news1 Two Dubai-based Indian teachers who tested COVID positive take classes while in quarantine
Two Dubai-based Indian teachers were conducting online classes from their respective quarantine centres after they were tested positive for the novel Coronavirus, the media reported on Tuesday....
Posted On: 06/10/2020
news2 Indian comedian Vir Das coming to Dubai....
Comedian Vir Das is coming to the UAE as part of the Dubai Comedy Festival, where he will debut elements from his new standup 'See You Outside Tour'....
Posted On: 06/10/2020
news3 Jaipur to receive 15 evacuation flights from Dubai via Delhi
JAIPUR: As part of arrangement for evacuation flights, Air India will operate around 15 flights to Dubai via Delhi-Jaipur this month...
Posted On: 06/10/2020
news4 India's global icon Gandhi's projection on Dubai's Burj Khalifa on his 150th birth anniversary
Dubai: Images of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, the leader of India's freedom movement and global icon of peace, will be displayed on Dubai's Burj Khalifa on Friday to culminate his 150th birth anniversary programmes, the Indian Consulate in Dubai said on Tuesday....
Posted On: 30/9/2020
news5 Dubai teen sings birthday tribute to Indian PM Narendra Modi
A tribute song for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was released on Thursday, his 70th birthday - and the voice behind it was that of a talented Grade 10 student in the UAE, Suchetha Satish....
Posted On: 30/9/2020
news6 India to operate 270 repatriation flights from UAE between October 1-25
New Delhi: India's Ministry of Civil Aviation on Monday added that it will operate 270 flights repatriation flights from the United Arab Emirates, starting October 1 to bring its citizens back who want to return home amidst COVID-19....
Posted On: 30/9/2020
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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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