'Pathetic, most sexless': Newly declassified White House tapes reveal Richard Nixon's bigoted remarks against Indians
Richard Nixon, a Republican, was the 37th President of the United States, serving from 1969 until 1974.
Coronavirus killing Black Britons at twice the rate as Whites; South Asians second-most at risk in UK
Black people in England and Wales are twice as likely to die from the coronavirus as White people, even accounting for differences in class and in some underlying health measures, according to official figures released Thursday, laying bare an extraordinary gap in the toll of the coronavirus
In a big relief for thousands of stranded Indian professionals in America due to the coronavirus pandemic, the US government has decided to accept their H-1B visa applications for an extended stay in the country
Coronavirus Outbreak: Three Indians among 42 new cases in Singapore, taking total number of infections in country to 844
Of the new cases, 24 are imported ones and have a travel history to Europe, North America, Middle East, Association of Southeast Asian Nations and other parts of Asia, the ministry said in a statement
119 Indians, 5 foreigners from coronavirus-hit cruise ship Diamond Princess land in Delhi on special Air India flight
A special Air India flight carrying 119 Indians and five people from Sri Lanka, Nepal, South Africa and Peru, who were on board the coronavirus-hit quarantined cruise ship Diamond Princess, landed in New Delhi on Thursday morning.
Coronavirus outbreak: Condition of eight infected Indians on board Diamond Princess cruise ship improving, says Indian embassy
Indian embassy said in a tweet that no additional Indian national on board the ship has tested positive for the virus since Thursday
Coronavirus outbreak: Special Air India flight with stranded Indians from Wuhan to leave for home on Saturday
India announced plans to operate two flights from Wuhan to airlift around 400 students stranded in Hubei province, the epicentre of the coronavirus, officially known as 2019-nCoV.
Pirates abduct 19 crew members, including 18 Indians and a Turk from crude oil tanker near Nigeria; seven people still on vessel
The loaded vessel, the Nave Constellation, was attacked 77 nautical miles off Bonny island late on 3 December and the crew, 18 Indians and one Turk, were seized, the official said
Sri Lanka terror attacks: 11 Indians dead, Colombo confirms; number of deceased foreigners rises to 36
The number of Indians killed in the massive Sri Lanka Easter Sunday bombings rose to 11 on Thursday, as one more person succumbed to injuries
Indian family of six killed in Ethiopian Airlines crash were on the ‘trip of a lifetime’ to Kenya; 4 were Canadian nationals
The "trip of a lifetime" to a safari park in Kenya turned into a nightmare for six members of a family from India in Canada who perished when Ethiopian Airlines plane crashed minutes after take-off from Addis Ababa.
Smriti Irani's 'not cool to be patriotic' remark underlines misguided idea of patriotism in India; crying during anthem doesn't define it
Going by the way Smriti Irani framed her statement, there are only two ways the relationship between the nation and the individual can exist — emotional and tear-inducing or to wish that the country breaks up.
Out of the over 600,000 Indians waiting for the most sought-after green card, only 60,394 have received the legal permanent residency last year.
One person has been arrested for his alleged involvement in a deadly shootout between two rival gangs in Bangkok in which an Indian tourist and a man from Laos were killed, a media report said on Tuesday.
The amount of time Indian viewers spend watching online videos is far higher than the global average.
48 percent users globally won't stay away from their phones, says the digital lifestyles survey
As many as 15 Indians, who were on death row in the UAE after being convicted in two murder cases, have been saved.
Afghanistan foreign minister Salahuddin Rabbani meets Indian envoy, assures safety and release of abducted Indians
Afghanistan Foreign Minister Salahuddin Rabbani has met new Indian envoy to the country Vinay Kumar and assured him that Afghan security forces will not spare any effort to ensure the safety and release of seven Indian engineers abducted by the Taliban gunmen in the restive northern Baghlan province.
7 Indians working for Afghan power plant kidnapped by gunmen in Baghlan; in contact with authorities, says MEA
Seven Indian engineers and an Afghan national working for a power plant in northern Baghlan province of Afghanistan were kidnapped on Sunday
Concerns among immigrants have risen as President Donald Trump's administration has cracked down on so-called sanctuary jurisdictions, increased arrests by federal immigration officers, called the National Guard to the border with Mexico and sought to limit travel to the U.S. from certain predominantly Muslim countries.