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India 5th Biggest Exporter of Fake Goods

India is the fifth biggest exporter of fake goods globally, while China is on the top with a huge 63% share in the estimated half-a-trillion dollar worldwide imports of counterfeit and pirated goods.

Forging a Path for Women, Deep Into India’s Sacred Shrines

Public attention has forced the government in state of Maharashtra to enforce a court judgment allowing women into any part of a temple a man can enter.

India’s Sharp Growth Picture Gets Fuzzy

India’s economy expanded by 7.3% last year, outpacing every other major nation, including China, for the first time in nearly two decades.

Buddha in The City

Bengaluru-based psychiatrist red-flagged India’s impending mental health crisis,

India Unwittingly Backs China

By cancelling Dolkun Isa's visa, India has unwittingly sanctified the Chinese definition of who is a terrorist.

Mumbai Rapper Changes Tune of Indian Music

India's famed music scene is making room for a new generation, bearing turntables and a mic, instead of a sitar and drums.

NRI Seeks Right to be Forgotten Online

Right to delink broadly, provides that an individual may be allowed to control the information available about them on the web by removing such information in certain situations

Selling a Home From Across The Shores

Sealing a deal and handling the entire sale process from a remote destination can be a challenge.

U.S., India Discuss Anti-submarine Warfare

India and the United States are in talks to help each other track submarines in the Indian Ocean, military officials say, a move that could further tighten defence ties between New Delhi and Washington as China steps up its undersea activities.

Centre Refuses to Share Information on Bringing Back Kohinoor

An application was filed with the External Affairs Ministry seeking details of steps taken for return of Kohinoor along with copies of letters written to and response received from the United Kingdom in this regard.

Donald Trump is Spooking Indian Outsourcers

While presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump may be making shrill claims on immigration and job losses in the US, Indians working in the country aren't overly concerned.

India Wants to Show Off Its Culinary Pride

India is taking the cue from many Southeast Asian nations to promote food tourism through festivals and global events, such as the World Food Congress. Read More :

India Races Ahead of US in Smartphone Market

India's smartphone market grew 23% in Q1 2016, surpassing the US market in terms of users even as sales remained flat globally.

Over 20,000 Non-resident Keralites to Vote

Over 20,000 non-resident Malayalis have registered to vote in the May 16 state polls in Kerala. This is likely the biggest-ever electoral push by non-resident Keralites (NRK).

PM Modi to Address US Congress Joint Session on June 8

S House speaker Paul Ryan has invited Narendra Modi to address a joint session of the US Congress on June 8, virtually confirming that the Prime Minister will be traveling to Washington on a state visit .

Jai Ho Meets Waka Waka at Africa’s National Day

It was an evening of dance, music and laughter when diplomats and politicians came together to celebrate South Africa's 22nd National Day.

Saina Nehwal Seals Semifinal Spot at ABC

Saina Nehwal held her nerves in tricky situations to eke out a 21-16 21-19 win over former World Champion Shixian Wang.

India Becomes 3rd Largest Source of FDI Into UK

India's investments in the UK zoomed nearly 65 per cent in 2015, establishing it as the third largest source of foreign direct investment (FDI) into Britain after the US and France.

Corporate Strategy Behind NRI CEO's Being Paid Well

Giving appointment of NRIs as CEOs in American Companies like Pepsi & Microsoft is strong marketing strategies adopted by them to exploit India's large emerging markets to sell their products and also to attract Indian students to US Universities facing shortage of students.

The Artificial Trappings of Our Gurus

Godmen in India need just a few fraud externals, such as a fancy title and costume, to fool the gullible public

Walmart Gears up to Conquer India's Food Retail Space

Walmart, the world's largest retailer, is interested in selling food products directly to Indian consumers both by setting up brick-and-mortar as well as online stores.

Tales From the Rails

India's rail network is one of the most extensive in the world, used by some 23 million people each day.

Nooyi, Nadella, Bhavesh Patel Highest Paid CEOs in World

As many as three Indian origin persons have been named among 100 highest-paid CEOs globally with PepsiCo's Indra Nooyi and LyondellBasell's Bhavesh Patel making it to the top ten list compiled by Equilar.

PIOs Can’t Buy Agricultural Land in India

Possibility of seeking a specific approval from the Reserve Bank of India to purchase agricultural land for charity, may be explored.

Britain to Start New Ventures With India

Noting that the relationship between the two nations is "highly constructive", British High Commissioner Dominic Asquith today said his country is looking forward to start new ventures in banking, textile and garments and other sectors with India.

India Has Approached UK for Extradition of Middleman

India has approached the British government for extradition of Christian Michel, the middleman named by Italian investigators as a key intermediary in swinging the controversial deal for AgustaWestland choppers.

India Asks UK to Deport Vijay Mallya

The Indian government has asked the UK to deport Vijay Mallya, the former head of Kingfisher Airlines, as part of an investigation into money laundering.

Morocco Can be India's Window to Africa, EU, North America

Morocco, which has free trade pacts with countries in North America and Europe, can be a window for Indian businesses in these regions

Five Popular Dishes That Are Surprisingly Not Indian

The next time someone tells you that the kulfi is a desi summer cooler, you know better and can tell him that it isn't. The kulfi is a Middle Eastern import and as are sweets such as jalebi and gulab jamun.

Priyanka Chopra to Dine With US President Barack Obama

Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra has confirmed that she will be dining with US President Barack Obama at the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner this weekend.

India Appetite Key to Tim Cook’s Global Recipe

India was a lone bright spot as Apple reported its first quarterly sales decline in 13 years.

Rise of Machines Threatens Craft in India

Technology and innovation driving traditional sari makers out of business in Varansai, India.

Fugitive Mallya Fears Arrest in India as Lenders Seek Dues

India labeled Vijay Mallya a “fugitive” while the businessman’s lawyers said his creditors only want him arrested in heated court arguments over a case that is set to test the government’s resolve to go after defaulters and recover unpaid dues.

UK’s Indian-origin MPs Launch Anti-Brexit Campaign

Indian-origin members of parliament in the UK have launched a new cross-party group to campaign for Britain to remain a member of the European Union (EU) in the June 23 referendum.

Convict Being Transferred Slips through UK Police’s Fingers

A convict of Indian origin managed to escape as he was being extradited to India in the company of two British police officers

India to Tap Singapore's Expertise in Urban Management

Singapore and India have launched a training programme in New Delhi for 115 Indian state government and municipal officials in urban management and water conservation

U.S. keeps China, India on Intellectual Property Shame List

The Obama administration on Wednesday kept China, Russia and India on its annual list of countries with the worst records of preventing the theft of intellectual property.

How to Tell When Apple is Really Serious About India

As Apple released its second-quarter earnings yesterday (Apr. 26), Tim Cook hinted at India’s potential to become the country’s new growth engine.

EU-India Free Trade Talks Stalled

Nearly a month after PM Narendra Modi visited Brussels to give a much-awaited political impetus to India-EU cooperation, the two sides are yet to agree on a time frame for resuming talks on a free trade agreement.

Signora Gandhi Under Attack

The fact that she finds mention in the Italian court’s order as the ‘driving force’ behind the chopper deal is good enough for the BJP to launch a fierce attack against her.

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