Six Indians killed in Sri Lanka blasts
Six Indians killed in Sri Lanka blasts


At least six Indians have been killed in a string of eight powerful blasts, including suicide attacks, which struck three churches and luxury hotels frequented by foreigners in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday, officials said on Monday.The blasts targeted St Anthony’s Church in Colombo, St Sebastian’s Church in the western coastal town of Negombo and

Indian-origin neurologist charged with healthcare fraud Indian-origin neurologist charged with healthcare fraud

An Indian-origin neurologist has been charged with conspiracy to unlawfully dispense controlled substances and commit healthcare fraud in the United States. Anil Prasad, 62, of Louisiana was charged with one count of prescribing controlled substances outside the course of professional practice and for no legitimate purpose and one count of conspiracy to commit healthcare fraud,

Book on Jallianwala Bagh poem Khooni Vaisakhi released in UAE Book on Jallianwala Bagh poem Khooni Vaisakhi released in UAE

India’s Ambassador to the UAE Navdeep Singh Suri has commended the launch of a book containing english translation of the Punjabi poem, Khooni Vaisakhi, saying the100-year old classic ballad about the Jallianwala Bagh massacre is now reaching a global audience.The poem was translated by Suri whose grandfather revolutionary poet and novelist Nanak Singh, a Jallianwala

Voice of Indo-Americans ahead of Lok Sabha polls Voice of Indo-Americans ahead of Lok Sabha polls

As the crucial weeks-long general elections began in India, issues like sustained economic growth, national security and protection of democratic values are among key poll priorities for the Indian diaspora across the US as it galvanizes support for various political parties. An Indian-American community group recently organised an election campaign kickoff event in upstate New

Times Square inundates with Sikh culture as thousands tie turban on Turban Day

A sea of colours and tradition of the Sikh culture inundated Times Square, the crossroads of the world, as members of the community tied turbans to thousands of New Yorkers and tourists in an annual fixture aimed at spreading awareness about the Sikh identity. Sikh organisation ‘The Sikhs of New York’ organised the annual Turban

Indian Embassy asks students to be wary of fake US universities
Indian Embassy asks students to be wary of fake US universities

Students from India are advised to “exercise their due diligence” before seeking admission into American universities, the Indian Embassy here has said, months after over 100 Indians landed in trouble for enrolling at a fake educational institution set up by US authorities to expose immigration fraud. In the unusual advisory, Indian students are advised to

Indian student invents robots in Abu Dhabi for cleaner environment

 An Indian student in Abu Dhabi has developed robots to help protect marine life and also minimise human labour on farms, an innovation he hopes would be implemented on a bigger scale in the UAE, according to a media report. Sainath Manikandan, a student at GEMS United Indian School, built the Marine Robot Cleaner (MBot

Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas part of 2019 Met Gala Host Committee

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas will be a part of this year’s Met Gala Host Committee, the actor has revealed.The couple, who first posed for the shutterbugs on the 2017 Met Gala red carpet in Ralph Lauren designs before tying the knot last December, feature in the list presided over by Vogue editor Anna Wintour.

Pakistani artistes rap for India, Pakistan peace ! Viral
Pakistani artistes rap for India, Pakistan peace ! Viral

Lahore Amidst escalated tensions between India and Pakistan, veteran actresses from Pakistan have urged cross-border peace using a rap number. Ansari has teamed up with sisters Asma Abbas and Neelum Ahmad Bashir for the track “Humsaye maa jaye”, a song which talks about unnecessary divisions between the neighbouring countries.Asma and Bushra perform the track and

Pakistan releases 100 Indian fishermen as ‘goodwill gesture

Press Trust of India Karachi Pakistan on Sunday released 100 Indian fishermen as a “goodwill gesture” amidst tensions between the two countries after the Pulwama terror attack, media reports said. The fishermen form the first batch of 360 Indian prisoners Pakistan has announced to set free in four phases this month.The released prisoners were taken

UAE awards Narendra Modi highest civilian honour
UAE awards Narendra Modi highest civilian honour

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has conferred its highest civilian honour, the Zayed Medal, on Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Modi was honoured by President Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan in appreciation of the Indian leader’s role in consolidating the long-standing friendship and joint strategic cooperation between the two countries, WAM news agency reported on

Indian sentenced to 8 years for call centre fraud in US

An Indian national has been sentenced to eight years and eight months in prison for participating in an India-based call centre fraud in which operators impersonated US tax officials to extort money from Americans. Federal Judge Virginia Hernandez Covington, who sentenced Nishit kumar Patel on Monday in Tampa, Florida, also fined him $200,000 and ordered

Trump to migrants: We can't take you anymore
Pak needs to deliver outcomes says,Trump

Washington – Pakistan needs to “deliver outcomes” to build confidence and trust between it and the US, the Trump administration has said. The US also reiterated that nuclear proliferation was one of its top security concerns.” Pakistan itself, the secretary (of State Mike Pompeo) has emphasized the need (for Pakistan) to deliver outcomes and to

NASA return humans Moon within 5 years
NASA to return humans to Moon within 5 years

Washington-NASA has accepted a challenge from the Donald Trump administration to return humans to the Moon by 2024, four years ahead of the US space agency’s earlier set target. US Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday challenged NASA to put humans back on the Moon within five years at a meeting of the National Space

PM tweet
PM modi tweets and welcome Abhinandan

Wing commander Abhinandan safe return to India brings joy in the heart of people. People gathered at Wagah border from the early morning to see him back. They showed their joys with dancing and also in many tweets, our PM Narendra Modi also tweeted on wing commander safe return to india. He tweeted “Welcome Home

35 lakh marriage fraud with farmers boy

35 lakh marriage fraud: A family of village Goolwala has alleged that a woman named Narender Purewal was cheated Rs 35 lakh for marrying their son with NRI girl who is settled in Canada. They deposited Rs 22 lakh in accounts of Narinder Purewal and his relatives, which they had a complete record. Farmer by

hamza bin laden
US offers $1mn to find osama bin laden’s son

According to information provided by the US state government, Hamza bin Laden is the son of former al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and is now seen as the leader of Al Qaeda. US govt. has announced 1 million dollar reward against providing information of bin laden son. He is about 30 years old and was

Wagah border
People gather at Wagah border to welcome pilot

Amritsar: People gathered to welcome IAF pilot at Wagah Border this afternoon. Hundred of mens with Haar’s made with flowers, Dholi’s with their dhols are gathered. Media from all over the country is also present to cover this event in which our pilot is returning from another country

Militants killed
2 militants killed in Kupwara encounter

Two militants were killed in an overnight encounter at Babagund village of Langate, Handwara in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district. The gunfight broke out after nearly five-hour long searches conducted by the contingents of the army’s 22 RR, 92 battalion CRPF and SOG. Reports said that the forces had also installed lights to prevent the escape

Akali BJP MLA black attires Vidhan Sabha
Punjab Vidhan Sabha Session: Akali MLAs reach house wearing black attires

Bindu Singh Chandigarh Akali Dal protested against the higher electricity bills of SC / BC householders. Akali MLA came in the house wearing black attires. Akali MLA fixed electricity bills on their black attires. Congress MLA Raja warring pointing out the private bus transporters warned the government must take stern action against rash and negligent