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Nov 17, 2017
Xi Jinping's glowing profile by State media is a peek into his private life, but skirts around a lot of tricky aspectsXi emerged from a twice-a-decade Communist Party Congress last month with his power ever further cemented and key allies appointed to top new positions.
Nov 14, 2017
Odisha govt says battle over 'rasgulla' not over, plans to apply for 'Odia rasgulla' GI tagThe Odisha government on Tuesday said it would continue its battle to get the Geographical Indication (GI) tag for 'rasagulla'.
Nov 13, 2017
Watch: From grape to table, Dutch community toasts urban vinesArray
Nov 12, 2017
Thousands of pro-independence Catalans take to streets in Barcelona, demand release of jailed leadersThousands of people took to the streets in Barcelona to demand the release of jailed Catalonian leaders for their outlawed drive to secede from Spain.
Nov 10, 2017
Comic Con Mumbai 2017: Founder Jatin Varma tells us what to expect from this editionOn the eve of Comic Con Mumbai 2017, founder Jatin Varma chatted with us about what's in store for pop culture buffs in this edition
Nov 03, 2017
Relations with India not going to be a walk in park, need confidence to make things work: Chinese Consul GeneralDescribing China as a "modern, prosperous, socialist and democratic" country, Ma said it wants to make its relationship with India the most vibrant one
Nov 02, 2017
Watch: Philippine Everest conqueror sets sail from Manila to China the old-fashioned wayAfter conquering Mount Everest, Philippine adventurer Carina Dayondon is set to sail to China aboard a wooden replica of an ancient boat in the hopes of boosting national pride in a forgotten maritime prowess. Dayondon is planning to sail from Manila to southern China early next year, recreating trade and migration voyages made before Spaniards colonised the Philippines in the 1500s.
Oct 30, 2017
Narendra Modi lashes out at 'Congress culture' of atkana, latkana, bhatkana to stall projectsThe delay in implementing the projects led to cost overruns and the previous government was to be blamed for this "criminal negligence", he alleged.
Oct 29, 2017
British Council's curated film screenings open a window into the UK during the World WarsThe British Council film screenings are part of the UK-India year of culture 2017 celebrations, commemorating friendly ties between the two nations.
Oct 29, 2017
Sushma Swaraj's reliance on Twitter encourages 'bogus' durbari culture; grievances should be redressed without intervention of ministersWhy do visas require the intervention of a Union minister of India? Does any civilised nation assure visas like Sushma Swaraj does over Twitter?