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  • Polio in India
    World Polio Day 2014 is October 24
    Rotary marks World Polio Day 2014 (October 24) with $44.7 million in grants to fight polio in Africa, Asia and the Middle East.Polio still threatens children today, robbing them of their mobility and more. There is no cure, but polio is completely...
  • Tamarind of London wishes everyone a Happy Diwali Festival
    Diwali Feast brings a New Year and Light time to feast at Tamarind of London
    Today, Tuesday, October, 22, marks the first day of the Indian Diwali Festival. This is the Indian version of New Years, with the five-day celebration centered around the Diwali Feast. Tamarind of London, the upscale Indian restaurant in Newport...
  • Travel to India
    Estimating Travel Costs to India
    It would seem that money is what makes every thing tick. Without it, you can't do a lot of things, like travel overseas. If you have plans to travel to India, make sure that you have enough money to finance your travel expenses. Travel to...
  • Hundreds of millions in rural India still shun the use of toilets
    Hundreds of millions in rural India still shun the use of toilets
    According to a new study led by Prof. Thomas Clasen of Emory University in Atlanta, constructing more toilets in rural India (where as many as 640 million people still defecate outdoors) would not be enough to improve public heath. Despite the...
  • India
    Suresh Kumar castrated by angry mob in India for alleged sex crime
    Suresh Kumar, a 40-year-old man in the city of Ganganagar, India, was accused of attempting to rape a teenage girl. He is now in critical condition after a local lynch mob attempted to take justice into their own hands. According to the Friday...
  • Pakistan and India
    Pakistan-India relations; call for restraint
    Nine civilians were killed and at least twenty five wounded on Monday in fighting along a stretch of the disputed border between India and Pakistan in the Kashmir region. Pakistan Army's Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) statement issued...
  • Dog rescued in hot tar, a 4-hour ordeal: Lifeless puppy was encased head to paw
    Dog rescued hot tar video: 4-hr ordeal to move tar-crusted dog fused to ground
    The dog that was encased in tar and stuck to the ground at a construction site was at death's door when rescuers arrived. Saving the little fellow was no easy feat, but it was successful!“Tar Baby” is the new name given to this 5...
  • Dog rescued from tar, yes this is a dog and he is alive thanks to rescuers who took a week to get the tar off of him.
    Dog rescued in hot tar, a 4-hour ordeal: Lifeless puppy was encased head to paw
    A dog walking around a construction site fell into hot tar, which was spilled during the work going on. The dog was hardened in the tar and stuck to the ground unable to move. It was a passerby who saw the dog’s futile situation and called...
  •  Prime Minister of the Republic of India Narendra Modi
    Obama slights fasting Indian Prime Minister Modi by inviting him to dinner
    The White House scrambled to explain a diplomatic slight against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, according to a Monday story in the Washington Free Beacon. Prime Minister Modi is visiting the United States and President Obama duly invited him...
  • India Mars Orbiter
    Indian Spacecraft Enters Mars Orbit
    India's Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) spacecraft successfully maneuvered itself into orbit around the Red Planet on Tuesday .This event marked the first time a country other than the two original space powers, the United States and Russia, or the...
  • Mars from the Hubble Space Telescope
    China is keen to send its own mission to Mars in the wake of India's Mangalyaan
    The recent arrival into Mars orbit of both NASA’s MAVEN and India’s Mangalyaan Mars Orbiter Mission has not escaped the notice of China, according to a Thursday story in Xinhua. The achievement of its Asian rival has especially proven...
  • Mars from the Hubble space telescope
    India successfully places Mangalyaan space probe into orbit around Mars
    Space.com reported that India’s Mangalyaan Mars Orbiter Mission probe successfully entered Mars orbit on late Tuesday. The craft executed a 24 minute burn that ended its 10-month voyage and placed it in an elliptical orbit around the Red...
  • Which cosmetics brands want to keep animal testing in India?
    Which cosmetics brands want to keep animal testing in India?
    As of May 21, 2014 the country of India banned animal testing in cosmetics from within the country. Currently there is a pending ban on the importing of cosmetics that have undergone animal testing. This is great news for animals including rabbits...
  • Three reasons why Google’s Android One may conquer the world
    Three reasons why Google’s Android One may conquer the world
    Just a short time ago, in the early morning hours of September 15, 2014, CNET reported that Google has launched its Android One product line in New Delhi, India, consisting of three new phones for under $100. In fact, some of the phones can even...
  • Chinese president Xi Jinping may raise Tibet issue with India
    Chinese president Xi Jinping may raise Tibet issue with India
    There has been a tense situation between China and India for decades over the Tibet issue ever since His Holiness the Dalai fled China and settled in Dharamshala, India. According to a Tibet Sun report on Aug. 30, 2014 Chinese president Xi Jinping...