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NRI Told to Repay Site Price at Current Guidance Value

The High Court on Monday directed Joseph Chacko, who is accused of duping NRIs of over Rs 500 crore by promising them sites in Bengaluru, to return the amount at the present guidance value.

Top Tech Buyers to Listen to Pitches From Indian Startups

After several years of outsourcing software development and maintenance to India's $160 billion IT industry, these technology customers are starting to leverage India for a different purpose — to meet some of the country's most innovative startups.

U.S. Defence Secretary Visits India

U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter began a three-day visit to India seeking to advance a relatively new defence relationship with a country Washington sees as a counterweight to the growing power of China.

Welcome to Indian Safari in South Africa

South Africa's political community is brimming with stories of India's unprecedented influence in the country, but Durban-based Penumala Pratap Kumar isn't celebrating.

Carter's Two-week Trip Starts in India

U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter began a three-day visit to India on Sunday, seeking to advance a relatively new defense relationship with a country Washington sees as a counterweight to the growing power of China.

Why Are Some Indians Worshipping a Cartoon Mouse

Dinkoism is one of the world's newest faiths having only been created by atheists in 2008 as a vehicle for parodying the excesses of organised religion.

India's Untold Tragedy

The number of suicides by housewives was over 250% more than the farmers. They also comprised 47% of the total female victims.

The Woman Who Took on a 400-year-old Tradition And Won

The denial of access to women to the Shani Shingnapur temple is just one of the more substantive stereotypes that Trupti Desai has just shattered.

Amitabh Bachchan Breaks Silence on Panama Tax Evasion

Monies that I have remitted overseas have been in compliance with law, including remittances through LRS, after paying Indian taxes.

More Couples Inking Prenups to Avoid Ugly Divorce Battles

With the number of divorce petitions in Bengaluru touching 7,000 in 2015, up from around 2,500 in 2005, many are going in for prenup to ensure things are clear when the marriage is on the rocks.

In India Only Cricketers Are Superstars

Indian cricket fans remember his explosive batting and record-breaking wicket-keeping in ODIs and Tests. But Adam Gilchrist is playing on a different wicket these days and batting for Australian education in India.

The Purani Dilli Courtyard

One ‘haveli’ in Old Delhi is now a heritage hotel. There are others that have survived and are a repository of stories and memories

Globe of Fire

Outside the Puttingal temple there was an eerie silence one night after the fire tragedy.

Does India Have Any Interest In Ties With SE Asia

Having MoUs and agreements signed in the past, we have learnt, based on our relations with India, that we need to be careful about whether we are able to follow up on what we had committed to.

India Doesn’t Need Lectures on Religious Freedom From The UK

What India should do instead is to respond to such House of Lords adventures strongly and ensure that repeat attempts are not made. The US shows the way on how to do this.

British Royals Enjoy Cricket and Bollywood on India Tour

William and Kate received a warm reception at the western Indian city's famous park as they met representatives from three charities and chatted and played ball games with disadvantaged children.

Troubled Guptas Lack Clout in India

The alleged involvement of the Indian business family the Guptas in fixing cabinet posts in South Africa has barely caused a ripple in Indian media or political circles.

Iran Tells India to Pay for Oil in Euro

Iran has stopped selling oil to India for rupees and now demands payment in euros only.

Duke and Duchess Begin India Tour

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have arrived in Mumbai at the start of a seven-day tour of India and Bhutan.

Naela Quadri Denies India’s Role in Baloch Struggle

India, despite its strategic interests, has not been forthcoming in support to the Balochistan freedom movement, rebutting Islamabad’s allegations that New Delhi was instigating separatist trouble there.

Singapore Looking at Upgrading Indian Cities

After providing the master plan for developing Andhra Pradesh's new capital Amaravati, Singapore is looking at "retrofitting" of more Indian cities and plans to upgrade the transportation sector.

India Cautions Britain Against Tightening Norms

India has told Britain that by tightening norms for skilled foreign workers it was mixing up Intra Company Transfers (ICTs) with immigration and this could affect bilateral ties.

South Africa's Gupta Family Quits firm Amid Furore Over Zuma ties

outh Africa's beleaguered Gupta family has decided to quit their company amid increasing calls for a probe into the Indian-origin business barons' alleged influence in the government through links with President Jacob Zuma, whose son also resigned from the firm after the furore.

India Censors Ridiculed Over Jungle Book Rating

India's censor board has given Disney's Jungle Book a U/A certificate, meaning that children will not be able to watch the film without adult supervision.

Finally, an Indian Beer to Savour

Why one should happily switch from 571-year-old Hoegaarden to toddler upstart Bira 9.

Singapore Reaffirms Friendship With India

Heng cited 50 years of successful bilateral diplomatic ties to reaffirm his country's partnership and friendship with India.

Living in India

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive in Mumbai on Sunday 10 April as they begin a weeklong visit to India and neighbouring Bhutan. They follow in the footsteps of the Queen.

Will & Kate Set to dDepart For India

Prince William and Duchess Kate will head to India and Bhutan Sunday, leaving behind their baby royals, George and Charlotte, but getting far away from carping critics in the London media.

Debunking 400-year-old Tradition

In a historic decision, the Shani Shingnapur temple authorities debunked its 400-year-old tradition, allowing women devotees to enter the inner sanctum of the temple to offer prayers.

Pakistan, India Peace Talks Suspended

Pakistan's ambassador to India has said the peace process between India and Pakistan is currently suspended.

India Ramps up Its Africa Engagement

Prime minister Narendra Modi is preparing to embark on a high-voltage visit to Africa this summer.

China Supports India in Solar Dispute at WTO

India is preparing an appeal against the WTO ruling against its solar power programme, says environment minister Prakash Javadekar.

NHS Considers Hiring GPs From India

Education bosses sign ‘memorandum of understanding’ with Indian hospital chain that could lead to flow of staff into the UK.

Mumbai Security Alert Ahead of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's India Visit

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will travel to India at the weekend as security is tightened following a police warning of a possible terror threat.

U.S. For Stronger Ties With India

What we are looking for is a closer relationship and a stronger relationship as we can, because it is geo-politically grounded.

Indian Students Face Deportation Over US Visa Fraud

Mostly Indian and Chinese students are among over 1,000 people facing deportation from the US after being caught in an undercover operation that involved a fake university set up by the US government to catch visa fraud.

80-year-old NRI Walks From Kanyakumari to Delhi for Charity

An 80-year-old NRI based in the UK concluded his 3,000-km walk from Kanyakumari to Delhi on Thursday to spread awareness about blindness and raise funds.

Panama Papers: Thickest File is on NRI Hedge Fund Manager in US Prison

The assets of FCCF are listed as the balance in a bank account and 100% of the shares of an offshore Panamanian Corporation bought in 2007 named Opler Company Consulting Corp with a bank account in the Wintherbotham Merchant Bank of Bahamas.

Coaching The Coaches

At the top of sports coaching in India, behind the empty incantations of the guru-shishya parampara, there lie patches of silent darkness.

Uber Versus Indian Rickshaw

What is mightier, the tuk tuk or the taxi?

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