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Aamir Khan Visits Bhutan For UNICEF Campaign On Child Nutrition

Aamir Khan in Bhutan for child nutrition campaign

THIMPU: Actor Aamir Khan, who is a UNICEF Regional Goodwill Ambassador, took time out from his schedule to meet children affected by malnutrition here and to witness how the organisation is working to address stunting across the country. "While ... Economic Times, 1 day ago

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Q&A: Tulika Kedia on Jogi Art

A work in Jogi Art that was displayed at the recently-concluded Mountain Echoes Literature Festival in Thimpu, Bhutan At the recently concluded Mountain Echoes Literature Festival in Thimpu, Bhutan, visitors at the main venue were greeted, among ...
 Blouin Artinfo India2 weeks ago Mountain Echoes Litfest focus on climate change  United News of India1 month ago Seventh Mountain Echoes to focus on climate change  Press Trust of India2 months ago PTI - LITFEST - Seventh Mountain Echoes to focus on climate change  Namibia Press Agency2 months ago

From the grueling tour of the dragon hit the Bestival in the Isle of Wright

Tour of the dragon When: August 15, 2016 Where: Thimpu, Bhutan Considered one of the most challenging one-day events in the world, the race covers 268 kilometers of absolutely stunning Himalayan landscapes as it takes cyclists from central to ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

If Gods can be gay, why can't we? Maori author Witi Ihimaera

Thimphu, Sep 4 Aboriginal, litterateur and rebel, Witi Ihimaera is a moving force in giving voice to the Maoris in New Zealand. The first published novelist in Maori literature, the 72-year-old has several novels, short stories and recognitions to ...
 ProKerala.com1 month ago
Himalayan times

We've settled down quite well in Bhutan: India football coach Constantine

Despite the cold conditions in Thimpu, national football coach Stephen Constantine on Friday said team has settled down quite well in the conditions.The Indian team will play Bhutan in an unofficial away practice game on Saturday after the proposed tour of ...
 Prokerala2 months ago Team to go to Bhutan  Himalayan times1 month ago Bhutan football team due today  Financial Express Bangladesh1 month ago National football team's preparation camp resumes today  New Age Bangladesh2 months ago

Climate change takes central stage at Mountain Echoes Litfest

Few Sec ago 0 0 Thimphu: It may be wrong to say that the first day of the Mountain Echoes Literature Festival here began on a "positive note" as renowned author Amitav Ghosh painted a gloomy picture of the dangers of climate change looming ...
 India Online.in1 month ago Climate change takes centre stage at Mountain Echoes Litfest  ProKerala.com1 month ago

Mountain Echoes litfest kicks off in Bhutan

Thimphu, Aug 26 This capital city of the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan came alive on Thursday evening with the seventh edition of the Mountain Echoes Literary Festival kicking off. Inaugurating the festival, Queen Mother Ashi Dorji Wangmo ...
 ProKerala.com1 month ago

Tabu says she wants to play a warrior

THIMPU: Actor Tabu, who got rave reviews for movies like Fitoor, Drishyam and Maqbool says she wants to essay the role of a warrior. Speaking at a packed session at the seventh edition of the Mountain Echoes Literary Festival, the actor, known for ...
 The Gulf Today1 month ago

India's terrorism narrative needs a rethink

'The crux of the matter is that our narrative lacks credibility with world capitals,' argues Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar. Several hypotheses are afloat why China and Russia cold-shouldered India's high-level diplomacy to insert its tensions with Pakistan under the garb of 'terrorism' into the Goa Declaration of the BRICS Summit. For the Indian foreign and security policy establishment, the Goa Declaration must come as a diplomatic disaster. More so because the buck stops with Prime Minister ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago

Winter Session May Break Parliamentary Custom

BYSUNILDANG, Editor-in-Chief As Donald Trump stoops down to the nadir of cheap publicity stunts, some Indian politicians are flowing suit. Party workers may accept the parachute candidates from some particular families but with time, huge cracks ...
 Day After India1 week ago
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