'Free Amritpal': Khalistan supporters protest at Times Square in New York
The protesters, carrying placards reading 'Free Amritpal Singh', held up photos of Singh as they raised anti-India slogans. Singh's photo was also displayed on one of the billboards at Times Square.
India summons high commissioner of Canada over actions of separatist elements
The Indian govt reminded Canada of its obligations under the Vienna Convention and asked to arrest and prosecute the individuals who have already been identified as being involved in such acts.
Pro-Khalistani supporters abuse Indian journalist in Washington D.C.
The US correspondent of the PTI, Lalit K Jha, was covering the pro-Khalistan protest when he came under attack.
No schemes for us in budget: Garment units
We had also expected the creation of a garment-textile cluster zone comprising Erode, Tiruppur and Coimbatore, but again we were disappointed."
India summons UK envoy as Khalistanis pull down tricolour at Indian High Commission in London
A few Khalistani supporters on Sunday brought down the Indian flag at the Indian High Commission in London, drawing a sharp reactions from the Ministry of External Affairs in New Delhi.
Quentin Tarantino to direct his last film based on Pauline Kael
While a studio is yet to be attached to The Movie Critic, reports suggest that Sony, which also distributed Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, would be associated with the project.
Mysuru: Woman porter has fan following, showered with goodwill
There was reluctance from the public initially to engage her, sceptical about her ability to carry weight, Banu said.
Porters can’t charge ration shops: Andhra Pradesh High Court
Advocate P Hemachandra arguing for the Civil Supplies Corporation said the department is facing financial difficulties and has sought more funds from the government.
Budget: Cut in customs duty, cheers for seafood exporters in Odisha
With a coastline of 480 km, Odisha has vast fishery resources but only a fraction of it has been exploited so far. Shrimp is one of the biggest export earners for the state.
Garment sector hails Rs 900 crore for ATUF, but import duty still concern: TEA
The garment sector described the union budget as a mixed bag. Major exporters in Tiruppur welcomed the proposals whereas SMEs expressed disappointment.
Exporters seek support measures in Budget to boost shipments
They have also suggested certain tweaks in customs duties and the availability of credit at affordable rates to boost exports and create jobs.
IFFK: Honour for TNIE
Cultural Affairs Minister VN Vasavan presented the awards at the valedictory of the festival on Friday.
Chennai: AIADMK supporter dies as party's flagpole falls on him
The AIADMK flagpole which is about 100 feet tall is located near the National Highway near Madurantakam.
Bengaluru: Railway porter returns 100g of gold worth Rs 4.8 lakh
Mohammed Eizaz, a licensed porter (rail sahayak), found the box and handed it over to the Deputy Station Manager, said an official release.
Guest lecturer in Odisha moonlights as porter for education of poor kids
As the day begins Patro attends a private college as guest faculty, later in the day he attends classes at a coaching centre run by him for poor students for free. At night he moonlights as porter.
Tamil Nadu: Garment exporters want credit refinancing extended
The RBI must extend the export refinance scheme to banks to augment export credit, says Tiruppur Exporters Association president KM Subramanian.
85-year-old DMK camp follower self-immolates in TN's Salem protesting 'Hindi imposition'
Chief Minister M K Stalin condoled the death. Stalin said he is pained by the death of the former party functionary.
Anti-Sterlite protesters demand reconveyance of land, threaten 100-day protest in Tamil Nadu
Activist Gandhi Mallar, president of the party, said the 100-day-protest will begin on January 1, 2023, at A Kummareddiapuram village, where the agitation began in 2018.
Right-wing activist Bhide refuses to talk to female journalist as she wasn't wearing 'bindi'
Bhide told the journalist that a woman is akin to Bharat Mata and that she should not appear like a "widow" by not sporting a 'bindi.
FM Nirmala Sitharaman asks States to lessen logistics burden on exporters
She took a dig at the Indian economic service and Indian trade service officers for doing only a "copy-paste" job.
Kalakshetra students protest demanding action against teacher accused of sexual harassment
CBI arrests Safdarjung Hospital neurosurgeon Manish Rawat on corruption charges
Karnataka polls: 'Talks are on', says Yediyurappa on son Vijayendra taking on Siddaramaiah in Varuna
‘Don’t know how it happened’: BJP MLA caught watching porn in Tripura Assembly, party seeks clarification
Philippine ferry fire kills 31 people; at least 7 missing
13 dead as roof of Indore temple stepwell caves in, operations underway to rescue others