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Indian woman to join CNN as vice president

The managing editor of Los Angeles Times, Sanghamitra Kalita who joined LA Times in March last year will reportedly be leaving the tribune publishing-owned broadsheet in favour of CNN’s ...Read More...

Indian nun deals with Pope’s mailbox first

By Lisa Monteiro Inside the archives section of the Vatican Secretariat in Rome sits Sister Lucy Britto. For seven hours every day, she sifts through the sea of mail ...Read More...

UK election: Record Indians in House of Commons

London: There is much delight in Britain’s Sikh community over the election of Preet Kaur Gill – the first Sikh woman MP – and Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi – the ...Read More...

Pune couple wins racial slur case in England

By Salonee Mistry The post-Brexit rise in racist attacks, both physical and verbal, have had non-resident Indians (NRIs) in the UK at the receiving end ever since Britain’s decision ...Read More...

Four Indian university students win European award

The theme of the contest was “Text and Image.”Read More...

US: Indian techie, son drown in swimming pool

Michigan,USA: In a tragic incident, a 31-year-old Indian techie, Nagaraju Surepalli and his three-year-old son, Ananth Sai, drowned on Wednesday in a community swimming pool in Novi in Michigan ...Read More...

Indian-origin man killed in baseball bat attack

London: An Indian-origin man has been killed in the UK by an unidentified person who attacked him with a baseball bat, Scotland Yard said on Friday as it offered ...Read More...

Indian-origin man to become next Irish prime minister

Leo Varadkar will succeed Enda Kenny as prime minister Read More...

Indian woman escapes slavery in Saudi Arabia

A Kerala nurse alerted Kaur’s family about her plightRead More...

Kerala painter’s work draws huge response in Victorian Parliament

Melbourne/Thiruvananthapuram: A Kerala NRI painter’s work on a 50-metre long single canvas titled “Pride of Australia” was on display at the Queen’s Hall in the Victorian Parliament and fetched ...Read More...
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