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The Crown Prince will be the chief guest at the Republic Day parade this year.
'Ironically, the women left behind are more qualified than the men'.
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Sushma Swaraj assured that she was monitoring the situation on an hourly basis.
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Thanks to their determination and some help from the police.
DUBAI -- In a rare instance, an Indian national along with his Pakistani friend will face the firing squad in the UAE after Dubai's highest court upheld their death sentence for killing the Indian's w...
More than seven million Indians currently live and work in the oil-rich Gulf nations. The vast majority of them are in Saudi Arabia, UAE and Kuwait while the others are spread across Oman, Bahrain, and Qatar. Unfortunately for them (and their families), foreign lands have not ensured a brighter future. A recent IndiaSpend analysis has highlighted some rather dark and gloomy drawbacks associated with working in the Gulf region.
Sushma Swaraj may have won a lot of brickbats in Parliament this Monsoon Se ion, trying to defend herself in the controversy over Lalit Modi's travel documents, but the Foreign Minister finally found...
NEW DELHI — Prime Minister Narendra Modi reworked the magic of New York's Madison Square Garden once again as he addre ed a large gathering at Dubai's cricket stadium. Addre ing a 50,000-strong India...
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An integral part of PM Modi's maiden trip--spanning the 16th and 17th of August-- to the United Arab Emirates will be a visit to a labour camp that hosts several Indian construction workers and other...
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The most difficult enigma of Gulf Malayali life remains this: how does this over-politicised community, used to incessant cycles of protest marches, labour strikes and sit-ins, meekly submit itself to the tyrannical discipline of work life in the Gulf? How could they unlearn their deeply entrenched Stalinist version of communism and make themselves amenable to the avaricious designs of predatory capitalism? Did they actually suppress their genetically inherited irreverence and cynicism or just compartmentalise their life so neatly and adopt a schizophrenic existence?
NAPIER - Ahmed Shehzad anchored Pakistan's innings and his bowlers then ensured UAE never seriously challenged it as their World Cup hopes continued for another day after a 129-run victory at McLean P...