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Mother Teresa, The Nun Who Became a Saint

During her lifetime Mother Teresa became famous as the Catholic nun who dedicated her life to caring for the destitute and dying in the slums of Calcutta - now known as Kolkata.

Mar

02

2017

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Crowds Protest Against Trump at Indian Funeral of Man Klled in US

Srinivas Kuchibhotla, a 32-year-old aviation engineer, was killed in an apparently racially motivated shooting last week.

Mar

02

2017

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India’s Revised Tax Treaty With Singapore Takes Effect

India's revised tax treaty with Singapore, aimed at checking round-tripping of funds, has come into force.

Mar

02

2017

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Indian Colours, Peacock Light up The Buckingham Palace

Several events have been planned across Britain and India to mark the year of culture

Mar

01

2017

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The Making of Desi Girl Priyanka Chopra From Indian to International

One-fifth of the world’s population is South Asian. And it’s represented in the global film industry by one woman, Priyanka Chopra.

Mar

01

2017

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Indian-American Lawmakers Criticise Donald Trump's Address to US Congress

Indian-American lawmakers today criticised US President Donald Trump's maiden address to Congress, saying it lacked specificity and offered only unrealistic plans.

Mar

01

2017

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San Francisco University Lays Off IT Workers, Jobs Head To India

This was the University of California's first outsourcing, said a spokeswoman who added that the layoffs were necessary due to rising costs of technology.

Mar

01

2017

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Donald Trump Softens Stand on Immigration

US President Donald Trump on Wednesday called for adopting a merit-based immigration system that could benefit high-tech professionals from countries like India.

Mar

01

2017

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South India Traders Ban Pepsi, Coca-Cola

Traders in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu have banned the sale of Coca-Cola and Pepsi in favour of local products.

Mar

01

2017

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White House Says Kansas Shooting Racist

A shooting in Kansas that killed one Indian man and wounded another was an "act of racially motivated hatred", the White House has said.

Mar

01

2017

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NRI Executive at Uber Told to Quit

An India-born top executive at Uber was asked to resign after the ride-hailing titan found that he did not disclose that he had left his previous job at Google after a sexual harassment complaint.

Mar

01

2017

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Donald Trump Not Against Immigration of Skilled Workers

US President Donald Trump is open to immigration of skilled workers who can add to innovation.

Mar

01

2017

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Britain’s Tough Immigration Laws Could Destroy Its Iconic Indian Restaurants

The British curry industry is responsible for 100,000 jobs and contributes more than £4 billion to the UK economy.

Mar

01

2017

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Indian Students Help Subsidise Education Costs For UK

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Monday that the UK must realise the importance of Indian students to its economy because they help "subsidise" education costs in London.

Feb

28

2017

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Mumbai's Dhobi Ghat Makes $15 Million a Year

Dhobi Ghat, touted as the biggest open air laundry in the world located near Mahalaxmi railway station, was built during the British Raj in 1890.

Feb

28

2017

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Indians on H-1B Delay Home Visits For Fear of Not Getting Re-entry

Many Indians on working visa in the United States are cancelling or postponing their trips to India in the fear that they may not be allowed back in the country.

Feb

28

2017

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White House Reacts To Indian's Shooting

US President Donald Trump has reacted, through his press secretary Sean Spicer, to the shooting incident at a Kansas city bar.

Feb

28

2017

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Kansas Shooting Victim's Wife: I am Here to Spread Love

Alok Madasani and Mr Kutchibhotla's wife Sunayana have been talking about the question of race in America.

Feb

28

2017

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Glorious India to Honour US-based NRI Achievers

Glorious India Expo the mega Indian trade exhibition in New Jersey, is all set to bring the glory of India to the land holding the largest Indian diaspora.

Feb

28

2017

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Protectionist Policies Threaten IT Industry

India is lobbying the World Trade Organisation (WTO) to support increased trade in services and making a case for allowing its IT professionals to work across borders with greater ease amid a rising tide of protectionism.

Feb

28

2017

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India Demands Strongest Action From US After Kansas Killing

India demanded the 'strongest action' from the US government Sunday after an Indian expatriate was killed and another wounded in a suspected hate crime in the midwestern state of Kansas.

Feb

28

2017

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India Says UK Free Trade Deal Will Take Years

India's finance minister has said that a free trade deal with Britain will take a "long time" and that no negotiations will start until the Brexit process has been completed.

Feb

28

2017

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India Contributes to African Unity

Indian diplomacy facilitates Morocco’s return to African Union.

Feb

27

2017

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Priyanka Chopra Slays With Her Charm at Oscars 2017

Bollywood diva Priyanka Chopra upped the glam quotient with her high fashion sense, charm and personality at the 89th Academy Awards.

Feb

27

2017

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Indian Film Banned For Being Lady-oriented

India's film board has refused to certify a Hindi-language film which has already won acclaim at film festivals.

Feb

27

2017

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The Outcast Wives of India

Their husbands come from all over the world, but mainly countries with a large South Asian diaspora, like the UK, the US and Canada.

Feb

27

2017

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UK Keen to Facilitate Masala Bond Plans

The ambition of British government is not just to bring English capital to India, but also bring the global capital for growth.

Feb

27

2017

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Kansas Shooting: Widow of Indian Man Calls For Action on Hate Crimes

The widow of an Indian man killed in a Kansas bar said she was constantly worried about violence against foreigners in the United States, but her husband had assured her everything would be OK.

Feb

27

2017

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Indian-American Businessman Arrested For Defrauding Lenders

An Indian-American businessman, who previously owned a popular jewellery chain in Boston, has been arrested at the Los Angeles International Airport on his return from India on charges of defrauding his former lenders.

Feb

27

2017

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Techies Scared, But Lure of Big Pay Hard to Resist

Techies confess that the lure of the fat salaries on offer there is too hard to turn down.

Feb

27

2017

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India's Misadventure in Sri Lanka

For almost three decades, India has been accused of conducting a “misadventure” in Sri Lanka, sending thousands of soldiers for peace-keeping, where it got thrashed diplomatically, and at home, politically.

Feb

25

2017

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UK-India Relationship at Risk as Student Numbers Slide

Top diplomat says the co.llapse in Indian student numbers in the UK could destroy traditionally strong links between the two countries

Feb

25

2017

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India Steps Up Lobbying Against Visa Curbs

India has stepped up its lobbying effort against moves in the US Congress to impose curbs on H-1B visas for skilled workers that threaten the tech sector

Feb

25

2017

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US no More a Safe Place For Indians

Indian youth have been landing in troubles and losing their lives in USA due to alleged racism.

Feb

25

2017

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India Fury Over US Hate Crime Shootings

The shooting on Wednesday night led news bulletins in India and triggered outrage on social media

Feb

25

2017

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Five Horror Indian Pitches Where Spinners Killed Batsmen

The pitch for the first Test in Pune has already taken its toll on batsmen. HT looks at five instances in the past where dubious pitches produced results but not fascinating cricket.

Feb

25

2017

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Theresa May’s Stand on Visas Will Impact UK-India Trade Talks

A former British cabinet minister has raised serious doubts on whether the Theresa May government will be able to forge a free trade pact with India after Brexit

Feb

25

2017

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He Yelled ‘Get Out of my Country,’ And Then Shot 2 Men From India

There is a kind of hysteria spreading that is not good because so many of our beloved children live there.

Feb

24

2017

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Indians Largest Group of Foreign Skilled Workers In UK

Indians were the largest group of skilled workers granted visas to live and work in the UK last year at 57 per cent, according to official figures released here today.

Feb

24

2017

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Indian-origin Philanthropist Felicitated For Community Service

An Indian-American has been felicitated by the Indian Consulate here for his contribution towards the community and starting a mission that provides education to millions in tribal India.

Feb

24

2017

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Indian Shot Dead by American Spewing Racial Slurs in Kansas

An Indian engineer was killed and two others injured when an American man opened fire on them in a possible hate crime.

Feb

24

2017

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Singapore Registers Rise in Tourists From India

This is partly because of increased arrivals from tier-I and II cities from the country in response to the Singapore Tourism Board’s (STB) intense marketing campaign.

Feb

24

2017

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India Urges UK to Extradite 16 Including Vijay Mallya

India has urged Britain to speed up the process of extraditing 16 of its nationals including industrialist Vijay Mallya so that they can stand trial in the country.

Feb

24

2017

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Is Drastic Fall in Student Numbers Pushing UK to End Cap on Visa

Britain today said there was no cap on visa for Indian students and they were free to access world-class education in top notch UK universities.

Feb

24

2017

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EU Says Open To Highly Skilled Indian Professionals

The European Union today said it is ready to accommodate more Indian IT professionals and denounced any form of protectionism in global trade.

Feb

24

2017

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Trump Migration Plan Could Affect 3 Lakh NRIs

Nearly 3,00,000 Indian-Americans are likely to be impacted by the Trump administration’s sweeping plans that put the nation’s 11 million undocumented immigrants at risk of deportation.

Feb

24

2017

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Indian-American Jailed For Duping 300 Chinese Investors

An Indian-American hotel developer has been sentenced to three years of imprisonment by a US court for defrauding around 300 Chinese nationals who invested in his failed USD 900 million project.

Feb

22

2017

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Indian-Origin MP Seema Malhotra Among Anti-Trump Voices In UK Parliament

Indian-origin Labour MP Seema Malhotra was among a number of British MPs who spoke out against US President Donald Trump's proposed state visit to the UK in Parliament.

Feb

22

2017

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IPL Record as Rising Pune Supergiants Buy England All-rounder

England all-rounder Ben Stokes became the Indian Premier League's most expensive foreign player when Rising Pune Supergiants bought him for £1.7m.

Feb

22

2017

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US Blocks India at WTO on Localisation Issue

India’s request for a dispute settlement panel against the US for incentivising use of domestic over imported goods in its renewable energy programmes was taken up by the World Trade Organisation.

Feb

22

2017

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Workers’ Mobility Issue is Key to U.K.-India FTA

Resolving the issue of workers’ mobility would be “key” to a post-Brexit free trade agreement

Feb

22

2017

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EU Delegation in India to Gauge Reaction to Trump Admin

An EU delegation is here to gauge India's assessment of the new American administration and possible engagement between the two sides, amid Europe's mounting concern over Donald Trump's foreign policy rhetoric.

Feb

22

2017

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Mexico Wants to be The New USA For India

Borders are living and ever-changing phenomena, says Mexico's Ambassador to India, Melba Pria.

Feb

22

2017

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Brexit Adds zing to UK-India Year of Culture

The UK-India Year of Culture was announced during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s November 2015 visit to London but the Brexit vote has prompted extra focus.

Feb

22

2017

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Middle East, India Push up Global Arms Trade to Highest Levels

The global transfer of major weapons systems rose over the past five years to the highest volume since the end of the Cold War.

Feb

20

2017

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India Can Still Manage to Dodge Trump's H-1B Visa Bullet

Indian IT bodies have been highlighting that the top seven Indian companies account for only 13% of the total new H-1B visas issued.

Feb

20

2017

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India's Blind Perfumers

India has among the largest number of blind people in the world - more than five million.

Feb

20

2017

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UK Needs to do More on Students Visa Issue

The UK needs to do more on the students visa issue despite the "pluses" from British Prime Minister Theresa May's announcement about special categories of visas

Feb

20

2017

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Malaysia Announces Free E-visas For Indians

Sustainable tourism development was no longer a mere cliche but a major contributor to a more environmentally responsible economy.

Feb

20

2017

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Sandeep Das: Sing Me Home

Sandeep Das, the child prodigy from Patna, is the new Grammy-winning tabla icon.

Feb

20

2017

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A New Don

India’s relationship with the United States enters an era of uncertainty.

Feb

20

2017

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Viral Video Makes Case For US First, India Second

India is the latest country vying to be "second" after US President Donald Trump vowed to put America First.

Feb

20

2017

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How Would Unilever And Kraft Heinz’s Merger Play Out in India

A Unilever-Kraft merger would give Hindustan Unilever an opportunity to get into the food business, Kraft would get access to a huge distribution network in India

Feb

20

2017

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The Indian Restaurant Revolution

The traditional curry house .menu has been overhauled in Britain’s modern Indian restaurants.

Feb

20

2017

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Bank Of England Assures Hindu Group on Concerns Over Non-Veg Notes

One of UK's leading umbrella groups for Hindus has said the Bank of England has assured them that concerns over the use of animal fat in the new five-pound notes were being treated with "utmost seriousness.

Feb

18

2017

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Anish Kapoor Joins Global Art Coalition Against Far-right

Renowned Indian-origin British sculptor Anish Kapoor is among 200 artists, musicians and writers who have joined a global coalition against the rise of right-wing populism around the world.

Feb

18

2017

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There's Bigger Problem For Indian IT Companies Than Donald Trump

Businesses therefore have to take essential decisions on new technology in the face of a certain degree of uncertainty."

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