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Masaan review: This Richa Chadha starrer gives an impactful, insiders view of Varanasi

Jul 24, 2015

Masaan review: This Richa Chadha starrer gives an impactful, insiders view of Varanasi

Masaan shows the feisty struggle of youngsters in small-town India familiar with computers and mobile phones to find love and dignity #Bollywood #Ganga #Indian Ocean #Movie review #Richa Chadha #Benaras #Dum Laga Ke Haisha #Masaan #Neeraj Ghaywan #Shweta Tripathi #Vicky Kaushal
Military officials from India, US and Japan meet over naval exercise in Indian Ocean

Jul 22, 2015

Military officials from India, US and Japan meet over naval exercise in Indian Ocean

Senior military officials from India, US and Japan met at an American Navy base in Yokosuka, near Tokyo to plan the upcoming Malabar Naval exercises. #World #India #Japan #US #NewsTracker #Indian Ocean #Navy #Malabar Naval exercise
Indian Ocean cannot be India's backyard, says China

Jul 01, 2015

Indian Ocean cannot be India's backyard, says China

The Indian Ocean cannot be a backyard of India which navies of other countries could not visit, according the Chinese ministry of defence in Beijing. #World #India #China #NewsTracker #Beijing #Indian Ocean #Chinese ministry of defence
MH370 mystery: Mathematician has supposedly figured out the reason for its complete disappearance

Jun 17, 2015

MH370 mystery: Mathematician has supposedly figured out the reason for its complete disappearance

A mathematician has supposedly figured out the possible reason for the complete disappearance of the ill-fated Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. #didyouknow #Indian Ocean #Malaysia #Boeing 777 #Malaysian Airlines #researchers #Mathematicians #MH370 #Shareworthy #Goong Chen
Indian Ocean warming has weakened monsoon in parts of India over the years

Jun 16, 2015

Indian Ocean warming has weakened monsoon in parts of India over the years

Previous studies suggested that the land in the northern hemisphere is warming much faster than the oceans, which implies that the monsoon driver should be getting stronger. #Economy #India #NewsTracker #Monsoon #Roxy Mathew Koll #Indian Ocean warming #South Asian monsoon
Search for Malaysian Airlines flight 370 led officials to discover shipwreck in Indian Ocean

May 13, 2015

Search for Malaysian Airlines flight 370 led officials to discover shipwreck in Indian Ocean

Search crews hunting for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 in the desolate waters off western Australia have discovered a shipwreck #World #Australia #NewsTracker #Sydney #Indian Ocean #News #missing #shipwreck #Malaysian Airlines #Mia #MH 370
Search area for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 to double if airplane not found

Apr 16, 2015

Search area for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 to double if airplane not found

Government ministers from Australia, China and Malaysia on Thursday said they would double the search area for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 if wreckage is not found in the current target area. #Australia #NewsTracker #TheySaidIt #Indian Ocean #Malaysia #Malaysian flight #Malaysian Flight MH370
Bollywood is a demanding place, says Indian Ocean's Rahul Ram

Apr 16, 2015

Bollywood is a demanding place, says Indian Ocean's Rahul Ram

Indian Ocean vocalist Rahul Ram says it's refreshing to see Bollywood opening up to alternative music. #Bollywood #Music #TheySaidIt #Indian Ocean #Rahul Ram
Iran Nuclear deal, Yemen evacuation will allow India to project power in region

Apr 10, 2015

Iran Nuclear deal, Yemen evacuation will allow India to project power in region

The Iran nuclear deal that will end sanctions in return for scaling down its uranium enrichment plans is a good development from India's angle. Together with the recent evacuation from Yemen, it gives India scope to project maritime power in the Indian Ocean #Nuclear weapons #Geopolitics #Iran Nuclear deal #India-Iran ties #Indian Ocean Diplomacy
Maritime security key dimension of bilateral ties: Sushma Swaraj

Mar 20, 2015

Maritime security key dimension of bilateral ties: Sushma Swaraj

Describing maritime security as a key dimension of its bilateral ties with Indian Ocean rim countries, India today said it values its trilateral maritime security cooperation with Sri Lanka and Maldives and was trying to expand it to include others. #India #Sri Lanka #sushma swaraj #NewsTracker #Maldives #Indian Ocean Naval Symposium