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ClamorWorld Exclusive: Come Join The Festival Of South Asia In Canada

South Asia is a complex mix of myriad cultures, food traditions and a melting pot of many million emotional and social beliefs. If you are anywhere around the Western Hemisphere and sometimes feel the pangs of separation from your motherland, there is no place that’s as beautiful as the Festival Of South Asia in Toronto to connect to your roots. One of the longest running outdoor South Asian Festival in […]

Youth Heart Throb RAGHAV to Headline 14th Annual TD Festival of South Asia

Toronto, ON (July 5, 2016) – Popular Canadian singer and songwriter Raghav, who rose to fame with his hit-single Angel Eyes will be the headline performer at the 14th Annual TD Festival of South Asia.  Also performing at the festival are Mumbai based singer Ali Quli Mirza and popular Canadian rock band – Sirens of Shanti. “We are proud of GIBBIA efforts for consistently celebrating the Festival of South Asia […]

BCCI appoints Anil Kumble as head coach of Indian cricket team for 1 year

The Board of Control For Cricket In India (BCCI) announced on Thursday that former India skipper Anil Kumble will be the head coach of the Indian cricket team for a period of one year. The other big names in contention for the job were Ravi Shastri, Tom Moody, Stuart Law, Lalchand Rajput, Pravin Amre and Andy Moles.   Kumble has no coaching experience but has mentored Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and […]

Shiv Sena at 50: From militant chauvinism to mid-life blues

It was a cool rainy day on June 19, 1966, that a frail, young political cartoonist with fiery eyes assembled a loose ‘Army of Shivaji’ and launched the Shiv Sena for espousing the case and cause of ‘sons of the soil’. After many ups and down, mostly the latter, the saffron, ultra-right party is now celebrating the golden jubilee of its founding. A mega-bash is planned on Sunday to mark […]

8 Things You Didn't Know About All India Radio - That Completes 80 Years Today

All India Radio, India’s national public radio broadcaster is celebrating its 80th anniversary today. Also known as Akashvani. which means ‘Voice from the Sky’, AIR is one of the leading and oldest radio networks in the world. It’s a division of Prasar Bharti and is headquartered at Akashvani Bhavan in New Delhi.Let’s look at some lesser known facts about India’s most loved radio station The radio station was launched on […]

On World Cartoonist Day, visit India’s only cartoonists’ institute in Bengaluru

Indian Institute of Cartoonists is the only organisation in India working towards promoting the art of cartooning. It is easy to miss the Indian Institute of Cartoonists in the hustle and bustle of Bengaluru’s busy Trinity Circle. Situated just a few meters from the circle in the basement of a building, spread across 5000 square feet, this institute is one of its kind in India. The Institute, established in 2001, […]

Saudi Binladin Group terminates 50,000 jobs: Report

JEDDAH: Construction company Saudi Binladin Group has laid off 50,000 staff, Saudi newspaper Al-Watan reported. The total workforce at Binladin, one of Saudi Arabia’s biggest firms and among the Middle East’s largest builders, is around 200,000, according to its LinkedIn page. Al-Watan, citing unnamed sources, reported that the group has terminated the contracts of 50,000 workers — apparently all foreigners — and given them permanent exit visa to leave the […]

Google CEO Sundar Pichai's letter to employees

Search giant Google has an annual tradition of founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin penning letter to employees on the company’s progress and priorities during the year. The custom dates back to the year 2004 when Page and Brin wrote the famous letter titled “Google is not a conventional company. We do not intend to become one.” This year Google’s new CEO Sundar Pichai got to write the letter. This […]

ISRO Makes World's Lightest Material, Will Help Siachen Soldiers Keep Warm In Freezing Temperatures

In a bid to prevent our soldiers from falling prey to the freezing temperatures of Siachen, the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre in Thiruvananthapuram has manufactured the world’s lightest material called silica aerogel or ‘blue air’.  Having utility both on Earth as well as in outer space, the material has an outstanding thermal resistance that can be used in soldier uniforms to help them stay warm. And it probably would have […]

Study in France: Applications invited for Charpak scholarships

Scholarship applications are open for the Charpak Exchange Programme 2016 (autumn session). This programme, organised by Campus France, is designed for exchange students for a period of one to four months (duration of an academic semester) at the bachelor’s or master’s degree level. The benefits include student visa fee waiver, monthly stipend of 615 euros for up to four months, medical insurance coverage (around 300 euros/year) and affordable student housing […]