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Two Indians who joined IS killed in Syria,Afghanistan

Palakkad,Kasargod(Kerala): Two Keralites, who allegedly joined terror groups last year, have reportedly been killed in Syria and Afghanistan in airstrikes by the US. The deceased were identified as Yahya ...Read More...

Indian man shot dead in crossfire outside US motel

The 56-year-old man, Khandu Patel, worked as a housekeeper at Americas Best Value Inn and Suites in Whitehaven.Read More...

101-year-old Indian wins 100m dash at World Masters Games

Auckland, New Zealand: Man Kaur, a 101-year-old athlete from India, won the 100 metres sprint at the World Masters Games in Auckland on Monday, celebrating with a little dance. ...Read More...

Indian-Origin educationist wins ‘Businesswoman of Year’ award

London:  An Indian-origin educationist in the UK, who moved to Britain after her marriage with no English language skills, has been named the ‘Asian Businesswoman of the Year’ in ...Read More...

38 Indians detained in UK for visa breach in factory raids

London:Britain’s immigration officials have detained 38 Indians, including nine women, for overstaying their visas or working illegally after conducting raids in two clothing factories in the city of Leicester. ...Read More...

Indian-origin doctor faces genital mutilation charges in US

She defends it as religious practiceRead More...

Indian-origin doctor fired by Trump administration

Vivek Murthy, the first Indian-American appointed by the Barack Obama regime as the Surgeon-General, has been dismissed by the Trump administration to bring new leadership to the vital public ...Read More...

Wife beating: Indian gets one month jail in US

New York: An Indian-origin Silicon Valley CEO accused of beating his Indian-American wife for several years may end up serving less than just a month in jail after he ...Read More...

Indian engineer wins ‘Cartier Women’s Initiative award’

Trupti Jain was among six winners chosen from nearly 1,900 applicants from over 120 countriesRead More...

Indian among 13 consulters to Vatican Communications secretariat

By C.M. Paul Rome: Pope Francis has appointed 13 new consulters, including an Indian, for the Vatican’s Secretariat for Social Communications. Father Peter Gonsalves of Mumbai Salesian Province is ...Read More...
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