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‘Afternoon Clouds’ the only Indian film at Cannes this year

‘Afternoon Clouds’ the only Indian film at Cannes this year

May 9, 2017

The history of Indian short films at the prestigious categories of the Cannes Film Festival goes back to 1953, but the last decade wore a barren look until a FTII student got her short film selected in this year's Cinefondation.

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Indians among largest number of international students in the US

Indians among largest number of international students in the US

November 15, 2016

A large number of international students in the US are from India, and this number is increasing in large volumes, says Open Doors report.

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Differently-abled employees in India

Differently-abled employees in India

October 15, 2016

Though many organisations in India are ignorant about the inclusion and rehabilitation of disable persons, various others are recognising the need to tap the differently-abled population; despite the challenges.

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Is New Delhi India’s stalking capital?

Is New Delhi India’s stalking capital?

October 10, 2016

New Delhi has been witnessing a lot of chaos in regard of stalking and rapes in the recent years. The number of stalking cases in the Indian capital have increased from 542 in 2014 to 1,128 in 2015 and the numbers have already reached to 670 this year until September, according t...

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Crimes against women in India slightly decline

Crimes against women in India slightly decline

September 1, 2016

The percentage of criminal cases against women in India declined in 2015 on a yearly basis, but still, approximately 95 women are raped in the country every day, which is a huge cause of concern for women safety.

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Deadly fire in Hauz Khas Village, a popular touristic spot in New Delhi

Deadly fire in Hauz Khas Village, a popular touristic spot in New Delhi

August 25, 2016

An Indian real estate professional lost his life and a French student suffered burns yesterday, when an immediate fire caught up his house in Hauz Khas Village in South Delhi, India. The area is famous amongst tourists because of trendy restaurants, art galleries and boutiques, b...

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Lessons from the terror attack that killed 20 people in Dhaka

Lessons from the terror attack that killed 20 people in Dhaka

July 5, 2016

The dastardly attack by Islamic Militants on Holey Artisan Bakery in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on last Friday killed 20 global citizens. It brings painful lessons for Bangladesh, but also India and Myanmar.

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India continues to break space technology barriers

India continues to break space technology barriers

June 23, 2016

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) set a new record with the launch of 20 satellites in 26 minutes on June 23, 2016.

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After the death of a Congolese student in South Delhi

After the death of a Congolese student in South Delhi

May 26, 2016

The death of a Congolese post-graduate student in an altercation on Friday in New Delhi has sparked a major diplomatic controversy. African envoys protested and decided not to attend part of the Africa Day there. India’s External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has assured that ...

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