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New Artifacts Found in Cairo, Egypt: Archaeologists

 Egypt says archeologists working at a dig in Cairo have found several fragments of stone slabs with inscriptions dating back up to 4,000 years. The...

To Combat ‘Black Cloud’ Pollution, Egypt Comes Up With A New Plan

An Egyptian government program to pay traders to buy rice straw from farmers at the end of harvest has helped to combat one of...

Water-Borne Illness Increases Sharply in Iraq

Iraqi health officials say that a health crisis stemming from water pollution and a shortage of clean drinking water has worsened in recent days,...

Indian Arabic Magazine ‘Satwul Hind’ to Publish its 500th Edition in July

The Arabic magazine 'Sawtul Hind' published by the Indian embassy reaches a milestone next week as it publishes its 500th edition The launch...

Genetic Secrets of Ancient Egypt Unwrapped: DNA from Mummies found

WASHINGTON, May 31, 2017: DNA from mummies found at a site once known for its cult to the Egyptian god of the afterlife is unwrapping...

Largest Indian colour festival ‘Holi’ kicks off in Cairo’s Hawamdiya district in Egypt

Egypt's largest Indian colour festival Holi kicked off on Friday, introducing fun and joy for lovers of Indian culture in the North African...

Celebrating the Spirit of Yoga: To mark International Yoga Day, Indian Embassy in Cairo organises Yoga at a park

The Indian Embassy in Cairo played host to the second International Day of Yoga at the scenic Al-Azhar Park on June 21, 2016. The...

For the First Time, Indian Embassy in Cairo organises Yoga Championship in Egypt

The First Yoga Championship in Cairo was held on the eve of the holy month of Ramadan on June 5 The youngest Yoga...

Tagore Festival in Cairo celebrates the life and times of the Bard

By Shillpi A Singh In 2016, May 8 coincided with Ponchishe Boishakh (25th day of the Baisakh month) of the Bangla calendar that also happened...

Dussehra celebrated in Egypt in its myriad traditions

Cairo: The vibrant Indian community in Egypt celebrated Dussehra on October 16. Over 600 persons attended the event, including several who traveled to Cairo from...

Egypt’s top prosecutor killed in a blast

By NewsGram Staff Writer Cairo: Egypt's top prosecutor was assassinated on Monday morning in a blast near his house in Cairo.                 The blast targeted the convoy...

Egypt’s former president Mohammed Morsi jailed for 20 years

By NewsGram Staff Writer Egypt’s former president Mohammed Morsi was today sentenced to 20 years in prison in a case related to killing of protesters outside the Ittihadiya presidential...

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