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The Rise of Sikhs in Canadian Politics

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that he had more Sikhs in his cabinet than his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi, he was stating a fact but also being facetious.

Mar

20

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PM Modi to Join World Leaders in Wax at Madame Tussauds

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will join the ranks of prominent global leaders at Madame Tussauds in London, Singapore, Hong Kong and Bangkok next month, the world famous wax museum announced.

Mar

18

2016

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Pakistan Team to Probe India Attack

A team of Pakistani investigators will arrive in India on 27 March to help probe a militant attack on an air base.

Mar

18

2016

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Namibia Misses Indian-Africa Business Meeting

Namibia is one of many countries that were not represented and did not feature on the list of those that have entered partnerships with Indian companies.

Mar

18

2016

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Rival India-Pakistan Cricket Fans Switch Sides on Facebook

Fans from the cricket-mad nations have swapped support for their teams on Facebook, with Indian and Pakistani users posting profile pictures with their rival's colours.

Mar

17

2016

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Madame Tussauds to Unveil Narendra Modi Wax Statue

The statue, featuring Mr Modi in a traditional Indian greeting with folded hands, will go on display in London, Singapore, Hong Kong and Bangkok.

Mar

17

2016

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India-Africa Project Partnership to Strengthen Relations

In a display of solidarity, dignitaries, business leaders and more than 1000 delegates from the two countries marked their presence on the inaugural day of the event.

Mar

17

2016

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Indian Workers Face Deportation Under UK Immigration Law

Thousands of Indians in the UK may get hit by a new law from next month under which they could be deported if their annual salary is below 35,000 pounds.

Mar

17

2016

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Trump Favours Indian Students Staying Back in U.S.

Indians studying in American educational institutions should not be kicked out as the country needs smart people like them.

Mar

17

2016

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India's Sensex Climbs Before U.S. Fed Meeting

Indian stocks rose in the last hour of trade, tracking a rally in European shares before the U.S. Federal Reserve’s policy review, as lenders and drugmakers advanced.

Mar

16

2016

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Can India-Pakistan Cricket Promote Peace

The question of whether, amidst all the strife that besets the two countries' cricketing relations, a mere sport can bring them together, is at one level easy to answer: No.

Mar

16

2016

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Strike Deals With India for Growth, Africa Told

India has urged African countries to take advantage of the Asian country's high economic growth figures and strike partnership deals that will benefit both parties.

Mar

16

2016

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A New Era of UK-India Cooperation

The UK government-led “GREAT for Collaboration” is an ambitious campaign showcasing how India-UK businesses are working together.

Mar

16

2016

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PM Modi to Attend EU-India Summit in Brussels

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to visit Belgium on 30 March to attend the European Union-India Summit being held after four years.

Mar

15

2016

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Rahul Gandhi Unfazed by UK Citizenship Row

The Congress dismissed the charge, saying the Centre was raising baseless issues to divert attention from the Vijay Mallya loan default row.

Mar

15

2016

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High Security Presence Keeps India's Peace

The “in-your-face” kind of security measures is quite obvious in the Indian capital with the visible presence of security personnel, assets and equipment from various establishments.

Mar

15

2016

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Bomb Threats Made Mugabe Back Out of India Trip

Zimbabwe state media has confirmed that President Robert Mugabe was in Singapore this week and did not travel to India.

Mar

14

2016

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The Women Who Helped Draft Our Constitution

Isn’t it a curious thing that in the initial years of Indian politics, the idea of women as political equals of men was the norm and not a deviance?

Mar

14

2016

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USA Uses TPP-like trade-court to Kill Indian Solar Project

By putting pressure on India’s solar program, and by hiding behind the biased WTO agreements, the United States wants to boost its solar exports to India.

Mar

14

2016

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Samajwadi Party Reaches Out to Sikh NRIs

Units of the Uttar Pradesh NRI Sabha have been constituted in Canada, America, Dubai and England.

Mar

13

2016

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Robert Mugabe Back From Mysterious Singapore India Trip

President Robert Mugabe ihas arrived back home from Singapore where he had stopped over en-route to the World Culture Festival in India.

Mar

12

2016

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Mugabe Leaves For India, Lands in Singapore

“His Excellency the President RG Mugabe, has called off his engagement in India, where he was scheduled to be guest of honour at the World Culture Festival.”

Mar

12

2016

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Frowns in India, US Congress Over F-16 Sale

Even though the US Senate voted to approve sale of F-16 fighter aircraft to Pakistan, the mood in the US Congress is slowly but surely changing against Islamabad.

Mar

12

2016

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NRI's Asked to be on Guard Against Fraud Calls

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Friday urged Indians abroad not to be misled by callers claiming to speak on behalf of her ministry.

Mar

11

2016

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I Use H-1B Visas, it Should End: Donald Trump

Republican presidential front- runner Donald Trump today said the H-1B visa programme he uses to employ highly-skilled foreign workers at his own businesses should end as it is "very unfair" for American workers.

Mar

11

2016

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India to Launch 25 Foreign Satellites

ndia will launch 25 foreign satellites in 2016-17, using Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle with 12 of these 25 satellites belonging to the USA,

Mar

10

2016

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Pakistan’s World T20 Match Against India Moved To Kolkata

Pakistan’s concerns over security at Dharamsala have led to shifting of their March 19 World Twenty20 match against hosts India to Kolkata

Mar

09

2016

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Sri Sri Event Sees Opposition Unite Against Government

The government faced opposition anger in Parliament over the mega festival organized by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar's Art of Living on the banks of the river Yamu

Mar

09

2016

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India Hosts 1st Multilateral Military Exercise

Indian Army for the first time in the history would be conducting one of the largest multi-national Field Training Exercise (FTX) with participation of 18 ASEAN Plus countries.

Mar

09

2016

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US Moves to Harness India to Anti-China Pivot

Harris said he envisioned the US and Indian navies jointly patrolling the Indian and Pacific Oceans in “the not too distant future.”

Mar

08

2016

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India Expresses Alarm to United States Over Donald Trump

Several diplomats from countries around the world have expressed alarm to the United States over about inflammatory and insulting public statements by Donald Trump

Mar

08

2016

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India Challenges US Visa Price Hike

Legal bickering over temporary workers could be cover for wider trade unpleasantness

Mar

08

2016

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U.S. Disappointed by India's Visa Refusal

The U.S. State Department was "disappointed" India had refused visas to members of a U.S. commission that examines violations of religious freedom around the world

Mar

08

2016

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Sikhs to Join Protests Against Indian PM’s Arrival in Europe

A number of Sikh organisations based in Belgium and other countries pledged their support to the protest demonstration during India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Brussels.

Mar

07

2016

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Burger Named After Canada's Sikh Defence Minister

Canada's first Sikh Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan now has a chicken burger named after him and it is called 'The Minister of National Deliciousness'.

Mar

07

2016

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For Sri Sri's Huge Delhi Fest, Army Builds Bridges

The World Culture Festival, a three-day event, will do serious damage to the delicate ecosystem of Delhi's Yamuna river

Mar

07

2016

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India's no to US on Joint Patrolling Not Surprising

The joint patrol proposal may have surprised many but the US has been trying to build anti-China grouping in Asia-Pacific for nearly a decade now.

Mar

06

2016

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Rewriting History

Some Indians are calling for a Muslim empire to be wiped from history books.

Mar

06

2016

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Indian Court Rejects Briton's Bail Bid

Six former British soldiers jailed in India for alleged firearms offences have been refused bail ahead of an appeal against their sentences.

Mar

06

2016

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India Objects to USA Religious Commission

Indian government has justified its decision to deny visa to United States panel on religious freedom wanting to visit India.

Mar

05

2016

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India Denies Visas to US Religious Freedom Body

Setback for relations between Delhi and Washington as a long-planned visit by the agency is scuppered

Mar

05

2016

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Europe Needs Inspiration From India

The last few years have all been declared the year of destiny for Europe but never has it been so palpable than in this still young year 2016.

Mar

04

2016

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Indian-African Food Security Partnership

India and Africa aim to change the global landscape of agriculture and food production, by partnering together to improve global food security.

Mar

04

2016

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UK, Indian Naval Bands to Play at India Gate

A UK Royal Marines band will team up with an Indian Navy band to drum up some scintillating music at the India Gate here on March 4 evening.

Mar

04

2016

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The U.S. And India Are Deepening Military Ties

The U.S. military’s top officer in the Pacific urged Indian officials Wednesday to pursue even closer military ties with the United States.

Mar

03

2016

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U.S. And India Are Deepening Military Ties

The U.S. military's top officer in the Pacific urged Indian officials to pursue even closer military ties with the United States

Mar

03

2016

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Why Kashmir's Militants Have Become Heroes Again

The present mood can be compared to the early 1990s when armed rebellion broke out in Kashmir with the popular support of people.

Mar

03

2016

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India, Africa Are Key Partners in Global Food Security

India Inc. has said that with Africa's farm sector projected to grow to $1 trillion by 2030, there is significant scope for the continent's agriculture to benefit from India's experience.

Mar

03

2016

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U.S. Plans Naval Exercises With India

India, the United States and Japan will hold naval exercises in waters off the northern Philippines near the South China Sea this year.

Mar

03

2016

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India and Europe’s Disintegration Would Spell Disaster

UK´s exit would be a disaster for the EU as it would encourage other states to come with their ultimatum.

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