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U.S. to investigate former Indian boarding schools -Interior Secretary

June 22 (Reuters) - U.S. Interior Secretary Deb Haaland on Tuesday said her department will carry out a full investigation into the dark history of Indian boarding schools, and work to locate the remains of children who died in them. Haaland, a former congresswoman from New Mexico and the first Native American to serve as a Cabinet secretary, last year introduced legislation calling for a Truth and Healing Commission into conditions at former Indian boarding schools.

dailymail.co.uk ,  17min 0
U.S. to investigate former Indian boarding schools -Interior Secretary

Android warning: Notorious malware returns to Google Play Store - delete these 8 apps NOW

ANDROID users have been put on alert about a nasty - and notorious - piece of malware that's made a comeback on the Google Play Store. The Joker malware is back once again, putting Android devices at risk after making its way back onto the Google Play Store.

express.co.uk ,  3h 8
Android warning: Notorious malware returns to Google Play Store - delete these 8 apps NOW

Indian Film Festival returns to city with a hybrid model for homes and cinemas

The annual Birmingham Indian Festival is returning and this year you can watch from home if you prefer The Indian Film Festival is coming back to Birmingham. And as the world learns to "live with Covid", this year's event will be a "hybrid" version with some screenings available at home as well as others in cinemas.

birminghammail.co.uk ,  4h 0
Indian Film Festival returns to city with a hybrid model for homes and cinemas

England captain Eoin Morgan defends his past use of 'Sir' on Twitter after it was claimed he and vice-captain Jos Buttler were mimicking how they were addressed by Indians... with skipper insisting it is a 'sign of admiration and respect'

Eoin Morgan and Jos Buttler came under the microscope earlier this month The two England stars both used the word 'sir' on Twitter several years ago It was claimed they were mimicking how they were addressed by Indian people The ECB recently announced a social media review to address any historical issues in the wake of the Ollie Robinson Twitter storm

dailymail.co.uk ,  4h 0
England captain Eoin Morgan defends his past use of 'Sir' on Twitter after it was claimed he and vice-captain Jos Buttler were mimicking how they were addressed by Indians... with skipper insisting it is a 'sign of admiration and respect'

Analysis: India e-commerce rules cast cloud over Amazon, Walmart and local rivals

Indian government published proposals on Monday India's e-retail market forecast to be $200 bln by 2026 NEW DELHI, June 22 (Reuters) - New Indian e-commerce rules will raise costs for all online retailers but particularly Amazon (AMZN.O) and Walmart’s (WMT.N) Flipkart as they may have to review their business structures, senior industry sources told Reuters.

reuters.com ,  7h 0
Analysis: India e-commerce rules cast cloud over Amazon, Walmart and local rivals

Indian shares close marginally higher; financials, Reliance offset vaccine cheer

BENGALURU, June 22 (Reuters) - Indian shares gave up most of their gains to end slightly higher on Tuesday, as optimism over the country's record surge in COVID-19 vaccinations was countered by losses in heavyweight financial stocks and conglomerate Reliance Industries (RELI.NS). The benchmark S&P BSE Sensex (.BSESN) closed 0.03% higher at 52,588.71, while the blue-chip NSE Nifty 50 index (.NSEI) gained 0.17% to end at 15,772.75.

ca.reuters.com ,  7h 0
Indian shares close marginally higher; financials, Reliance offset vaccine cheer

Indian minister announces cash incentive to parent with the highest number of children

The parent will reportedly be given a cash prize, a certificate and a trophy A minister in the Indian state of Mizoram has reportedly announced a cash incentive to parents who have the highest number of children in his constituency, in an attempt to encourage population growth. Mizoram’s sports, youth affairs and tourism minister Robert Romawia Royte made the announcement on Sunday, but did not specify the minimum number of children a person must have to be eligible for the reward.

independent.co.uk ,  8h 0
Indian minister announces cash incentive to parent with the highest number of children

How foreign workers contribute to the NHS

One in seven NHS workers in England are foreign nationals. That’s according to figures from the health service, which found last September that around 170,000 of the NHS’s 1.3 million staff members reported a non-British nationality – around 13.9 per cent of staff. The figures show that Indians make up the largest number of foreign staff members, at 27,620 workers, followed by Filipino (23,035), Irish (13,975) and Polish (10,225) staff.

newstatesman.com ,  8h 1
How foreign workers contribute to the NHS

Menu to be drastically changed for celebration event

A Norwich Indian restaurant will be changing "60 to 70pc" of its menu as part of an anniversary celebration this weekend. The Namaste Village will celebrate its fifth birthday on Sunday with new dishes such as and cheesy Vegetable Kachori. Also on the menu for the event are Gobi Masaledar, an Indian dish made with cauliflower and multiple spices, and Dahi Vada, which is deep fried lentil fritter in yoghurt.

edp24.co.uk ,  9h 4
Menu to be drastically changed for celebration event

'Can't let you get away with that' Matt Hancock slams Susanna Reid over 'untrue' claims

Related articles Matt Hancock had been invited onto Good Morning Britain to discuss self-isolation rules, guideline changes for those who have been fully vaccinated, the Indian variant, as well as the reports about his meeting about social care with the Prime Minister and Chancellor being cancelled. When presenter Susanna Reid turned his attention to the main news of the Health Secretary trying to fix the broken care system, he told her he would not “let [her] get away with reading out a load of stuff which is untrue” about the Indian variant and putting India on the amber list.

express.co.uk ,  11h 154
'Can't let you get away with that' Matt Hancock slams Susanna Reid over 'untrue' claims

AP PHOTOS: Indian police train villagers for border security

For nearly three months, from dusk to dawn, Rita Devi has followed a similar drill. Her day begins with physical training, followed by classes on border management and on collaborating with police and border guards in the event of skirmishes along the frontier between India and Pakistan Toward evening, she receives training in weapon handling and law and order.

independent.co.uk ,  16h 0
AP PHOTOS: Indian police train villagers for border security

India launches new Covid drive vaccinating a record eight million people in ONE DAY

INDIA launched a new drive to combat Covid by vaccinating a record eight million people in just ONE DAY. Today’s push was part of a campaign to inoculate all adults for free amid claims a chaotic rollout had worsened a second wave costing hundreds of thousands of lives.

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  23h 0
India launches new Covid drive vaccinating a record eight million people in ONE DAY

Indian variant is now dominant in more than 300 areas of England: Maps reveal how mutant strain has spread across the entire country

The more transmissible Indian 'Delta' variant is now the dominant strain in at least 303 areas of England Previously dominant Kent 'Alpha' strain is still only dominant in two areas - Rotherham and Worcester It comes as Boris Johnson says things are 'looking good' for easing restrictions next month

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Indian variant is now dominant in more than 300 areas of England: Maps reveal how mutant strain has spread across the entire country

Cautious optimism with deaths remaining low despite rising number of cases

Back when the prime minister first announced the roadmap for ending the COVID-19 lockdown, the modellers who provide numbers for SAGE, his scientific advisory board, produced a few charts showing what might happen in the event of the UK opening up. Now these models are, to some extent, ancient history.

heart.co.uk ,  1d 6
Cautious optimism with deaths remaining low despite rising number of cases

Indian rap becomes powerful tool of activism for artists hit by deadly Covid pandemic

With live performances cancelled, the financial and mental health toll is at an all-time high among rap artists in India, as Peony Hirwani reports Monday 21 June 2021 16:38 Indian rap artists, hit hard during a difficult year of the coronavirus pandemic, are using hip-hop to create activism and awareness around the crisis and give voice to their angst.

independent.co.uk ,  1d 0
Indian rap becomes powerful tool of activism for artists hit by deadly Covid pandemic

Flipkart tells Indian court it offers lower fee if sellers cut prices

NEW DELHI, June 21 (Reuters) - Walmart’s (WMT.N) Flipkart sees nothing wrong in offering to cut charges for sellers on its platform if they lower product prices, its lawyer told an Indian court on Monday, drawing protest from a retailer group challenging the practice.

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Flipkart tells Indian court it offers lower fee if sellers cut prices

Indian shares end higher, helped by gains in Nifty 50 heavyweights

BENGALURU, June 21 (Reuters) - Indian shares closed higher on Monday, as gains in Nifty 50 companies Reliance Industries (RELI.NS), Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone (APSE.NS) and Hindustan Unilever (HLL.NS) helped recoup losses from earlier in the session.

reuters.com ,  1d 1
Indian shares end higher, helped by gains in Nifty 50 heavyweights