24 May 2023Shopping
Bring a piece of Uzbekistan home with these authentic souvenirs
Uzbekistan is an amazing country full of beautiful things to buy.
23 May 2023World Health Organization
Why cough syrup exporters will have to undertake product testing
The Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MCI) has made it mandatory for exporters of cough syrups to get their products tested at government laboratories before they are shipped.
13 Apr 2023Travel And Tourism
Don't make these common mistakes as a tourist in Uzbekistan
As you plan your travels to Uzbekistan, it is important to keep in mind that the country has its own set of customs and social practices.
04 Mar 2023United States of America
Gambia: CDC links child deaths to Indian-made syrup
The United States's (US) leading public health agency, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), on Friday said that they found strong evidence to suggest that child deaths that took place in Gambia are linked to the consumption of Indian-made cough syrups.
24 Jan 2023World Health Organization
Cough syrup deaths: WHO urges countries to take immediate action
Following a series of child deaths linked to contaminated cough syrups in the past few months, the World Health Organization (WHO) has issued several measures for countries, calling for "immediate and concerted action" to protect children.
12 Jan 2023World Health Organization
WHO recommends against using India-made cough syrups after Uzbekistan deaths
The World Health Organization (WHO) issued a medical alert on Wednesday, warning against the use of two cough syrups made by Noida-based company Marion Biotech for children in Uzbekistan.
30 Dec 2022Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
Marion Biotech, linked to Uzbekistan kids' death, halts production
Noida-based cough syrup manufacturer Marion Biotech, linked to the death of 19 kids in Uzbekistan, has officially stopped production of all medicines amid an inspection by the drug regulator.
29 Dec 2022Noida
Uzbekistan links death of 18 kids to Noida-made cough syrup
India launched a probe into a Noida-based drugs manufacturer on Tuesday after the deaths of 18 kids in Uzbekistan were linked with a syrup the firm made.
16 Sep 2022Shanghai Cooperation Organization
SCO begins today: Modi to meet Putin, uncertainty regarding China
The 22nd Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Summit is set to commence on Friday in Samarkand, Uzbekistan.
15 Sep 2022China
SCO Summit: Modi to meet Putin; talks with China unclear
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to arrive at Samarkand, Uzbekistan on Thursday evening for the 22nd Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Summit, which is the first in-person summit since the pandemic.
03 Feb 2022Trending News
Mother drops 3-year-old into bear enclosure; video goes viral
In a horrific incident, a mother dropped her three-year-daughter into a bear pit at a zoo in Uzbekistan.
19 Jan 2022Narendra Modi
Modi to host first India-Central Asia summit on January 27
The central government on Wednesday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will host the maiden India-Central Asia Summit virtually on January 27.
14 Oct 2021Afghanistan
Blackouts hit Kabul as Taliban fails to pay power suppliers
There were multiple power outages across the Afghan capital Kabul and several other provinces once again on Wednesday.
16 Aug 2021Afghanistan
Afghan military plane crashed in Uzbekistan amid crisis
An Afghan military jet crashed in the neighboring Uzbekistan after being shot down by Uzbek defense forces late on Sunday.
13 Aug 2019Facebook
Uzbekistan woman gang-raped, dumped near home in South Delhi
A woman hailing from Uzbekistan has alleged she was gang-raped by three men in Gurugram and later dumped near her flat in South Delhi on Saturday.
13 May 2018Prime Minister
Where are Shastri death-related Raj Narain Committee records, asks CIC
Central Information Commission (CIC) has directed the Prime Minister's Office and Ministries of External Affairs and Home to make public the records of Raj Narain Committee, constituted in 1977 to look into the then PM Lal Bahadur Shastri's mysterious death on January 11, 1966, in Uzbekistan's Tashkent.