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Tehran - Iran will continue sending military advisers to Syria and Iraq in a fight against terrorism, Iranian Defence Minister said here on Monday. "We will help Syria and Iraq as much as we can because parts of the Islamic community have been under attack and we are defending (them)," Xinhua quoted Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan as saying. The Islamic.. MORE »

No Muslims should engage in birth control: Erdogan

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Ankara - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday that no Muslim family should adopt birth control measures, stressing that his country's population will grow "I am saying.. MORE »

Modi regime's 2 years marked by communalism, authoritarianism: CPI-M

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New Delhi - Two years of Narendra Modi government were marked by the triumvirate of aggressive communalism, neo-liberal economic reforms and authoritarian measures, the Communist Party of.. MORE »

Jaishankar assures African students of safety; Ola driver assaulted by Africans

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New Delhi - Foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar on Monday assured a group of African students that the Indian government is committed to ensuring their safety and security even as an Ola driver was.. MORE »



World
Police recommend indicting Netanyahu's wife over fraud

Jerusalem - Israeli Police have reportedly recommended filing charges against Sara Netanyahu, wife of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, for allegedly misusing public funds. Potential charges.. MORE »

  • Israeli cabinet approves new hardline defence minister
  • Israeli cabinet approves new hardline defence minister
  • Riyadh to allow non-Muslims to enter 4 mosques in Jeddah
  • 6 killed, 20 injured in two bomb attacks in Turkey
  • Sports
    India aim to increase medals haul in Asian junior athletics meet

    New Delhi - A 29-member Indian team will participate in the 17th Asian Junior Athletics Championships to be held in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, from June 3-6. A team of 27 athletes, along with.. MORE »

  • 'Postpone or move Olympics due to Zika'
  • SC rejects Star Sports plea against sharing clean feed with Prasar Bharati
  • FIFA's acting Secretary General Markus Kattner sacked
  • India
    Public Grievance Redressal Act from June 5: Bihar CM

    Patna - Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday announced to implement the Public Grievance Redressal Act in the state from June 5. "From June 5 Public Grievance Redressal Act will be.. MORE »

  • Modi wishes Sharif speedy recovery
  • Kailash Mansarovar Yatra: Bad weather hampering evacuation
  • Congress' Abdul Mannan to be new leader of opposition in Bengal assembly
  • Education
    Kashmir budget proposes free schooling for girls

    Srinagar - The Jammu and Kashmir government on Monday announced special budgetary initiatives for women that include school fee waiver up to Class 12, and a reserved quota of industrial land for.. MORE »

  • 'Most graduates in India have theoretical knowledge, need skills'
  • Teachers, students, educationists riled at prolonged Bengal schools' vacation
  • India moving to be world leader in scientific research: President
  • Business
    94 percent willing to be part e-commerce packaging reuse, says survey

    New Delhi -  With e-commerce rapidly growing in India, a survey has said that 94 per cent people want to be part of any initiative for re-cycling of packaging material and contribute to the.. MORE »

  • Microsoft seeks to empower every Indian: Satya Nadella
  • India's Q4, 2015-16 GDP data due on Tuesday
  • British media distributor to stream movies, videos in India
  • In Depth
    It takes a village: Where religious harmony defies years of Kashmir strife

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    Manzgam - Manzgam (Jammu and Kashmir), May 30 (IANS) A Hindu temple and a Muslim shrine in this lush green village of south Kashmir have stood close to each other for centuries as pillars.. MORE »

  • World's 60 million refugees need 2.78 mn surgeries a year
  • Kashmiri separatists join hands to oppose army, migrant enclave plan
  • Kashmir yet to see 'acche din'
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