TCS’s Cautious Note Will Unsettle IT Investors

Despite the lower-than-expected growth in the past couple of quarters, TCS continues to lead the industry in terms of growth.

Entering Politics Was a Mistake, Says Amitabh Bachchan

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan says entering politics was a mistake, and he will never again repeat the mistake.

3 Indian-Americans Honoured by The Indus Entrepreneurs

The awards were presented to Ken Bajaj, Frank Islam and Sharad Tak.

A Legendary Witness to History in India House

After India’s independence, several British citizens were employed in the high commission, but today Travis is the only Briton left.

Xiaomi's India Ban Exposes Wider Patent Risks

Xiaomi's India ban has halted its breakneck expansion into the world's fastest growing major smartphone market and could be the start of a string of patent challenges.

US Senate to Vote for PIO as Surgeon General

Democrats in the US are using their lame-duck majority to vote for an Indian-American physician as the next surgeon general before ceding control of the Senate.

No Visa Ban on India Labour

he Indian Ambassador to Kuwait has denied reports as ‘speculation’ that the government of Kuwait has stopped importing labor from India

US Does a U-turn, Lauds India's IPR

Obama administration content with Modi govt taking 'baby steps' to improving country's weak IPR laws

In Tennis, the Way to Go is Slow

Can India follow the example of Spain and France and build its future players on clay?

Hindujas Acquire Iconic London Building

Hindujas to turn Winston Churchill's World War II office into hotel.

AR Rahman in the Race for Oscar Again

AR Rahman, the double Oscar winning Indian composer, is once again in contention in the race for an Academy Award.

Migration New Mantra for Indian Priests

ver the past 40 years, temples in America have proliferated from one in the 1970s to around 700 today, opening up prospects for hundreds of Hindu priests.

Fragrances of India

As I breathe in, my mind takes a flight down memory lane as my sense of smell dreamily hovers over the many delicious fragrances of my motherland, India.

Uber Under Attack Around the Globe

The faster Uber Technologies Inc. grows, the more roadblocks it hits.

A Spiritual High: Climbing Adam’s Peak in Sri Lanka

Sri Pada, which bears a 'footprint' sacred to Muslims, Christians, Hindus and Buddhists, is traditionally climbed at night to see the sunrise from the peak.

Christie's Second India Auction Nets $12m

London-based auction house Christie's has raised more than $12m (£7.6m) at its second art sale in India, exceeding its pre-sale expectations.

Desi Mr Bean to James Bond

An anonymous artist – or a group of artists – known as GuessWho, has been decorating the Fort Kochi region of Kochi with some amazing graffiti artwork.

Can Yoga Solve Climate Change

The UN has adopted a resolution declaring June 21st as the International Yoga Day.

India's Year on Twitter

PM Modi gets highest RTs, Big B has most followers.

US Troubled by Reports of Crimean Leader's India Visit

The United States is "troubled" by the reports of the 'Head of the Republic of Crimea' accompanying Russian President Vladimir Putin to India.

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