Shankar recalls tragic mishap in “India 2” sets

A crane mishap claimed the lives of three technicians on the set of director Shankar’s Indian 2. Continue Reading

Singapore- Indian protest over CAA

Singapore police are investigating a 32-year-old Indian national for holding a protest without a permit in Marina Bay against India’s contentious Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).

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Modi Government to resolve OCI issues : US-Indian activist

Following dozens of Indian-Americans facing difficulties at airports while travelling from the US to India over provisions in the OCI, an eminent Indian-American activist has said that the card should not be considered as “a multi-purpose lifelong visa” and demanded the Indian government fix major loopholes in it. Continue Reading

XI Jinping in Mahabs for 2nd informal summit with Modi

Chinese President Xi Jinping accompanied by a delegation left the ITC Grand Chola Hotel for Mahabalipuram, about 55 km from, for the second informal summit with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Continue Reading

Historic day in world politics: BJP on Howdy Modi

Hailing the ”Howdy Modi” event in Houston as “unprecedented” and “history in the making”, top BJP leaders today said it has left an indelible footprint of a stronger India on the world map. Continue Reading

Borussia Dortmund to develop India’s youth football

Bundesliga club, Borussia Dortmund (BVB) became the latest entrant to develop grassroot football in India, as they announced a collaboration with World1 Sports, an Indian-based football consultancy firm, promising to bring an opportunity for the country’s young footballers. Continue Reading

Editorial: Karnataka crisis

Eleven MLAs of the ruling coalition in Karnataka submitted their resignation to the office of Assembly Speaker K R Ramesh Kumar Saturday. If the resignations of the eight Congress legislators and three Janata Dal (Secular) MLAs are accepted, the coalition would be left with the support of 107 members – just enough to maintain a majority. Continue Reading

Why TN is forbidden land! — 3:  Tell-tale twists in the tongue tales

I was pretty much certain many holy feathers would be ruffled. Why drag sacred Sanskrit into an unseemly fracas? What is the connection? It is my firm opinion that the contents of the last column, that harp on how Tamil scores over Sanskrit on several counts, are most relevant, if only to highlight the perverse ironies on parade in the present. Continue Reading

Tamilnadu MPs take oath in Tamil in Parliament, raise slogans

Apart from the DMK MPs, Congress and Communist MPs and the AIADMK MP also took the oath in Tamil. But the slogans they raised after taking the oath were different for each one of them. Continue Reading