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Sep 18, 2017

PV Sindhu become a first Indian to win Korean Open Badminton championship

- Prof. M. Suresh Kumar, University of Suwon, South Korea Seoul, South Korea. 18 September 2017. Short summary of PV Sindhu's Korean Open Badminton Women's Single Final is as follows. India's PV Sindhu first Indian to win Korean Open Badminton championship. She beat Nozomi Okuhara 22-20, 11-21, 21 Read More...


Sep 18, 2017

Beautiful Korean Fall Foliage start on 27 September 2017

Seoul, South Korea, 18 September 2017. According to news report published in Kweather website run by Korea Weather Association (KWA), the beautiful Korean Fall foliage start fist at Seoraksan Mountain on 27 September 2017. The start of autumn season and Fall foliage reportedly delayed due to global Read More...


Sep 11, 2017

New Guide Line for South Korea Immigration Policy: As of Sep. 04, 2017

- VISA in Korea Facebook page Seoul. 11 September 2017. New Guide Line for south Korea's Immigration Policy (as of Sep. 04, 2017) is as follows. *1. Report for Change of Expats Registration Information: If your registration information has been changed, you MUST report its change to your Immigrat Read More...


Sep 9, 2017

Why TN wants exemption from about NEET?

Dr. Ezhilan Naganathan, Youth Movement 1. What is NEET? National Eligibility cum Entrance Test. It has 3 types- NEET UG (for MBBS admission) NEET PG (for MD/MS after finishing MBBS) NEET SS (for Mch/DM after MD/MS) We are bothered more about NEET UG, now

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Sep 21, 2016

Embassy of India in Seoul circulated the information about Indian student (at abroad) registration module created by MEA

Ms. Anita Rawat, First Secretary (Consular) at Embassy of India in Seoul, Republic of Korea, has circulated the information of student (those studying abroad) registration module created in the web by Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), India. The original text of the circular as follows. Ministry Read More...


Sep 20, 2016

A Korean Tamil Book entitled “Basic Tamil Conversation” published in Seoul

- By Dr. Subramaniyan Ramasundaram World Classical Tamil Conference 2010 held at Coimbatore, Tamilnadu (TN), India, brought the similarities between words in Tamil and Korean languages to limelight and attracted the attention of larger public. Earlier, the Tamil - Korean linguistic and cultural con Read More...


Sep 14, 2016

Bangaluru anti-Tamil riot 2016: Simply blaming the media —is called shooting the messenger

By - LR Jagadheesan, London, United Kingdom Interesting to see posts simply blaming media as solely responsible for anti-Tamil riots in Karnataka under the guise of Cauvery waters dispute. It’s as dangerous as blaming women's dress for sexual violence against them. In both cases, they are creating Read More...


Sep 14, 2016

Karnataka government released 600 hooligans before the Bangaluru riots: KPCC General Secretory agreed at Times now’s newshour debate

In the news hour debate entitled “Violence Over Cauvery Water" dated 12 September 2016, Arnab Goswami, the chief editor of Times now described that Karnataka state government earlier released 600 brutal criminals from jail to orchestrate the violence against Tamils in Bangaluru. Did you released 60 Read More...


Sep 13, 2016

“Avoid Bangaluru”: US issued advisories to its nationals

United States Consulate General in Chennai issued advisory to its citizens to avoid travelling Bangalore due to riots and demonstration going over the Supreme Court order of releasing water to neighboring state Tamilnadu (TN). Yesterday 100 vehicles, 60 travel buses and 40 vehicles with various rang Read More...


Sep 13, 2016

Uncontrolled riots over water sharing destroys Bangalore’s status as IT and Business hub?..

India is a largest democratic country in the world with the pride of “unity in diversity”. But the political games played over interstate issues, mainly water sharing often makes the situation worst. As per United Nations convention, water should be properly shared between sovereign states (countri Read More...


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