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  • Pune, Engineer-teacher duo, bikers, bike ride, Pune to Scotland, Scotland, Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam

    Biker duo embarks on ride from Pune to Scotland

    Bihar: A mechanical engineer from Arrah, and a teacher from Canada have embarked on a unique journey to cover the distance from Pune to Scotland with the vision of ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’- one world one family.

  • Tigers to roam in Central Asia again

    New Delhi: Caspian tigers, some of the largest cats that ever lived – up to 10 feet long and weighing more than 300 pounds – met a grim end in the middle of the 20th century. Until the mid-1960s when they were designated as extinct, they ranged from modern-day Turkey through much of Central Asia, including Iran and Iraq, to north-western China.

  • US hails PM’s Vision as ‘Narendra Modi Doctrine’

    Washington : The Obama Administration has christened Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of Indo-US ties — that has overcome the “hesitations of history” and envisages working for the betterment of global good — as “Modi Doctrine”.

  • Chinese scientists claims first dogs originated from China

    Beijing: Chinese scientists claimed that dogs have originated in southern China some 33,000 years ago, disputing US research that domesticated dogs evolved 15,000 years ago in Central Asia. A research team led by Zhang Yaping from Kunming Institute of Zoology in Yunnan province has questioned the results of previous research by Cornell University in US which was described as the “largest-ever survey of worldwide canine genetic diversity”. The team’s conclusion was published

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    CII hails PM Narendra Modi’s ‘landmark’ tour of Central Asia

    New Delhi : With Prime Minister Narendra Modi currently in Tajikistan for the final leg of his visit to Central Asia, the Confederation of Indian Industry has hailed his ‘landmark’ tour, predicting that the trade with the nations visited can increase exponentially. “Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Central Asia is a landmark event to revitalise our ancient links with the region. CII estimates that trade with the five Central Asian countries of Kazakhstan,

  • Central Asia: Big region of opportunity for India, says CII

    New Delhi : On the eve of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Central Asia, the Confederation of Indian Industry said that trade with the region can jump manifold provided the right connectivity is put in place. “Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Central Asia is a landmark event to revitalize our ancient links with the region. CII estimates that trade with the five Central Asian countries of Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan