news1 Rahul Gandhi To Meet Indian Community On First UAE Visit
DUBAI/NEW DELHI: Congress President Rahul Gandhi who will interact with the Indian overseas and student communities during his maiden visit to the UAE was accorded a warm welcome by the Indian diaspora at the Dubai airport on Thursday, the party said....
Posted On: 11/1/2019
news2 Air India Express Mumbai-Dubai Flight Returns Over "Hydraulic Failure"
The Dubai-bound Air Express flight from Mumbai landed back in the city under emergency conditions after being in air for over an hour due to a "hydraulic" failure....
Posted On: 07/1/2019
news3 Famed Indian restaurant named Copper Chimney opens in Dubai.
Copper Chimney, which has a 46-year history in India, is now open in Dubai.Copper Chimney can seat 130 diners and serves up a range of small plates, using custom-made tandoors, which are the stars of the open kitchen....
Posted On: 03/1/2019
news4 Indian wins Dh15 million in UAE's Big Ticket draw
Dubai: Another expatriate has hit what could be the biggest jackpot in the history of millionaire raffle draws in the UAE....
Posted On: 03/1/2019
news5 Dubai church cuts down celebrations, donates Rs10m to Kerala
Dubai: A church in Dubai has cut down on its golden jubilee celebrations and donated Rs10million (Dh542,643) to the flood-ravaged south Indian state of Kerala, church officials said on Wednesday....
Posted On: 28/12/2018
news6 Indian sailors fly home after being stranded in UAE for three years
Three Indian sailors, who had been stranded on separate ships for over three years, were finally able to fly home, the diplomatic mission of India in Dubai announced on Twitter on Tuesday....
Posted On: 27/12/2018
ICC Womens World T20 2018
Two years ago, in the World Twenty20 semi-final in Delhi, England suffered a humiliation at the hands of Australia: a six-run loss, courtesy of a collapse that saw them lose seven wickets for 60 runs. In the interim they have changed their captain, blooded new players and won a World Cup.....

Posted On: 26/11/2018
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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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