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Vietnam Keen to Tap India's Bollywood Tourism

India and Vietnam could see a welcome jump to the poor tourist figures to each other's countries.

Indian-American Named to Key Post in US Island Territory

Indian-American lawyer Reena Patel has been named civil division chief in the attorney general's office in the Northern Mariana Islands

India Slaps 14 Carmakers With $420 Million Antitrust Fine

India’s antitrust regulator fined 14 carmakers a combined 25.4 billion rupees ($420 million) for stifling competition in the market for spare parts as the industry faces similar scrutiny in China.

US NRIs’ Interest in Indian Realty Revives

A stable government at the centre, pragmatic policies and impending reforms has all convinced US NRIs to look at Indian realty.

India-Born Author Brings Mirza Ghalib to Americans

India-born author Surinder Deol has penned a new English translation of Mirza Ghalib's works to bring the famous Urdu poet to North Americans

How to Snag an IIT-IIM Husband

The definitive guide for the ambitious Indian girl

Why India Has a Touchy Relationship with English

Recent street protests over a test aspiring bureaucrats must take shines a light on India's touchy relationship with English

Why We Work

Religious Head would rather Dawoodi Bohra women learn home science instead of pursuing careers and callings.

A Rejuvenating Career

Improved health awareness and exposure to global beauty and ­fashion trends are driving growth in the wellness space.

India’s Giant Leap a Month Away

With exactly a month left for the Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) to enter the Red Planet's orbit, Isro on Sunday activated a navigation technique to check the spacecraft's position on a daily basis.

Delhi’s Export: Bollywood Pride

Delhi-grown Bollywood celebs, who’ve not only given us a reason to smile, but also added a filmy twist to the Capital curry.

Where India's Rich Techies Are Putting Money

Tech Investors Bet On Indian Software Product Story

Hyderabad's Desi Rival to Ice Bucket Challenge

The Ice Bucket Challenge has a desi rival, Rice Bucket Challenge.

An Open Door For Those in Search of Moksha

As per Hindu mythology, those who die here go to heaven.

New York’s India Day Parade

Why FIA calls it the ‘greatest’ Independence Day celebrations.

Wining With the West

Indian winemakers are wooing the world. And yes, the interest is being reciprocated

End of the Line for India’s Ambassdor

Impervious to history or nostalgia, waits for no one and marches relentlessly on.

Indira Gandhi assassination: Controversial Film Blocked

India has blocked the release of a film on the assassination of former Indian prime minister Indira Gandhi, after complaints it glorified her killers.

Indian Brands Encourage User-generated Advertising

A new advertising trend has sprung up in India recently, with brands encouraging customers not just to buy products, but be involved in promotional campaigns too.

F1 Will Not Return to India in 2015

Formula One fans in India will have to wait another year to indulge in some live-action, if at all.

Indian-Origin Boy Hailed Brightest Student in Britain

An Indian-origin student, who scored a perfect five in his main subjects with 100 per cent marks across the board, is being hailed as the brightest student in Britain.

Tapping the Pulse of Generation Now

What do our youth feel about politics, religion and family?

No-poo Movement Reaches India

The latest fad is really radical — it says `no' to shampoo.

India Renews Focus on Tourism to Boost Economy

Indian finance minister Arun Jaitley has emphasised the role of tourism in creating jobs for the country, calling it a low-hanging fruit.

Those Golden Days

This is guaranteed to make you nostalgic and long for the days when your only worry in the world was the homework you had neglected:

Five Indian Firms Among Forbes' Most Innovative

Five Indian companies, including Hindustan UnileverBSE -0.22 % and Tata Consultancy Services, are among Forbes' list of the world's 100 most innovative companies that investors think are most likely to "generate big, new growth ideas".

Partition of India

In 1947, when India split from Pakistan, millions of people were forced to leave their homes because of inter-religious violence.

Why India is Struggling to Attract Tourists

With competition for tourists increasing from countries across the region, it is getting harder to attract visitors to India.

Indian Health Portal Match Maker For Doctors Abroad

The portal serves as a "match maker" between public and private medical institutions in India and from around the globe.

Man Who Took Yoga to the World Dies at 95

BKS Iyengar, the world’s best known and most widely followed yoga guru, died at the age of 95 in Pune

First Made-in-India Nuclear Submarine

The INS Arihant, country's first made-at-home nuclear submarine is being built in top secret conditions at Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh.

Make in India a Distant Dream

Low productivity, rigid labour laws and poor infrastructure are the bane of Indian manufacturing

What India Can Teach UK About Further Education

Whether it's the use of simulators in lessons or fingerprinting to track attendance, there's much UK colleges can learn from their Indian counterparts

Indain Makes Google Glass Clone for $100

While it took Google over a year to build its augmented-reality goggles, Google Glass, Arvind Sanjeev says he was able to replicate it in less than a month.

China Troops Enter Disputed India Territory

Chinese troops have advanced 25 to 30 km deep into Indian territory in Burtse area in Ladakh

Former Players Want Fletcher Out

India`s beleaguered cricketers have come under sharp criticism from former players who called for coach Duncan Fletcher`s immediate ouster.

Indian Taxi Companies Take on Uber

After complaining about US-based cab-hailing app Uber's payment processes to Reserve Bank of India, Indian taxi firms appear to have come round to the view that 'if you can't beat 'em, join 'em'.

Hindus Celebrate Krishna's Birthday

Hindus around the world are celebrating the festival of Janmashtami, marking the birth of Krishna, one of the most popular Gods in Hinduism.

India’s Independence Day Gift to England

India’s defeat evokes the highest civilizational principles and a truly heroic commitment to gratitude and forgiveness.

Indian-Origin Graduate Student Measures Rare Black Hole

A team of astronomers led by a student of Indian origin claims it has succeeded in accurately measuring a black hole about 400 times the mass of our sun.

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