Tibetans Divided Over Voting in Himachal Pradesh Assembly Elections
About 1,000 Tibetans have registered themselves as voters ahead of the Assembly elections in Himachal Pradesh, according to the Election Commission.
New UK Visa Center Opens in Bengaluru
India has always been an important partner for us, British Immigration Minister Brandon Lewis said while inaugurating the center.
UK MP Priti Patel Issues Apology Over Israel Visit
Patel was accused of breach of ministerial code of conduct after meeting many foreign officials during her personal holiday to Israel.
Princeton, Microsoft File Lawsuit Against Trump’s DACA Decision
The lawsuit by Princeton University says that DACA’s termination violates both the United States Constitution and federal law.
Racist Pamphlet Targets Asian School Board Candidates in New Jersey
An anonymous pamphlet in Edison, New Jersey, called for keeping “outsiders” away from the town.
UK Charity Commission to Probe Temple Council for Inviting Hindu Hardliner
United Kingdom’s Charity Commission has opened a compliance case against the National Council of Hindu Temples, UK, (NCHTUK) for...
UK MP Priti Patel Caught in Controversy Over Meetings with Israeli Leaders
Priti Patel, who was accused of withholding information about her meetings with Israeli leaders, said Boris Johnson was aware of her visit.
Jinnah’s Daughter Dina Wadia Dies at 98
Dina Wadia was the only child of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Pakistan’s founding father, and mother of Indian businessman Nusli Wadia.
Senate Unanimously Picks Kenneth Juster as U.S. Ambassador to India
Kenneth Juster had laid the foundation for the India US civil nuclear agreement.
India to Bring Back Remains Of WWI Soldiers From France
The bodies of two unidentified soldiers of Garhwal Rifles were found about 70 km from Dunkirk last year.