India opens its door to Saudi Arabian students

NEW DELHI: Agreements between Saudi Arabia and India would allow Saudi students to study in Indian technical institutes at the post-graduate and doctorate levels. The two countries have signed off together on terrorism, with a…

Indian lensman sues New York Police

New York, Jan. 25 (PTI): Noted Indian photographer, Ram Rahman, has filed a lawsuit against the New York City Police Department and his landlord, Marco Pasanella, here alleging "wrongful arrest" and a claim for punitive…

Aljazeera plans Urdu channel

Aljazeera plans Urdu channel <!--Saturday, January 28, 2006--> DOHA: The Aljazeera Channel will soon launch a new satellite TV channel, Aljazeera Urdu, targeting 110 million Urdu-speaking population globally. “Initially we are targeting Pakistan, and then…

Taxi driver attacks unacceptable – police

UK Leyland Today: Two Asian taxi drivers were subjected to abuse and had their vehicles damaged as they worked. Police are appealing for witnesses following the two racist incidents in Bamber Bridge. The first incident…

Missing Mohammed Faisal, Still a misery

Emirates Evening Post, Dubai, Jan 25: Family of Mohammed Faisal who went missing on January 2 from Dubai Hotel under mysterious circumstances is anxious about his well-being and safety. The Dubai police have launched a…

New York police harass Indians

Maya Mirchandani, Wednesday, January 25, 2006 (New York): Indian photographer Ram Rehman has filed a harassment case against New York police after his house was searched. Barely 10 days ago New York Civil Liberties Union…

Philippine police rescue abducted Indian

Philippine police rescued an Indian businessman on Tuesday after a raid and gunfight at a house east of Manila that left one suspected abductor dead. Gunmen had seized moneylender Karnail Singh Chahal on Monday near his…