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Commercialization of the Indian Thali

Various factors have influenced urban consumers to shift from homemade products such as curd, pickles and spices to buying these from the marketplace

Reviving India's Only Chinatown

Despite India and China being neighbours, the number of people of Chinese origin in Calcutta has been dwindling rapidly, but now there are plans to invest money and bring it back to life.

Improvement in Visa Approval for Indian Doctors

An influential US lawmaker yesterday asked the State Department to improve the visa approval process for doctors from India

Hillary's Hard Choices

We all hope for is that the Prime Minister, by his actions, demonstrates unequivocally that he is the Prime Minister for all of India, every single group inside India.

Delhi, Mumbai Top List of Indian Cities in Drug Trafficking

Balkan and northern routes are the main heroin trafficking corridors linking Afghanistan to the huge markets of the Russia and western Europe

Swiss Govt Readies List of Indians With Black Money

India's efforts to crack down on black money stashed abroad got a major boost on Sunday, with Switzerland readying a list of Indians suspected to have un-taxed money in Swiss banks.

Illegal Entry Stalls Exit of 121 Indians From Iraq

Surviving on minimal food and water for nearly a week, these youths have been locked in a basement by the construction company that illegally employed them.

Can Yoga Improve Your Willpower

The whole point is to find a position where you are able to stay still and do just that: Stay still

IITians Shun Corporate Jobs For Coaching Hubs

IITians are shunning corporate jobs and instead making a beeline for Kota, the education hub.

Indian Missions in US Scramble to Clean up Visa Mess

Indian missions in the US have turned to social media like Facebook and Twitter as they scrambled to clear up a visa mess in the wake of a change of contractors for processing consular services.

Founding Fathers of India’s IT Industry

To find the largest collection of rags-to-riches stories anywhere, turn to the Indian software industry.

A Largely Indian Victory Mostly Forgotten in India

Soldiers died by the dozens, by the hundreds and then by the thousands in a battle here 70 years ago.

India’s Obsession With Lighter Skin

Men are not exempt. They are part of the 'white is right' movement too

What Happens to India's Railway Children

The last official estimate on the numbers of street children across India was 11,000,000.

Why Indians are Buying London Properties

Indiabulls, which will finance the purchase from internal accruals, wants to convert its London acquisition into a luxury residential property.

Connaught Place World’s 8th Costliest Office Destination

Delhi’s Connaught Place is the world’s eighth most expensive office destination, according to a survey by global real estate consultant CBRE.

Living Goddess Who Still Has To Do Homework

She was also worshipped by people who believed she's a reincarnation of the Hindu goddess Durga.

2 Indian Carriers in Top 10 Cheapest Airlines in the World

Popular low-budget airlines from India - SpiceJet and IndiGo Air - also make the list.

India’s Boom Can Extend to Gulf

Experts debate the significance of the recent rise in Indian markets post Modi’s election

India’s History With Hostage Situations

There has been no request for ransom and it remains unclear who was behind the kidnappings.

Indian Expatriates to Face Delay in Getting Passports

Indian expatriates in the UAE seeking to renew their passports till the end of July will face delay.

Why Indian Nurses Want to go Back to Iraq

We are very tense about the situation in Iraq but I want to go back to work there.

Passport Delay Leaves Surrogate Babies Stranded in India

The government has been urged to intervene in the case of a Greater Manchester couple stranded in India due to Passport Office delays

India Cracking Down on Foreign-funded Charities

India is cracking down on foreign-funded charities after receiving an internal report alleging they are costing the country up to 3 percent of its GDP by rallying communities against polluting industries.

Goodbye, Rahul; Hello Again, Sonia

Congress president Sonia Gandhi has intensified her interaction with party leaders in trying to figure out how to make the party claw its way back into the reckoning.

Ganga Kinare

Rishikesh is known for yoga and meditation, but now people also come for adventure activities

Indian-American Dentist Fights to Keep License After Patient Dies

Patel's attorneys argue that the allegations are false and say the evidence and witnesses testifying against him are not credible.

Chai Pe Kharcha

In a slump, the tea industry needs a perk up

The Indian Shaadi Getting Ugly

Now there is a new trend growing among India's middle classes. They've started to employ white Western girls to hang out at weddings, doing various weird things purely because they—we—are white and Western.

Branding the Mahatma

From Gandhi-inspired bedrooms to guesthouses

Shopify Eyes India’s E-commerce Promise

The Ottawa-based company expects to double the number of stores operating on its platform in India from 5,000 to 10,000 in the next one year

Preity Zinta Says She Won't Settle in US

Actress Preity Zinta on Wednesday night ruled out selling her stake in IPL franchise Kings XI Punjab.

Surge in Number of Indian Students in Australia

There are currently 35,000 Indian students in Australia and the numbers are growing rapidly.

A Bankrupt Man Used Facebook To Become a Millionaire

Three years ago, Fyk was bankrupt, in jail, and borderline suicidal. He used Facebook to turn his life around.

Why is India Called Hindustan When it is a Secular Country

There have been a number of people asking if India is a secular country, why it must be called Hindustan.

India to Roar at Cannes Lions 2014

The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity’s 2014 edition has just released the shortlists for four more categories

Emirates Airlines Adds More Indian Food to Menu

The old saying goes that if you can’t stand the heat, then get out of the kitchen. Emirates Airline is instead doing the opposite, and rattling the pans.

Picture Perfect

Is it time to retire the ‘other’ camera?

Blackstone Sees Indian Commercial Real Estate Turnaround

The company has invested $1 billion in commercial real estate across India to become the largest landlord in the country among private-equity investors

Indian Couple Head to Ninth World Cup

The elderly pair went to their first World Cup in Spain, 32 years ago.

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