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The Most Eligible Princes in the World

December 7, 2017

Prince Harry is officially off the market, as HRH is set to marry Meghan Markle in May 2018. There's no need to weep over such a joyous occasion. Below, seven reasons you should book your next trip to United Arab Emirates or Brunei.

1. Crown Prince Hamdan of Dubai, 35

Quake reveals day of Jesus’ crucifixion, researchers believe

May 26, 2012

Geologists say Jesus, as described in the New Testament, was most likely crucified on Friday, April 3, in the year 33.

An 1849 Currier & Ives lithograph shows the tumult surrounding Jesus' crucifixion. Geologists say the historical event may have taken place April 3 in the year 33, based on an analysis of seismic records.

Bollywood Singer Sonu Nigam’s “Klose to my heart” concert mesmerizes the...

September 5, 2012

By Geeta Goindi

Fairfax, VA – The Patriot Center was packed on Friday night (August 31), to hear Bollywood’s reining male playback singer Sonu Nigam, perform in a concert that was surely close to everyone’s heart.

21-Year-Old Kashmiri Pilot Could Become First Indian Girl To Fly MIG-29

April 4, 2017

Jammu: Ayesha Aziz of Kashmir realised her dream of becoming a pilot when she got her commercial licence last week. Now, the 21-year-old plans to fly a MIG-29 fighter jet at Russia's Sokul airbase. If she succeeds, she will become the youngest Indian girl to pilot the aircraft beyond the speed of sound.

Australia wants India in NSG, says Australian high commissioner

July 30, 2016

Australian high commissioner to India, Harinder Sidhu, pitched for the civil-nuclear cooperation between the two countries, reiterating her country’s support to India for a seat in the nuclear suppliers group (NSG).

German Chancellor Merkel warns US, Britain no longer reliable partners

May 28, 2017

Europe "must take its fate into its own hands" faced with a western alliance divided by Brexit and Donald Trump's presidency, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Sunday.

Rahat Fateh Ali Khan’s Washington Concert: A Sell-Out Success

May 10, 2012

Special By Geeta Goindi

WASHINGTON, MAY 4 – For many South Asians, all roads led to the Constitution Hall, Friday night.  The reason and allurement both were Bollywood’s stupendously successful singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan who was performing live in concert!  The event drew people from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan in a splendid display of unity proving beyond doubt that music is universal and knows no bounds or boundaries!

Malayalam actress molestation case: Dulquer Salmaan, Tovino Thomas express outrage

February, 19, 2017

KOCHI: A day after the news of alleged sexual assault of a popular Malayalam actress shook the entire film industry, actor Dulquer Salmaan has issued a statement expressing his outrage over the incident.

Even as he said he takes pride in the way women are treated and respected in Kerala, the shocking attack on his colleague has frightened him to the core.