The UN International Day of Peace celebrations heard an appeal from the International Mahavira Jain Mission for nonviolence towards all living beings as a way of promoting world peace.
Two leaders of India's ruling BJP Friday met Sri Lankan Foreign Minister G.L. Peiris and urged that political dialogue be resumed between the island nation's government and Tamil National Alliance leaders on various issues confronting the Tamil diaspora there.
An Indian man and his daughter were killed in a road accident in Oman Friday, while the man's wife was found dead hours later in an apartment, a media report said.
A man in the US's Queens Village here has got into a nasty practice which may literally leave any neighbour disgusted. He has pasted pornographic photos in his house's front windows so that the family next door can't avoid seeing them.
An Indian diplomat's daughter who was suspended, arrested and forced to spend a day in jail during her senior year in February 2011 on cyber-bullying charges, has won a $225,000 settlement from New York City.
Persons of Pakistani-origin emerged as prominent winners at the 2014 Asian Achievers Awards in Britain Friday while Sir Tejinder Singh Virjee, a professor of physics at Imperial College, London, headed the list of Indian-origin recipients.
With more Indian companies showing interest in opening or expanding their business in the US, the Indian investment there is picking up further momentum, said a top American official.
A Indian-origin woman in Britain died after falling from a motorway bridge following weeks of harassment by her stalker ex-boyfriend and seeing him on a night out, an inquest was told Thursday.
India's concerns over border incursions by Chinese troops remained at the forefront of talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping Thursday even as the two nations charted a new chapter in economic ties with Beijing announcing $20 billion investment over the next five years.
An Indian technician has been charged with leaking examination papers to a university student in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), a media report said Thursday.