Two buses collide head-on in Kuwait: Seven Indians among 15 oil workers killed; one Indian also injured
Seven Indians were among 15 oil workers who were killed in Dubai in a head-on collision between two buses in southern Kuwait, Kuwaiti officials said
Gallup survey reveals Indians optimistic on economy and govt, but personal satisfaction plummets; will politicos pay heed?
Since Prime Minister Narendra Modi took office in 2014, a majority of Indians have been highly optimistic about the economy and expressed confidence in their government even as their rating of 'personal satisfaction' got worse every year, a Gallup survey revealed.
United States: 19-year-old Indian-origin student shot dead during robbery attempt at Chicago's Clark gas station
An Indian-origin student was shot dead during an attempted armed robbery in the United States, becoming one of the latest victims of gun violence in the country.
Winter Session: As many as 31,318 Indians have died in foreign countries since 2014, Centre tells Lok Sabha
As many as 31,318 Indians have died in foreign countries since 2014 with more than half of the deaths being reported from Saudi Arabia and the UAE
Winter Session of Parliament: Draft bill allowing overseas Indians to appoint proxy voters introduced in Lok Sabha
A bill seeking to extend the facility of proxy voting to overseas Indians, on the lines of service voters, was introduced in the Lok Sabha on Monday.
Indian soldiers who fought world wars honoured for their 'significant contribution, sacrifice' by British MPs
Indian soldiers who fought both the world wars have been honoured for their "significant contribution and sacrifice" by a group of British Members of Parliament
Pew survey has Narendra Modi's detractors splitting hairs and shifting goalposts to hang on to narrative
It is a little amusing to note western institutions embarking on a periodic discovery of Narendra Modi-led India and struggling to make sense of the results, and even more amusing to note Modi's detractors—both home and away—splitting hairs and endlessly shifting goalposts to hang on to their narrative even as India continues to repose faith in its prime minister.
Indians missing in Iraq: Punjab authorities collect DNA samples of families in Amritsar's Government Medical College
Authorities in Punjab on Saturday collected the DNA samples of members of some families of the 39 Indians who went missing in Iraq
Two Indians charged of molesting women in separate incidents in Singapore; may be jailed or caned if convicted
Two Indian nationals were charged in court under outrage of modesty cases in Singapore and may face up to two years jail, fine or canning
Favouring promotion of Indian culture and heritage and not looking towards the West, vice president M Venkaiah Naidu on Tuesday urged people speaking the same language to communicate in their mother tongue instead of in English.
The finance ministry has sent three study reports on the quantum of black money held by Indians inside the country and abroad to a Parliamentary panel, more than three years after they were submitted to the government, officials said on Monday
Qatar assured India of the safety and welfare of 6.3 lakh Indian citizens in the Gulf nation in the wake of its lingering disputes with Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the UAE, and Bahrain.
Prominent Indian-American lawmakers have criticised US President Donald Trump after he signed a memo instructing the Defence Department
China on Monday blamed Indian troops for a scuffle between the two Armies in Ladakh sector
The death toll from widespread flooding and landslides in Nepal climbed to 115 with nearly 40 people still unaccounted for and over six million affected by incessant rainfall
Around 33 percent Indians in the survey said this was because they are the cheapest, 17 percent said that they are cheap and decent quality.
Over 60 percent of marketers in India believe new-age technologies are going to impact their workplace practices.
Sushma Swaraj's mission to find 39 missing Indians in Iraq deserves support even if odds are against it
Irrespective of the results of Sushma Swaraj's initiative to find the missing 39 Indians in Iraq, the external affairs ministers deserves kudos for her effort
Not sure whether 39 missing Indians in Mosul are alive or not, says Iraq's foreign minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari
Iraq's foreign minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari on Monday said that his government has no substantial evidence whether the 39 Indians that the Islamic State had kidnapped in 2014 are alive or dead
Seventy-seven Indian fishermen and a person from Bihar, who were imprisoned in a Karachi jail, returned to India after being released by Pakistan.