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Indian-American dancer to raise funds for US school

New York: An Indian-American classical dancer is set to perform at a concert in California this weekend to raise funds for a high-poverty elementary school, a media report said. ...Read More...

Shakuntala’s story takes Edinburgh fringe festival by storm

London: One of Hindu mythologies greatest love stories has now hit the stage in a new avatar – a hard rock opera. The world’s best known cultural festival – ...Read More...

Dubai- based businessman helps debt-ridden Indian prisoners’ release

He aims to provide relief to imprisoned Indians who have appealed for help on humanitarian groundsRead More...

Malayalam gets global push, new status in Germany

Malayalam is set to get its first big global push. In October, the University of Tubingen in Germany will be setting up a chair dedicated to the teaching of ...Read More...

First Kandhamal priest assigned to serve in Ireland

Father Mahanayak was  ordained in 1994Read More...

Indian-origin brides in UK use spies before arranged marriage

London : A growing number of Indian-origin families are using the services of private detectives to check on prospective grooms for their daughters before finalising an arranged marriage. Companies ...Read More...

48,000 register for Modi’s reception in UAE

Abu Dhabi: Nearly 48,000 Indians in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have so far registered for the public reception of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is scheduled to visit ...Read More...

Father Barnabas has place to call home in Arkansas

Native of India is 'pastoral by nature,' serving Catholic faithful in Bella VistaRead More...

67% increase in Indians studying in New Zealand

New Delhi: There has been an increase of 67 per cent in the number of Indian students enrolling in universities in New Zealand in the last financial year, High Commissioner ...Read More...

British sikhs tell India it has no claim on the ‘Koh-i-Noor’ diamond

London: After British MP Keith Vaz called for the world-famous ‘Koh-i-Noor’ diamond to be returned to India during Narendra Modi’s UK visit in November, British Sikhs replied, “hell no!”. ...Read More...
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