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Flipkart, Amazon file legal challenges against anti-trust probe resumption in India

Shubham Ghosh IN THE middle of the Indian government’s tussle with social media giant Twitter, Walmart Inc’s Flipkart and Amazon.com Inc have filed legal challenges...

Leading spiritual leader Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati memoir to be released soon

India Weekly Staff ONE OF India’s leading spiritual leaders describes her journey to enlightenment in her soon to be published memoir, Hollywood to the Himalayas. Sadhvi...

Cattle smuggling to Bangladesh completely halted from south Bengal front: India

By Chandrashekar Bhat CATTLE have not been smuggled from West Bengal in India across the border, to Bangladesh, this year - a first since India's...

Ghaziabad assault case: Samajwadi Party worker booked over ‘communal’ video, FIR says Facebook didn’t...

Shubham Ghosh THE CLAIM that an elderly Muslim man in Ghaziabad was recently attacked by Hindu men in Ghaziabad in the North Indian state of...

No VIP security cover for Mukul Roy, son

THE Indian government has removed the Z-category VIP security cover of West Bengal politician and MLA Mukul Roy. Last week, Roy, 67, re-joined West Bengal chief...

Sri Lanka gets £83m line of credit from India for solar energy projects

SRI LANKA received a $100 million (£83m) line of credit (LOC) from India on Wednesday (16) for solar energy projects. An agreement signed between the Sri Lankan...

Indian agency arrests ex-Mumbai ‘encounter specialist’ Pradeep Sharma in Mukesh Ambani security scare-Hiren murder...

Shubham Ghosh INDIA'S National Investigation Agency on Thursday (17) arrested former “encounter specialist” police officer and Shiv Sena leader Pradeep Sharma in Mumbai for his...

Indian NGOs among charities to receive aid from billionaire Mackenzie Scott

COMMUNITY organisations in India helping underprivileged people are among projects that have received money from MacKenzie Scott, one of the world's wealthiest women. Scott, who...

India scientists didn’t back Narendra Modi government move to widen gap between vaccine doses:...

Shubham Ghosh AS the Narendra Modi government in India engaged with the Opposition over the widened gap between two doses of the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine...

More than 130 Indian peacekeepers in South Sudan awarded UN medals

Nearly 135 Indian peacekeepers deployed with the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) have been conferred the UN medals for “outstanding performance”. India...