Slovenian newcomer Miro Cerar wins snap vote: Exit poll

The party of Slovenian political newcomer Miro Cerar, a law professor, won snap elections on Sunday with 36.9 per cent of the vote, exit polls released by private POP TV showed.

New rules on Slovenian Communist-era archive survive referendum

Controversial changes to a Slovenian law governing access to Communist-era secret services archives survived a referendum on Sunday as too few Slovenians turned up to vote.

Slovenia to hold Parliamentary Elections on July 13

Slovenes will vote on July 13 to elect a new Parliament, President Borut Pahor said on Sunday, in early polls called after the troubled eurozone member`s prime minister resigned last month.

Slovenia pays tribute to Jawaharlal Nehru

Goriska Brda, a beautiful Alpine district in western Slovenia, paid tribute to India`s first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru on his 50th death anniversary.

Slovenia PM resigns, seeks new elections

Slovenia`s prime minister announced her resignation today and pressed lawmakers to call early parliamentary elections next month.

Slovenian PM Alenka Bratusek to resign Monday, snap vote in June

Slovenian Prime Minister Alenka Bratusek said Saturday she has agreed with coalition partners to resign on Monday to create the conditions for early elections in June.

Fresh Slovenia turmoil as PM loses party leadership

Slovenia`s Prime Minister Alenka Bratusek lost the leadership of her party after 13 months in office Friday, plunging the small Eurozone country back into political turmoil.

Slovenia PM sounds warning over leadership challenge

Slovenian Prime Minister Alenka Bratusek warned that the small eurozone country could plunge back into political turmoil if her party chooses to replace her at a meeting on Friday.

120,000 households without power as snow, sleet hit Slovenia

Heavy snow and sleet battering most of Slovenia blocked roads and railways, and left 120,000 households without power across the Alpine country.

Music concert, movies at Indian fest in Slovenia

Music concerts, photo exhibition and Indian film shows will be part of a festival organised by the Indian embassy here.

Slovenia`s leading bank chief faces probe

Slovenia`s leading bank chief Janko Medja was detained by the country`s national bureau of investigation authorities Friday.

Pope sacks top Slovenian clergy over financial scandal

Pope Francis sacked Slovenia`s two Catholic clerics over a financial scandal that has reportedly left one archdiocese with a budget shortfall of EUR 800 million.

India, Slovenia discuss bilateral cooperation

India and Slovenia have held talks over bilateral cooperation in various sectors including economy, culture, and especially their Parliaments.

Slovenian nuke plant shuts down: Officials

Officials say Slovenia`s only nuclear power plant shut down automatically after a drop in pressure in a steam generator and there was no danger of a leak.

Former Austrian minister convicted of corruption

A court found a former Austrian interior minister and EU lawmaker Ernst Strasser guilty of corruption, rejecting his arguments that he thought British reporters were actually US intelligence agents.

It`s now Slovenia calling Bollywood!

Slovenia, a tiny land nestled in central Europe that has just received the attention of Bollywood`s overseas palette.

Slovenia Parliament confirms Jansa as PM

Janez Jansa has 15 days to put forward a cabinet charged with driving economic growth and introducing reforms.

Slovenia votes under cloud of eurozone debt crisis

Slovenians voted in snap elections with centre-left Prime Minister Borut Pahor expected to become the latest casualty of the eurozone debt crisis.

Bomb scare at US embassy in Slovenia

Preliminary probe showed that the incident was "a case of a tasteless joke".

The joke is on Italy if forwards fail to fire

Italy coach Cesare Prandelli has tried to keep his new generation of strikers on their toes ahead of Friday`s Euro 2012 qualifier in Slovenia by joking he would have recalled the old guard if the game had been decisive.