Wealthy Indians from London and Dubai target the premium luxury markets in the Alps: Report
This index tracks the price of a four-bedroom chalet in a central location across key resorts in ski destinations in the French Alps and Swiss Alps.
Kashmir sapphires, Burmese rubies, Colombian emeralds: Transformable jewels to star in Christie’s Nov 12 auction
The jewels, which were on vi...
Coronavirus alert: Airport authorities asked to step up vigil on travellers
There are 1,200 Indian medical students studying in Wuhan, the ep...
Patek Philippe timepiece, with 2 dials & 20 functions, fetches $31 mn at Christie's
The watch beat the previous record, set by a Daytona Rolex that once belonged to Paul Newman.
Pakistan not doing much to stop terror financing, says British researcher
As Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has asked Pakistan to take stern action against fund flows to terrorists to be out of Grey List, a Bri...
Afghan civil society groups target Pakistan Army at UNHRC session in Geneva
Addressing the 42nd session of UNHRC, Bilal Sarway called the Afghan insurgent group Haqqani Network as the "veritable arm" of Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence.
India calls out Pakistan human rights record at Geneva meet
"It defies credibility that Pakistan, which is the epicentre of global terrorism is claiming to speak on behalf of unnamed countries on the issue of human rights."
Patek Philippe's first-ever minute repeating wristwatch to go under the hammer at Christie's
Made in 1953 and sold in April 1957 to Patek Philippe's distinguished retailer Gobbi in Milan.
Gandhians, social activists to take out year-long march from Delhi to Geneva
The one-year march will be led by social worker P V Rajagopal, Gandhian scholar and Canadian leader Jill Carr-Harris and Dalit and tribal rights activist Ramesh Sharma
Geneva: Pakistan FM Shah Mehmood Qureshi refers to Jammu and Kashmir as 'Indian state'
Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Tuesday referred to Jammu and Kashmir as an "Indian state" following his speech at the Uni...
India initiates probe into alleged dumping of newsprint from 5 countries
India has started a probe into alleged dumping of newsprint, used in printing of newspapers, from five countries, including Australia and Canada, following a complaint by an industry association.
Pakistan foreign minister questions agenda of TV anchor over Kashmir issue
During a recent talk show on Pakistan TV channel Express News, Qureshi was asked the question as he had repeatedly endorsed Khan's statement that 58 countries had supported Islamabad on the Kashmir issue.
Balochistan, PoK activists protest Pakistan atrocities
The ‘Stop Baloch Genocide’ poster campaign, organised by the Baloch Human Rights Council at the Broken Chair monument area in Geneva, coincides with the 42nd session of the UNHRC.
India briefs UN Human Rights High Commissioner Bachelet on measures taken to normalise life in J&K
The briefing is seen as a pre-emptive step to blunt Pakistan’s attempts to have an urgent debate or presidential statement in the UNHRC on the Kashmir issue and to counter Pakistan’s narrative.
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