They hunt for treasure tossed into holy river; mostly coins, coconuts.
The indomitable former captain believes Mahendra Singh Dhoni will be a ‘huge force’ at the forthcoming world cup
India has for the first time managed to find a place among the top three countries generating the maximum number of billionaires in the world.
Mohammaed Ashrafi, 50, who is known to have operated in Leicester and London, also called himself Kamalji.
Information technology (IT) companies in the city may soon be snooping on their employees' surfing habits to check if they are accessing terror-related information on the internet.
Even after the intervention by Vatican’s Secretary of State office the visa applications were kept pending.
Described as a “hidden gem,” the Bombay-style café offers Indian dishes with a twist.
Rallies in New Delhi
A student in the Indian capital, Delhi, has hit back at controversial rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh
The BJP which prides itself as “efficient administrators” has done a really a sloppy job of planning and executing the Delhi campaign.
For the first time in over two decades there will be no Tendulkar. He will be missed.
India needs to think beyond the welcome mat to boost tourism
Ask anyone about Indian food and one of the few dishes they immediately recall is butter chicken.
I would fundamentally point to the fact that this is a US-India effort and it's not necessarily to counterweight anyone.
Indians are among top buyers in Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest residential tower.
Dialogue have always formed an essential part in our films and also help in making certain roles memorable.
New outsourcing frontier in India.
Every four years since 1983, the question has been asked in India with a mixture of hope and uncertainty.
Media in India praise "evergreen" tennis star Leander Paes for winning his 15th Grand Slam title.
Is there a batsman who combines beauty, technique, aggression and grit better than him?
The cities include Mumbai, Pune and Kolkatta.
The ecosystem is even harder for certain types of online businesses, and that's because of the rules contained within the Information Technology Act.
Fear of large scale retrenchment for the first time prompted professionals from the IT industry to come together under one platform to initiate a joint struggle.
Ayurveda is the ancient science of natural medicine with roots going to back Vedic India.
China’s authoritarian government has some advantages—for now.
Legendary Indian cartoonist RK Laxman has died aged 94.
US President Barack Obama's recent Delhi visit reflects a new direction in Indian foreign policy.
An Indian-origin anesthesiologist is among five medical personnel who have been slapped with a multi-million dollar lawsuit.
Part of the improvement in bilateral relations has to do with the personal chemistry between the two, which by all accounts appears warm and genuine.
India has challenged a World Trade Organization (WTO) ruling, asking it to lift a ban on the import of poultry from the US.
The deal has been put down to personal chemistry between Mr Obama and Mr Modi.
President Obama was welcomed with a warm hug by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and an invite to an elaborate lunch at the Hyderabad House in New Delhi.
In the Hindu sacred texts called Upanishads, it is explicitly mentioned that “In the beginning there was the word and the word was Om.”
This comes in the wake of the two nations agreeing to enhance engagement on IPR at the latest bilateral talks.
Why does Geography feel less critical to innovation these days.
Kiran Bedi joins the BJP, giving a dramatic twist to the Delhi assembly elections.
The author disappeared from public view earlier this week and announced he would no longer write books.
Ranjeet Singh is no Michael Jackson but he ‘moonwalks’ with the same finesse as the king of pop.
Bobby Jindal has said that his parents came to the US from India four decades ago to become Americans and not Indian-Americans.
A US judge has dismissed a lawsuit charging Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi with crimes against humanity during the 2002 Gujarat riots.