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news1 Indian fighter hoping to impress in Dubai
While much of the attention will be on the big four at Thursday's Global Fighting Championship (GFC), India-born Jaideep 'Heart' Singh is hoping for a dream debut in the Dubai event. Originally from Amritsar, Punjab, Singh's family took him to Tokyo when he was just three after his father set up his business base in the Japanese capital. Growing u...
news2 China tops Dubai's Q1 trading partners list, India second
Continuing the upward trend, Dubai's foreign trade grew in the first quarter (Q1) of 2014 with India trailing China as the second largest trading partner of the emirates city. In Q1 2014, Dubai's foreign trade amounted to dirham 323 billion, of which 201.4 billion were imports, 26.5 billion exports and 94.4 billion re-exports. Direct trade contribu...
news3 Abu Dhabi, Dubai set to host Miss India Worldwide 2014
UAE will host the 23rd edition of Miss India Worldwide 2014. The beauty pageant will see over 40 winning contestants of Indian origin from 40 countries across the globe. "More than 40 contestants of Indian origin settled in various countries across the globe between the age of 17 years and 27 years, unmarried and citizens, residents, or born ...
news4 India trails China as Dubai's 2nd largest trading partner in Q1
Continuing the upward trend, Dubai's foreign trade grew in the first quarter (Q1) of 2014 with India trailing China as the second largest trading partner of the emirates city. In Q1 2014, Dubai's foreign trade amounted to dirham 323 billion, of which 201.4 billion were imports, 26.5 billion exports and 94.4 billion re-exports. Direct trade contri...
news5 American Monica Gill wins Miss India Worldwide in UAE
Monica Gill didn't grow up dreaming of being a beauty queen. She was too busy studying biology, psychology and women's studies at a Boston university to have any time for catwalk competitions. But after graduating, and some coaxing by a family friend, American Ms Gill signed up for the regional Miss India New Hampshire pageant and eventually wen...
news6 Cricketer Gavaskar buys Dubai property
Sunil Gavaskar, Indian cricket legend, has bought his second property in Dubai and believes the emirate winning World Expo 2020 bid has reignited the country's property market. "The sentiment has become a lot more positive in Dubai and the UAE after the announcement of Expo 2020. I believe people will cash in on this sentiment because what will ...
FIFA World Cup 2014
To the victors go the spoils and 1 percent of FIFA's 2014 World Cup revenue. After Germany defeated Argentina in extra time of the final of the World Cup, not only did it get to hoist an 18-carat trophy, but it also hauled off a cool $35 million. It's fitting that the largest prize in World Cu....

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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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