Brexit Will Hamper Movement of Professionals From India to UK

The implications of the UK leaving the Eu will be felt throughout, even in India.

Spain Joins Forces With Bollywood to Boost Tourism

Spain is coaxing Indian moviemakers to use its colourful fiestas and historic monuments as settings for their films, in a move to grab a bigger share of India’s fast-growing overseas tourism market.

Match Box Mania

A recent exhibition, titled "Matchbox Labels And The Stories They Tell", features some prominent trends and themes spanning the entire history of the matchbox industry.

Why Did India's Central Bank Governor Have to go

Raghuram Rajan, the governor of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), announced that he would not serve a second term, and instead return to his teaching job at the University of Chicago.

NRIs Can Now Join NPS Online

The finance ministry is hopeful of higher enrollment for both repatriable and non-repatriable schemes for NRIs in view of their attractive returns, low cost, flexibility and regulation by PFRDA.

Rejuvenated Zimbabwe Shock Mighty India by Two Runs

Zimbabwe rose from the ashes of an embarrassing one-day series whitewash at the hands of India to shock the tourists by two runs in a thrilling Twenty20 international at Harare Sports Club on Saturday.

Designer Burqas Make a Chic Style Statement

Once worn by Muslim women as a symbol of modesty, the traditional burqa has undergone a major transformation over the years.

Diaspora Engagement to be Back With PM Modi’s Africa Trip

After a brief break, diaspora engagements will be back with a bang in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s foreign trip from next month.

India's First Women Fighter Pilots Get Wings

Air Chief Arup Raha has already said that the woman fighters will get no preference and will be assigned as per requirements of the force.

Cringe Pop Creator Defies Her Critics

The song was intended to inspire women. It was supposed to highlight discrimination and misogyny and promote empowerment. But something didn't go quite right.

US Urges NSG Members to Support India's Membership

The United States calls on Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) participating governments to support India's application when it comes up at the NSG plenary.

Obama Nominates Indian-origin as Ambassador to Malaysia

If confirmed by the Senate, Kamala Shirin Lakhdhir, would replace Joseph Y Yun as the next US ambassador to Malaysia.

Indian Students Under F-1 Visa Can Work For Three Years in US

With the new guidelines in place, students enrolled under F-1 visa for accredited educational institutions in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) fields are now allowed, to work for as long as three years under the Optional Practical Training (OPT).

Indian Men’s Archery Team Fails to Qualify For Rio 2016 Olympics

India will not have a men’s archery team to compete in the Rio Games as it failed to make the cut in the Final Olympic Qualifying Tournament held on the sidelines of the World Cup Stage 3 at the Konyaalti Beach Park.

Why Are There Few Cold Foods in Indian Cuisine

Why does a hot country like India have few cold foods? The answers lie in indigenous ingredients and inherited wisdom

The Party Must go on

Gay nightlife thrives in India’s metros despite widespread prejudice against the community.

India's Surfing Craze

Florida native is considered ‘Surfing Swami’ in adopted India.

Life Sentences Over 2002 India Massacre

A court in India has sentenced 11 people to life in prison for their roles in a notorious massacre during the 2002 anti-Muslim riots in Gujarat.

Searching Europe for Tamil Heritage

Proselytism by western missionaries in the pre-independence period introduced Indians to Christianity.

South Africa Indians Plan Grand Reception to Welcome PM Modi

Johannesburg: South Africans of Indian origin are planning a grand reception for Prime Minister Narendra Modi when he visits their country next month.

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