Delhi-Chicago Sister Cities international hosts Holi celebrations at Navy Pier

CHICAGO - The Delhi Committee of Chicago Sister Cities International, ComEd and Navy Pier, partnered to host this year’s Global Connections: Holi event at the Navy Pier.

Three prestigious awards for Chicago INDO US Lions Club. Lion Hina Trivedi Receives the Awards

CHICAGO - Chicago INDO US Lions Club has proudly announces its receipt of three esteemed awards, showcasing its commitment to service, excellence, and community impact. The club has been recognized with the Model Club and D 1 A Volunteer Hours Award from Lions Clubs International Foundation, as well as the Lions of Illinois Endowment Fund from Lions of Illinois Foundation. Clubs Past President and Trustee of FIA Lion Hina Trivedi received the awards on behalf of the Club.


Saradhs also called sharadhs are forbidden in Sikh religion whereas in Hindu religion saradhs are held in memory of the deceased ancestors every year in the month of Asu, the seventh desi month which corresponds to the month of September.

Johnny Depp-Amber Heard trial adapted into film, releases on Sep 30

The defamation trial between actors Johnny Depp and Amber Heard has been adapted into a film titled 'Hot Take: The Depp/Heard Trial' and will release on an OTT platform on September 30.


WORLD's DWINDLING GRAIN STOCK: Will India ban rice exports next?

BENGALURU – By far the world’s largest exporter of the cereal, India is the single biggest source of rice both for wealthy Middle Eastern countries like Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, and for developing nations in West Africa like Ghana, Benin and Togo. China, which started importing rice from India only a few years ago, now counts the South Asian nation as its single biggest supplier. Now, the food staple for more than half the planet could help India redeem itself after New Delhi’s ban on wheat exports last month sent shockwaves through the world at a time when the war in Ukraine has set off a global food crisis.

Russia’s war in Ukraine is preventing grain from leaving

Russia’s war in Ukraine is preventing grain from leaving “breadbasket of the world” and making food more expensive across the globe, threatening to worsen shortages, hunger, and political instability in developing countries. Together, Russia and Ukraine export nearly a third of the world’s wheat and barley, more than 70 percent of its sunflower oil and are big suppliers of corn. World food prices were already climbing, and the war has made things worse, preventing some 20 million tonnes of Ukrainian grain from getting to the Middle East, North Africa, and parts of Asia.

'Spider-Man' becomes 1st film to earn $1bn globally amid pandemic short

Tom Holland-starrer 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' has become the first film since the beginning of the pandemic to earn over $1 billion globally.

South Africa Withdraws Support For Miss Universe Contender Over Palestine

Pro-Palestine organisations have called on Lalela Mswane and pageant organiser Miss South Africa to boycott the December event in Israel to condemn their treatment of the Palestinian people.

IPL 2021: Watch Ashwin-Morgan clash during KKR-DC clash, Krunal Pandya upholds 'Spirit of Cricket'

The IPL 2021 has seen a lot of memorable moments so far. Meanwhile, on Wednesday, three on-field moments caught the attention of the fans in terms of 'Spirit of Cricket'.

Mir Ali Hosts First Live Chicago Concert Post-Pandemic. Launches Rizwana Zareen; Honors Ustad Puran Vyas

CHICAGO – At the first ever live concert in Chicago, its organizer Mir Ali Launched a California-based singer Dr Rizwana Zareen; and also honored Ustad Puran Vyas, Chicago famous Tabla maestro. The dinner-concert was organized at a brilliantly decorated banquet hall at the outskirts of Chicago in Lombard. Being the first live concert of the post-Pandemic era, the event attracted a big audience.

The Goodness Of Fibre

Consuming fibre rich foodsare beneficial to your child in many ways. This article explains more about the goodness of fibre.

Nigeria projects 39.4m job losses by year end

A team charged with developing Nigeria's economic recovery plan from the coronavirus pandemic says about 39.4 million people could be jobless by the end of 2020 if government fails to act.

In Congo, a hotline helps families survive abuse

KINSHASA - Four days after the Congolese government shut down Kinshasa’s pulsating nightlife, her husband knocked out some of her teeth and went to live with his mistress, leaving her bleeding and naked on the floor. Their three children saw it all.

Virtual safaris keep wildlife in sight for absent tourists

NANYUKI, Kenya — Virtual safaris are helping to distract people under coronavirus lockdowns while attracting badly needed support for African wildlife parks hit hard by the disappearance of tourists.

Kenya's herb farmers crushed by Corona drop in exports Lesotho Prime Minister Thomas Thabane resigns; ends a tumultuous political career UK Labour Party elects Joshan to its apex national executive committee Many actors and Bollywood celebrities participate in protests against CAA , NCR PUNJABI CULTURAL SOCIETY PARTICIPATES IN CHICAGO THANKSGIVING PARADE Uddhav-led govt wins the Assembly floor test, BJP crying foul European Parliament delegation to visit Kashmir today for first-hand information INDIA RAISES FRESH $1 BILLION TO REPAY AIR INDIA DEBT Life remains affected in Kashmir for the 64th consecutive day 312 “debarred” Sikhs living abroad removed from list, can visit India SC asks NCM to define term ‘minority’ Prime Ministers Narendra Modi and Imran Khan are well-placed for transforming relations between two countries India writes to Pakistan for building of Kartarpur Sahib corridor for Sikh pilgrimage Ex-Gujarat Home Minister Amit Shah benefited monetarily in encounter cases Sabarimala temple Gender equality activist Trupti Desai blocked at Cochin Airport PM Modi launches healthcare scheme Ayushman Bharat for deprived rural families Jaswant Singh's son Manvendra Singh after quitting BJP may join Congress Govt facilitates NRI Kumbh Mela at Varanasi US Hindu Alliance examines campaign against World Hindu Congress; Exposes key players and groups Punishment to women for indulging in Lesbian sex sparked barrage of criticism in Maiaysia The Broken Legacy of 'Punj-Aab': A Sedition Defamation cases against Congress leaders for questioning Rafale Deal 258 persons victims of Akali regime get relief Kofi Annan -great humanist and always looking for best outcome to resolve conflict Over staying foreigners include Nigerian students, some of them are in jail SANT RAJINDER SINGH JI MAHARAJ INAUGURATES SPECTACULAR SOS MEDITATION CENTER IN CHICAGO Pakistan seeking Russian support is its fragile economy Nooyi quits as CEO of PepsiCo after 12 yrs A racist white man yelled at Indian couple ‘Will kill your children'