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news1 Vistara opens first overseas sales office in Dubai
Dubai: Vistara, an Indian joint venture carrier between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines, opened its first overseas sales office in Dubai, according to a statement on Monday....
news2 DIFC wants to double number of Indian banks it hosts
Dubai's financial hub is in talks to double the number of Indian banks in the free zone as wealth managers target the estimated $55 billion in assets held by the country's citizens in the UAE. It is part of a broader plan to increase the presence of Indian companies based there....
news3 Modi urges billionaires to invest for state as world economy wobbles
Prime Minister Narendra Modi called bankers and billionaires to his residence on Tuesday to brainstorm on how India can manage global economic turbulence, including opportunities for Asia's third-largest economy in China's market and growth woes....
news4 Dubai's financial freezone aims to host 100 Indian firms
DUBAI: Dubai's financial freezone plans a five-fold increase in the number of Indian firms to over 100 in the next 10 years to build a sustained, long-lasting partnerships with the emerging markets of India....
news5 On Gandhi's birthday, Indian President emphasises non-violence
Indian President Pranab Mukherjee on Thursday asked people to follow non-violence, peace and tolerance that was preached by Mahatma Gandhi, in a message that came against the backdrop of lynching of a man in Uttar Pradesh following rumours that he had consumed beef....
news6 MasterChef India champ at Taste of Abu Dhabi
MasterChef India winner Nikita Ghandi, Siba Mtongana and reggae legends The Wailers are the latest items on the menu at this year's Taste of Abu Dhabi (TOAD)....
Cuttack: Seamer Albie Morkel led the way with three for 12 as South Africa thumped India by six wickets in the violence-hit second Twenty20 match in Cuttack on Monday to clinch the series.Leg-spinner Imran Tahir and seamer Chris Morris chipped in with two wickets each as India were skittled for a pa....

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Is this the only thing our policemen know?
Police in India are guilty of widespread human rights violations, including beatings, torture and illegal killings, a new report alleges.

The US-based group Human Rights Watch says India’s policing system facilitates and even encourages abuses. It says there has been little change in attitudes, training or equipment since the police was formed in colonial times with the aim to control the population.

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