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Modi's Madison Square Garden Event Sold Out

Tickets for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's community reception at the Madison Square Garden in New York City during his US visit later this month are sold out

The Return of Nalanda

Against the epic scale and lofty credentials of its first millennium avatar, the return of India’s oldest university has been modest so far.

India's Farmers Beat Climate Change With Technology

While not all farmers here have switched to new techniques, seeing neighbours who succeed when they do so is bound to be a strong incentive.

India Pitches For Currency Buffer

India urged G20 nations should consider swap lines to mitigate impact of Federal Reserve's stimulus rollback.

Indian-American As Ambassador to India

President Barack Obama nominated former State Department official Richard Verma as U.S. ambassador to India.

Indian Company Plans 1,200 Jobs in North Carolina

HCL Technologies' American subsidiary will add about 1,200 jobs in North Carolina.

It’s Time For Indimerica Now

A new working paper published by US National Bureau of Economic Research says India is set to replace China as the dominant periphery country

A Merry-Go-Round For Cricket Coaches

Long-Term Faith in Short Supply Among Test-Playing Nations

Why Bollywood Stars Are Speaking Out On Sexism

Padukone is not the first Bollywood star to clash with the media recently.

Kashmir Eyes Scottish Independence

Several thousand Kashmiris will be voting in a historic and much awaited referendum, this week.

A Taste Of Italy Up In Shimla Hills

The Himachal Pradesh capital is now offering a platter of authentic taste of Italy

Does Third Eye Open At The Time Of Death

Hindus acknowledge it and pay respect to it daily by wearing a bindi or tilak at the exact spot where this invisible third eye is located.

With Winter's Onset, The Gods Return From Heaven

Every village has several resident "gods" and "goddesses" who are invoked as living deities.

The Great Indian Wedding Obsession

Why Indian fashion designers are obsessed with weddings

This IIT Is Ahead Of Its Peers

A global university ranking has placed IIT-Bombay, ahead of its other counterparts.

India And Friends Fight For Ocean Rim Space

It is the Indian Ocean Region where India is looking to take the high-stake power play into China's camp with special focus on joint naval exercises.

India, China Sign Deals Worth $3.4 Billion

Indian businessmen signed deals worth $3.43 billion with their Chinese counterparts who are part of a delegation accompanying President XI Jinping here

Deepika Cleavage Row

Deepika took exceptional and very public umbrage to show no signs of settling down over the 'cleavage tweet' row.

India Looks Offshore, More Scottish Jitters

. If voters choose to leave the UK, Scotland would likely see renewable energy investment drop due to uncertainty about future support.

India-China Border Skirmish Flares Up

Indian and Chinese troops are locked in an eyeball-to-eyeball confrontation at Chumar, close to the disputed border in eastern Ladakh.

7 Classics Of Hindi Literature You Must Read

It's a reservoir that can never go dry, and neither is it possible to ever do justice to any list of top classics.

The Ashes Of Pleasure

How the curtains came down on Calcutta’s professional theatre - See more at: http://www.caravanmagazine.in/arts/ashes-pleasure#sthash.PU2OpOSk.dpuf

Desi Dating Apps Woo Young Indians

Young Indians with smartphones are spoilt for choice when it comes to desi dating apps.

India And Mauritius Row Over Differing Tax Rates

Mauritius even though it is thousands of miles from India, its low-tax regime means that it's an attractive gateway for companies investing in India.

India’s Economy Looks a Lot Like China’s In 2001

India today doesn’t look quite like the economic dynamo that, just a few years ago, some predicted would overtake China as emerging-markets champion.

Foreign Investors Lap Up Indian Bonds

Foreign investors are lapping up “made in India” paper whether its rupee debt or a dollar bond; and they’re willing to settle for interest rates that aren’t as high as they were getting a year back.

Can India Really Bank 1.2 Billion People

When it comes to ambition, one cannot find fault with India's new Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Lost And Found

Fascinating stories of Calcutta's Jewish past.

Vinod Rai's Scoop

UPA scams began within 70 days of Manmohan becoming PM.

Cricket Bat Industry On Sticky Wicket

The cricket bat industry is bracing for a crisis as the recent floods in Jammu and Kashmir have washed away Kashmir willow used for making bats.

India Gears Up To Put Mars Mission In Orbit

Sleepless Indian space scientists began the process of 'waking up' the engine of the Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) spacecraft for a four-second test on September 21.

What If YouTube Was An Indian

What if YouTube existed in flesh and blood and was an Indian?

The Italian Marines Case

India’s Supreme Court allows one of the Italian marines accused of killing two Indian fishermen in 2012 to go home for medical treatment.

IESA, TCA Sign MoU for Make-in-India Push

Furthering Modi's call to foreign companies to "make in India", the India Electronics and Semiconductor Association (IESA) and Taipei Computer Association (TCA) signed a memorandum of understanding.

India Probes Identity Card For Hanuman

Authorities in India are investigating how Hanuman, the monkey god, has been issued a biometric identity card.

Apple Finally Kills an Iconic Product

iPod Classic Disappears Quietly from Apple's Website

Kolkata Chromosome

A historic neighbourhood sheds its old ways, prompting locals to record its vanishing past

NRI Investments in Indian Realty May Rise

Property developers are expecting a 35 per cent surge in real estate enquiries from NRIs (non-resident Indians) with Bangalore turning out to be a favourite.

A Slice of New York’s Times Square in Mumbai

Nicknamed Crossroads of the World, Times Square is a focal point of the global entertainment industry and hosts over 39 million visitors annually.

Star Shutterbug Has City in Frame

With almost 10 million fans on Facebook, the photoblog is a darling of social media across the world.

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