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Controversy over Abe's State Funeral

The impact of Abe Shinzo's towering personality is such that even in death, he remains a polarising figure, explains Dr Rajaram Panda. IMAGE: People protest outside Japan's parliament building in......

Raj strikes back! Suella Braverman leads Indian-origin contenders for UK PM post

Even before Boris Johnson stepped out of 10 Downing Street on Thursday to deliver his resignation speech as Conservative Party leader and triggering a leadership race for a new British prime......

What To Expect from Modi-Kishida Summit

China, the Ukraine crisis and Quad will dominate the discussions, observes Dr Rajaram Panda. IMAGE: Japan Prime Minister Fumio Kishida addresses the media in Tokyo. Photograph: Yoshikazu......

India building naval base on Mauritian island: Report

India is believed to be building a naval facility on the remote Mauritian island of Agalega in the south-western Indian Ocean, a leading Arab media organisation claimed on Tuesday, citing satellite......

UN chief, 36 UK lawmakers express support for farmers' protest

The spokesperson for United Nations chief Antonio Guterres and a group of 36 cross-party United Kingdom parliamentarians have come out in support of the agitating Indian farmers, saying people have......

Tasks Cut Out For New Commerce Secretary

The government is targeting export of goods and services worth $2 trillion by 2030. IMAGE: Sunil Barthwal, then secretary, ministry of labour and employment, right, as Labour Minister Bhupender......

Double taxation relief for Indian IT cos in Australia

In a major relief to Indian information technology (IT) companies operating in Australia, Canberra has agreed to amend its domestic laws to stop taxing offshore income of such Indian companies, as......

Covid-19 gives India's private airlines a chance to go international

Over 600 slots at three major airports - Heathrow, Dubai and New York’s JFK International - could be at stake. SpiceJet and Vistara recently started flights to London after bagging slots at......

Opposition's 'people's agenda' to take on Modi

Some of the key proposals of the agenda relate to transforming the banking sector, addressing agrarian distress, countering hate crimes and discrimination, and spurring employment generation.Archis......

Sensex ends 130 points lower, Nifty below 9,150; IT stocks drag

BSE Midcap and BSE Smallcap outperformed the frontline indices to gain 0.2% and 0.3% Snapping the three-session long gaining spree, the benchmark indices settled the day lower tracking muted trend......

Shibani-Farhan's Date in Sydney

Bollywood stars love travelling. Here's where they're off to these days. Photograph: Kind courtesy Farhan Akhtar/Instagram Farhan Akhtar and Shibani Dandekar are living it up in......

PIX: Divyanka Tripathi's Awesome Australian holiday!

Celebs go for the loveliest holidays -- exotic locations with a lot of adventure thrown in. So we decided to document their travels with a special series. Shilpa Shetty had a lovely holiday in......

No vaccine, no French Open for Djokovic, says French Sports ministry

IMAGE: Novak Djokovic, who has not been vaccinated against COVID-19, was deported from Australia on Sunday before the first Grand Slam tournament of the year after losing a court case to have the......

In detention, Djokovic gets gluten-free food, laptop

IMAGE: A supporter of Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic holds up a sign outside the Park Hotel, where the star athlete is believed to be held while he stays in Australia, in Melbourne.......

Djokovic fights to play Australian Open, Czech player also held

'Mr. Djokovic is not being held captive in Australia, he is free to leave at any time that he chooses to do so.' IMAGE: Novak Djokovic has not revealed the grounds for the exemption and has......

Djokovic family claim Novak kept in captivity in Australia

'This has nothing to do with sports, this is a political agenda. Novak is the best player and the best athlete in the world, but several hundred million people from the West can't stomach that.'......

Japan's PM laments taking heat for hosting Olympics despite COVID-19

IMAGE: Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has staked his political reputation on going ahead with the Olympics which he has said will bring joy to the world and be safely conducted within a......

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