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Indian government bemoans Kansas death

New Delhi: India’s External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has condoled with the family of an Indian student who was killed during an attempted robbery in Kansas City in the ...Read More...

Indian-American shortlisted for US Supreme Court justice

Washington: Amul Thapar, an Indian-American legal luminary, is among the 25 shortlisted judges US President Donald Trump could nominate to replace Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, according to American ...Read More...

Indian peacekeepers in Sudan awarded UN medal

New Delhi: The 7 Garhwal Rifles Infantry Battalion Group was awarded the United Nations Medal for “selfless service” in the peacekeeping mission in South Sudan, the Army said on ...Read More...

Saudi Arabia bans foreign workers in 12 sectors

Many Indians to be affectedRead More...

Ireland turns to Indian priests to meet clerical shortage

In churches in neighbouring Britain too, Indian participation has been growing in recent years.Read More...

Trailing Kerala nuns in Germany

KOCHI: In the mid-1980s media in Kerala was agog with reports about Catholic girls from the state being taken to Italy with the promise of a career in nursing ...Read More...

Children to get funds raised for Indian family poisoned in New Zealand

The Church has not touched the money: spokespersonRead More...

Church withholds funds raised in New Zealand for Indian family

The family suffered from severe poisoning last yearRead More...

Church groups in UAE organize iftar parties

Earlier an Indian Christian built a mosque with his funds for Muslim laborersRead More...

Indian elected to head US-based congregation

The congregation works in five countriesRead More...
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