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Indian envoy: Nowruz originally Persian festivity
Beijing, March 25, IRNA – Numerous countries celebrate Nowruz across the world, but it should be remembred that the festivity is originally Persian, India's envoy to China said on Monday.
Indian journalist hails Imam Ali as first Muslim in world
A prominent Indian Urdu journalist believes that Hazrat Ali was the first man in the world to accept Islam and so, he is the first Muslim in the world.
Pakistan returns captured Indian pilot in ‘peace gesture’
Pakistan has released an Indian pilot whom it had captured after shooting down his fighter jet, in “a peace gesture” aimed at deescalating dangerously high tensions with India.
Car bomb attack on Indian military convoy kills dozens in Kashmir
At least 44 Indian paramilitary personnel have been killed and dozens more wounded after a bomber rammed an explosive-laden car into a military convoy in restive Kashmir.
'Sluggish Life' set to invigorate Indian festival
Iranian movie 'Sluggish Life', directed by Mohsen Mehri, will be screened in the competition section of India's Sixth Chennai International Short Film Festival (CISFF).
​Indian scientists create 'space fuel' in lab
Scientists at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras created what they call 'space fuel' by simulating interstellar conditions in the lab, a method that may be used to convert atmospheric CO2 into a next generation energy source on Earth.
Indian-origin startup has built over 800,000 robot workers
Robots are going to make up a huge chunk of the workforce over the next couple of decades, taking away repetitive and menial work away from human workers, and freeing them up for other qualitative applications.
Rain clears smog in Indian capital yet air quality 'very poor'
A rainy spell early on Sunday brought better air to residents of New Delhi, giving them a brief respite from thick grey smog that has shrouded the Indian capital for the last two months, although air quality continued to be ‘very poor’.
Indian court quashes order to deport Chinese nationals over suspected visa violation
An Indian court on Friday quashed a government order asking around 60 Chinese nationals to leave over suspected visa violations, giving an Indian phone parts maker that had invited them two weeks to explain the circumstances of their visit.
Indian regulator orders J&J to stop using raw material to make Baby Powder in India
India’s drugs regulator has ordered Johnson & Johnson (JNJ.N) to stop manufacturing its Baby Powder using raw materials in two of its Indian factories until test results prove they are free of asbestos, a senior official said.
Indian political figure gets life over 1984 Sikh massacre
A senior member of India’s main opposition Congress Party has been sentenced to life imprisonment in a case related to the mass murder of Sikhs after the assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in 1984.
7 Kashmir civilians shot dead by Indian troops
Seven civilians have been killed and nearly two dozen injured when Indian troops fired on protesters in Indian-controlled Kashmir.
Indian court sets aside state government order to shut down Vedanta copper smelter
An Indian environment court set aside on Saturday the Tamil Nadu state government’s order to close Vedanta’s copper smelter plant permanently, taking the company closer to reopening its facility in southern India.
Hejazi finds Indian award in 'The Dark Room'
The 23rd International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK) in India came to an end with Iranian filmmaker Rouhallah Hejazi winning 'Suvarna Chakoram' award (the Golden Crow Pheasant) for the best film for his feature film 'Dark Room'.
Source: Grab invests $100m in Indian hotel startup OYO
Singapore-based ride-hailing firm Grab invested $100 million in Indian hotel-reservations startup OYO, a source with knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Monday.

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