Obama hosts Indian Prime Minister, unlikely friend
President Barack Obama welcomes India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the White House this week in a low-key nod to the improved ties between the world's biggest democracies.
Unwed Indian women targeted in 'black-market baby scam'
In an intensive care unit, a nurse soothes a crying baby rescued in a raid on a private Indian hospital that police suspect was selling abandoned newborns on the black market.
China, India, U.S. top list of Nigeria’s foreign trade
The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) has said that Nigeria’s total trade volume for first quarter of 2016(Q1 2016) is valued at N2.72 trillion.
NGO says capacity building, positive orientation in ICT usage will curb fraud
The TZE Executive Director, Mr Akindayo Akindolani, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja on Friday that many fraudulent acts among youths could be stopped if the youths had a good orientation.
Nigeria, 24 ministers to mobilize $1trillion investment in solar energy
Following the signing of the historic Paris Climate Change Agreement in New York on April 22, governments including Nigeria have pledged to take concerted action to lower the costs ...
Indian power minister's speech hit by power cut
India's power minister was left red-faced Friday after the electricity went out during a press conference in New Delhi held to highlight the country's achievements in reducing power cuts.
India's Modi to visit Iran, seeking to boost trade
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Iran this week, seeking to boost trade with the oil-rich country after international sanctions were lifted this year, it was announced Tuesday.
India to divert rivers to tackle drought
Water Resources Minister, Uma Bharti, said transferring water, including from major rivers like the Brahmaputra and the Ganges, to drought-prone areas is now her government’s top priority.