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Priyanka Slams Donald Trump

Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra, a star of "Quantico" - an American TV series on fighting terror - has slammed Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump's call to ban Muslim immigrants from the US.

Apr

27

2016

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Government to Get Vijay Mallya Extradited From UK

The Centre on Tuesday informed the Supreme Court that it would soon initiate court proceedings and approach the British government to get Vijay Mallya extradited from Britain.

Apr

27

2016

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US-India Martime Partnership Speeds Ahead

India and the United States have agreed to strengthen their cooperation on maritime security, as concerns grow in Washington over Beijing’s growing military ambitions

Apr

26

2016

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Delhi's Iconic National Museum of Natural History Destroyed In Fire

A massive fire completely destroyed the iconic National Museum of Natural History in Delhi after it broke out late last night.

Apr

26

2016

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India, US Agree to Use Each Others Defence Platforms

Defense officials said that if India begins using the catapult technology, then there could be opportunities for India to buy U.S.-made FA-18 fighter jets or other aircraft that use that launching system.

Apr

25

2016

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Vijay Mallya's Name is on UK Electoral Rolls

Indian liquor baron Vijay Mallya, whose Kingfisher Airlines has been accused of having defaulted on loans and faces legal proceedings, appears on the electoral rolls in the UK with his country home in Britain as his recorded address

Apr

25

2016

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India Cancels Chinese Dissident Leader's Visa

India has cancelled the visa of Chinese dissident leader and Uighur activist Dolkun Isa after a protest by Beijing.

Apr

25

2016

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Workers From India Hardest to Understand

Maine's Republican governor says it's hard to understand workers "from Bulgaria" and workers from India are "the worst ones."

Apr

24

2016

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Donald Trump Mocks Indian Call Center

Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump has used fake Indian accent to mock a call center representative in India.

Apr

23

2016

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India Among 175 Countries to Sign Historic Paris Climate Deal

s many as 175 countries, including India, China and the US, signed the Paris Agreement on climate change at the UN headquarters in New York on Friday, to coincide with 'International Mother Earth Day'.

Apr

23

2016

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Air India Featured in Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th Birthday Album

Air India has a historical relationship with the UK, with the first flight to London being operated by a four-engine Constellation aircraft on June 8, 1948 via Cairo and Geneva

Apr

22

2016

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India Responds to a Changing West Asia

Indian Prime Minister’s high-profile visits to the UAE and Saudi Arabia have been aimed at isolating Pakistan and enhancing New Delhi’s strategic space in the region.

Apr

22

2016

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How India Sees The World

The organizational structure of India’s foreign ministry is a clear indication of its priorities.

Apr

22

2016

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Diamonds Are Forever

India has acknowledged that there may not be a good legal case for the return of the diamond.

Apr

22

2016

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Punjab Politicians First Woo The NRI Voters

Punjab, which has a considerable NRI population settled in Australia, Britain, Canada, Malaysia and the US, as also in European countries,sees an important and active role by its diaspora in elections.

Apr

21

2016

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Narendra Modi Came Face To Face With His Wax Twin

The statue clearly left Modi speechless even as he gave some finishing touches to the sculpture, and Twitter users were rather amused at his somewhat wonderstruck reaction.

Apr

21

2016

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India-UK Plan First-ever Ministerial Energy Summit

India will host the first-ever ministerial-level energy summit with the UK that could become the defining feature of a new type of engagement between the two "natural partners",.

Apr

20

2016

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PM Narendra Modi Returns to US For Fourth Trip

This time it will be a state visit in a strictly bilateral context aimed at consecrating ties that US President Barack Obama has described as the "defining relationship of the 21st century".

Apr

20

2016

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Returning Indian Soldiers From World War ll Reshaped South Asia

If India is to revert to its older role as the ‘pivot’ of Asian security, it will first have to aim at the economic and strategic integration of the subcontinent

Apr

20

2016

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India Still Seeks Koh-i-noor Diamond

The Indian government says it is still seeking to reclaim the priceless Koh-i-noor diamond from Britain, despite the Supreme Court being told otherwise.

Apr

20

2016

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An India-Pakistan Love Story That Went Horribly Wrong

His father sold his land and the family jewellery and accumulated massive debts to hire lawyers to fight his son's wrongful confinement.

Apr

20

2016

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US, India Tighten Security Coperation

USA is poised to add wings to the India's Make in India campaign by stretching its growing bilateral ties in the defense sector.

Apr

19

2016

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India Will Not Claim Kohinoor Diamond From UK

The Indian government has said that the country should relinquish its claim to the Kohinoor diamond.

Apr

19

2016

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Koh-i-Noor Gem Given To UK, Not Stolen

A 108-carat world famous diamond which features in the late Queen Mother's crown was given to Britain - not stolen, the Indian government has said.

Apr

19

2016

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New Scramble For Africa

The third India-Africa summit which opened this week to deepen economic cooperation between the Asian country and the continent, is another testimony of a renewed scramble for Africa.

Apr

18

2016

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Narendra Modi Likely to Visit Africa in July

The prime minister will travel to South Africa, Kenya and Mozambique; Angola and Tanzania could also figure in the trip.

Apr

18

2016

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India, US Agree on Logistics Agreement

It claims to be champion of non-proliferation but has entered into a long-term nuclear accord with India, which has opened floodgates of nuclear technology for a country whose peaceful credentials are disputable.

Apr

17

2016

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African Students Meet India’s Siddis

Tracing India's racism towards Africans and the small African community in India called the Siddis.

Apr

17

2016

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Why Will & Kate Really Went To India

In India and Bhutan William and Kate have hiked, partied, and vitsted under-privileged children. The trip also had a barely-hidden political purpose.

Apr

17

2016

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US Ex-contractor Jailed For Sending Defence Drawings to India

A woman US defence contractor has been sentenced to nearly five years in jail for illegally exporting to India military blueprints and technical drawings of parts used in some high-tech hardware.

Apr

16

2016

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Kate Middleton's Drab Choice of Clothes in India Embarrassing

The British fashion industry inspires the rest of the world - why has Kate decided to dress so plainly on the Royal trip?

Apr

16

2016

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India, US to Act on Tackling Offshore Tax Evasion

We are committed to continued collaboration and sharing of experience in tackling offshore tax evasion and avoidance, including joint tax audits and tax examination abroad,

Apr

16

2016

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Vijay Mallya's Diplomatic Passport Suspended

The government on Friday suspended the diplomatic passport of Vijay Mallya after the business tycoon did not join the Enforcement Directorate's money laundering probe.

Apr

16

2016

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UK Panel Opens Inquiry Into Treatment of Indian Students

British parliamentary panel has launched a formal inquiry into the treatment of international students, majority of them Indian, who were accused of cheating on English language tests and forced to leave the UK.

Apr

15

2016

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ISIS Threatens to Wipe Out Hindus

The terror group has threatened to implement Sharia law in India.

Apr

15

2016

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South Africa is Targeting Chinese And Indian Tourists

South Africa’s tourism industry is recovering from an ill-fated experiment with stricter visa regulations.

Apr

15

2016

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As British Steel Slumped, Britain Sent China And India Millions

The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills showered India and China with economic aid in the years leading up to the near- collapse of the British steel industry, it emerged last night.

Apr

15

2016

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India Drafts Up 16 Solar WTO Suits Against USA

India’s Minister for New and Renewable Energy has announced intent to file as many as 16 cases against the US for mandating project developers to use domestically manufactured solar power equipment.

Apr

14

2016

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From Kate's Hairstyles To Her Bare Feet, India Tour Is International News

It's the international media, un-thanked and unacknowledged publicly by Palace officials, that the truly dedicated Royal watcher ought to be following.

Apr

14

2016

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Cabinet Nod for India-UAE MoU to Prevent Human Trafficking

In order to effectively curb the menace of human trafficking to Middle East, India and the UAE will soon sign an MoU for co-operation in preventing and combating the crime.

Apr

14

2016

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US, India Militaries to Improve Disaster Coordination

India and the USA emphasised on freedom of navigation and need for global based order, in an apparent reference to China's assertiveness in South China Sea.

Apr

13

2016

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Princess Kate’s Marilyn Moment Causes a Stir in India

One of India’s top newspapers faced a social media backlash after it splashed a picture across its front page of Britain’s Princess Kate suffering a “Marilyn moment” as her dress blew up in the wind.

Apr

13

2016

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William Raises UK Steel Crisis With Indian PM

The Prince's unusual intervention comes as the Government hints about moves to include more British steel in defence projects.

Apr

13

2016

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Carter Says US, India Destined To Be Strategic Partners

There could be an announcement on a service-to-service arrangement that will enable exchange of ideas on acquisitions, technology pooling and developments.

Apr

12

2016

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Carter's Two-week Trip Starts in India

U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter began a three-day visit to India on Sunday, seeking to advance a relatively new defense relationship with a country Washington sees as a counterweight to the growing power of China.

Apr

12

2016

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Welcome to Indian Safari in South Africa

South Africa's political community is brimming with stories of India's unprecedented influence in the country, but Durban-based Penumala Pratap Kumar isn't celebrating.

Apr

12

2016

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U.S. Defence Secretary Visits India

U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter began a three-day visit to India seeking to advance a relatively new defence relationship with a country Washington sees as a counterweight to the growing power of China.

Apr

12

2016

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EU Turns a Blind Eye to Growing Human Rights Concerns in India

Founded with the vocation to bring peace and prosperity, the EU has a global responsibility to promote human rights. It should be fulfilling this responsibility beyond mere lip service.

Apr

11

2016

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In India Only Cricketers Are Superstars

Indian cricket fans remember his explosive batting and record-breaking wicket-keeping in ODIs and Tests. But Adam Gilchrist is playing on a different wicket these days and batting for Australian education in India.

Apr

11

2016

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Does India Have Any Interest In Ties With SE Asia

Having MoUs and agreements signed in the past, we have learnt, based on our relations with India, that we need to be careful about whether we are able to follow up on what we had committed to.

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