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The first feature by co-writer/director Raj Amit Kumar begins by throwing the viewer into a seemingly random series of events, set in India and in the United States—Delhi and New York City to be specific. Kumar’s a pretty busy (I presume...Show More Summary

Mobile wallets from 'Mode'

In Think Business Africa: Amidst the hustle and bustle of New Delhi, India, a man has just been loaned Rs 1,886 ($30) over his mobile phone to settle his electricity bill. Elsewhere, in Nigeria’s commercial city of Lagos, a woman has also received a soft loan of N 5,989 ($30) over her phone to visit the salon. Show More Summary

New Delhi Airport Radiation Leak Poses No Risk to Passengers - Operator

Passengers face no risk from Friday's leak of radioactive material in New Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport, an official with the airport's operator said Friday.

Five more victims' remains found at Nepal crash site of U.S. helicopter

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Authorities have found DNA evidence that five more people may have been on board a U.S. military helicopter that crashed during a humanitarian relief mission after the Nepal earthquake, a U.S. military spokesman said.

Leak of radioactive material at India's Delhi airport

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - There was a leak of radioactive material on Friday on board a Turkish Airlines freight plane at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport, government and airport officials said, adding it had been contained.

Radioactive Leak Detected in New Delhi Airport

A radioactive material from Turkey was found in New Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport.

This Indian City Developed A Heat Action Plan To Protect Vulnerable Citizens Amid Brutal Temperatures

By Nita Bhalla NEW DELHI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Hundreds of deaths caused by an extreme heat wave in India could have been prevented if authorities followed the example set by Ahmedabad which introduced measures such as cooling...Show More Summary

Iconic motorbike maker Enfield eyes new markets to rev up growth

By Aditi Shah NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Iconic motorbike maker Royal Enfield, owned by India's Eicher Motors, is planning to push into Latin America and Southeast Asian markets to boost profits, CEO Siddhartha Lal told Reuters on Thursday. Show More Summary

Indian city offers way to beat the heat as 1,300 killed in heatwave

NEW DELHI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Hundreds of deaths caused by an extreme heat wave in India could have been prevented if authorities followed the example set by Ahmedabad which introduced measures such as cooling spaces to protect citizens from the rising mercury, climate experts said.

People’s War in India Clippings 28/5/2015

Area domination passe, forces to mount intel-backed ops to counter Naxals NEW DELHI: Widespread combing operations and troop-intensive area domination are out and intelligence-based operations in, according to the new tactical policy being adopted by security forces to counter Maoist guerillas. Having suffered several reverses in the past six months while conducting area [...]

Dalai Lama Urges Myanmar Pro-Democracy Icon Aung San Suu Kyi To Speak Out For Rohingya Muslims

NEW DELHI (AP) - The Dalai Lama has urged Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar's pro-democracy icon and a fellow Nobel Peace Prize laureate, to speak out to protect her country's persecuted Rohingya Muslims amid a human trafficking crisis, a newspaper...Show More Summary

India's Modi to perform yoga at mass public event

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will perform yoga at a public event next month, part of his international drive to increase participation in the ancient Indian discipline.Modi will practice physical poses and...Show More Summary

Leave cancelled for India's doctors as heat wave kills 1,300

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - A heat wave in India has killed at least 1,371 people this week as temperatures soar above 47 Celsius (116.6 Fahrenheit), and doctors' leave has been cancelled to help cope with the sick.

Ex Christie's International Director of Asian Art, Hugo Weihe, joins Saffronart as CEO

2 days agoArts : Artdaily

Hugo Weihe, former International Director of Asian Art at Christie?s, joins Saffronart as its Chief Executive Officer from July 1, 2015. Weihe will oversee Saffronart?s presence in Mumbai, New Delhi, New York and London in building a market for Indian art and antiquities globally. Show More Summary

Christians In India Continue To Live In Fear, Despite Modi's Promises Of Equality

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

NEW DELHI (RNS) Each day, children on their way to Mount Carmel School pass through gates under the watch of armed security guards, and now city police officers who stop there on government orders after a nearby Catholic convent andShow More Summary

Doctors' Leave Canceled as Heat Wave Kills 1,100 in India

(New Delhi) - A heat wave in India has killed more than 1,100 people this week as temperatures soar above 47 Celsius (116.6 Fahrenheit), and doctors' leave has been cancelled to help cope with the sick. May and June are India's hottest months, with temperatures regularly pushing above 40 Celsius. Show More Summary

Germany lobbies India to buy Eurofighters, submarines

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Germany's defense minister held out the prospect of more talks on a possible sale of Eurofighter jets to India and, on a visit to New Delhi, said on Wednesday Berlin stood ready to back a multi-billion-dollar Indian submarine project.

Breather for Greenpeace in battle with Indian government

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - An Indian court on Wednesday allowed Greenpeace to gather domestic donations in two accounts frozen by the government, extending a lifeline to the environmental group that says it is facing the first forced shutdown of one of its global units.

Resistance to antibiotics poses global health risk

The World Health Organization has adopted a plan to combat a resistance to antibiotics. CBS News correspondent Seth Doane went to New Delhi, India where the issue is so severe, doctors worry they'll soon struggle to fight infections...

Here's a Report Card on Modi's First Year in Office

NEW DELHI -- India's Bharatiya Janata Party government, led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, marks its first anniversary in office this month. While it is too early to assess its overall performance, the overwhelming sentiment across...Show More Summary

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