A slew of shutdowns and curfews in the past few years have made many Kashmiris turn to fishing as a pastime.
The International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) annual report says that at $1.4 billion, India is also the biggest consumer market for opiate in South Asia.
Traditional Indian handloom textiles may have made international fashion statements, but their estimated over 5 million creators in villages across the country are battling shrinking resources, under-exposure and loss of livelihood.
Indian American Dharun Ravi urged other students to spy on his roommate's gay date, a New Jersey court was told as defence suggested a key witness agreed to testify to have criminal charges against her dropped.
KFC and Pizza Hut parent Yum Brands Inc is hoping this Western fast-food phenomenon reaches millions more Indians as it tries to mirror the success story of China, which now contributes half of its operating profit.
Indian and American military officials are working closely to fight a common enemy, Pakistan’s Lashkar-e-Taiba.
India’s economic growth slowed to its weakest annual pace in almost three years
There is a good chance young people growing up in today's always-wired world will eventually become bright, nimble decision makers
The Indian pharmaceutical majors who are set to sell Lipitor in the US market are likely to be hit by an unexpected price erosion.
The report contends that India can't "entirely dismiss the possibility of a major military offensive in Arunachal Pradesh or Ladakh".
Steeped in drugs, drinks and despair with empty, forlorn looks on their faces, many of these are desperate to return to India, but feel trapped because they can't.
The United States is having "very intense and very blunt" conversations with India, China and Turkey on reducing their dependence on Iranian oil, the Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has told lawmakers.
While India is on the verge of a population explosion, ironically the Lepcha community of Sikkim is on its way to fading away.
Compare India's metro cities to other world cities like Los Angeles and it seems Indian women are a lot safer in Indian cities with their lax policing and salivating men
The grandparents of the children, who are on a four-day protest in New Delhi since Monday demanding their custody be given to their family, expressed happiness over the decision.
Hindus in the US have been shocked by reports of proxy baptism of Mahatma Gandhi by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS) headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The new institutes are yet to be approved as IITs by the Parliament. As a result, the students graduating this year will not get an IIT degree for the time being.
The real source of income is its semen.
If Americans unintentionally get pregnant because they were on faulty birth control pills, can they sue?
The UPA government’s inability to govern is helping compound the mess it is in.
More and more tea makers are adding green tea in their portfolio as consumers in India are developing a taste for the beverage for its many health-promoting effects.
Since that year, Gujarat has never been the same again. The state is now notorious across India and the world.
The foreign ministers of India and Italy Tuesday sought to "clear the air" over the killing of two Indian fishermen by two Italian marines but failed to resolve their differences.
Indian-Americans would overwhelmingly vote for US President Barack Obama in the November presidential elections.
A US court has convicted three members of an Indian family on charges of sexually abusing their daughter-in-law, who moved to America after an arranged marriage.
The wholesome image of yoga took a hit in the past few weeks as a rising star of the discipline came tumbling back to earth.
A friend of Indian-American student Dharun Ravi, charged with spying on his gay roommate, has testified she received text messages from Ravi while she was questioned by police about the alleged act.
Majority of Indian-Americans visiting the five Indian diplomatic missions in the US come back with a bitter experience
Stratfor, the US intelligence analysis firm, was hired by Dow Chemical to spy on activists protesting against the 1984 Bhopal gas leak
A Nepalese man who stands no taller than a newborn has been declared the world's shortest man in history.
India is now using performance art as a revivalist and critiquing device, a tool of social intervention.
The naval guards responsible for killing two Indian fishermen will be tried according to Indian laws.
Initially limited to premium restaurants in five-star hotels, Japanese cuisine has been made more accessible by a host of popular fine dining restaurants
The Gulf State with a population of 1.7 million topped the list as the world's richest country per capita.
Bulldozers worked under floodlights to smash through the concrete structure, with trucks carrying away the debris.
The village in question, Koundla, 20 km from Hoshiapur town, was "mistakenly" clubbed by district election officials with the adjoining village and polling station of Bassi Chaura.
the wives of two of India's most famous cricketers jointly own a majority stake in Chennai-based Sports Mechanics
It was celebration time in India with the men's hockey team back in the Olympics after eight years.
The alleged perpetrators in India could be prosecuted under various sections of the Information Technology Act as well as the Indian Penal Code.
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