Thai king completes coronation year with barge procession through old Bangkok
King Vajiralongkorn, also known as King Rama X, was formally crowned in May, during three days of ceremonies filled with ancient Brahmin and Buddhist rituals, but the barge procession marks the monarch’s last journey in his ascent to the throne.
Manipur will be brought under Inner Line Permit regime: Home Minister
The linguistic, cultural and social identity of the people of the North...
Include Muslim sects facing persecution in citizenship bill: SAD
SAD president Sukhbir Singh Badal said his party supports the bill as it wil...
We expected some protests while tabling citizenship amendment bill: Himanta Biswa Sarma
Assam government has asked the headmasters in school to ensure that students do not participate in protest programme during the school hours and school uniform. The present protest against CAB is led by student organisations.
Asus ZenBook Pro Duo review: Quirky mini display feature may grow on you
The regular and mini screens help you multitask in this power-packed, but pricey laptop.
'Terminator' Rajapaksa storms to victory in Sri Lanka election
The retired lieutenant colonel, nicknamed the "Terminator" by his own family, won 53-54 percent of the vote, his spokesman told AFP as Rajapaksa's main rival Sajith Premadasa of the ruling party conceded the race. "It is a clear win. We envisaged it. We are very happy that Gota will be the next president," spokesman Keheliya Rambukwella said.
Sri Lanka votes in eighth presidential election
A total of 15,992,096 Sri Lankans are eligible to cast their ballots in a contest that will witness a battle between a record 35 candidates. This is the highest number of contenders since the first presidential election which was held in 1982, and up from 18 candidates who contested the last one in 2015.
View: City-zens must put their money where their carping mouth is
With polls right around the corner, the infrastructure of cities is coming into the limelight, from Delhi to Mumbai and a Modi-less Ahmedabad, India's cities are not in great shape. Urban India needs to own the cliche ‘Be the change you want to see’.
India’s Buddhism card in China’s neighbourhood
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Khaltmaagiin Battulga, President of Mongolia, jointly unveiled through remote a statue of Lord Buddha and his two disciples.
US hits out at China over the Dalai Lama, praises India
Alice G. Wells, Acting Assistant Secretary of State, Bureau of South and Central Asia, in tweets said that IRF Ambassador's meeting with His Holiness in Dharamsala emphasizes enduring U.S. support for the Tibetan people. India has greatly supported Tibetan religious freedom, and that the U.S. stands in deep admiration of India's extraordinary generosity.
ASUS ZenBook Pro Duo makes a grand arrival in India at Rs 2,09,990
The tech company also unveiled Zenbook Duo starting at Rs 89,990.
AP CM announces committee to safeguard indigenous people's rights
The Chief Minister said the committee will bring together all the community-based organisations, civil societies and the Students Union of the state for consultation on the Citizenship Amendment Bill.
Mamallapuram as venue may boost India’s Act East Policy
Chinese President Xi Jinping had once served as governor of Fujian. Xi’s October 11-12 visit would be his third trip to India since 2014 as President.
View: Why many among the Sangh Parivar still love to hate Mahatma Gandhi
Fifty-six years after the recalibration, much of the Sangh Parivar now accepts Gandhi but there are still many who love to hate the Mahatma.
Mizoram NGO withdraws protest, to sit for discussion with union home minister Amit Shah
NGO co-ordination committee in Mizoram had asked the people to wear black shawls to register their protest against the Citizenship Amendment bill.
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