Tuesday, May 21, 2024



Pro-Palestine protests now spread to Europe’s Universities and so does the crackdown, Dutch police breaks up pro-Palestinian camp at Amsterdam University 

According to a police spokesperson, one police officer suffered hearing damage and it is still unclear how many other people may have been injured at Amsterdam University.

“A win-win situation for all nations”: PM Modi after India inks free trade pact with European bloc

PM Modi, in a letter, said March 10, 2024, marks a new turn and a watershed moment in the bilateral relationship between India and the EFTA countries of Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein.

France: Angry farmers dump manure and rotting produce in central Toulouse in a major demonstration against agricultural policies

French farmers dumped heaps of manure and rotting produce in front of buildings in Toulouse in protest against govt policies.

Iceland declares ‘state of emergency’ after being hit by 4000 earthquakes within a few hours, coastal town evacuated anticipating volcanic eruption

Iceland declared a ‘state of emergency’ after nearly 4,000 small and medium intensity earthquakes jolted the southwest Reykjanes peninsula in the country.

“This is distorting our market”: EU launches anti-subsidy probe into China-made electric vehicles amid charges of unfair trade practices

The European Union has launched an anti-subsidy inquiry into the Electric Vehicles (EVs) coming from China

Rahul Gandhi meets anti-India politician Fabio Massimo Castaldo at Brussels, read his connection with Pervaiz Iqbal Losar, an ISI asset in Europe

Rahul Gandhi met with the members of the European Parliament (MEPs) in Brussels, Belgium. During this meet, he interacted with multiple anti-India elements.

Meta may allow ad-free subscriptions to Facebook and Instagram in Europe

Meta is reportedly planning to launch paid versions of Facebook and Instagram for its users residing in the European Union.

When Hitler and Stalin shook hands as they thought communism was a promise of heaven: As Western Europe sleeps, Hungary should light candle of...

August 23 reminds us of the handshakes of two dictators and the anti-human regimes they ran - Nazis led by Hitler, Communists led by Stalin

Germany: Suspected lioness on the loose in Berlin causes panic among residents, authorities claim it is a wild boar amidst ongoing search ops

The suspected lioness was first spotted in Berlin on Thursday morning, causing panic among the residents and spurring authorities to launch a search operation.

India becomes the largest supplier of refined fuels to Europe, overtakes Saudi Arabia

Europe's refined fuel imports from India are set to surge above 360,000 barrels a day, overtaking Saudi Arabia, Kpler's data show.

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