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The Rise of India's Organic Farms

Why more farmers in India are going organic.

High Marks for Modi

Nepal Enthralled by Visit of India's Prime Minister, Who Hits 'the Right Notes'

The Controversial Life of Kishore Kumar

The king of Indian music industry, Kishore Kumar is still alive in the hearts of millions of his fans through his songs.

Kerry Hits Stone Wall In India

Delhi vetoes Trade Pact, endangering WTO's future.

Mittal's Bid to Buy Mountain in Britain

Indian steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal has bid for an iconic mountain range in Britain, sparking protests from local people who believe the move could make the area a playground for the super-rich.

Identity Crisis: Who is an Indian

What makes an Indian an Indian? Or to put it another way, what turns an Indian into a foreigner?

Show Can't Go On

In India's circus town, the show can't go on.

US Set to Woo India With Classified Info, Intel Swap

the United States has offered to create institutionalised links between its military intelligence and India’s

Indian Hypocrisy Got The Better of Western Hypocrisy

Western farm subsidies are a bigger hypocrisy than India's farm subsidies.

Modi Sends Advani, BJP Old Guard Into Exile

In the Hindu way of life, old age entails exile from home and hearth.

Indian Media Fret as Conglomerate Buys News Channel

Every day you can find some example of interference by Reliance - direct interference in news

India’s Hidden Himalayas of Ladakh

Ladakh has served as a cultural and trading crossroads for more than 1,000 years.

The Flying Sikh

How an unknown runner won India's first Commonwealth gold.

Top 7 Roadside Snacks

Top 7 Roadside Snacks to Satisfy Your Chatpata Cravings

NYT's Hysterical Warning About Freedom of India's Press

Americans preach a lot. And they don't always practice what they preach to the rest of the world.

Some Part of Sonia Gandhi is Not Indian

Gandhi’s behaviour "towards a person who had been loyal to the family for 45 years and one who had been close to her" showed the “ruthless side” of her.

India Uncovers New Gold Smuggling Route

ndia is scrambling to crack down on a new gold smuggling tactic that it fears could accelerate a flood of illegal import.

World Bank Warns Against Excessive Healthcare in India

Excessive healthcare is emerging as a serious issue in India, the World Bank warned.

US Quotes Modi to Woo Modi

The three-day visit is also aimed at building bridges with the new government led by a man Washington abhorred for nearly a decade.

Himalayas- How green is my Valley

The Great Himalayan National Park is now a World Heritage Site. Are people around it ready for the world?

Flipkart is Becoming India’s Amazon

Local consumers gain most from the e-commerce competition

Lessons From India’s Stand at The WTO

Is India playing spoilsport? No, it is not. It has genuine concerns about the large number of poor in the country.

John Kerry Eyes Trade Boost With India

John Kerry's visit is expected to pave the way for Mr Modi's trip to the US in September.

Kolkata Losing Pride

The historic mode of transport that plied along the streets and lanes of the city is fast rumbling into the history books, drawing curtains on icon old-world Kolkata.

The Horrible Story of an Indian Test Debutant

India seamer Pankaj Singh took possession Wednesday of a record he would rather not have broken.

Hrithik Roshan Denies Rs 400 Crore Alimony Rumours

Fabricated news articles. Demeaning my loved ones. Testing my patience.

The Indian-American Finger on US Nuclear Button

It has emerged that an Indian-American finger is on the US nuclear launch button, illustrating Washington's vote of confidence in the country's diversity.

He's So Bad, He's Brilliant

Reddit continues to be a treasure trove, throwing up museum-worthy singers

Identity Crisis

US Representative Curt Clawson mistook two senior US officials testifying at a congressional hearing for representatives of the government of India.

Michael Jackson Inspires Indian Handbag Firm

Starting a business isn't always the result of a concrete plan. For some it happens just by chance.

Wrestlers Inspire India's Medal Rush

India won nine medals, including three gold medals on an eventful Day 6 of the Commonwealth Games 2014

India’s Chinese Dream

India’s leaders must develop a comprehensive plan to eliminate barriers to economic competitiveness

Amazon Counters Flipkart

Amazon has announced plans to invest an additional $2 billion in the Indian market.

Dealing With India’s Right-wing Cultural Outrage Machine

This is a depressing but instructive period in the evolution of Indian society, large sections of which still remain liberal.

Mumbai's Disappearing Parsi Cafes

Mumbai's grand old Parsi cafes have long been a symbol of the city's diverse cuisine and culture.

How India's Ultra-Rich Spend Their Money

jewellery and precious stones, accounted for 16 per cent of the spending pie of India's ultra HNIs.

This Indian Firm Has Most American Recruits

US Secretary of State John Kerry has praised the Tata group for creating thousands of jobs in the United States.

India Asks its Nationals to Leave Libya

India's mission in Tripoli on Monday advised all its nationals to leave the strife-torn country using all available means and not to travel to that country.

John Kerry to Woo India

US Secretary of State John Kerry visits India this week as Washington tries to revitalize ties it sees as a counterbalance to China's rising powe

Saudi to Hire 100,000 Indian Maids

Saudi Arabia is planning to bring nearly 100,000 Indian domestic workers in 2014 following their recent agreement on the recruitment of housemaids.

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