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Islamic Preacher Zakir Naik Seeks Citizenship in Malaysia

Controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik, wanted by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) on terror charges, has applied for Malaysian citizenship

Virat Kohli Only Indian in Top 10 of ICC ODI Rankings

The top three batsmen in International Cricket Council’s (ICC) players rankings - South Africa’s AB de Villiers (874 rating points), Australian David Warner (871) and India’s Virat Kohli (852) - are separated by just 22 points.

Spain And India PMs Meet to Boost Economic, Security Ties

India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi has met with his Spanish counterpart, Mariano Rajoy, for talks centering on security, fighting terrorism and economic relations.

Global Fashion Giants Fret Over India Cow Crackdown

Indian exporters were scrambling Tuesday to assure global clients like Zara and Giorgio Armani their shipments would arrive despite a government crackdown on cattle slaughter which threatens the lucrative leather industry.

Indian PM’s Party Leaders Charged Over 1992 Mosque Demolition

An Indian judge charged a minister in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government and senior leaders from his ruling party with criminal conspiracy in connection with the 1992 destruction of a mosque by a Hindu mob.

Chinese Market Opening up For Indian IT Firms Amid Losses in US

Chinese cos are now seeking collaboration with Indian firms in analysing large blocks of data, and putting them to wider use.

British Airways Chief Denies IT Glitch Due to Outsourcing to India

Chief Executive of the British Airways Alex Cruz on Monday ruled out resigning over the crippling flight disruption and maintained that the computer glitch had nothing to do with cutting costs or outsourcing IT services to India.

India’s Ethical Hackers Rewarded Abroad, Ignored at Home

India produces more ethical hackers -- those who break into computer networks to expose, rather than exploit, weaknesses -- than anywhere else in the world.

More Indian Expats Seek Costlier Houses Back Home

More expat Indians in the UAE are aiming for pricier properties back home

Indian Government Rejects Pakistan Cricket Series

India’s sports minister Vijay Goel said: “India, Pakistan cannot play bilateral series till cross-border terror from Pakistan (stops).”

How Indian IT Can Compete With Google And Facebook

The world's major societies are now wrestling with the enormous social power wielded by the internet's “platform companies“.

A Tale of Two Passovers

ow an American girl’s celebration of a ritual feast in Mumbai, far away from her home in New York, puts Jewish history and food traditions in perspective

Inside India's New Homemade Luxury Train

The Tejas Express has begun running between Mumbai and the tourist state of Goa.

India Leads Globally In Adoption Of Biometric Technology

The government first launched the Aadhaar Project, a biometrics programme, in 2009, creating the world's largest biometric data set.

Conservatives Woo British-Indians With Hindi Campaign Song

Britain's ruling Conservative Party has released a Hindi campaign song on Sunday in an attempt to woo the nearly 1.6 million strong Indian diaspora in the country.

U.K. Woos Indian Start-ups to Compete Internationally

Twenty Indian tech start-ups have been named as the winners of the India Emerging 20 (IE20) programme.

Bill Seeking H-1B Limits Exemption For Foreigners With US PhD Introduced

The bill is likely to benefit Indians given that they constitute the largest number of students doing PhD in the US.

Narendra Modi's Four-nation Europe Tour Begins

Bilateral cooperation on economic, defence, science and technology, and nuclear fronts, parleys on EU-India Free Trade Agreement, and fight against terror will top Prime Minister Narendra Modi's agenda during his four-nation tour of Europe.

A Model Co-operation Offered by The UK to India

Chevening’s India scheme is the largest of the 160 participating countries, with a budget of £2.4million funded by UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office, since inception in 1983 there are 2,400 Indian alumni.

UAE Hosts First Startup India Summit

It is climbing up to become number two by leading in tech innovation, to reach the next 6 Bn users.

Indians Issued Maximum Work Visas to UK in 2016

Indian nationals were issued the maximum number of skilled work visas to live and work in the UK last year.

India-England Exhibition to be Held in United Kingdom

This exhibition is a component of the UK India Year of Culture-2017.

India's New Homemade Luxury Train

The Tejas Express has begun running between Mumbai and the tourist state of Goa.

Where Are The Jobs in India

India may be the world’s fastest growing major economy, but the benefits of that growth do not seem to be percolating down to the masses.

Why Gaggan, The Best Restaurant in Asia, is Shutting Down

Gaggan’s owner-chef plans to shut down the restaurant, which registered its third straight win in the Asia’s 50 Best awards, as he believes in an expiration date.

Donald Trump Blamed For Job Losses as India Tech Workers Face Cuts

In cities like Bangalore, Chennai, Pune, Hyderabad and Kolkata, thousands of engineers who have been axed or face dismissal are banding together on social networks and WhatsApp groups to decry Trump’s policies.

US Senate Confirms Indian-American to Key Judicial Post

The US Senate has confirmed Indian-American Judge Amul Thapar to a key judicial position on the powerful US court of appeals.

As Trump Flexes Nationalist Muscles, US Universities Feel Indian Concerns

Since taking office in February, the Donald Trump administration has taken several steps that have worried foreign students.

India Moves a Step Closer to Joining International Arms Trade Arrangement

India has moved a step closer to joining an international arms trade arrangement which is expected to boost military trade.

American Journalist Victoria Lautman’s Quest to Find India’s Forgotten Stepwells

The Vanishing Stepwells of India’, published recently, is a welcome non-scholarly addition to existing academic research on the ancient architectural marvels

India Considering Punitive Actions Against Pakistan

India is moving towards isolating Pakistan diplomatically and is considering punitive actions against Islamabad for its alleged support to cross border terrorism, a top American defence intelligence chief has told lawmakers.

Sylvester Stallone Gives Bollywood Rambo Thumbs-up

Getting a message from Sylvester Stallone about a Bollywood Rambo remake was like "an endorsement from God", the film's director has said.

Twitter Suspends India Singer's Account Over Sexist Abuse

Popular Indian Bollywood singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya's Twitter account has been suspended after he tweeted about a female student leader.

NRI Tourists Footfall Ups India's Ranking in International Arrivals

The decision of the Ministry of Tourism to count arrivals of Non-Resident Indians (NRI) tourists under a separate head has boosted the ranking of India in the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO).

Majority of Employers Say H-1B Reforms Will Return Jobs to U.S.A.

A majority of employers say that President Donald Trump’s expected reforms to the H-1B foreign guest worker visa program will move jobs back to the U.S.

Goa, Singapore Most Preferred by Indian Tourists This Summer

While travelling overseas, short haul destinations were among the most preferred among Indians this summer.

Indian Mission in UK Organises Anti-terror Pledge for NRIs

The pledge invokes India's faith in the tradition of non-violence and tolerance.

India-Pakistan Tensions Surface in UK Election Campaign

Indo-Pak tensions over the issue of cross-border terrorism have made their way into the UK general election campaign that has been hotting up.

Israel Signs $630m Missile Deal With Indian Navy

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) signed a new $630 million contract to supply the Indian navy with missiles, Israeli media have revealed.

What Needs to be Done to Employ More Indians

There are no quick answers to creating jobs but the government in its fourth year realises the gravity of the situation.

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