Bollywood's Most Blatant Copies of Hollywood Movie Posters

If imitation is the ultimate form of flattery, the Indian film industry has been paying Hollywood poster designers "compliments" for years.

Why did US Send Comedians to India

A Republican Senator has questioned the utility of sending comedians to India at the expense of tax payer's money,

India Refuses to Consider Khobragade Episode Closed

Foreign secretary Sujatha Singh says India has made its expectations clear to the US on the issue and hopes it will be resolved

Amazon India Explains How it Raced Past Flipkart

Amid all this action, the world's biggest online retailer, Amazon, is quietly ramping up Indian operations.

The Yellow Experiment: Coming of Age of Indian Comedy

Comedy in India has certainly come of age, with stand-up comedians gaining sizeable fan following, particularly in the metros.

Indian Hotels Ranked Third in the Global Best Value List

After hotels in Thailand and Malaysia, the third slot is taken by the hotels in India.

India Begins World's Largest Election

Polls suggest Congress could be facing a drubbing thanks to corruption scandals and recent years of economic slowdown.

Is This The World's Biggest Election Loser

He has stood in every Indian parliamentary election since 1962 - and lost every one

Why We Won’t Stand For One Version of Our National Anthem

At no point can the versions of the national anthem that are played in multiplexes said to be disrespectful – or for that matter, even bad.

TrueCaller to Strengthen India Presence

Will be focussing on expanding in Delhi and other cities.

How Yoga Became a $27 Billion Industry

Perhaps inevitably, yoga’s journey from ancient spiritual practice to big business and premium lifestyle has some devotees worrying that something has been lost along the way.

Indian Priest Faces Deportation for Molestation in US

Koppala was taken into custody by the Department of Homeland Security and will remain in custody until his likely deportation.

When India is in International Headlines

The India elections – the biggest ever electoral exercise in history –are making headlines in the international press.

India Losing Call Centre Biz to Competitors

India is currently losing about 70 per cent of all incremental voice and call centre business to competitors like Philippines and Eastern Europ

Devyani Khobragade Likely to Face Probe in Adarsh Scam

The Indian Foreign Service officer is likely to face a probe in connection with the Adarsh scam. Devyani owns a flat in the controversial Adarsh society in Mumbai's Colaba area.

More and More IITians Switching Streams

The trend of freshmen switching branches as they advance into their sophomore year is catching up fast at the elite tech institutes.

Rahul Gandhi Faces Poll Disaster

Hindu nationalist Narendra Modi given scent of outright victory by opinion polls on eve of India's general election

Indo-American Develops Paper Microscope

An Indian-origin scientist has developed an incredibly low-cost microscope made almost entirely out of a very unlikely material - paper.

The Politics of Facebook

With the social media becoming an important political battleground, is Facebook affecting friendships and trying to influence our political leanings?

Is the American Middle Class Losing Out to China and India

Free trade is a winning strategy that will lower consumer costs and expand employment in exporting industries.

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