These are the men and women whose serious dollars, bold ideas, and old-fashioned hard work have made them the year's most noteworthy and inspiring givers.
A long-standing convention divides the Urdu ghazal tradition into “Dabistan-e-Dehli” and “Dabistan-e-Lakhnau” .
How Chaitanya Tamhane’s ‘Court’ found its angels abroad and became an international arthouse sensation
At just 17, an Indian-origin girl has earned admission to 14 top US universities, including all eight Ivy League schools considered the most prestigious universities worldwide.
Airtel Zero will make Internet a luxury for Indians.
Keeping pace with the world’s growing sensitivity towards eco-friendly fashion are the organic nettle practitioners of Sikkim.
Sania and Martina Hingis beat Casey Dellacqua and Darija Jurak 6-0 6-4 in 57 minutes in the $731,000 clay court event
Indian Prime Minister Narenda Modi has announced the purchase of 36 Rafale fighter jets from France.
India is famous for its mangoes and coconuts, but as more people get a taste for imported kiwifruit, farmers in the country's north-east are having a go at growing their own.
With government’s visa-on-arrival scheme, India can be 30 million tourist country,
How Shiv Sena won the PR battle against Shobhaa De
REport said that surveillance on Bose's family took place between 1948 and 1968, during which Nehru was the Prime Minister.
India has frozen the national bank accounts of Greenpeace, accusing it of violating the country's tax laws and working against its economic interests.
US authorities have upgraded India's aviation safety rating, allowing Indian airlines to increase the number of flights they operate to the country.
After the long and intense World Cup campaign, will the slam-bang league feel like a bad hangover?
Until his abrupt fall from grace, Raju’s life was the stuff of legend
Govt is planning to launch a scheme in May that would encourage temples to deposit their gold with banks in return for interest payments
This lively street in Mumbai, India just may be the happiest street in the world!
The 7ft, 5 inches Bhullar becomes the first Indian-origin cager to get a feel of the NBA
How – and where – should you fry the ultimate chips?
s it women's empowerment or wealthy women dictating the choices for everybody else?
Ramalinga Raju, 9 others held guilty; sentencing tomorrow.
The total number of Indian evacuees from war-ravaged Yemen touched 4,000
The U.S. will now conduct a lottery system to allocate the visas highly popular among IT professionals from countries like India.
Plant scientists from India's Forest Research Institute have been examining the sacred tree at Gaya in Bihar state, following reports of fungal infection.
Finding a bride has become a Herculean task. There are 40 bachelor boys on the wrong side of 30s in my village."
India comes among the top five preferred study destinations worldwide, ahead of countries like Hong Kong, Germany, Singapore, Netherlands and Australia.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been slammed by Yuvraj Singh's father, former India pacer Yograj Singh, in an interview to a Hindi TV channel.
Rahul Gandhi, vice president of India's main opposition Congress party, is returning from a leave of absence, his party has announced.
What we do is never flashed around the world, and neither do we get the eyeballs!
A food startup and how it works.
The battle between the world's top two plane manufactures for supremacy in the Indian skies is turning into a war. For now, Airbus has the advantage.
Why Malli Mastan Babu’s life holds lessons for us
Frequent Facebook use may be associated with a higher risk of depressive symptoms.
Let’s go where chorizo meets chocolate, ‘bhapa doi’ is a cheesecake and ripe mango is core to a curry.
Mirza captured her 25th WTA doubles title as the Indian ace continued her dream start with Martina Hingis
Written just one month before the German invasion of Poland, the letter never reached its intended recipient.
It’s shocking how the media in the capital is just a passive spectator instead of playing its role as society’s watchdog and sniffing out a missing VVIP like Rahul.
After golgappa and Narendra Modi, if there's anything that can perhaps leave Americans fumbling for words, it has to be an Indian television news debate.
Though hard power will obviously continue to count in a world of instability and insecurity, soft power will be increasingly relevant and important.