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Gupta brothers, wanted in multi-billion dollar scam in South Africa, arrested in a suicide case in India: Read about their alleged link to a...

The Gupta brothers—Atul, Ajay, and Rajesh—are accused of embezzling billions of rands in South Africa through their close ties with former President Jacob Zuma.

NIA arrests PFI terrorist Mohammad Ghaus Niazi, accused of killing RSS leader Rudresh, from South Africa

Mohammad Ghaus Niazi was a big face of PFI. He was allegedly involved in the murder of 35-year-old RSS leader Rudresh in Bengaluru in 2016.

South Africa: Man confesses to starting building fire that killed 76, wanted to hide a body after committing murder

29-year-old drug addict killed a man and tried to dispose the body by buring it. The fire engulfed the whole building killing 76.

May there be peace, harmony and spiritual enlightenment for all: South African cricket player Keshav Maharaj wishes the Indian community before Ram Mandir inauguration

Keshav Maharaj sent his warm wishes to Indian community in South Africa ahead of Ram Mandir's Pran Pratishtha in Ayodhya.

“We are fighting terrorists, and we are fighting lies”: Netanyahu slams South Africa over genocide case at ICJ

South Africa has lodged an urgent appeal to the ICJ to force Israel to "immediately suspend" its military operations in the Strip.

South Africa strips David Teeger, who supported Israeli soldiers in conflict against Hamas, of U-19 cricket team captaincy

South Africa removed David Teeger from its U-19 cricket team captaincy following his comments supporting Israeli soldiers.

South Africa which has a history of racial discrimination challenges Israel in UN court over alleged Gaza genocide

South Africa approaches UN court demanding an emergency suspension of Israel's military campaign in Gaza, alleging genocidal acts.

Bengaluru: Christian event ‘Pray for India’ by a foreign pastor cancelled over possible visa rule violations

A Christian program in Bengaluru was scrapped after an activist brought attention to a potential visa regulation infringement.

Jai Shree Hanuman: Keshav Maharaj thanks God after his boundary pushes South Africa to a win over Pakistan

On Friday, October 27, after leading South Africa to a thrilling one-wicket win against Pakistan, the Indian-origin South African cricketer Keshav Maharaj took to social media to thank Lord Hanuman for the historic win

‘Cheetah project on the right path to becoming successful’: Findings of government report

According to the government report, four of the six criteria established for assessing the short-term success of India's Cheetah Project have already been met.

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