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Indian athletes bring laurels to India at the Common Wealth games
Congress president Sonia Gandhi did not become prime minister in May 2004 because her son Rahul Gandhi did not want her to take up the responsibility
The US reached out to the new Indian government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi promising to partner it in its vision of "Sabka saath sabka vikasa or development for all"
With violence gripping Libya, the Indian government said Tuesday that it was making arrangements to facilitate the return of around 4,500 Indian nationals, including 750 nurses.
President Pranab Mukherjee Monday congratulated Indian sports persons who Sunday won medals at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
In its 21st convention and annual meeting New Zealand First party announced its candidates list, which includes three Kiwi Indian candidates as well.
A Labour government will undertake a major overhaul of New Zealand’s immigration system, says the main opposition party just two months out of the general election.
NATIONAL could end up with two Indian MPs in government if the party win the September election, according to the 2014 list released by party leader John Key yesterday.
The HOTA Forum which is a collaborative forum of Hindu organisations, Temples and Associations (HOTA) announces free public workshops to learn and discover the practical wisdom of Hindu culture and its application in daily life.
David Shearer, MP for Mt Albert and Labour spokesman for Energy and Foreign Affairs
An Osmania University, Hyderabad, graduate Viji Murali, has been named chief information officer and vice provost of Information and Educational Technology at the University of California, Davis.
In continuation to our previous column to make you know your candidate better, we are again presenting another Kiwi-Indian Candidate from Labour Party- Sunny Kaushal.
Numbers of juveniles committing serious crimes have seen a significant growth in India in past few years. There has been a long going debate over whether Juvenile Justice Act should be amended and juvenile age should be decreased or not.
The Supreme Court has issued notice to all states seeking their views on a poser whether a terminally ill person can execute a living will that his or her life support system be withdrawn if he or she reaches a vegetative state with no hope of revival.
Indian-origin British MP Priti Patel has been appointed exchequer secretary to the Treasury department dealing with tax policy in a major cabinet reshuffle announced by British Prime Minister David Cameron last week.
An Indian-American boy will play Mowgli's character in Disney production's "The Jungle Book" adaptation.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's first multilateral engagement, India along with other four Brics countries have signed a deal to create a new $100bn (Rs 10000 Cr) development bank and emergency reserve fund
A Malaysian Airlines flight crashed Thursday in Ukraine near the Russian border, with all the 280 passengers and 15 crew members on board feared to have been killed
Further submissions to the Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan close on 22 July 2014. These are limited to being either in support or opposition to changes to the plan
Auckland Council is seeking proposals from designers to assist with the future redevelopment of Quay Street. The council is issuing a request for expressions of interest from design consultants.

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