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US airs concerns to China about 'dangerous and unlawful' South China Sea actions

Thailand To Waive Visa Requirements For Indians To Draw More Tourists

'Energetic Orange, Turquoise': Air India Express' New Brand Identity

Women's Quota Bill Clears Parliament In Historic Step Towards Becoming Law

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North Indian Team ‘Golfism’ Lifts Trinity Golf Champions League

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Indian Medical Graduates Can Now Practise In US, Australia, Canada

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Chandrayaan-3 Lands On Moon

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200 Nations Reach Historic Climate Agreement At Dubai COP28

DUBAI: In a historic decision at the beginning of the 2023 United Nations Climate Change Conference in the United Arab Emirates, nearly 200 nations reached an agreement to establish a fund to assist countries grappling with the effects of global warming. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived in Dubai last night, called for climate financing and technology transfer to developing nations, empowering them to effectively confront the challenges posed by climate change....moreMore

Hamas Seeks Gaza Ceasefire Extension As More Hostages Freed

GAZA: Hamas is willing to further extend a truce for hostage and prisoner exchanges, a source close to the group said Thursday, and the United States urged Israel to set up safe zones for Gaza civilians as a pause in their deadly war neared expiry. International pressure has risen for a lasting halt to the war, sparked by deadly Hamas attacks on Israel that prompted it to mount a devastating assault on the Gaza Strip....moreMore

‘Stay the course on Ukraine’, NATO chief urges allies

BRUSSELS: NATO boss Jens Stoltenberg urged members of the alliance on Tuesday to "stay the course" in supporting Ukraine in its war against Russia's invasion as both the United States and European Union struggle to agree on further military aid. "It's our obligation to ensure that we provide Ukraine with the weapons they need," Stoltenberg told reporters as he arrived for a gathering of foreign ministers from NATO countries at the alliance's headquarters in Brussels....moreMore

KP Singh, Kapil Dev, Vishesh Chandiok inaugurate the 2nd edition of the Kapil Dev Grant Thornton Invitational Tournament

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PGTI chief executive Uttam Singh Mundy (from left to right) defending champion Varun Parikh, tournament host Kapil Dev, Vishesh C. Chandiok of Grant Thornton Bharat and DLF Golf & Country Club vice-president Tusch Daroga with the tournament trophy at the event launch on TuesdayGURGAON: Chairman Emeritus of DLF Ltd KP Singh and Indian cricket legend Kapil Dev inaugurated the second edition of the Kapil Dev Grant Thornton Invitational Tournament here on Tuesday. First to hit the ceremonial tee-off shot was Chairman Emeritus KP Singh. He was followed by former Indian cricket captain Kapil Dev. Next to take the ceremonial tee-off was Vishesh C. Chandiok, CEO, Grant Thornton Bharat. He was followed by Vinod Chandiok, Chairman, Grant Thornton Advisory Pvt Ltd. Soon, thereafter, the dignitaries KP Singh, Kapil Dev, Vinod Chandiok, Vishesh C. Chandiok, PGTI CEO Uttam Mundy, Vice President DLF Golf and Country Club Tusch Daroga and Defending Champion Varun Parikh unveiled the trophy....moreMore

Second Edition Of Coveted OMEGA Trophy Held At DLF Golf Club

From Left to Right, Fredric Nardin, Vice President, Sales, Abhishek Bachchan, Sumit Sharma, Brand Head, Omega IndiaGURUGRAM:The Swiss watch brand, OMEGA hosted the second edition of the OMEGA trophy event at DLF Golf and Country Club, Gurugram. Coming together to celebrate OMEGA’s passion for golf and watches, the 18-hole tournament attracted seasoned golfers to passionate watch enthusiasts and saw the attendance of celebrated actor Abhishek Bachchan. On the occasion, Fredric Nardin, Vice President, Sales, OMEGA SA said, “We are thrilled to host the second edition of the OMEGA Trophy in India. India is a significant market for us, particularly given that its consumers have a keen sense of quality and heritage. With its emphasis on precision golf, it is a game that strongly resonates with OMEGA and is a part of our DNA. We are happy to be able to share our passion for the game with our customers from across the country.”...moreMore

Blinken Says 'Look Forward To Results' As India Probes Murder Plot Charge

TEL AVIV: New Delhi announcing an investigation into allegations by the US that an Indian official was involved in a foiled plot to assassinate a Khalistani terrorist in the United States is good and appropriate, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Thursday. "The government announced today that it was conducting an investigation, and that's good and appropriate, and we look forward to seeing the results," Blinken told reporters travelling with him in Tel Aviv, Israel....moreMore

Taiwan Appoints Veteran Diplomat As New US De-Facto Ambassador

Alexander YuTAIPEI: Taiwan on Wednesday appointed a veteran diplomat as its new de facto ambassador to the United States, Taipei's highest-profile global posting despite a lack of formal diplomatic ties, after the previous ambassador quit to run for vice president. Hsiao Bi-khim, well-connected in Washington, resigned from the job as U.S. envoy this month to be the running mate for current Vice President Lai Ching-te in Taiwan's January 13 presidential election. President Tsai Ing-wen cannot run again after two terms in office....moreMore

DLF Golf League Season 2 Commences

GURGAON: After the grand success of DLF Golf League, the much-awaited DLF Golf League Season 2 commenced today (Monday) with great josh. Twelve teams, divided into two groups (Group A and Group B) of six each, are participating in the Season 2. The six teams of Group A are Golfism; The Legends, Golf Tigerz; Racconti Titans; Sultans of Swing; and Nova Mavericks. The six teams of Group B are Sol Golfers; Glenfiddich Antlers; DLF Eagles; Dirty Dozen; Goodfellas; and Golf Code....moreMore

India Must Take 'Canada's Allegations Seriously': Trudeau After US Case

OTTAWA: U.S. allegations that an Indian government official directed an unsuccessful plot to assassinate a Khalistani terrorist on U.S. soil underscores the need for India to take similar allegations by Canada seriously, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Wednesday. The U.S. Justice Department said earlier on Wednesday that a 52-year-old man worked with an Indian government employee, whose responsibilities included security and intelligence, on the plot to assassinate a New York City resident who advocated for a Sikh sovereign state in northern India....moreMore

India To Finalise Deal With Tesla To Import EVs, Set Up Plant Soon: Report

NEW DELHI: India is closing in on an agreement with Tesla Inc. that would allow the US automaker to ship its electric cars to the country from next year and set up a factory within two years, according to people familiar with the matter. An announcement could come at the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit in January, one of the people said, declining to be identified because the discussions are private. Gujarat, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu are under consideration because they already have well-established ecosystems for electric vehicles and exports, another person said....moreMore

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'Take It Very Seriously': US After Indian Charged In Alleged Murder Plot

WASHINGTON: The White House National Security Council spokesperson, John Kirby, stressed on Friday that the US continues to improve its strategic partnership with India. On the other side, he added that the US "takes this very seriously," referring to the indictment by the US Department of Justice against an Indian in an alleged foiled assassination plot....moreMore

India resumes e-visa services for Canadian nationals after 2-month pause

NEW DELHI: India has resumed e-visa services for Canadian nationals after a pause of almost two months, people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday. Issuing of visas was suspended on September 21 following turmoil in the relationship between the two countries after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made unsubstantiated allegations of a “potential” Indian link in the killing of pro-Khalistani figure Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Surrey, British Columbia....moreMore

Taiwan European Film Festival kicks off in Taipei

Tien Chung-kwangTAIPEI: The Taiwan European Film Festival got underway November 23 in Taipei City, underscoring the government’s dedication to deepening cultural links with friendly European nations. Speaking at the opening ceremony, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Tien Chung-kwang praised the richness of European culture, adding that it is highly admired by the people of Taiwan. The festival provides an opportunity for local residents to experience and better understand the continent’s multiculturalism, he said....moreMore

Henry Kissinger, US Diplomat Who Shaped Cold War Diplomacy, Dies At 100

WWASHINGTON: Henry Kissinger, a controversial Nobel Peace Prize winner and diplomatic powerhouse whose service under two presidents left an indelible mark on U.S. foreign policy, died on Wednesday, according to Kissinger Associates Inc. Kissinger died at his home in Connecticut, Kissinger Associates said. Kissinger had been active past his centenary, attending meetings in the White House, publishing a book on leadership styles, and testifying before a Senate committee about the nuclear threat posed by North Korea. In July 2023 he made a surprise visit to Beijing to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping....moreMore




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Mario Bellini Honoured With Lifetime Award At Salone del Mobile.Milano

Mario Bellini, a multifaceted and innovative Milanese designer, has been awarded a Special Lifetime Award during the Salone del Mobile.Milano. The life time award to Mario Bellini is celebration for one of Italy’s most versatile and iconic architects and designers.


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Just continue to help, sustain, wipe tears, listen attentively and carefully repair all the 'leaks' you find

A man was asked to paint a boat. He brought with him paint and brushes and began to paint the boat a bright red, as the owner asked him. While painting, he noticed that there was a small hole in the hull, and quietly repaired it.When finished painting, he received his money and left.

Walking 4,000 Steps A Day May Reduce Risk Of Early Death: Study

Of late, walking 10,000 steps per day has become a common fitness goal, but a new study shows 4,000 may be enough to stay fit and healthy.
The research, released in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, found that walking 2337 steps a day cut the risk of dying from cardiovascular disease in half and that walking at least 3967 steps a day started to lower the risk of dying from any cause.

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