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Indian nun joins Pontifical Commission for Protection of Minors

Sister Arina Gonsalves was involved with the Archdiocese of Mumbai to protect childrenRead More...

Saudi Arabia bans foreign workers, Indians threatened

New Delhi: In a bid to pressure companies into hiring more Saudi citizens and reduce unemployment in the country, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has imposed a restriction on ...Read More...

Florida shooting: Indian-American teacher hailed for heroism

A quick-acting Indian-American maths teacher is being hailed for saving the lives of her students during the shooting rampage at a Florida high school that left 17 dead. When an ...Read More...

Indians in orphan choir that tours US

They are sharing a message of hope on their tour across the United StatesRead More...

Religious NGOs connect grassroots at UN

By Matters India Reporter New York: Indians played key roles when nine international NGOs met at the UN met to stress linking development and human rights to eradicate global ...Read More...

‘Rights of Dalits, Tribals in India taken for granted,’ activist tells UN

By Matters India Reporter New York: An Indian rights activist told UN that rights of Dalits and Tribals in India are taken for granted. Ajaya Kumar Singh, one of ...Read More...

Sikh soldiers to get new war memorial in London

London: The UK government has agreed to support and fund a national memorial to honour the sacrifices and contribution of Sikh soldiers who fought for Britain and its allies ...Read More...

Indian-origin pioneers inducted into US inventors Hall Of Fame

Washington: Two Indian-American innovation pioneers — Arogyaswami Paulraj for his MIMO wireless technology and Sumita Mitra for her nanocomposite dental materials — have been inducted into the prestigious National ...Read More...

Why Pinoys call Indians ‘Bumbay’—and other Indian stereotypes

“Sige ka, kukunin ka ng Bumbay!” Many Filipino children have heard this threat from their parents or guardians at one point in their lives, especially during times when they ...Read More...

Indian-origin boy beats Einstein, Hawking in IQ Test

Mehul Garg decided to take the test to follow in the footsteps of his older brotherRead More...
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