coalition was in the lead.

Mauritius votes over presidency, economy

Mauritians voted on Wednesday in parliamentary elections with rival parties promising to boost the economy and battling over the proposed strengthening of presidential powers.

GRSE to export first warship to Mauritius

Defence PSU Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers (GRSE) would export its first warship to Mauritius next month, a company official said.

SAARC to engage observer nations in productive projects

Increasing the engagement with observer countries like China, the eight-member SAARC bloc on Thursday decided to involve them in "productive and demand-driven" projects in priority areas.

DNA: SIT report to divulge significant revelations about Black money

SIT reports reveal that Black money goes beyond the narrow "Swiss accounts''.

India set to include Mauritius in Visa on Arrival scheme

India is working on the inclusion of Mauritius in the group of countries to be listed in its Visa on Arrival scheme, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said on Monday describing the bilateral ties as truly unique and extraordinary.

Indian Navy committed to ensure safety of Indian Ocean sea lanes: Sushma Swaraj

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Sunday stated that maritime security is of vital importance to both Mauritius and India.

India to cooperate with Mauritius to safeguard Indian Ocean: Sushma Swaraj

Port Louis: The Indian Navy is committed to ensuring the safety and security of the strategically vital Indian Ocean region in cooperation with the coast guards of Mauritius, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said on Sunday.

Swaraj hails India, Mauritius friendship

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Sunday recalled the historical linkages between India and Mauritius as she hailed the democratic values shared by the two countries saying that India will always be a "steadfast friend and partner" of the Indian Ocean nation.

Sushma Swaraj on three-day visit to Mauritius to attend diaspora event

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj begins a three-day visit to Mauritius from Saturday during which she will participate in the 180th anniversary of the Aapravasi Ghat, where from 1834 and 1920 almost half a million indentured Indian labourers arrived to work in the island's sugar plantations.

Bodies of 2 Indians who drowned in Mauritius flown back home

The bodies of two Indian businessmen who drowned in Mauritius on Oct. 11 were flown back here on Tuesday, airport sources said.

Watch: 3 Romantic old men, drunk Akshay Kumar in 'The Shaukeens' trailer
Watch: 3 Romantic old men, drunk Akshay Kumar in 'The Shaukeens' trailer

After Sonam Kapoor's 'Khoobsurat', another comedy remake is all set to hit the silver screen this November.