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Significant increase in popularity of yoga in US, says Indian Ambassador

According to a study, 'Yoga in America was brought out by the Yoga Journal and Yoga Alliance', the number of its practitioners in the US has increased to more than 36 million.

Indian Embassy in Saudi organises 'Gandhi cycle rally for peace'

India's Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Dr Ausaf Sayeed, flagged off the event and also participated in the rally, which was organised in association with the Diplomatic Quarter Authority and Saudi Cycling Federation.

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12 Bengal youths stranded in Iran likely to return tomorrow

“A few days ago, under the leadership of A K Singh from Indian Embassy, the youths were rescued from Chabahar and brought to Tehran. They will be returning to India on Wednesday,” said Sk Jinnar Ali, chairman of NATC.

Indian embassy in US to start Hindi, Sanskrit classes

The exact dates of their commencement would be announced soon.

Rocket lands at Indian embassy in Kabul, no casualties reported

A rocket landed in premises of Indian embassy in Kabul causing minor damage to a structure on the rear side of the compound. The Ministry of External Affairs, however, said there was no fire or casualties

Indian Embassy in Kuwait issues advisory against fraudsters

"The Embassy advises all members of Indian community in Kuwait not to fall prey to such fraudsters' calls," it said.

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Nepal: 36 rights activists arrested from outside Indian Embassy

Senior human rights activist Krishna Pahadi was among the 36 rights activists arrested by the police.

60 per cent Indians jailed in Kuwait over drugs cases

The Embassy has requested Indians to strictly obey the rules and regulations regarding the laws about drugs in Kuwait.

112 Indians arrive from Liberia, clear Ebola test

19 Indians, who landed in the city from Nigeria, also tested negative.

Iraq crisis: About 600 Indians out of Iraq, more on their way: MEA

Nearly 600 Indians have left conflict-hit Iraq after being facilitated by the External Affairs Ministry.

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