news1 prithvi@dubai: ultimate treat for theatre buffs
DUBAI: The sheer mention of Prithvi in Dubai evokes a sense of déjà vu among those from Mumbai - and we're not talking of just theatre enthusiasts here....
Posted On: 21/4/2016
news2 IIM-A sees spike in interest from NRIs on the back of outreach activities
MUMBAI: IIM Ahmedabad has seen a spike in interest from non-resident Indians on the back of outreach and promotional activities conducted abroad this year, but the institute has failed to attract enough applications from foreign nationals for its supernumerary seats....
Posted On: 02/5/2016
news3 Dubai Festival to start tomorrow in Mumbai
Residents here will be able to enjoy the essence of entertainment, culture, hospitality and business opportunities that Dubai has to offer at a festival that begins on Wednesday. The five-day Dubai Festival kicks off at the MMRDA Grounds at the Bandra-Kurla Complex....
Posted On: 26/4/2016
news4 Taxes trip up Indians abroad
Nowshir Engineer has lived in Dubai for the past 12 years, and like all expats he enjoys the tax- free environment of the UAE. But, Mr Engineer, 37, who is from Mumbai, has to pay taxes on his investments in India....
Posted On: 19/4/2016
news5 Rents in Dubai expected to fall further
Dubai's residential sales and rental value are set for further decline in 2016 as the local economy continues to adjust to softening global conditions, according to leading international real estate consultancy Cluttons....
Posted On: 28/4/2016
news6 UAE residents can audition for Bigg Boss
Bigg Boss will hold auditions for the first time in the UAE and India for Season 10 of Bigg Boss, tabloid! can reveal. Colors Television, the channel that broadcasts the hit show - India's version of Big Brother - confirmed casting of inmates for the notorious madhouse will take place in April....
Posted On: 05/5/2016
Mohali: A valiant effort from Murali Vijay went in vain as Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) sneaked past Kings XI Punjab by one run in a nail-biting league encounter of the Indian Premier League at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium on Monday.....

Posted On: 10/05/2016
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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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