Delhi’s Infamous Tihar Jail Opens a Restaurant for the Public

New Delhi’s infamous Tihar Jail—home to more than 13,000 inmates—has opened a restaurant that serves comfort food crafted by criminals.

Bollywood's Answer to Four Lions

The film will be Bollywood's first mainstream comedy to deal with terrorism.

Indian-Origin Steward On-Board MH17

An Indian origin flight steward was among the fifteen crew members on-board the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17

Between Life and Mere Living

It was heartening to read that the Supreme Court (SC) has finally opened the debate on the controversial subject of euthanasia.

Infosys Sued by Former US Employees Over Hindi Bias

Former US employees of India's leading software services firm Infosys have filed a lawsuit against it alleging discrimination because of their inability to communicate in Hindi

Indian Club’s Ban on Dhotis

A regional leader in southern India condemned “sartorial despotism” after a posh English-style cricket club denied entry to several men wearing traditional Indian wraparound garments.

Satyam Founder Penalized in Fraud

India's securities regulator on Tuesday ordered the founder and former executives of Satyam Computer Services Ltd. to disgorge more than $300 million in alleged gains from an accounting scandal that came to light in 2009

Liquid Gold

Milk banking can help tackle child mortality as long as it is part of a larger strategy to promote breastfeeding

Life in Exile

Twenty years after she was expelled from Bangladesh, controversial author Taslima Nasreen still has no idea whether she will ever return home, but she refuses to give up trying

Can India Counter China’s Ambitions

New Development Bank approved at Brazil summit may pose challenge to World Bank, IMF but it’s emerging that India is playing second fiddle to China

Microsoft Set for Biggest Job Cut In Its History

What could be the deepest job cuts in the company's 39-year history come five months into the tenure of Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella

US Senate Grills Official For Strategic Uncertainty Over India

US President Barack Obama’s India policy, or the lack of it, came under withering attack at a Senate hearing on Wednesday in the run up to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's upcoming visit to Washington.

India Blowing Things Out of Proportion

Former England captain Michael Vaughan said the visiting Indians were blowing things out of proportion in an attempt to unsettle the home team.

Tuk-tuk to London

In 2015, one ambitious Indian engineer plans to take his solar-powered tuk-tuk all the way from Bangalore to London in 90 days.

After Bollywood

How India's film festival boom is boosting indie cinema

China's Apple Comes to India

Xiaomi has on Tuesday launched its first smartphone for the Indian market

BRICS Development Bank Launched, First President From India

Leaders of the BRICS group of emerging powers on Tuesday created a Shanghai-based development bank and a reserve fund seen as counterweights to Western-led financial institutions.

US Loses Trade Spat to China, India

The World Trade Organisation (WTO) has found the United States violated global trade rules when it imposed tariffs on products from China and India.

The Inquisitors Arrive

Hindu fundamentalists have viewed Goa’s Catholics as an impediment to their larger aim of ‘Bharat’ becoming a ‘Hindu nation’.

Understanding the New Rules of Digital Journalism

In a changing media landscape, no newspaper has the final say on anything.

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