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India’s COVID vaccination drive begins in Delhi

  With the world's biggest vaccination drive slated to roll out across India from January 16, the Delhi government has announced that it has made...

Punjab farmer turns truck into home at Singhu border

  As the face-off between the farmers and government over new farm laws await a breakthrough, the onslaught of biting cold wave accompanied by thunderstorms...

Gandhi’s Delhi: where to discover more about Gandhiji in the capital

When someone asks which site in India’s capital Delhi generally ranks at the top of the itinerary of any visiting heads of the state...

COVID: Hearse van driver hasn’t met family in 6 months

 "Father, have you forgotten us?": This innocent question by a hearse driver's daughter brought tears to the father's eyes. In response to this question for...

The woman behind the Nirbhaya movement

A little over seven years ago, after a 23 year old was brutally raped in a moving bus in the national capital leading to...

Bold act: Young women cab-drivers challenge stereotypes on Delhi roads

On Indian roads, where women's safety remains a burning concern, few women dare to take driving as a profession. Though women-run pink cabs by...

PMO to find permanent solution for Delhi's air pollution

The Prime Minister's Office (PMO) said on Monday that a permanent long term solution will be found for the issue of air pollution in...

The greening of Delhi’s Gurdwara Bangla Sahib

Gurdwara Bangla Sahib has decided to ban use of all types of plastics in the shrine complex to commemorate 550th birth anniversary of Guru...

Australia Day Awards 2021: The late Dr Amarjit Singh More, OAM

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  As a proud Sikh and a proud Australian, Dr Amarjit Singh More was deeply passionate about both identities, serving both communities with unwavering commitment. "Our...

WATCH: Aussies try to guess Indian slang

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  Many new migrants have had to quickly learn the local lingo upon arriving in Australia, picking up the ie's and the o's as part...

Kamala Harris breaks glass ceiling after three women failed

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  Three women tried unsuccessfully to break the glass ceiling to reach the top positions of the US, one as president and two as vice...

Natarajan: From the dusty fields in Salem to Gabba high

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  Pace bowler T Natarajan had all odds stacked against him growing up. His family, led by a father who toiled for daily wages and...

India’s Buddhist Kung Fu nuns

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Buddhist Kung Fu nuns kicking hard at centuries-old taboos
  They are the Buddhist Kung Fu nuns of Drukpa lineage, known globally for trekking across the Himalayas to pick up trash, paddling through mountain...
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