KERALA AGAINST CAA & NRC
India has been rife with violent protests since the 11th of December 2019, most of them being in the nation’s capital.
THE COMMUNITY SHOP AT PUNARJANI
We all march to the rhythm of the hectic lifestyle dictated by the metropolitan cities we live in, often overlooking the miseries of those who aren’t as privileged as we are.
Qatar further eases restrictions on migrant workers' exit
Qatar said, it had scrapped restrictions on leaving the country for nearly all migrant workers as part of reforms answering accusations of exploitation especially in the run-up to the 2022 World Cup.
Introducing: Neha Loves To Eat
COCHIN HERALD’S NEHA VINOD SEEKS OUT KOCHI’S BEST EATS!!
Choice School's Reimagination of Shakespearean Drama With ‘Juliet & her Romeo'
Come late December 2019, Choice School’s revival of the age-old vendetta between the Montagues and the Capulets onstage left the audiences’ interest piqued. A group of young school-going children dramatised the Shakespearean classic Romeo and Juliet, breathing life into every single one of the characters, only to end the play with resounding applause from all those watching, captivated.
Dhoni May Quit ODIs And Be In T20 World Cup Mix - Shastri
Long-serving India wicketkeeper Mahendra Singh Dhoni may quit one-day internationals soon but could still be in contention for a place in the country's squad for the Twenty20 World Cup, coach Ravi Shastri said.
India's Top Court Says Indefinite Kashmir Internet Shutdown Is Illegal
India's Supreme Court said that an indefinite shutdown of the internet in Kashmir was illegal, rebuking the government for the communications lockdown imposed after it withdrew the Muslim majority region's autonomy in August.
The Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Award 2019
The 2019 Knowledge Award Function was organised by the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Foundation (MBRF) and took place at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
Mass surveillance fears as India readies facial recognition system
As India prepares to install a nationwide facial recognition system in an effort to catch criminals and find missing children, human rights and technology experts warned of the risks to privacy from increased surveillance.
Love of cash hinders India's move to digital economy
India's dependency on cash may slow the country's transition to digital payments despite large numbers of internet and mobile phone users.
Situation critical: Vodafone's future in India in doubt after court ruling
Vodafone said its future in India could be in doubt unless the government stopped hitting operators with higher taxes and charges, after a court judgment over licence fees resulted in a 1.9 billion euro (£1.6 billion) group loss in its first half.
Jishad Bucker-A Revolutionary Genius of Network Marketing
Successful leaders are the power and intellect of organisations.
Singapore activists challenge gay sex ban in court after India ruling
Singapore's top court has heard challenges to its colonial-era gay sex law, a thorny issue in the sociallyconservative city-state, for the first time since similar legislation was scrapped in India last year.
Poland- The Juncture of Major Trade Routes
Poland is a central European nation located at the geographic crossroads of the lush plains of the Eurasian frontier, the Atlantic ocean’s sea-lanes and the forest-dense Northwestern Europe.
Free bus rides seen as just one step to get more Indian women into public life
Providing free bus travel for female commuters in Delhi should help more women join the workforce and improve their safety but a lot more needs to be done to give them better access to public life, according to one of India's top court lawyers.
Sri Lanka strongman Rajapaksa wins presidency by big margin
Sri Lanka's former civil wartime defence chief Gotabaya Rajapaksa was declared the winner in the presidential election, after promising to secure the country against militant threats following Easter bombings this year.
Despite Kashmir anger, China's Xi invites India's Modi to visit again next year
Chinese President Xi Jinping has invited Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to visit China again next year after two informal summits between the men in each other's countries, despite deep disagreement over the disputed Kashmir region.
Kohli Hails Australia's Maxwell On Mental Health Issue
Australia allrounder Glenn Maxwell has set an example by taking a break from the game to address his mental health issues and there should not be any negativity about such situations, India captain Virat Kohli said.
India set to outlaw six single-use plastic products.
India is set to impose a nationwide ban on plastic bags, cups and straws on Oct. 2, officials said, in its most sweeping measure yet to stamp out single-use plastics from cities and villages that rank among the world's most polluted.
India sets up fund to complete stalled housing projects
India Announced a series of measures to revive the housing sector and boost exports as the government tries to kick-start an economy hit by a lending crisis and a slowdown in demand.
India and Nepal open South Asia's first crossborder oil pipeline
India and Nepal officially opened South Asia's first cross-border oil pipeline, a project seen as part of New Delhi's efforts to increase its influence in the Himalayan nation where China is also making deep inroads.
Eros Now ties up with Microsoft's Azure platform
Eros Now said it is tying up with Microsoft's Azure cloud platform to host and stream its digital video offerings, in a boost to the U.S. software giant's push to expand in the Indian market.
B.S. YEDIYURAPPA THE INVINCIBLE FORCE OF BJP IN KARNATAKA
“Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him Power”- Abraham Lincoln
Healthy Diet, Exercise Can Reverse - The Condition Of Diabetes
Good news! Healthy diet, exercise and an intensive medical treatment for two to four months can reverse the condition of Type-2 diabetes by up to 40 percent, suggests a study.
True Connection - Raza & DIA33
The ability to see the opportunity in a highly volatile economy and to anticipate future needs of the market is what sets apart a businessman from his peers. The Founder and CEO of DIA33, Mr. Nadeem Raza is one such dynamic personality. He is the man leading one of the most competitive and fastest growing chemical distribution companies in the world today.
Honey Bee 2 The Bee Stings
Love them or hate them but you simply can’t ignore these swarm of honeybees who are back with a bang. Yes, a sequel to the comedy thriller, ‘Honey bee’ is all set to hit screens this month. Titled ‘Honey Bee 2: Celebrations’ the film has the same bunch of lead actors.
cytosorbents launches vetresq™ for u.s. veterinary market
vetresq adds advanced, first-in-kind blood purification treatment of inflammatory toxins to the u.s. veterinary market. debuts at american college of veterinary emergency and critical care post-graduate review conference.
unique business center
a team of professionals well versed in dubai’s business landscape and possessing sound knowledge of its rules and regulations now offer assistance in setting up an office from the ground up. the unique business group aims to provide all services necessary to set up and run an office smoothly in the uae. the group offers diverse services that range from serviced office spaces, maintenance, construction and recruitment. the company set up in 1999, today serves 300 plus clients engaged in various business activities.
i saw my lord with the eye of the heart i asked, ‘who are you?’ he replied, ‘you’.
infinity and beyond
the desert kingdoms of persia have been, for the most part, welcoming and benevolent to the thousands who landed on its shores seeking a better life. while many attribute their better standards of life to the gulf economy, only very few can claim to have found meteoric success.