Women of BAPS Mandir in Abu Dhabi Celebrate ‘Day of Inspiration’

The ‘Festival of Harmony’ marking the historic inauguration of the BAPS Hindu Mandir in Abu Dhabi came to a conclusion on 21 February with the ‘Day of Inspiration’, a day dedicated to celebrating families and inspirational individuals who have...

Crossing continents: Indian students in the US face hurdles

In recent years, the dream of pursuing higher education abroad has become increasingly prevalent among Indian students and their quest for knowledge and skill enhancement has led many to consider various destinations

No wish for revenge, Nawaz tells supporters on return

Islamabad: Pakistan’s former three-time prime minister Nawaz Sharif arrived home on Saturday, ending a four-year self-imposed exile in London and restarting his political journey ahead of the general elections with a huge rally at Minar-e-Pakistan...

Bilawal to attend SCO meet in Goa, India plays it down

Pakistan's foreign minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari will attend SCO foreign ministers meet which India is hosting in Goa on May 5.The Indian administration didn't explicitly rule out a meeting between S Jaishankar and Bilawal, but it didn't seem...

Protesters rally in Bangladesh to demand fresh elections

Tens of thousands of supporters of Bangladesh's largest opposition group have assembled in Dhaka to oppose the Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina-led administration and call for fresh elections.

Temple, homes and shops of Hindus vandalised in Bangladesh

Dhaka: A temple, shops and several houses of the Hindu community have been vandalised in southwestern Bangladesh by some unidentified people over a Facebook post allegedly belittling Islam, in the latest spate of violence targeting the religious...

PM Modi leads Yoga day event at United Nations

Prime Minister Narendra Modi led the celebration of International Yoga Day at the United Nations in New York and urged people "to join hands together to realise the goal of one earth, one family, one future"

“NO BETTER ALLY THAN THE UK”

Recently appointed Indian-American Chief of Staff to Acting Defence Secretary speaks about 9/11, Kashmir, safeguarding regional security in the Indian Ocean through the Quad and the UK-USA special relationship.   

Gotabaya Rajapaksa calls for constitutional changes to curb minority parties

Sri Lanka’s new president endorsed amending the constitution to reduce the power of minority political parties, saying the country wasn’t suited to a system that creates unstable governments “constantly under the influence of extremism”.

Trouble brewing in post-election Sri Lanka

Weeks after the election of hardliner Gotabaya Rajapaksa as the president of Sri Lanka, the prospects for justice and reconciliation between the different communities on the island lie in tatters.

Nepal PM Prachanda likely to visit India next month

Kathmandu: Nepal’s PM Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ is likely to travel to India on an official visit next month - his first foreign trip since assuming the office for the third time in December last year, a media report said.

Nepal ruling coalition bags 90 seats out of 165

Kathmandu: The top leaders of Nepal’s five-party ruling coalition on Monday met at PM Sher Bahadur Deuba’s official residence to review the general elections and discuss the formation of a new government.

Three generations, three journeys

Rakesh Patel, a 47-year-old commodity trader took a plunge to visit Greenland. Speaking to Asian Voice, he said, “Over a hundred years ago, our grandparents emigrated from India to Africa in search of a better life. In 1972, our parents had...

‘2024, MODI ONCE MORE’

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi received a grand welcome by the diaspora in Germany, on his three-nation Europe trip.

A 28-year-old Indian-origin man died under mysterious circumstances in Dunedin, New Zealand. According to the New Zealand Herald, Gurjit Singh, who lived in New Zealand since 2015, was found dead covered in blood and glass outside his home.



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