news1 Sheikh Hamdan honours Indian tycoon in Dubai
Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Sports Council has honoured the Landmark Group with the first Sports Imprint Award, a joint initiative of Dubai Sports Council and Watani Al Emarat Foundation, organised as part of the Nad Al Sheba Sports Tournament....
Posted On: 24/5/2019
news2 Indian expats in UAE rejoice as BJP leads in vote count
With the early trends of the Indian election results showing a massive saffron sweep for the ruling BJP-led National Democratic Alliance across the country, jubilant Indian expats in the UAE have welcomed the mandate saying 'India has won."...
Posted On: 23/5/2019
news3 Rahul Gandhi faces backlash over election drubbing
Honest, intelligent and open to new ideas is how officials of India's main opposition Congress describe their leader, Rahul Gandhi, but the party's election performance has been so poor he now risks losing even his family's traditional seat....
Posted On: 23/5/2019
news4 2 Indian business leaders in Dubai get new 10-year visa
Dubai: Two Indian business leaders in Dubai were issued 10-year UAE resident visas on Tuesday....
Posted On: 22/5/2019
news5 India skipper Virat Kohli makes flying visit to Dubai
Dubai: Known for shining on the cricket pitch with his consistent performances, Indian cricket star Virat Kohli has now set his eyes on the world of fragrances. The legendary batsman was in Dubai for the official UAE launch of his brand one8's new line of scents....
Posted On: 21/5/2019
news6 Dubai-based Indian woman who died during surgery was a celebrated baker
Dubai: Betty Fernandes, the woman who died during a hip replacement surgery at a Dubai hospital on May 9, was a doting wife and mum who had so much to look forward to, according to her family and friends, who are still coming to terms with her death....
Posted On: 14/5/2019
Vivo IPL 2019
Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma was well aware of Shardul Thakur's range of shots and that's why he wanted Lasith Malinga to bowl a slower delivery, which turned out to be a masterstroke in the thrilling IPL final.....

Posted On: 13/05/2019
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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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