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Indian-origin man becomes 1st Sikh police chief of Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur: An Indian-origin man has become the police commissioner of Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur, the first Sikh to get selected to the top police post in the Muslim-majority ...Read More...

Pope Francis announces Indian firm’s Global Teacher Prize

The US$1-million prize has gone to a Palestinian primary school teacherRead More...

Yemen massacre survivor in shock, says Church leader

Abu Dhabi: The Apostolic Vicar of Southern Arabia says the Indian nun who survived the recent massacre in Yemen is physically fine. “She is doing reasonably well. As one ...Read More...

Kerala mulls police unit for Indian expats in UAE

Abu Dhabi: The new NRI (non-Indian resident) Commission set up by the government of Kerala is considering a police cell that will cater to overseas Indians, the newly elected ...Read More...

Indian captives in Iraq alive: Sushma

New Delhi: The 39 Indians, who have been held as captives by the dreaded ISIS in Iraq since June 2014, are believed to be still alive, External Affairs Minister Sushma ...Read More...

Yemen convent attack: Indian nun evacuated safely

Indian External Affairs Minister announced the nun's evacuationRead More...

Two Indian sailors killed, three injured in Yemen

Muscat: Two Indian sailors lost their lives in fire while on board a vessel in Yemeni waters. There others who suffered burns are in a critical condition at the ...Read More...

Indian priest missing in Yemen remains untraceable: Family

The priest was staying at the Missionaries of Charity convent at the time of attackRead More...

Indian Jesuit to head chair at Seattle University

He has been teaching at the university since JanuaryRead More...
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