Human rights group in India have protested against the "mistreatment" of a female athlete arrested on allegations of rape and charges that she is actually male.
What's the best way to impress employers - having tons of Twitter followers, or a flashy CV
Arjun autobiography hits out at Rao, steers clear of direct criticism of Nehru-Gandhi family
From the dizzying heights of stardom to the depths of despair, the Rajesh Khanna story is unsurpassable
GlaxoSmithKline LLC will pay $3 billion and plead guilty to promoting two popular drugs for unapproved uses and to failing to disclose important safety information.
The owners of the British luxury liner P&O Cruises have sacked 150 Indian waiters for protesting wages as low as 75 pence per hour – eight times below the national minimum.
If you check out the stunning diva in Jhalak Dikhhlaa Jaa 5 or at Esha Deol's wedding reception, you go down the memory lane, back to the '90s era.
Indian information technology and back-office companies can look forward to deals worth up to $22 billion
This summer has been the hottest in decades for the national capital.
Mid-segment to high-end luxury brands like Marks & Spencer, Tom Ford and S Oliver, and several others are rolling out products specific to India to boost sales.
If the world really is going to end this winter, then it means Andy Murray has only one more chance of winning Wimbledon and Manchester City will go to eternity as Premier League champions, a thought far more horrifying for Manchester United fans than Armageddon itself.
Be it in titles or story, kites are finding renewed popularity in the film world. Most such projects are set in Gujarat, where colourful kites of all shapes and sizes dot the sky around Independence Day and Makar Sankranti every year.
The objective is to provide job readiness and augment employability of potential overseas migrants in the international labour market, especially the high-demand sectors of hospitality and healthcare,
Sometimes we struggle to remember our email password and recalling the name of an acquaintance becomes as hard as solving a tough riddle. Why does our memory fail us?
Once a city of pulsing vigour and life, India’s showpiece city is in steep decline—physically, intellectually and in terms of its inclusive spirit
The UN's cultural agency, Unesco, has voted to add the Western Ghats of India to the list of World Heritage Sites.
A remote Himachal Pradesh community famed for its hashish draws tourists from around the world.
he weekend was pretty disastrous for websites around the Internet. First, storms in United States knocked out power in Amazon's data centres, and with it, around 1% of American websites.
In today's Britain, which prides itself on being a tolerant and integrated society, the case has stripped away the skin to expose the racial sores festering beneath.
Even as NASA's latest multi-billion dollar Mars exploration rover — a robot called 'Curiosity' — is set to land on the neighbouring planet's surface in the next 34 days, an important discovery has been made at Mata no Madh — a small village nestled near Bhuj in Kutch district.
From the streets to the halls of power, Bangalore’s liquor industry has shaped the city’s destiny for more than a century
Al Qaeda is plotting a terrorist attack on a US airliner, Britain's Sunday Times newspaper reported, citing intelligence sources.
The Indian cricket board on Saturday slapped heavy punishments on five domestic players caught in a sensational TV sting on IPL spot-fixing. The Board of Control for Cricket in India
An Irish tycoon who has gone bust faces the prospect of being jailed for not surrendering his properties, among other countries, in India.
We need to understand the dilemma of the school principal who denied admission to two child brides.
Young adults in India's IT metropolis are pushing the boundaries of what can be purchased on credit.
This city of one million people now has a Gandi, Maharaja, Samrat, Indian Taj and Mount Everest, to name just a few. But one interesting thing is most of these restaurants are run by either Nepalese or Bangladeshis.
Basdeo Panday, Trinidad and Tobago's first Indian-origin prime minister, has been acquitted of charges of failing to declare his assets in a London bank.
Guo Qinglan was one of India’s rare living links with pre-revolutionary China
Pakistani officials say they are doing their best to save one of the most important archaeological sites in south Asia, Mohenjo Daro. But some experts fear the Bronze Age site could be lost unless radical steps are taken.
arclays, HSBC, Lloyds and RBS have admitted to mis-selling interest rate hedges to small and medium sized business customers and agreed to compensate them as well as stop selling the most complex products
As the U.S.-led coalition in Afghanistan prepares for the pullout of combat troops by 2014, India cautiously positioned itself Thursday to expand its role in the country’s postwar stabilization by helping direct global business investment there.
Parents in India work hard to get their children vaccinated, while in the U.S. some resist vaccines.
So Manmohan Singh, who seemed to be sleepwalking through much of UPA-2, wants to “revive the animal spirits of the economy” and “reverse the climate of pessimism” in the country.
Indian business enterprises showed keen interest in the inaugural edition of the Sri Lanka Premier League (SLPL) and bought all the seven contesting franchises on offer, even as the BCCI decided not to allow its players to participate in the Twenty20 league.
A US court has ruled that neither Union Carbide Corporation (UCC) nor its former chairman Warren Anderson were liable for environmental remediation (reversing or stopping environmental damage) or pollution-related claims by those living around its now-defunct plant in Bhopal, where a gas leak in 1984 killed thousands of people 1984 killed thousands of people.
According to the new selection norms, the candidates will not just have to clear the JEE mains and the advanced exams, they should also be from the top slice of each board.
UK's emergency 999 number completes 75 years this weekend and police records indicate that the number routinely attracts crank and hoax callers, as well as large number of callers of Indian origin who can only speak Bengali, Tamil and Punjabi.
the actor reportedly paid $105,000 in 2003 for the gem-studded toilet seat, featuring rubies, sapphires, pearls and a diamond.
Outsourcing has never been a popular term in the Western countries that lose jobs to emerging markets, but it has become positively toxic in the current United States presidential campaign.