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Secretary General of the Arab League tells India not to forget about Palestine
Indian representative invited President Al-Sisi to the ‘India-Africa Forum Summit’ in October
Egypt was confirmed to join the China-backed bank in April and became one of the 57 founding members
Final decision for approving Egypt’s membership was in hands of bank’s approved members
The Bollywood show was a sell-out, with security having a tough time managing the crowds, says Indian Ambassador
By Dr. Bjørn Lomborg Even if we believe we have come a long way regarding gender equality, the fact is that up to today, women tend to hold lower-paying jobs, are under-represented in politics and the upper levels of business, and bear the brunt of domestic violence. In parts of the developing world, women have …
Fourteen teams are participating in the 11th Cricket World Cup hosted by Australia and New Zealand, which began on 14 February and will continue until 29 March. The teams will play a total of 49 matches in 14 different cities. Australian playing fields will host 26 matches in seven cities: Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart, Melbourne, …
Samra reaches South Pole bringing him one step closer to completing “Adventurers Grand Slam”
Indian government spends over $100m on ministry’s scientific research
International cooperation minister looks to build on previous cooperation to increase economic and investment ties
By Dr Cesar Chelala One can fight oppression with violence or with education. Hema Konsotia, a 34-year-old Indian woman, has chosen the latter. She is helping to change a situation affecting an estimated 165 million Indian Dalits. Also known as the “untouchables”, Dalits are a mixed population of numerous caste groups found all over South Asia. …
Authority also targeting increased visitors from India, China, Brazil, and Argentina
The Egyptian Tourist Authority (ETA) seeks to attract more tourists from Asian and the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) as visitors from these countries have largely stayed away since the 25 January Revolution due to political unrest. The authority will focus on Chinese and Indian markets as they represent two of the world’s fastest growing economies. …
Ministry will reconsider stimulus programmes for charter flights to encourage travel to Egypt through introducing new programmes to support airlines economically
Government conducts broad international talks to revive confidence in Egyptian economy threatened by political turmoil
White House says it is looking forward to working with Egypt’s new president, but also shared concerns
A cure-all to some and for others a scam that preys on people’s superstitions, the sorcerers continue to thrive despite the disapproval of some hardline schools of Islam.
Fahmy calls on “friends” not to confuse fight against terror with human rights abuses during US visit
The political satire used by Tailang is very similar to the humour used by Egyptian cartoonist as well as the Egyptian people when criticising their government.
The festival wants to showcase all aspects of India’s culture and it says a big part of that is its world famous cuisine
The Sharjah-based budget carrier, which currently operates out of three hubs in the Gulf and North Africa region, signed an agreement with the RAK government in February declaring it the official carrier for the emirate and RAK airport as its new hub.
Punishment ranging from fines and jail terms to confiscation of assets and deportation may be imposed, escalating a year-long crackdown on visa irregularities that have been overlooked for decades.
Warning that time was running out for the planet to avoid worst-case climate change
Bollywood Love Story – A Musical is one of the most entertaining shows the Main Hall has seen in a long time
The India by the Nile festival seeks to improve cultural understanding and encourage tourism between the two countries
AFP – For more than 10 years the rise of big emerging markets has re-shaped the global economy but these are now slowing with maturity, and the hunt is on to identify which upstarts will be tomorrow’s tigers. The big five, which recently helped the world through financial crisis but are now experiencing marked growing …