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Here is why varied tribes of India are marking separate Independence Day on August 31!

August 31, 2016: The entire nation was reborn to freedom and liberty on the historic day of August 15, 1947, as we achieved Independence and...

India, United States likely to strengthen cooperation and intensify Intelligence sharing on Terrorism

August 31, 2016: The United States and India announced on Tuesday that they are strengthening cooperation on fighting terrorism. The two democracies will intensify intelligence...

International Design Competition for National War Memorial likely to be conducted in 2 phases in New Delhi

New Delhi, August 31, 2016: The International Design Competition for the national war memorial and museum announced on India's 70th Independence Day on August...

Satellites provide pointers, but no signs of Indian Air Force aircraft yet

The missing aircraft, an upgraded AN-32 belonging to 33 Squadron, took off from Tambaram Air Force Station in Chennai at 8.30 a.m on...

New Delhi: Historic Trail of Khirki Village is likely to be back in focus

The historic significance of Khirki village will be back in focus on Wednesday, July 20, with a triple treat of art, poetry, and food...

India-Australia ties can be changed through Education

Among the multiple opportunities that India offers, education has all the ingredients to emerge as a game-changer in bilateral relations New Delhi is...

Every Anti-Sikh Riot Victim of 1984 will get justice, says Home Minister Rajnath Singh

NEW DELHI: Assuring the victims of 1984 anti-Sikh riots that justice will be ensured for one and all, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday,...

Exclusive: Cinema enables Anuritta to Find and Lose herself at the same time

 -by Shillpi A Singh NewsGram presents an exclusive tête-à-tête with the cast and crew of this year’s National Award winning Maithili film, Mithila Makhaan. In...

For Rs10 a film, India’s Underclass in Delhi gets their daily dose of Bollywood

Under the bridge, underclass people hang blankets to create walls for the theatre and to block out sunlight Tickets here are sold for...

Korla Pandit: An ‘African American’ camouflaged his identity as an ‘Indian’ to break into music business

Korla Pandit's real identity is John Roland Redd, an African American He played the piano and the organ- sometimes both at once During his...

Modi to Address both Houses of Congress in The US Next Week

NEW DELHI/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two years ago there were questions over whether Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi could get a visa to enter the...

Teenager dies after being raped and set on fire in Delhi

New Delhi: A teenager, who was raped before she was set on fire on the roof of her family's home, has died of her...

Pakistani locality in Delhi: Well, here it is

February 26, 2016: Chhatarpur, New Delhi: In this south Delhi neighborhood, more than 400 Pakistani Hindus have been living in hutments without any support...

Why disclosure of the ‘perfect terrorist’ doesn’t matter?

By Sarwar Kashani Political brouhahas about David Coleman Headley notwithstanding, the recent admission of the Pakistan-American terrorist about his already known terror links actually means...

Capital observes another car free day

New Delhi: The Delhi Government observed the fourth car free day in the capital on Friday, to counter increased air pollution in the city.This was another...

Unsafe women, unsafe Delhi: people call for a change

New Delhi: With the number of crimes against women escalating by leaps and bounds in Delhi, the female folk, especially the young girls, face a...

Stop bullying Nepal, CPI-M tells Modi government

New Delhi: The CPI-M on Thursday urged the Indian government to stop bullying Nepal and to end the blockades on the border that have caused...

Work for country’s unity, Congress urges Modi

New Delhi: The Congress on Saturday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to desist from making utterances igniting religious passions and instead work for the unity...

Muslim father finds humanity among Durga Puja organisers

My appeal to the committees gave me a pleasant surprise in that I was able to collect more than Rs.23,000 towards treatment of my ailing daughter who needs a bone marrow transplant," Nazibul said.

Indian-American physicians to host health summit in Delhi

Washington:The American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) will hold its 10th Global Health Summit from Jan 1 to 3 in New Delhi...

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