Reports show that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi did misread the angry farmer’s plea. Mainly, the farmers who are demanding a major change in the
Homeless SM Nagar Slum Residents in Chennai, Cling on to Hope, Awaiting Nearby Alternate Housing Accommodation
Resettling slum dwellers across the city of Chennai, India, citing development reasons does not end their woes, residents quote. Decade-old complaints remain to be addressed.
BY Charles Kong’ana At least 30 people have been killed and several displaced after sudden torrential rains and flooding. This took place in the southern
ADITYA VAIBHAV | NEW DELHI: Political and economic instability created by World War I in Europe set the stage for another global conflict, World War
ADITYA VAIBHAV | NEW DELHI: The onslaught of coronavirus continues in India as the death toll in India surged to the third highest in the
Lost Summer: Ice Cream business in India dip by 50% Ice cream sales dip 50 per cent in India during the lockdown. While lockdown limitations
ADITYA VAIBHAV | NEW DELHI: Indian Army issued an advertisement in local newspapers asking people to share “credible” inputs for its probe into the killing
Online food guide and ordering platform, Zomato introduces a new strategy to make the corporate world more inclusive and women-friendly. Founder and CEO Deepinder Goyal
Hitherto, the love-hate relationship, which India had shared with China for a long time, has now shifted strongly towards the side of hate on account of the recent skirmishes and violent clashes along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) that claimed the life of 20 Indian Jawans. China, even in the past, has been known to expand its influence, not only in New Delhi’s backyard but also along with other parts of the world.
Kerala Photographer Punalur Rajan passes away Ace photographer Punalur Rajan breathed his last on Friday, August 14 in Kerala, India. He was 81. Born and raised in