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Hillary Clinton kicks off Presidential campaign

63 killed in terror attack in Paris, Kuwait and Tunisia

China Confirms Test of Supersonic Nuclear Delivery Vehicle

Canara Bank celebrates International Women's Day

Canara Bank bags Skoch Award

Indo-Nippon Golf Cup Celebrates India-Japan Ties

Landslide victory for Kazakhstan President Nazarbayev

Prez inks ordinance to amend Citizenship Act to provide life long visa to PIOs

Dr U S AwasthiIFFCO’s Jordan project starts production

UK Supports India, 4 Other Nations for UN Permanent SC Seat; Opposes Veto Rights

India launches e-visa for 43 countries

Jaitapur N-plant to be ‘most-glorious atomic energy establishment’: Dr Jitendra Singh

Ambassador François Richier announces French visa in 48 hours

UN declares June 21 as 'International Day of Yoga'

Right time to free, unshackle fertiliser sector: Dr Awasthi

IFFCO Ranked Number One in the World

Union Ministers Congratulate IFFCO for becoming World’s Numero Uno Cooperative

Aditya YadavIFFCO Director Aditya Yadav wins ICA Elections


IFFCO joins PM's Swach Bharat campaign; Pledges Rs 10 crore

Canada Minister Alexander launches CAN+ Express Visa Service for Indians

TERI, USGBC form strategic alliance


Sushma SwarajIndia sees Thailand as valued partner in ‘Act East’ policy: Sushma

BANGKOK: India on Sunday described Thailand as a valued partner in its ‘Act East’ Policy and said it envisage a more vigorous and proactive engagement with the strategic and economically vibrant Southeast Asia region as part of its efforts to reposition itself at the world stage......more More

Lisa CurtisDespite Current Friction, Taliban and ISIS Could Eventually Merge Forces in Afghanistan

By Lisa Curtis

WASHINGTON: In a letter addressed to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, leader of the Islamic State, or ISIS, and released to journalists this week, the Taliban warned against an ISIS role in Afghanistan, urging the group not to take actions that could lead to “division of the Mujahideen’s command.”.....more More

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We are 'not cured' of racism: Obama

ObamaWASHINGTON: USPresident Barack Obama used the n-word during an interview released Monday to make a point that there's still plenty of room for America to combat racism. Racism, we are not cured of it. And it's not just a matter of it not being polite to say nigger in public," Obama said in an interview for the podcast "WTF with Marc Maron.".....more More

Italian Ambassador Lorenzo Angeloni inaugurates Lighting Design conference at GD Goenka University

By Deepak Arora

GURGAON: Ambassador of Italy Lorenzo Angeloni inaugurated the first-ever Lighting Design conference in the country on Tuesday. The conference with the threme “The Art of Attraction: Lighting Design for Retail Interiors” has been organised by the School of Fashion and Design of India’s leading GD Goenka University. Over 100 delegates and experts are participating in the conference that brings together international experts to discuss lighting design and technology for the retail and commercial establishments......more More

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Canada envoy call on Petroleum Minister

By Deepak Arora

NEW DELHI: High Commissioner of Canada Nadir Patel and Commercial Minister Brain Parrott called on Union Minister of State for Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan here on Tuesday. Both sides discussed bilateral cooperation in field of oil and gas and the forthcoming visit of Minister to Canada for the reconstituted Energy Dialogue......more More

Taiwan Prez Ma acclaims success in 'viable diplomacy'

TAIPEI: The "viable diplomacy" approach has enabled Taiwan to expand its international space while contributing to the development of regional peace and prosperity, President Ma Ying-jeou said yesterday as he inspected the Foreign Ministry to give pep talks to diplomats......more More

Kairali Ayurvedic Healing Village bags Most Preferred Destination Award

NEW DELHI: Kairali Ayurvedic Healing Village has bagged the Award for the Most Preferred Ayurveda Destination at a function held here on Saturday. The awards were announced by Brands Achiever National Business and Service Leaders Awards 2015. Pawan Kamra, Manager (Marketing – Online) of the Kairali Ayurvedic Group received the award from M S Bitta, Chairman of the All-India Anti-Terrorist Front (AIATF) and former chief of the Indian Youth Congress and Mandira Bedi, an Indian actress, fashion designer, model and television presenter......more More

NM Construction Corp. to Build the Largest Sai Temple in North America in Groton

GROTON (MA): New England Shirdi Sai Parviaar, known as NESSP, which is building the largest Sai temple in the United States and North America, has hired NM Construction Corp. as a general contractor to build the first phase of a two-story, 40,000-square-foot temple in Groton, MA......more More


IFFCO becomes World’s Number One Cooperative; Crosses Rs 1,000 cr profit: Dr U S Awasthi

Dr U S AwasthiNEW DELHI: From being first to contribute towards visionary Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ideas of a clean India (Swach Bharat Abhiyan), financial inclusion (Jan Dhan Yojna) and domestic manufacturing (Make in India), Asia’s largest Cooperative IFFCO has become Number One Cooperative of the world in the year 2014. Besides commencing its production and operation of Jordan joint venture, IFFCO has already Rs 1,000 crores profit, informed Dr U S Awasthi, its Managing Director......more More

Satnam Singh Bhamara becomes the first NBA player from India

Satnam SinghSatnam Singh Bhamara, the first Indian-born player to be drafted in the NBA League, was introduced to basketball by his father, who is a farmer. Picked by the Dallas Mavericks in the 2015 NBA Draft, Singh has made history. But, there's a long way to go. He has never played basketball on any level even close to the NBA. He's played high school basketball for four years and prep school basketball for one......more More

Celebrating Yoga in Bhutan

NEW DELHI: Indian delegation to Bhutan led by Ex-Delhi MLA and President Delhi Study Group Vijay Jolly celebrated “Yoga in Bhutan”. On International Yoga Day on June 21, visiting Indian leaders consisting of Vijay Jolly, Ashok Garg, Vijay Mehta, Prof. Geeta Singh and Kavita Ashok did yoga exercises at Hotel Druk at Phuentsholing, Bhutan......more More

Si2 Microsystems emerges winner in ‘The Super Shopfloor' Awards 2015

BANGALORE: Bangalore based Si2 Microsystems emerged winners at The Super Shopfloor Awards 2015 in the ‘Super Shopfloor in Innovation’ category. Receiving fame for their innovative prowess over other SMEs, Si2 Microsystems Pvt. Ltd. was awarded the runner-up trophy to lift......more More

Parsons # 1 Art and Design School in US

NEW YORK: Parsons The New School for Design has been named the number one art and design school in the United States by Quacquarelli Symonds World University Rankings, a London-based global provider of specialist higher education and careers information and solutions, according to Parsons' President David E. Van Zandt......more More

India's star boxer Vijender Singh turns pro, to miss Rio Olympics

LONDON: Olympic boxer Vijender Singh announced on Monday that he was turning a professional and signed what was called a ‘landmark, four-year deal’ with a British promoter, thus excluding himself from representing India at the Olympics in Rio in 2016......more More




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New centres for getting French visa

Indian American gets New York excellence award

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