Bigger India

India’s Dollar Billionaires to Double in 10 Years

Ultra high net worth individuals will reach 3,371 from current figure of 1,652

India’s Millionaires Leaving in Droves

has also seen many of its seven-figured-citizens escape to other countries.

Dilip Shanghvi’s Rise as India’s Richest Man

Thirty-two years later, that astute businessman, Dilip Shanghvi, is now India's richest man and his company, Sun Pharmaceuticals, the country's largest and world's No. 4 drugmaker.

Ex-PM Summoned as Accused in Coal Scam

Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was on Wednesday summoned to appear next month as an accused in a coal scam case by a Special Court.

Protecting Free Speech in India

Two legal distortions—Section 295A of the IPC and the first constitutional amendment—come in the way of free speech.

Arvind Kejriwal Stung

Arvind Kejriwal stung as AAP war boils over, Kumar Vishwas slings mud at Garg for releasing audio tape

Untold Mysteries of Indian Shrines

India is among the most mystifying countries in the world.

World Cup 2015: India on a Roll

As the World Cup’s knockout stage approaches, India are matched only by co-hosts New Zealand.

Gujarat’s Sanand, India’s Detroit in the Making

The region has become a magnet for the auto industry.

TCS Ranked as Top Employer in Europe

Tata Consultancy Services has been named as the top employer in Europe for the third consecutive year.

India on World Cup Cruise Control

India has woken from its pre-World Cup slumbers

Mumbai is Costlier Than Dubai

The world's richest are lapping up properties in the world's most expensive cities, pushing up prices of luxury homes.

Indian Techie's Murder in Sydney

Indian IT professional Prabha Arun Kumar was on the phone with her husband when she was stabbed.

NRI React to Film Ban

Nirbhaya film, welcomed everywhere, except India.

Immoral Morality

This is the morality of power, not of truth. And it is strutting the world stage now.

Modern Maharaja

The lavish lifestyle of India's royalty.

Chew on This

Scientists have found out why Indian food is so popular.

India's Daughter

We should be happy BBC made this 'shaming' documentary.

India’s Chanel Jacket

The ‘bandhgala’ is now a trans-seasonal wardrobe staple

Dodging Ban

Indians are evading ban on rape documentary

A Post-script to Li Edelkoort’s Fashion Lament

She may be right, but it’s not yet time to write an elegy on Indian fashion.

US Retailer Target to Cut Thousands of Jobs

Target's job cuts will be mainly at its Minneapolis headquarters and in India.

Cow Row

The Indians who have a beef with the ban on beef

India the Best-Performing Emerging Market

India had an incredible banner year.

WHO Lauds India for Anti-smoking Mechanisms

WHO calls India a ‘champion’ for curbing tobacco marketing in films.

Modi's First Budget Aims to Please All in India

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government has unveiled a business-friendly budget aimed at attracting greater investment for the economy.

India Budget to Boost Investment

Indian PM Narendra Modi's government has unveiled a business-friendly budget aimed at attracting greater investment for the economy.

The Suit Might Not Have Suited Gandhi and Patel

The suit that Narendra Modi wore on January 25 is fast becoming the most minutely examined piece of clothing in modern Indian history.

Musharraf Blames India for Afghanistan’s Woes

Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf said Kabul must share power with the extremist group and block Indian influence if it wishes to see peace.

Facebook Biggest Drain on Smartphone Performance

It seems that the more socially connected you are, the more likely your smartphone's battery is running almost on empty.

10 Indian-Americans Elected to US Engineering Academy

Election to the NAE is among the highest professional distinctions accorded to American engineers.

World Cup 2015: India’s Bowlers Hit Their Stride

After a terrible lead-up to the World Cup, they have made a turnaround with a polished display

Women Who Dared to Change Their Fate

Pascal took up a project to photograph women who have been fighting against prejudice and intolerance in society.

US Court Serves Big B Notice

The summons issued to Amitabh Bachchan by a federal court in Los Angeles in an alleged human rights violations case has been served on the superstar's Hollywood manager.

Indians to Benefit Most From Sop for H1-B Spouses

The Obama administration announced it was extending work authorization to certain categories of H-4 visa holders effective May 26, 2015

Obama Endorses India For UNSC Permanent Member

I can say today in the years ahead, I look forward to a reformed UN Security Council that includes India as a permanent member.

Good Deal

Why India’s mobile users go offline for video.

Reluctant Leader

Indian media surprised at Gandhi's 'break' from politics.

Junket Jolt to Doctors

Doctors campaigning for ethics in medical practice have cautioned that incentives from drug companies may influence doctors to prescribe expensive drugs.

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