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Top Indian philanthropists join hands to fight climate issues

New Delhi, Jan. 22 -- In a bid to solve India's pressing climate challenges, country's foremost philanthropistsy have joined hands to form the India Climate Collaborative (ICC). To drive climate solu... Read More


India of my dreams: A nation undivided by fear, its creative force unleashed

New Delhi, Jan. 21 -- All of us who believe in India's story and have strong attachment to this ancient land of ours, want to see a prosperous and happy India. Each one of us have a dream of how India... Read More


Anti-CAA protests in India mask Assam's lonely struggle

New Delhi, Jan. 21 -- It is over a month now that the Citizenship Amendment Bill was enacted by Parliament and became law. On the night of January 10, 2020, India's home ministry issued a notification... Read More


Pakistan PM to attend WEF in Davos

Islamabad, Jan. 21 -- Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan will attend the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, from January 21 to 23. Khan is making the visit at the invitation of Klaus S... Read More


One held for stabbing Afghan student in Goa

Panaji, Jan. 21 -- Goa Police claimed to have arrested one person in connection with the stabbing of a teenaged Afghan student on the Goa University campus, here on Monday. Satish Nilakanthe, a resid... Read More


Kashmir film "Half Widow" to be shown in other Indian cities

New Delhi, Jan. 21 -- Los Angeles-based filmmaker Danish Renzu's debut film "Half Widow", that had a limited theatre release in India earlier this month, will now be shown in Pune, Hyderabad, Kochi, M... Read More


Eight Indian tourists die in Nepal hotel

Kathmandu, Jan. 21 -- Eight Indian tourists including four children died of suspected suffocation in a hotel in Nepal on Tuesday, police said, after trying to keep warm by using a gas heater during th... Read More


Thousands missing in Sri Lanka civil war dead: President Gotabaya

Colombo, Jan. 21 -- Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has acknowledged that more than 20,000 people who disappeared during the country's decades-long civil war were dead, the media reported on T... Read More


Sharif's medical report rejected by Pakistan's provincial government

Karachi, Jan. 20 -- Pakistan's Punjab province has rejected the medical report of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, claiming it was prepared by a private UK doctor instead of his general physician i... Read More


Bangladesh PM calls CAA 'unnecessary'; says 'people facing problems'

Abu Dhabi, Jan. 20 -- Even as Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina believes that Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) is India's "internal matter", she has described the law, which aims to grant citizen... Read More