Prime Minister Narendra Modi today heaped praise on External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, saying she and her ministry have set an example of effectively using social media to deliver good governance and help Indians in distress in any corner of the world.
A 33-year-old Keralite priest who was missing from last four days was found dead on a beach in Edinburgh in the United Kingdom, according to information received by Church sources in Thiruvananthapuram today.
Prior to her appointment as a judge at the Supreme Court of British Columbia in New Westminster, Parbinder Kaur Shergill practised as a lawyer and mediator with her law firm, Shergill & Company, Trial Lawyers.
Asserting that the US' ties with India and Pakistan were not a 'zero-sum game', the White House has said that the Trump administration's priorities and the nature of relationship with India and Pakistan were different.
India and China continue to send the largest number of students to the US with Indians topping the list of those opting for science, technology, engineering and mathematics, a latest report said today. China and India sent 362,368 and 206,698 students respectively in the last one year, the latest 'SEVIS by the numbers' report said.
Three people have been arrested and charged in the United States in connection with the murder case of a 43-year-old Indian-origin store owner who was gunned down outside his home in South Carolina in March.
An Indian and another prisoner who were among the four foreigners who escaped through a tunnel from a prison in Indonesia's Bali island earlier this week were arrested in East Timor today, Indonesian authorities said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today had a telephonic conversation with his Swedish counterpart Stefan Lofven during which he conveyed his appreciation for Sweden's support to the 'Make-in-India' programme.
A month after an insane attack on Times Square by a driver who ploughed through a crowd killing a woman and injuring 22 people, thousands brought an outpouring of peace through yoga on Wednesday to the landmark zone billed as the crossroads of the world.
The UN began the International Day of Yoga (IDY) celebrations with the release of stamps, a water puja and meditations for peace in the world's most diverse gathering of nationalities, religions and races.