Bigger India

Can TV Ads Join The Fight For Equality

Not in the 1990s, but things are looking up. Now there’s even an ad that says household chores have no gender

Vyapam Scam

Five mysteries that CBI will have to solve.

Oneline Groceries in India Will Consumers Bite

India is the sixth largest grocery market in the world and one of the fastest growing markets for online groceries.

Salman, Bollywood's Blockbuster Khan

Salman has been responsible for some of the industry's biggest profit margins.

Choosing Citizenship on India-Bangladesh Border

India's parliament approved a key agreement with Bangladesh enabling the two countries to exchange control of areas of land on each other's territory.

Cybersecurity Firms Are Suddenly Investing Big in India

Agrowing number of cybersecurity firms are eyeing India as a growth frontier amid an expected doubling of online crime in the country.

India’s Most Stunning Lakes

India certainly charms you with its multitude of stunning lakes.

Indian Workers Win $ 20 Mn Settlement With US Co

The agreement has been reached to resolve numerous labour trafficking lawsuits against Signal International.

Make in India Gives a Big Boost to Stake in India

Foreign direct investment (FDI) into equity jumped 48 per cent after the launch of the 'Make in India' programme

Can Modi Reconnect India With Central Asia

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's recent visit to five Central Asian countries has reinvigorated India's traditional ties with the region.

What do The IPL Suspensions Mean for Cricket

A panel appointed by India's Supreme Court has suspended two top Indian Premier League teams for two years over a corruption scandal.

IPL Verdict

Lodha committee's decision is exemplary, but bigger job is reforming BCCI.

New UK Crackdown on Students Visa Soon

Indian and other non-EU students at British colleges will be banned from working during the period of their courses as part of a new crackdown on student visa fraud.

Hindu Migrants from Pakistan may Get Property Rights

We have a responsibility toward Hindus who are harassed and suffer in other countries ...India is the only place for them"

Indian Among Tourists Arrested in China

A group of 20 foreign tourists including Britons, South Africans and an Indian national, have been arrested in northern China, on suspicion some had ties to a "terror group".

Kenya to Host India-Africa Expo 2015

India and Kenya are planning India- Africa ICT Expo 2015 that will bring together over 100 top companies.

India's Priciest Film Wins Over Public

With its song-and-dance idiom, Bollywood has long been the symbol of popular Indian cinema, both at home and abroad.

7 Indian Fashion Staples That are a Hit in the West

People across the world are increasingly getting drawn to ethnic Indian fashion,

India-US on Cusp of Sea Change

India and America have made tremendous progress in bilateral relationship in a decade after signing the landmark civic nuclear deal.

India Second Biggest Loser of Rich Citizens

India has the second highest millionaire outflow

Ikea Measures up The Indian Market

Swedish furniture giant Ikea has been sourcing its products from India for almost three decades.

Living And Dying in Dover Lane

A campaign to save Kolkata’s eccentric architecture hits home.

Looms of the Valley

Kashmir’s weaving industry and its current challenges through the life and times of the kani shawl.

Foreign Media on Baahubali

The most expensive Indian movie ever made turns out to have spent a fair bit on getting one man to the top of a cliff and then leaving him hanging.

The Oldest Bookstores in India

From the mountains to the metros, a few gems that have survived the tests of time and are a true testament to the old world charm of reading the written word.

Social media Birthed a Strange Phenomenon in India

The rise of internet and social media has led to a strange new discovery in India.

India's Three Musketeers Shine at Wimbledon

Leander Paes, Sania Mirza and Sumit Nagal brought a lot of cheer to the country's tennis fans as India took home three titles at Wimbledon this year.

Three Cheers for India at Wimbledon

World number one Sania created history by becoming the first Indian to win a women's doubles Grand Slam title.

For Indians, Paper Gold Can't Beat The Real Thing

India is meeting stiff resistance in its drive to make the buying of gold jewellery more transparent and to channel demand into paper gold to stop the metal being used to hide billions of dollars of undeclared 'black money'.

US Set to be India's Biggest Arms Supplier

The US is fast consolidating its position as India's largest arms supplier with a flurry of new defence deals and joint projects.

Five Ingenious Ways Indians Cheat

Cheating during exams is not new in India and despite being illegal has flourished in most parts of the country for so long that it has almost become endemic.

Haldiram’s Snacks Checked for Safety

Inspectors in Maharashtra are checking Haldiram’s popular snacks and salty mixes for contamination after it was reported some of the food company’s products were found unfit for consumption and rejected for sale in the U.S.

India's Narendra Modi Accepts Pakistan Visit Invite

ndian PM Narendra Modi has accepted an invitation from his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif to attend a regional summit in Islamabad next year.

For India, Trouble's in Hong Kong, Not Shanghai

The impact of the meltdown in Chinese markets is going to be limited as far as the Indian stock markets are concerned

The Vest That Helps Exam Cheats

In recent years those wanting a helping hand have been able to take advantage of modern technology and a whole market in devices to aid cheats has sprung up.

Sikh Wins Turban Battle with Disney

A Sikh postman at Disney World has won his fight over claims he had been made to work away from customers so they would not see his beard and turban.

Aryans in America

It is not easy for aliens trying to find a place in societies that are so great that they are terrified of assimilation.

Baahubali, India's Most Expensive Film Compared to Hollywood's 300

Baahubali, India's most expensive film released on Friday morning across 4000 plus screens globally.

IKEA Moves Closer to Open Stores in India

World's largest furniture retailer IKEA said it has purchased its first land in the country in Hyderabad, moving closer to its plan of setting up 25 stores in India.

Watch Out India, a Terror Storm is Brewing

South Asia faces a terrorist threat that has never been greater even though for the present it may seem at a low ebb with West Asia and Africa taking centre stage.

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