Will invite Portuguese PM to felicitate him: Laxmikant Parsekar

Goa was a Portuguese colony for over 450 years until it was liberated by the Indian Army on December 19, 1961. 

Khalistani terrorist's extradition sought as crimes committed in India

India has sought the extradition of Khalistani terrorist Paramjit Singh Pamma from Portugal.

Indian sought for murder, bomb attacks held in Portugal

An appeal court in southern Portugal decided to continue the detention of an Indian national, Paramjeet Singh, wanted by New Delhi for a homicide and bomb

Splintered Spanish vote heralds arduous coalition talks

Splintered Spanish vote heralds arduous coalition talks

 A historically fragmented vote in Spanish elections on Sunday heralded weeks of talks to form a coalition government, with neither Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy`s conservatives nor left-wing parties winning a clear mandate to govern.

David Cameron points to 'Brexit' referendum next year

British Prime Minister David Cameron strongly suggested on Friday that he would hold his promised in-out referendum on EU membership in 2016 after securing a deal on his "Brexit" reform demands.

Sex toy kills 91-year-old woman during sex romp with younger male

Sex toy kills 91-year-old woman during sex romp with younger male

Alongside her was an unspecified sex toy, presumably a dildo or vibrator, according to the New York Daily News.

Narendra Modi congratulates new PM of Portugal

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday congratulated Portugal's new Prime Minister Antonio Costa and said he looks forward to working with him to strengthen bilateral ties.

New Portugal PM forms government in delicate balancing act

Portugal's new Prime Minister Antonio Costa on Wednesday formed a new government that will have to pull off a tricky balancing act, satisfying both Brussels and his allies on the radical left.

German secret service 'systematically spied' on allies: Report

Germany's secret service "systematically spied" on its allies and various international organisations such as the Red Cross, Der Spiegel magazine reported on Saturday.

Goa festival- A tribute to its unique Portuguese moorings

Goa festival- A tribute to its unique Portuguese moorings

The Semana de Cultura Indo-Portuguese festival’s explicit purpose is to promote Goan culture.

Portugal to face Russia in football friendly on November 13

Portugal to face Russia in football friendly on November 13

The Russian Football Union has announced that the country will face Portugal in a friendly match on November 13 in London.

Portugal, India sign agreement on Nalanda University

Portugal, India sign agreement on Nalanda University

Lending it a further international character, Portugal has become the 17th country to sign an agreement with India on the establishment of Nalanda University.

Euro 2016 qualifiers: Joao Moutinho sees Portugal progress, Karim Benzema scores brace for France

Euro 2016 qualifiers: Joao Moutinho sees Portugal progress, Karim Benzema scores brace for France

Joao Moutinho got the only goal of the game as Portugal confirmed top spot in the Euro 2016 qualifying Group I. Karim Benzema helped France to an emphatic 4-0 win over Armenia.

Italian prosecutor: Convicted US diplomat held in Portugal

De Sousa was among 26 Americans, mostly CIA agents, convicted in absentia over the of kidnapping of Milan cleric Osama Moustafa Hassan Nasr, known as Abu Omar.

Cristiano Ronaldo's dedication is unbelievable: Deco

Cristiano Ronaldo's dedication is unbelievable: Deco

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo's commitment to being the best is unbelievable and almost like a sickness, according to his former Portugal teammate Deco.

Portugal votes in test for austerity policies

Portugal voted on Sunday in an election seen as a test of four years of austerity, with the centre- right coalition that pushed through the punishing bailout seen as the favourite - but unlikely to win a clear mandate.

Portugal drops tax fraud probe against Luiz Felipe​ Scolari

Portugal drops tax fraud probe against Luiz Felipe​ Scolari

Portuguese authorities have closed a tax fraud probe into former Brazil and Portgual football coach Luiz Felipe Scolari after he paid three million euros ($3.4 million), officials said.

Portugal says it is ready to welcome more migrants

Portugal said on Thursday that it is ready to welcome "a greater number" of migrants than the proposed 1,500, as Europe tries to handle an overwhelming number of asylum seekers arriving on its shores.

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Gap closes between Portugal`s main parties ahead of vote: Poll

Two months ahead of Portugal`s parliamentary elections, the gap was closing between the outgoing centre right coalition and the Socialist Party, a poll showed on Friday.