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Loss In Kerala Rains Estimated To Be Rs. 40,000 Crore

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM Sept 13: Kerala has suffered a loss of Rs. 40,000 crore as per initial estimates in the rains that ravaged it last month, State Industries minister E P Jayarajan said on Wednesday. Continue reading “Loss In Kerala Rains Estimated To Be Rs. 40,000 Crore”

Indian student numbers at UK universities fall sharply

LONDON Sept 12: Increasing worldwide competition to attract international students has led to a sharp fall in the number of Indian students coming to UK universities, a new report commissioned by the government warned on Tuesday. Continue reading “Indian student numbers at UK universities fall sharply”

PM Modi To Unveil World’s Tallest Statue Of Sardar Patel On October 31

NEW DELHI Sept 10: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate a statue of Sardar Patel, described by the Gujarat government as the world’s tallest, on the birth anniversary of India’s first home minister on October 31, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani said Sunday. Continue reading “PM Modi To Unveil World’s Tallest Statue Of Sardar Patel On October 31”

India, US Ask Pakistan To Act Against Terror Emanating From Its Soil

NEW DELHI Sept 7: India and the US Thursday asked Pakistan to ensure that its territory is not used to launch terror attacks and expeditiously bring to justice the perpetrators of cross-border terror strikes, including those on Mumbai, Pathankot and Uri. Continue reading “India, US Ask Pakistan To Act Against Terror Emanating From Its Soil”

British MPs Demand Inquiry Into Cheating ‘Scandal’ Involving Indian Students

London Sept 6: British parliamentarians have demanded an independent inquiry into the “forgotten scandal” of thousands of international students, including Indians, being accused of cheating by the UK government in an English language examination. Continue reading “British MPs Demand Inquiry Into Cheating ‘Scandal’ Involving Indian Students”

No Official Events For A Year In Kerala

NEW DELHI: In the aftermath of the Kerala floods, the worst the state has experienced in a century, the state government has decided to not host any official events for a year. Continue reading “No Official Events For A Year In Kerala”

Imran Khan Brings In Foreign Experts To Rebuild Debt-Ridden Pak Economy

ISLAMABAD Sept 3: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has roped in some renowned foreign economists in the newly-constituted economic advisory panel to provide the best possible professional advice to his cash-strapped government on prudent economic policies, media reported on Sunday. Continue reading “Imran Khan Brings In Foreign Experts To Rebuild Debt-Ridden Pak Economy”

China Issues Flood Alert In India As River Tsangpo Swells

ITANAGAR/NEW DELHI: China has alerted India about the rising water in river Tsangpo, called Siang in Arunachal Pradesh and Brahmaputra in Assam, leading to possibility of floods in downstream areas, Arunachal Pradesh MP Ninong Ering said. Continue reading “China Issues Flood Alert In India As River Tsangpo Swells”

Imran Khan Government To Prepare Proposal To Resolve Kashmir Issue

ISLAMABAD Aug 30: Prime Minister Imran Khan’s government is preparing a proposal to resolve the Kashmir issue, a senior Pakistani minister has said, describing the draft as a “model for conflict resolution.” Continue reading “Imran Khan Government To Prepare Proposal To Resolve Kashmir Issue”

Rehab in Ernakulam dist will be ‘long drawn’ affair: District Collector

Kochi Aug 29: Rehabilitation of thousands of people who lost their livelihood and were rendered homeless in the recent floods in Ernakulam district is going to be a “long-drawn” affair, District Collector K Mohammed Y Safirulla said here. Continue reading “Rehab in Ernakulam dist will be ‘long drawn’ affair: District Collector”