The Central Bureau of Investigation argued that the company was essentially a Ponzi scheme.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived here today on his second visit to the US, has a "packed schedule" ahead of him.
China's economic pain cannot be India's gain as both economies are not at the same level of development
If there could be two lands and cultures that are a total opposite of one another, then surely Sweden and India are it.
Could the recently launched Partition Museum Project inspire Indians and Pakistanis to work together for common good?
After a Michelin star for Benares and a Madrid branch, Atul Kochhar comes to Mumbai with a thrilling diaspora menu
Bollywood star Priyanka Chopra has been featured in billboards and posters across the US as the starring role in the TV show Quantico.
One of the things surely is the ability of the cooks to throw together disparate flavours and textures in a single dish.
Despite rugby being a blind spot for most Indians, sports goods manufacturers from this Punjab city are one of the biggest suppliers of egg-shaped rugby balls in the world.
The mandir stands safe and sound owing to the unyielding struggles of a lower-caste Hindu, a Muslim lawyer and a Christian man.
With the demise of Jagmohan Dalmiya on Sunday, Indian cricket lost one of its shrewdest adminstrators.
Authorities detained a firebrand young leader of the Patel caste in the Indian state of Gujarat as his supporters gathered for a rally.
Asha Bhosle on films, food and life as a Bollywood legend
The study said that those who posted regularly about their relationship on Facebook were insecure and needed attention and approval to distract from their insecurities.
Singapore has secured the top position in the list of most preferred overseas destination for Indian travellers in first half of this year.
The Valley of Flowers has stunning scenery; and even strangers encourage you on the trek to Hemkunt Sahib
The annual percentage growth in number of high-net-worth individuals was stronger in India than any other country in 2014.
John Dayal, an Indian Christian, left journalism to focus on human rights work, investigating hate-crimes and targeted violence against tribespeople and religious minorities
The files, which were in the possession of Kolkata police, will be put on public display, but their contents are not yet known.
a list of US companies that have investment intentions in India: