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Why is Google Focusing on India

Google released a series of products in India Tuesday to connect more of the country’s 1.3 billion people to the world, even if they have poor or no internet connection.

6-Year-Old Indian Chef On The Ellen DeGeneres Show

YouTube sensation and young chef Nihal Raj, also known as Kicha, showcased his cookery skills on the popular American chat show "The Ellen DeGeneres Show".

Interest of Global Tech Giants Revives in Indian Startup Space

Apple's recent acquisition of Indian machine-learning startup Tuplejump offers further evidence of a revival in the interest of global technology giants in the country's startup space, especially in areas such as artificial intelligence, cloud infrastructure and automation.

Police to Investigate Coronation Street Actor Marc Anwar's Tweets

Police have said they are investigating comments made by the Coronation Street actor Marc Anwar about Indians as a potential hate crime.

South Asia's Disposable Women

A new report has called for the practice of some British Asian men mistreating women and leaving them soon after getting married in South Asia, to be treated as a form of domestic violence.

How India's Response to Pakistan Weakens Sharif

Taking India's campaign to internationally isolate Pakistan even further, Sushma Swaraj said that "in our midst, there are nations that still speak the language of terrorism, that nurture it, peddle it, and export it.

CFL Firms Follow Rules in Europe But Not in India

The Centre today claimed before Delhi High Court that manufacturers of CFL bulbs, mostly multinational firms, do not want to adhere to the new e-waste management rules in India though they complied with similar regulations in Europe and other countries.

UM Plans to Export Made-in-India Motorcycles to USA

UM Motorcycles has likely eyed a cost advantage in manufacturing from India and making huge margins by selling their models in the USA.

Indian Footballer Aditi Makes Stellar Comeback in UK

Last year, the 24-year-old Chauhan became the first Indian female footballer to play for a professional club in the United Kingdom.

China, India Seen to Boost Asian Refining And Marketing Industry

Slow but steady demand growth from China and India underpins its stable outlook for the Asian refining and marketing (R&M) industry.

India’s Uri Evidence Fails to Convince US

As Pakistan and India once again locked horns for a possible military conflict in the wake of the Sept 18 Uri attack, the US is believed to have been quietly pushing New Delhi to take the military option off the table.

Donald Trump to Speak to Indian-Americans About Making America Great Again

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has praised the Hindu community's "fantastic" contributions to world civilisation and American culture.

Donald Trump Lauds Hindu Community's Fantastic Contributions To US

US' Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has praised Hindu community's "fantastic" contributions to world civilisation and American culture.

15 Hilarious Observations That Are 100% True For Indians

No matter what part of the country or the world we go to, there are certain mannerisms and habits that are so inherent to us Indians, they bind us.

Ten Bollywood Musical Dramas

From ‘Aashqui 2’, ‘Rockstar’ to ‘Taal’, Bollywood revels in weaving its plots around music.

I Eat For Instagram

How social media has changed the way we consume, see, present and shop for food.

Why India's Commercial Space Programme is Thriving

India's ability to launch multiple satellites in a single mission has also put it on firm footing in the global market.

India to Ratify Paris Climate Deal in October

India, one of the world's largest greenhouse gas emitters, will ratify the Paris global climate agreement pact next month

UK Soap Sacks Pakistan-Born Actor For Offensive India Tweets

Pakistan-born actor has been sacked from Britain's most popular television soap after posting what broadcaster ITV called Sunday "entirely unacceptable, racially offensive" comments about Indians on social media.

India to Push For Global Convention Against Terrorism at UN

The CCIT draft was first tabled by India at the UN in 1996, but met with opposition from the US, OIC and Latin America.

Indian Americans Launch Petition to Declare Pak Sponsor of Terror

The Indian-American community in the US has launched a White House petition to designate Pakistan a state sponsor of terrorism

India And France Sign Rafale Fighter Jet Deal

India has signed a formal agreement with France to buy 36 Rafale fighter jets for $8.7bn (7.8bn euros; £6.7bn), in a major defence deal.

Brand USA Targets 2.8 Million Indian Tourists by 2021

Brand USA, the destination marketing organisation for the US, is attempting to drive enough Indian visits to meet its stated goal of 2.8 million tourists by 2021.

The New Great Game in India-US Relations

Some analysts have called it Asia’s “New Great Game”. Others note the “tectonic geo-strategic shifts” taking place in the continent.

Why China is Caught in India-Pakistan Crossfire

In India’s new strategic calculus, fanning a smouldering Baluch resistance is tit-for-tat for Pakistan’s support of separatists in India-administered Kashmir.

No Exception On Helmet Rules For Sikh Workers In Canada

Three Sikh truck drivers have been ordered to wear hard hats at work by a Canadian court which ruled that no exception can be made for them as the men lost a 10-year-long legal battle against religious discrimination.

Saudi Seeking Deeper Ties With India

Saudi is also close ally of Pakistan and it remains to be seen how the Kingdoms deepening ties with India will affect the historical ties between the two countries.

Wild Gazing in Africa And India

The difference between an African and Indian jungle safari tells you how the two countries look at wildlife.

The 10 Richest Men In India

Forbes magazine has published its much-awaited annual list of the top hundred richest individuals in India.

2 Indian-American Scientists Bag Prestigious MacArthur Fellowship

Two Indian-American scientists are among 23 scientists who have won this year's prestigious MacArthur Fellowship for showing exceptional creativity in their respective fields.

America is Not The Greatest Country on Earth. It's No. 28

Every study ranking nations by health or living standards invariably offers Scandinavian social democracies a chance to show their quiet dominance.

Inside The Murky World of Indian Gymnastics

Dipa Karmakar’s stellar show at the Olympics owed nothing to the sport’s governing body, which has done everything in its power to nip any development in the bud.

The Power of Pink

The film has opened a much-needed debate about female consent, patriarchy and respect for women in India.

How Securing Startup Funding In India Differs From The U.S.

India and the US, two leading nations in tech innovation, are excellent subjects for examining universal elements of international startups, as well as differences.

Australia's ANZ Settles With India's Oswals, Takes $111 Million Hit

Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd (ANZ.AX) said it will take a A$145 million ($111 million) charge after reaching a settlement with an Indian couple who sued over the bank's role in an asset sale.

Navtej Sarna Appointed New Indian Ambassador to US

India's High Commissioner to Britain Navtej Sarna was today appointed as the next Ambassador to the US as that country prepares for a presidential transition.

Indian Businessmen to Explore Sectors For Investment in UAE

The industry-led panel discussion between India and the UAE will also highlight the goals of Indian entrepreneurs in the Middle East and the outlook for the future besides exploring strategic ties between both the countries.

Indian Cuisines Are a Huge Hit in Russia

From Tandoori chicken to Mutton Barra, Paneer Malai kofta to Sarso da saag, Indian restaurants in Russia are a huge hit among Russians and foreigners.

India Rips Pak Apart at UN, Calls it Terror Ground Zero

India today called Pakistan a "terrorist state" and accused it of carrying out "war crimes" against Indians through its "long-standing policy" of sponsoring terrorism.

31 Indian institutes in Times World University Rankings

In a boost to the government's drive to make the country's higher education institutions world class, a record 31 Indian institutes have found a place in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2016-17.

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