Pilots at the helm of colourful Indian choppers are set to take to the skies tomorrow (January 21) for their debut aerobatic performance in Bahrain. Indian Air Force’s (IAF) Sarang Helicopter Display team, which is one of only six choppe
A new mobile phone application that allows Indian expats in distress to contact their embassy and social workers has been launched in the GCC. The free app is called MigCall, an abbreviation of the words “migrant” and “call,&
A gold medal-winning Indian shooter was among 10 people killed in an audacious pre-dawn assault on an air force base, officials said on Sunday as troops worked to clear the compound near India's border with Pakistan after a 15-hour gunbattle
Sharjah Airport International Free Zone (SAIF Zone) has embarked on a major Indian road show spanning four key cities as part of its campaign to promote the key facilities in the free zone.
The SAIF Zone organised special seminars
GEMS Education, a leading education provider has opened the GEMS United Indian School in Abu Dhabi.
The new CBSE school is now taking registrations for students from KG1 to grade 10 for the 2016-2017 acad
Penniless Indian ex-convicts, who have served their prison time in Bahrain but are yet to be deported, will now be given special carry-home kits under a new initiative. The aim is to restore dignity and bring a little light to the lives of des
Kapci, an Egyptian paints and coatings manufacturer, has invested $12.5 million on a new factory in India, which will begin operations within the second half of next year, according to a report.
The 50,000-m fa
Indians have become the biggest overseas property investors in Dubai, UAE, spending more than Rs30,000 crore ($4.59 billion) last year alone, said a report.
This is more than a quarter of the total of around Rs1 lakh crore ($15.3
A deaf-mute Indian girl stranded in Pakistan for 13 years after wandering over one of the world's most militarised borders arrived home on Monday to be reunited with the family she has identified from photographs.
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India's foreign ministry called on Saudi Arabia on Friday to ensure swift justice after a Saudi Arabian employer was accused of chopping off the arm of an Indian housemaid working in Riyadh.
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