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If you are a Foodie, Check out the Best Food Festivals in the World!

June 14, 2017: There might be some good news for the gourmands around the globe. Food-fanatics, always engaged in a quest for mouth-watering delicacies, can...

Italy’s Recipe for Success: Creating official “Made in Italy” Logo to Defend Country’s finest Food Exports

MILAN, June 6, 2017: For the Italian government, it seemed like a recipe for success: create an official "Made in Italy" logo to defend the...

Festivity of Holi has now gone Global

March 13, 2017: Holi is one of the main festivals of India. But you’ll be surprised to know that Holi is not just celebrated...

Migrant Crisis: A Record Number of Migrants Reaching Italy by Boat from North Africa in 2016

November 29, 2016: A record number of migrants have reached Italy by boat from North Africa in 2016, according to official data, as pressure on...

Indian migrant Ram Lubhaya deported for ‘abducting’ girl from a beach resort near Ragusa, Italy

Rome, September 7, 2016: Italy has deported a 43-year-old Indian migrant Ram Lubhaya who last month in August has tried to abduct a young...

Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders) pulls out about 6,500 people from 40 ships off the coast of Libya en route to Europe

WASHINGTON, September 1, 2016: In what one rescuer called an “extraordinary day,” about 6,500 people on Monday were pulled from some 40 ships off the...

Afghan Migrant travels 400 Kilometers Strapped to Bottom of the Truck

Afghanistan, August 29, 2016: Police in Italy say a migrant from Afghanistan travelled 400 kilometers along a highway strapped to the bottom of a...

Turin’s Mayor pledges to turn it into the First ‘Vegetarian City’ in Italy

Chiara Appendino, the mayor of Turin, is on a quest to turn Turin as the first vegetarian city of Italy After a long...

Sex Ratio Tipping towards Men: An Exhaustive Look at Swedish Demographics

A National statistics agency, SCB showed 277 more men than women in 2015 European Union population statistics suggests women will remain in the...

India’s Heaviest Baby weighing 15 Pounds (6.8kgs) is born in Karnataka

According to BBC, a female Baby with Birth Weight of 6.8 Kg or 15 Pounds Born on May 23, 2016 in Hassan, Karnataka ...

How India needs characters created by Harper Lee, Umberto Eco

By Vikas Dutta Last week the literature world witnessed the death of two great authors as American reclusive Harper Lee and Italian philosopher Umberto Eco...

Italian football clubs under probe for tax fraud

Naples: In an investigation targeted at dozens of clubs in top three football divisions in Italy, around 12 million euros worth assets from 58...

Italy’s glaciers retreated by 40 percent: WWF

Rome: Alpine glaciers in Italy have lost an estimated 40 percent of their area over the last three decades, a recent report released by...

Of lasagnas, pastas and pizzas: Taste of Italy comes alive in Delhi

New Delhi: An extended summer in the capital always brings forth banal, insipid environs, which could best be countered with weekend getaways to picturesque...

EU ministers relocate 40,000 refugees from Italy and Greece

Brussels: European Union (EU) ministers decided to relocate 40,000 refugees from Italy and Greece at an emergency meeting. The Justice and Home Affairs Council on migration...

India, China face exodus of millionaires: report

Washington: India and China are facing an exodus of their wealthiest citizens with tens of thousands of "high-net-worth individuals" (HNWIs) having left to seek...

Protests in Rome lead to clashes, arrests

By NewsGram Staff Writer Two people were arrested and 15 policemen were injured on Friday when far-right activists and local residents held a protest over...

Boss can monitor workers’ Facebook activity in Italy, says court ruling

Rome: Bosses who use the social networking website Facebook, to spy on their employees at work, are not breaking the law, Italy's Supreme Court has...

Decoding complex aspects of Vatican City hidden under the wraps

By Harshmeet Singh Vatican City, the world’s smallest and the least populated independent country is a mystery to many people around the world. A walled...

Migrant boat massacre: Will Europe open its eyes to the evils of human trafficking?

By Edoardo Lisi On the night of April 19th, the Mediterranean Sea turned red again. A Libyan barge around 35 meters capsized in the open...

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