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International Mandela Day: Following Madiba’s Footsteps

While the mention of South Africa immediately brings alive the imagery of safaris, glamping, bungee jumping, diverse food, and warm people, its rich and...

Digital India: Geographical Distance no Longer Hampering Celebrations

By N. Lothungbeni Humtsoe We live in a world where geographical distance no longer hampers celebrations, thanks to the digital India push, we have video...

Ethnic Indian Jai Sears responds to complaint against the statue of Gandhi in Grenada

Jai Sears from Grenada, Caribbean has written a letter to editor in response to complaints against the statue of Gandhi in Grenada. Here is...

New Book About Nelson Mandela’s Medical Treatment before his 2013 Death Stirs Dispute

A new book by a former South African military doctor that documents Nelson Mandela's medical treatments violates doctor-patient confidentiality But  according to the...

Two Indian-origin women freedom activists awarded South Africa’s highest National Order awards

Pretoria, 01 May, 2017: In a proud moment for India, two Indian-origin women freedom activists (Fatima Meer and Shantie Naidoo) were awarded South Africa's highest...

Nelson Mandela’s Dream of a Hospital to provide Specialized Care for Children opens in Johannesburg

JOHANNESBURG, Dec 3, 2016: Nelson Mandela's dream of a hospital to provide specialised care for children has opened in Johannesburg on Friday. The 200-bed Nelson Mandela...

Nobody should be president for life: Obama

Addis Ababa: US President Barack Obama on Tuesday stressed that no president should remain in office for life, as it violates important constitutional provisions which...

With Gandhi & Churchill sharing the same ground, can they finally become friends?

By Harshmeet Singh One of the biggest news of this week was the unveiling of Mahatma Gandhi’s statue in Britain’s famous Parliament square. The 9...

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Time Magazine List of 100 Most Influential People: Ayushmann Khurrana Among 5 Indians

Indian actor Ayushmann Khurrana is in the Time magazine list of 100 Most Influential People this year. Follow NewsGram on LinkedIn to know what's happening...

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Returning to usual levels of sexual activity within a few months after a heart attack is positively associated with long-term survival, say researchers. According to...