Remembering The Golden Days of Kathakali

In the south Indian village of Vellinezhi something rare is happening - the villagers, hearing the drums, are making their way to an outdoor stage lit by brass lamps.

Feminization of Indian Agriculture

Their contribution may well be the answer to a sector which is under crisis from farmer suicide.

Is India's Outrage Over Coldplay Justified

Our anxiety about how the world sees us makes us ultra sensitive to a video like this.

Priyanka Chopra Will be Presenting at the Oscars This Year

Actress priyanka Chopra will be on the Red Carpet as one of the preesenters at Hollywood's biggest night

Chasing the Lure of a Royal Past With Greyhound Racing

There were greyhounds from Canada, from Ireland and England, and a few from the United States.

Shani Temple, Haji Ali And Now Article 377

The challenge to status quo is a sign that the society is intellectually alive and kicking. The hope for change is not dead yet.

Modernists And The Evolution of Modern Indian Art

The collection is replete with history, from a 1938 work by Ramkinkar Baij, to handwritten comments by the artists.

Indian-Origin Girls Scored More Than Albert Einstein

Two Indian-origin girls have achieved the maximum score of 162 in the Mensa test in a month.

61% Indians Aged 45-Plus Want to Retire

Nearly 61 per cent working population in India aged 45 plus want to retire in the next five years, with the majority saying work-related pressure is affecting their mental and physical health.

No Longer a Tree

Goas's Decision to downgrade coconut palm causes outrage.

The Doctor Who Delivers India's Girls For Free

An Indian doctor is on a unique mission to save the female child - he waives his fee if a girl is born in his hospital.

The Sikh Man Who Stood up to Trump

In the last days of campaigning, Donald Trump is still leading the polls - and making headlines.

The Studio Without Walls

A reflection on mobile serendipity, Photoshop, and the brides and grooms who look too good in their wedding photos

Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali making Colgate and Unilever sweat

A tilt in consumer preferences toward what ‘Forbes’ has labelled India’s Body Shop is becoming hard to write off as a passing fad.

The Red Bulb Stays On

In this age of digital photography, 66-year-old Bikash Bose still manually develops and prints black and white photos

The New Wave of Indian Bikers

Bikers often go to great lengths to make a bike visually represent their own style and character, from the paint job to the leather trims and everything in between.

Is Akshay Kumar’s Airlift Selling a Lie to Indians

The film implies that India’s ambassador to Iraq failed to come to people’s rescue.

Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis Win Aussie Open

In a perfect climax to their stupendous run, Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis were today crowned the Australian Open women's doubles champions.

Patanjali Eats Into Colgate's Toothpaste Market

Haridwar-based Patanjali Ayurved, run by yoga guru Baba Ramdev, has garnered a 4.5% market share in the toothpaste segment.

Send 10k PhD Students Each Year to US

Infosys co-founder N R Narayana Murthy has said India and the US should work on an agreement to send 10,000 Indian students to the US to do their PhDs

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