Kashmiri crafts have been omnipresent from street to luxury yet least geared for new fashion markets. This is likely to change soon
New companies have preferred sheltered existence under venture capital
This is the first parliamentary election in which Indian expatriates,can vote in their home country, as part of an amendment to a voting law passed in 2010.
Gurgaon-Basai: The India where skyscrapers overlook farms
Global drinks giant Diageo has said it will launch a $1.9bn tender offer to complete its plan to acquire a majority stake in India's United Spirits Ltd
The youths, detained in prisons in the US for the past few months, have gone on hunger strike seeking early resolution of their plight
Infosys, which cheered the Street with its fourth-quarter numbers and forecast for 2014-15, said it is recruiting from top global universities.
Activists say landmark ruling by supreme court will help millions of people who face discrimination in India's conservative society
India’s Muslims worried about controversial Hindu leader as national elections begin.
India-born poet Vijay Seshadri has won the prestigious 2014 Pulitzer Prize in the poetry category for his collection of poems "3 Sections."
The Modi campaign is a copycatting of US right-wing tactics
Things have changed so much that not only are weekends designated for partying but every evening could well be a Saturday
A riverside farmer and the fragile ecology around him that exists, magically, in the middle of the Capital
The doctor could still face sanctions over the bungled operation and admitted record keeping errors if the panel finds his errors amounted to serious misconduct.
One of the oldest cities in the world, Varanasi has become the newest battleground in India's general election.
India’s top weather official went a storm’s way recently. He haphazardly mixed issues.
Former cricketers Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly are among the owners of eight franchises of a new Indian soccer league set to kick off later this year.
In some ways, India is now ahead of the United States in conducting elections.
Paintings and carvings in ancient Indian temples challenge Western ideas of the relationship between spirituality and sexuality.
Despite being a flourishing democracy for more than six decades, Indian politics is still very much a family business.