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BWF World Tour Finals: Lakshya Sen collapses in semi-final against Viktor Axelsen        Multiply an IVF-tech startup launches is its AI-based platform that will replace conventional processes in IVF clinics        At least 31 people killed by terrorists' attack on bus in Mali        Former chief minister of undivided Andhra Pradesh Konijeti Rosaiah dies at 88        1,495 teachers in Kerala schools yet to get vaccinated        Fourth case of Omicron in India, 33-year-old Maharashtra man tests positive for new COVID-19 variant        Actor Brahma Mishra found dead at his residence in Mumbai        “Comeback King"-A short-film by KKR on Sunil Narine’s incredible journey as a cricketer        Honda sets up battery sharing service subsidiary in India        Record low birth rates in China        No travel bans imposed by India for Omicron: MEA        CPI(M) local leader hacked to death        Two confirmed cases of Omicron detected in Karnataka        BWF World Tour Finals: Sindhu makes winning start; Lakshya also through        Depositors of PMC Bank to get pre-Covid interest rate        Vaccinated California man first in US to test positive for Omicron        Kerala determined to prevent new HIV infections by 2025, says CM Pinarayi Vijayan        Doctors can’t be always blamed for negligence in deaths, says Supreme Court        Tourist inflow in J&K hit 7-year high in November: Govt        isl: Odisha come from behind to beat SC East Bengal in 10-goal thriller        
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International News
PM Modi says had 'great interaction' with members of Indian diaspora in Italy
 
Rome: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said that he had a ?great interaction? with members of the Indian diaspora in Italy, including those who are studying about India and those who have developed a close bond with their home country over the years

On the second day of his visit to Italy for the G20 Summit, Prime Minister Modi took to Twitter to share ?glimpses? from the community interaction in Rome

?In Rome last evening, I had a great interaction with members of the Indian diaspora in Italy, those who are studying about India and those who have developed a close bond with our nation over the years. It was wonderful to hear their views on diverse topics,? he said in a tweet

Swamini Hamsananda Giri, the President of Sanatan Dharma Sangha, termed her meeting with Prime Minister Modi as ?moving?

?It was (meeting with Prime Minister Modi) moving of course, because to be Hindu in Italy is not so easy but to meet the Prime Minister, it was a great honour for us. Hindus in Italy are in minority,? she said

The culture of India is a treasure for the humanity because it is a culture of ancient times since now for the whole human being and this is a culture of non-violence (Ahimsa), of harmony and respect for the nature and environment since the beginning of this culture, she said, adding that it is a culture for the welfare of human being

?As Sarvjan Hitaye, every human being, every being in the world has to live in harmony and in peace and we say Shanti, Shanti, Shanti

?To each of us he asked something very peculiar of us and asked what I like if we go to India where and what we like from India so and I said Tamil Nadu and he spoke to me in Tamil,? Giri added.


At least 31 people killed by terrorists' attack on bus in Mali
Record low birth rates in China
Vaccinated California man first in US to test positive for Omicron
US expresses concern over rights abuses in Afghanistan, asks Taliban to take necessary steps
Miss Universe contestant tests positive for COVID-19 days before event in Israel
Australia confirms 2 Omicron cases as travel curbs tighten
Over 1,000 Afghan Hazara elders pledge support to Taliban regime
‘Afghan girl’ from National Geographic magazine given refugee status in Italy
100 days of Taliban rule: 257 media outlets closed
Six die, 14 rescued as ferry capsizes in eastern Sri Lanka
Pakistan to allow 50,000 MT of wheat from India for Afghanistan to pass, says Imran Khan
Prices of food items, fuel soar in Afghanistan
Austria goes for full lockdown as COVID cases surge
Biden pledges to make Pfizer COVID-19 pill free, pending regulatory approval
Maldives, India share special relationship, no third country can take India's place: President Solih
UK Court Convicts Indian Origin Man For Murdering Wife
Islamic clerics call for formation of inclusive govt in Afghanistan
USA joins International Solar Alliance as 101st member country
More relief for Indian travellers, UK to recognise Covaxin from Nov 22
Bangladesh: Transport strike withdrawn after govt accepts demand to hike fare
ENTERTAINMENT NEWS
Actor Brahma Mishra found dead at his residence in Mumbai
 Mumbai, Actor of Mirzapur web series Brahma Mishra was found dead at his residence in the Versova ar  
First look of Bhediya: Varun Dhawan set to scare viewers as werewolf
FIR against Kangana Ranaut for hurting religious sentiments of Sikh community
Pune International Film Festival to take place from Dec 2-9
KERALA NEWS
1,495 teachers in Kerala schools yet to get vaccinated
 Thiruvananthapuram: There are 1,707 teaching and non-teaching staff in government schools of Kerala
CPI(M) local leader hacked to death
Kerala determined to prevent new HIV infections by 2025, says CM Pinarayi Vijayan
People not following Covid measures will not get free treatment: Pinarayi Vijayan
NATIONAL NEWS
Former chief minister of undivided Andhra Pradesh Konijeti Rosaiah dies at 88
 Hyderabad: Former chief minister of undivided Andhra Pradesh and veteran Congress leader Konijeti Ro
No travel bans imposed by India for Omicron: MEA
Doctors can’t be always blamed for negligence in deaths, says Supreme Court
maharashtra: Quarantine mandatory for passengers coming from at-risk countries; RT-PCR must for those arriving from other states
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