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Inside a Far-right Hindu Self Defence Training Camp

Although the activities being conducted here are more in line with what you would find at an army training programme, organisers insist that this is a "self defence" camp for youth.

India's Mary Kom Seeks Olympic Wildcard Entry

India’s boxing star Mary Kom is seeking a wildcard entry to the Olympics after a loss last month during qualifying saw her dreams of competing in Rio shattered

India-origin Gynaecologist in UK on Trial For Groping Patients

A 53-year-old India-origin gynaecologist in the UK on Wednesday went on trial for allegedly groping six of his female patients, including a mother-of-two.

British Indian Business Leaders Back Anti-Brexit Campaign

Ahead of this month's key referendum, more than 80 British Indian business leaders have supported Britain's membership in the European Union , saying Brexit will have the "double whammy effect"

US Human Rights Commission to Discuss India

A Congressional commission will hold a hearing to examine the challenges to fundamental freedoms coinciding with the White House meeting between PM Modi and Barack Obama.

British Steel Returns as India's Tata Sells Assets

India's Tata Steel completed the part-sale of its European assets, safeguarding 4,800 jobs, but thousands more are threatened with no buyer found for the rest of the business.

NRI Hotelier Murder- Court Frames Charges Against One Accused

Even as the UK has rejected the body as that of NRI hotelier Ranjit Singh Power (54) on the basis of a DNA report, the court on Tuesday framed murder charges against accused Sukhdev Singh.

India to Ease Customs Clearance For Expats Travelling With Gold

Indian expats hassled by customs officials as they return home carrying gold jewellery may soon breathe easy.

Walmart, Gap Accused of Exploiting Indian Workers

Workers in countries like India and Bangladesh employed in supplier factories for global retail giants Walmart , Gap and H&M face "intensive labour exploitation and abuse"

Why Drinking in India is an Outdoor Sport

The dark and the bottle go together. Even some upmarket bars have the lighting turned down low and the windows shuttered.

NRI And Trumpji

How Trump is learning from Modi, and why that makes the Hindutva NRI very uncomfortable. If Modiji wants to build a fence on the Pakistan border, Trumpji wants to build a big business wall around the whole of America. Even this wall business, Trumpji learnt from Modiji only.

India Hopeful of Becoming Part of US Global Entry Program

In the upcoming Homeland security meet in July, India is expecting US to make India a part of its global entry program that ensures easy entry without going through harassment at the immigration counters for security checks.

India And USA Cosy up Fearing China

Shift in US policy after Obama became President and decades of indifference dumped as the USA enters into a strategic partnership with India.

Funds Vexed by Tax in India

India's resolve to collect capital-gains taxes from foreign investors, while laudable in its motivation, stands on wobbly operational legs.

Pressure Grows on India Over Marital Rape

India has long suffered from high levels of sexual violence including in the home, but governments have shunned making marital rape a crime.

India Keen to Make Morocco Its Economic Hub For Africa

India today said it wanted to make Morocco the hub for its economic activities in the African region as the two countries sought to inject fresh momentum in bilateral ties

India Ranks Fourth in Global Slavery Survey

India has been ranked fourth in a global survey that lists 167 countries where modern slavery is prevalent.

India's Rera Steps in to Safeguard NRI Realty Investors

India's Real Estate Regulator Bill, or Rera, which became an act from May 1, will shape up the country's real estate industry and help protect the interests of home buyers especially from based in Middle East and Gulf region.

Indian Couple Seeking $2.5 Billion in Compensation From ANZ

Indian couple who own the derelict $70 million 'Taj Mahal' are suing ANZ bank for a staggering $2.5BILLION after they claim they were sold undervalued shares.

Comedian in Trouble For Tendulkar Video

An Indian comedian is being investigated by police after posting a video mocking cricketer Sachin Tendulkar and singer Lata Mangeshkar.

Why Indian-Americans Win Spelling Bee Contests

Apart from winning the last nine spelling bees in the US, Indian-American children have also won the last five National Geographic Bees.

CM Okays NRI Sabha Bylaws

A controversy has erupted over the Punjab NRI Sabha’s bylaws, framed 19 years after its inception.

Sandhu First Indian to Play in European Top League

National football team goalkeeper Gurpreet Singh Sandhu has achieved a historic feat as he became the first Indian to feature in a top-tier league match in Europe by turning out for his Norwegian side Stabaek FC .

US Bullish on Wooing Indian Firms

Indo-US bilateral trade currently stands at around $107 billion and both President Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi have targeted to take it to $500 billion.

I-T Probe Into Arms Dealer Unearths Vadra Home in UK

A probe by the income tax department into the transactions of arms dealer Sanjay Bhandari has trained the spotlight on his alleged links with Congress chief Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra.

UK Govt Co, IFC Back Tatas Affordable Homes

Apart from CDC, IFC, a member of the World Bank group, will also invest $25 million in the company as it ramps up construction of affordable homes and townships.

Ban May Prove Costly For India

India’s decision to ban Italian defence conglomerate Finmeccanica and its subsidiaries from bidding for defence contracts drew a strong response from the United Kingdom.

Can’t Jeopardise India-Africa Ties

Expressing concern over a series of alleged attacks on Africans in the country, President Pranab Mukherjee Monday said it would be unfortunate if “our long tradition of friendship with the people of Africa” is diluted.

Microsoft CEO Explores Opportunities in India

Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella is currently visiting India, to look into the growing potential of the country as a market for multinational technology companies.

India Makes Arrests After Spate of Attacks on Africans

At least five arrested as New Delhi's Police Commissioner says there is "no element of racism" in recent attacks.

Indian Author Wins Asian Book Award

Book on a mysterious script of the Indus Valley civilisation wins S$10,000 award for “Scholastic Asian Book Award”

Indian-origin UK Minister Targets Party Leaders in EU Debate

Britain's most senior Indian-origin cabinet minister Priti Patel on Sunday launched a direct attack at her Conservative party leadership in her campaign to get Britain to vote to leave the European Union (EU) in the June 23 referendum.

BCCI Mulls Testing NRI Market

In their bid to cash in on the popularity of IPL among Indian diaspora, Indian Test captain Virat Kohli could be pitted against limited overs skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni in exhibition matches for their respective franchises in the United States.

Italian Marine, Detained by India in 2012, Returns Home

The second of two Italian marines detained by India in 2012 in the shooting deaths of two Indian fishermen has returned home.

India's Sun Pharma Gets U.S. Subpoena

The U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) has subpoenaed India's largest drugmaker Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd seeking information about the pricing and marketing of the generic drugs it sells in the United States.

U.S. Snubs Pakistan on India’s NSG Bid

Pakistan has opposed India's induction into the NSG on the grounds that it would give pace to nuclear arms race in the region.

The Ball Remains on The Indian Side of Court on BTIA

The Indian government has voiced concerns over recent changes to EU trademark law that allow the seizing of goods in transit to third countries via the EU.

Lost Charm

The popularity of Jatra, a centuries-old travelling theatre tradition in India's West Bengal state, is in decline.

Indians in China Form Body to Promote Classical Music

Indian expat music lovers, corporate houses and diplomatic missions in China came together to form for the first time a cultural group called 'Chaiti' to promote Indian classical music among Chinese.

Modi's Two Years in Power

India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who led his Bharatiya Janata Party to a spectacular win in the 2014 elections, is celebrating two years in power.

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