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Formidable champ, forgotten legend

Formidable champ, forgotten legend

Canadian journalist Patrick Blennerhassett pays tribute to India’s greatest living Olympian hero Balbir Singh Sr, who lives a life of obscurity Imagine you’re the most...
Who’s On Top licensed by RCTI Indonesia

Who’s On Top licensed by RCTI Indonesia

Keshet International's (KI) original variety game show format, Who's on Top, was recently licensed by RCTI Indonesia. The local version of the show will...
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Bhangra beats & Bollywood dance join Brazilian carnival

Sao Paulo Indian music is truly going global. Bhangra music and Bollywood dance is going to become part of the Brazilian carnival this year. In Brazil,...

45’000 spectators, 9 races at Prix de Diane Longines

Chantilly (France) / St. Imier (Switzerland)– The Prix de Diane Longines, the world's top race for fillies, offered an amazing spectacular sporting rendezvous in...

War over, but peace and prosperity elude Tamils: Activist

Sri Lankan human rights lawyer Lakshan Dias talks to Alys Francis about why the nationalistic “Singhalese psyche” would take a long time to fade...

From tremors to torrents, aid workers in Nepal fear the worst

Emergency response teams say the monsoon will make the logistics of distributing aid more difficult as well as increase the risk of disease outbreak For...

South East Asia: The West Side Story

With the unique cultural landscapes of several developing countries being re-cast and repackaged into all-inclusive panoramic splendours for the convenience of ‘western’ tourists, Swetha...

Australian solar company lights up India’s slums

An Australian company lighting India's slums with solar energy is providing a solution to the problem of deadly air pollution in India's poorest areas,...

China to set up first yoga college

The first yoga college in China is to be set up at the Yunnan University of Nationalities, a media report said on Tuesday. The college...

Trinidad begins 170th Indian Arrival Day celebrations

The unique aspects of Indo-Trinidadian culture need to be branded and marketed to promote tourism and thereby achieve economic growth and development, said an...
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