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Punjab Is Apparently The Tallest State In India.

On a global scale, India is not one of the tallest countries around. That title goes to the Dutch, followed by the folks of the Scandinavian region like the Swedes, Danish or Norwegians.

Inside Mysuru's Big Fat Royal Shaadi

In Grand Royal Wedding, Maharaja Of Mysuru Marries Princess From Rajasthan

An Indian Meal For Only Seven Cents

The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa's "amma canteens", which serve cheap meals to hundreds of thousands of people daily, have become immensely popular with the poor and the middle classes.

Implications of India’s Joining The Nuclear Suppliers Group

The USA’s decision to invite India to join the Nuclear Suppliers Group is a logical gesture to improve relations but could cause increased tensions on the subcontinent.

India Slips to 75th Place on Money in Swiss Banks

India has slipped to 75th place in terms of money held by its citizens with banks in Switzerland, while the UK remains on top.

India’s African Safari

June 2016 has seen an unprecedented intensification of India’s relationship with Africa.

The Indian Man Who Restored a 4,500-year-old Mummy

The mummy, believed to be that of Egyptian Princess Naishu, daughter of the Pharaoh VI, possibly born around 2,500 BC, was the pride of the museum since 1920, but had fallen into a state of disrepair.

July 4th, India And The USA

Upon declaration of our independence on July 4, 1776, the first three states in the world to recognize the sovereignty of the United States were; the Kings of Dutch Republic, Morocco and Mysore (India).

India, Cyprus Agree to New Tax Treaty

India and Cyprus have "successfully" completed negotiations on the bilateral tax treaty which provides for source-based taxation of capital gains on share sale.

Japanese, Chinese Realtors Bullish on Indian Real Estate

With the allowing of 100 per cent foreign direct investment (FDI) into the real estate industry and India's rising stature amongst the global investment community, the country has become a hot favourite for developers from Japan and China.

Sony to Defocus on India

In a recent investors meet, Sony Mobiles announced that it would be defocusing from certain markets including India.

Actors Of Indian Origin Who Are Making Us Proud In The World Of Firangi TV Shows

English television, it's safe to say, has now been a staple in the Indian entertainment consumer's diet for a while.

PM Modi Okays $1-billion Deal With US

The India-US strategic clinch continues to get tighter. Soon after the two finalised the bilateral military logistics pact, the US has bagged yet another mega arms deal to reassert its status as India's largest weapons supplier in recent years.

Bollywood Actor Criticised Over Islam Remarks

Muslim clerics have criticised Bollywood actor Irrfan Khan over comments he made about the practice of animal sacrifice in Islam.

India Eyes Separate Preferential Pact With UK After Brexit

Textiles are among the main exports to the United Kingdom from India besides machinery, petroleum products, leather, gems and jewellery, among others.

UK Drugs Regulator to Halt Approvals For Indian Clinical Trials Firm

The UK's healthcare regulator has decided to suspended marketing approval for a widely used antibiotic that had won clearance based on clinical trials

Two Indian Nationals Kidnapped In Nigeria

Suspected terrorists have kidnapped two Indian nationals from Gboko, a town in the Benue state of north-central Nigeria, family members of one of them here said today.

Gurpreet Sandhu First Indian To Play In The Europa League

Gurpreet Singh Sandhu has gone out and made history again... this time, he's become the first Indian player to play in the Europa League, club football's second-most prestigious tournament after the Champions League.

Freeing The Beagles of Bengaluru

The story behind the largest release of lab beagles in the world in Bengaluru—and the people who made it possible

India, The Final Frontier For Google And Facebook

Google and Facebook are fighting it out for digital dominance in India, seen as the last big market for Internet companies, with a fast-growing user base that’s second only to China’s.

July 1991—The Month That Changed India

The 1991 reforms had intellectual clarity as well as internal consistency 183 The 1991 reforms had intellectual clarity as well as internal consistency 183 The 1991 reforms had intellectual clarity as well as internal consistency.

US Not Letting go of India's NSG Membership

India has a strong record and we believe deserves to be included in the NSG," US State Department spokesman John Kirby said in a media briefing

Tourism Can Support 46 mn Jobs in India by 2025

Travel and tourism sector in India has the potential to grow much faster and support 46 million jobs by 2025, provided the right investments and policies continue to be implemented, US Ambassador Richard Verma said on Wednesday.

China Slams USA Comment About India's NSG Membership

US Under Secretary had said one country can break consensus in the 48-nation atomic trading bloc and insisted that such member should be held accountable.

10,000 People to Take Part in Modi's Reception in South Africa

South Africa and India are intertwined through a sense of cultural kinship,affinity and shared history.

4 Indian-Americans Honoured With Great Immigrants Award

Indian-origin Google CEO Sunder Pichai and three other Indian-Americans are among the 42 US nationals honoured with this years prestigious "Great Immigrants: The Pride of America" award.

1,200 Indians to Shell out Half-a-million Dollars For US Green Card

About 1,200 Indians have queued up to shell out half-a-million US dollars each to migrate to the US through a government sponsored 'invest in the US and get a green card scheme', according to immigration consultants.

Tata Steel Fears That UK Political Situation May Derail Sale

Fresh concerns have emerged over the future of Tata Steel's UK assets, which include the huge Port Talbot works.

Brett Lee Makes His Bollywood Debut With UnIndian

After impressing us with his bowling prowess on field, Australian cricketer Brett Lee is set to show his acting chops on the big screen.

GOPIO Urges Indian Government to Bolster Ties With Diaspora

With over 200 delegates from 20 countries in attendance, the two-day biennial convention of Global Organization of People of Indian Origin in New York last week served as an international forum .

With EU Losing Shine, India in a Sweet Spot

US Fed postponing the rate hike on back of volatility is good news for the global markets especially emerging markets

India to Participate in Diaspora Summit in Singapore

India will participate in a diaspora convention here next month with six international financial institutions, including the World Bank, where opportunities of project financing in South Asia, particularly India, is likely to be discussed.

After China, MATTA Now Eyeing Tourists From India

Tourism industry players are luring tourists from India, as the market had previously been overlooked in favour of the China market.

PM to Visit 4 African Nations Next Month

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit four African nations—-Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania and Kenya—- from July 7 to 11.

A Day in Sydney’s Little India

Over the last decade, local chefs and beauticians have turned Harris Park into a subcontinental sanctuary.

Will India Vote For an LGBT Resolution at UN

On Thursday, India will vote on a resolution at the United Nations that seeks to establish an independent expert on sexual orientation and gender identity at the human rights council.

Indian-Origin BBC Reporter Faces Racist Abuse In UK

An Indian-origin BBC reporter faced racist abuse on the streets of her hometown in southern England today while she was reporting on Brexit vote.

Four Indian Startups That Are Fighting Cancer

Cancer research has set off a raging debate between entrepreneurs with a social mission and investors who sense ripe business potential.

Our Constitutional Time Bombs

There are clauses in our Constitution that are a cause for worry. Because we are forgetting the distinction between a principle and a law.

Are China And India The New Colonial Powers in Africa?

While China and India’s trade with Africa does resemble the traditional model of colonial trade, it extends to investments and projects that aim to cater local demand

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