PM Modi seeing plans for Hindu temple in Abu Dhabi

BAPS to build first stone temple in the Middle East

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Republic Day

India's 69th Republic Day

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Best Wishes for 2018

HMB Review of the Year

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Meet the Six Indian Women

In Forbes Top 100 Most Powerful Women List

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Beyond Remembrance

Never to be forgotten - The Marigold

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NHS to hire Nurses from India and Philippines

5,500 Nurses to help plug the chronic shortages 

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The people and stories that made news

The first stone temple to be built in the Middle East

Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi inaugurated the foundation stone-laying ceremony for the first Hindu temple to be built in Abu Dhabi, the capital of United Arab Emirates (UAE). Currently, UAE has only one temple for Hindu worshippers, and that is based in Dubai. 

Public Life

  • Cabinet Reshuffle Cabinet Reshuffle

    Prime Minister Theresa May’s Cabinet reshuffle has resulted in some notable Indian origin individuals. Newcomers include Rishi Sunak. Shailesh Vara comes back to the Cabinet and Alok Sharma continues his ministerial life. Goan Seulla Fernandes gets her first Ministerial break.

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  • Rohingya Hindus 'Rohingya Hindus'

    The news headlines have been covering the plight of the Rohingya Muslims – thousands have lost their lives and homes in what is ethnic cleansing by the authorities. Amidst the brutality there is another minority – the Rohingya Hindus – who have also been suffering and the world has failed to hear their cries of help.

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  • Mahatma Gandhi in Colour 'Mahatma Gandhi in Colour'

    To mark the 70th anniversary of the death of Mahatma Gandhi, old black and white photographs of the great leader has been transformed into colour. Mahatma Gandhi was one of the most influential figures of the 20th century and whose methods were followed ...

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Golden Tours Foundation

  • Hope for the future generations Hope for the future generations

    The Golden Tours Foundation is a charitable organization offering life-changing opportunities for young people to help fulfil their aspirations. The Foundation’s ethos is to secure opportunities for the future generations by working for and with them. 

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  • Commemorating Indian Soldiers 'Commemorating Indian Soldiers '

    The Indian contribution during World War 1 was considerable, but much of the story is missing from the public domain. India provided the largest voluntary force ever assembled in history with around 1.5 million recruits of which around 70,000 lost their lives. 

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  • WW1 Indian soldiers laid to rest 'WW1 Indian soldiers laid to rest'

    More than a year ago an excavation in Richebourg village, 143 miles from Paris led to two human remains from WW1 being discovered. On subsequent analysis, the remains were identified as casualties of an Indian regiment of the 39th Royal Garhwal Rifles. 

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