Aviation | Parliament of India | Business | Defence | Foreign Affairs | Communications | Health | India | India-US | Advertise with Us
Automobiles | UN | India-CIS | Art & Culture | Spiritualism | Entertainment | India-EU | Sports | Environment | Tourism | Contact Us


US Tensions Rising With China After Near Collision

New Taiwan Prez Tsai sworn-in; urges China to 'drop historical baggage'

UN observes 125th birth anniversary of Ambedkar

IFFCO's turnover jumps to Rs 29,000 crore

Nitin Jain, Vikas Sharma Appointed Hon. Consuls of Seborga

Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War Proclaimed

Sunil KanoriaSunil Kanoria takes over as new ASSOCHAM President

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

US, India, Japan assert for navigation freedom in South China Sea

India, Canada to Expand Strategic Energy Partnership

Foxconn to Make in India with Rs 1.3 lakh crores

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

800 top executives in 7 cities to participate in Lloyd BT Pro-Am of Champions

China Confirms Test of Supersonic Nuclear Delivery Vehicle

Indo-Nippon Golf Cup Celebrates India-Japan Ties

Dr U S AwasthiIFFCO’s Jordan project starts production

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

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


Canada Minister Alexander launches CAN+ Express Visa Service for Indians

TERI, USGBC form strategic alliance


Iceland Kicks Out England From Euro

NICE (FRANCE): In a thrilling match, Iceland kicked out England from Euro 2016 by beating them 2-1 and will now face hosts France in the quarter-finals on Sunday. England got off to a dream start when Raheem Sterling was brought down by goalkeeper Hannes Halldorsson and Wayne Rooney confidently thumped home the penalty in the fourth minute.....more More

On ‘lakshman rekha’, who do we talk to in Pakistan? PM Modi asks

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday pointed to the multiple power centres in Pakistan to explain New Delhi’s difficulty in drawing a “lakshman rekha” (red line) for talks with the neighbouring country.....more More

Iffco Banner

IKEA sets out on a journey to explore the future Scandinavian design identity

ÄLMHULT (Sweden): As one of the first steps on the journey to explore the future Scandinavian design identity, IKEA will together with the Dan Disign company, HAY, create a collection for socialising in the living room. “When we see the world is changing, how people live is changing, how people use products is changing, we have a duty to reinvent our basics. Still with a typical IKEA design sensibility, so that you can see that it is us from the beginning, so you can see that it relates to our Scandinavian heritage, which is part of being IKEA", said Marcus Engman, Design Manager at IKEA, at the Democratic Design Day conference here on Wednesday.....more More

Uneasy about Donald Trump, Apple hangs up on Republicans

WASHINGTON: Breaking a tradition of contributing towards presidential conventions of both parties, Apple will not support Republicans this time because of its unease with Donald Trump. The Cupertino, California-based company has not officially announced its decision, but unidentified officials confirmed it to multiple US media outlets.....more More

Kairali Banner

Dalai LamaObama meets Dalai Lama

WASHINGTON: US President Barack Obama encouraged direct dialogue between the Dalai Lama and China to resolve differences when he met with the exiled Tibetan Buddhist spiritual leader on Wednesday, the White House said. Obama told the Dalai Lama the United States does not support independence for Tibet. It was the fourth time the president met at the White House with the Dalai Lama, who China calls a dangerous separatist.....more More

65 million people displaced in 2015, says UN

GENEVA: The UN refugee agency says persecution and conflict in places like Syria and Afghanistan raised the total number of refugees and internally displaced people worldwide to a record 65.3 million at the end of last year.....more More

China blocks India’s NSG entry

SEOUL: The plenary meeting of the 48-member Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) ended in Seoul on Friday with no decision on India’s membership bid. Divisions persisted over admitting non-NPT members as China leading the opposition move. China’s stand that India’s membership application cannot be considered because it has not signed the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) was backed by nearly 10 other countries which effectively torpedoed India’s bid although it had the strong backing of the US, the UK, France and a majority of countries in the nuclear trading group.....more More

ISRO puts 20 satellites into orbit in one launch

NEW DELHI: India successfully launched 20 satellites in a single mission on Wednesday using its flagship rocket Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) C34. It was the most satellites India has put in space at one go, though Russia set the record of 37 for a single launch in 2014.....more More


Cried to see Malia graduate at extraordinary time for women in US: Obama

WASHINGTON: President Barack Obama has said that he cried at the recent high school convocation ceremony of his elder daughter Malia, thinking about how she is graduating at this “extraordinary time” for women in America. “Some of you may know that on Friday, my elder daughter Malia graduated from high school. And I sat in the back and wore dark glasses,” Obama told a gathering of women from across the county at the Women Summit held at the White House.....more More

Pak singer Amjad Sabri gunned down in Karachi

KARACHI: Amjad Sabri, one of Pakistan's most well-known Sufi musicians, was gunned down Wednesday in the southern city of Karachi.Sabri, 45, was the victim of what police are calling a targeted killing. Two assailants on a motorcycle opened fire on his car, firing 5 or 6 shots, according to Muqqadas Haider, a senior police official.....more More

Beer to flow through city as Belgian pipe dream comes true

BRUGES (Belgium): The idea may have seemed mad, but after all, the beer is called the Madman of Bruges — or Brugse Zot in Dutch. And with the help of crowdfunding efforts among some 400 Madman fans, the dream of building a beer pipeline through the Belgian city of Bruges is becoming real.....more More

Arctic sea ice ‘to disappear for first time in 100,000 years’

LONDON: The Arctic is on track to be free of sea ice this year or next for the first time in more than 100,000 years, a leading scientist has claimed. Provisional satellite data produced by the US National Snow & Ice Data Centre shows there were just over 11.1 million sq km of sea ice on 1 June this year, compared to the average for the past 30 years of nearly 12.7 million sq km. This difference — more than 1.5 million sq km — is about the same size as about six United Kingdoms......more More

Indian Govt relaxes FDI norms in defence, food products, pharma, retail

NEW DELHI: The government on Monday eased foreign direct investment (FDI) norms for nine sectors, including defence, food products, civil aviation, pharmaceuticals, broadcasting, retail trade, suggesting a plucky drive to push reforms.....more More

Hypertension patients maximum among South Asians

South Asians number the highest among patients suffering from hypertension, doctors said on Tuesday. hypertension leads to conditions like brain stroke and heart attacks, among others, and regular medication and check-ups are needed to control it.....more More



Airtel Logo

Congress Party Election Campaign 2009Interview with Dr U S Awasthi, Managing Director, IFFCO


Kapil Dev on Diabetes - deadly disease Kapil Dev has come out in the open about his fight against Diabetes.


Canara Bank honours Bharat Ratna CNR Rao

New centres for getting French visa

Indian American gets New York excellence award

In a world first Eurocopter lands copter on Everest

Photo Gallery
Youth Section
Contact Editor

Padma Lakshmi

Padma Lakshmi


Bella Haddid

Bella Haldis

Eshaan SehgalA Memory

By Eshaan Sehgal

A memory is not only the past

It is what determines the future

It is what is in store for you next

It is a chance for redemption

It is a fragment of imagination

It is a Memory

Breads you eat every day contain cancer-causing chemicals: Study

The bread you eat everyday could be pushing you closer to cancer. More than 80% of 38 popular brands of breads, buns and ready-to-eat burger and pizza tested positive for potassium bromate and iodate, a study by the Delhi-based Centre for Science and Environment says.

You are welcome to email your Articles and Views to

The Editor

Editor: Sushma Arora

Diplomatic Editor: Deepak Arora


Aviation | Business | Defence | Foreign Affairs | Communication | Health | India | United Nations
India-US | India-France | Entertainment | Sports | Photo Gallery | Tourism | Link Partners | Contact Us

Best viewed at 1024 x 768 resolution with IE 6.0 or higher
© Noyanika International, 2003-2014. All rights reserved.