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New Avenues Emerge For Indian Tech Talent

Indian IT talent will have ready takers in Europe, the Middle East and Japan, say exp

Granny's New Robes

Over the years, she saw her granny transform into a politician, a princess, a fairy, a scientist, and a dozen other characters.

Amazon to Add 7 New Warehouses in India

E-commerce giant Amazon continues to aggressively expand its operations in the country with the addition of seven new warehouses, a move that will provide employment to about 4,000 people.

The Many Meanings of Priyanka Chopra's Met Gala Dress

The trench coat dress with an exaggerated train, has captured India's imagination

India Eyes Technology to Put Humans in Space

The plan is to launch two small spacecraft to test the technology in space.

Latin America, Canada, Africa And Nordic Nations Becoming New Indian IT Hubs

It may not be all gloom for Indian IT workers aspiring for foreign shores after the US, Australia and Singapore tightened visa rules for skilled migrants.

Indian-American Doctors To Push For Visa Reforms

Influential Indian-American doctors will meet here tomorrow to push for legislative reforms to address the shortage of physicians in the US

India's Firm Response After Turkish President's Controversial Kashmir Comment

India firmly explained to the visiting leader that "the issue of Kashmir is essentially an issue of terrorism," and asserted that its disputes with Pakistan must be settled bilaterally.

Canada's Indian-origin Defence Minister urged to Resign For Inflating Military Record

Harjit Sajjan erroneously claimed to have been the "architect" of Canada's largest military operation since the 1950s

H1 B Effect: Infosys Plans to Hire 10,000 American Workers

Indian IT major Infosys will hire about 10,000 locals in the US over the next two years and set up four technology and innovation hubs there, as part of its efforts to tide over visa related issues.

Records Tumble as Baahubali 2 Conquers India And Wows The U.S., U.K., Australia

The historical action drama fantasy has smashed numerous records for an Indian release in its home market and in a bunch of other territories including the U.S., the U.K., the U.A.E. and Australia/New Zealand.

Mind Game

An unusual sport’s rapid growth in India

Modi Government Ends 8-year Bonhomie With North Korea

India, in a significant move adhering to the UN Security Council resolutions against Pyongyang decided to halt supply of any items to North Korea that would add to its military’s operational capabilities.

Samsung Topples Apple in India's Premium Smartphone Segment

Samsung Electronics displaced Apple in India's premium smartphone segment in the January-March quarter and maintained its leadership in the country's handset market.

Whisky Cocktails For The Indian Summer

Contrary to popular belief, whisky provides a complex and flavour-packed base for a range of cocktails, suitable even for the Indian summer

Indian-American Comedian Mocks US Prez at Dinner

As he mocked Trump several times, he said that the president would be tweeting about him at 3 am.

Indian Restaurant In UK Fined Over Smell of Biryani And Bhaji

Middlesbrough Council fined 'Khushi Indian Buffet Restaurant' owners after the establishment sent aromas of 'biryanis' and 'bhajis' filtering through the area.

South Africa Targets Over 1,00,000 Tourists From India in 2017

South Africa, southernmost tip of the African continent, is all geared up to welcome more than 1,04,000 tourists from India this year .

Erdogan Vows to Boost Bilateral Relations With India

Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday vowed to further improve bilateral relations with India ahead of his official visit to the country starting Sunday.

Ageing Parents And Living Overseas

Between the broad smiles, there is a saga of anxiety, loneliness and uncertainty which remains untold.

Google India Ranked As India's Most Attractive Employer

The Randstad Award is hosted each year to encourage best practices for talent attraction and to identify the best 'Employer Brand' in the country.

Indian-origin Women Activists Receive South Africa's Highest National Order Awards

Two Indian-origin women veterans of the freedom struggle in South African were conferred the highest National Order awards by President Jacob Zuma on Friday.

Why Indians Just Can't Get Enough of Bling

Show off as bling, donate for blessings or save it for a rainy day, India's obsession with gold is here to stay.

This Indian Tea brand is World's Costliest

A special 5kg pack of handcrafted Darjeeling tea from iconic Makaibari tea estate in Kurseong has fetched the best ever price for any first flush tea at $302 a kilo.

Among The Beliebers

Lounge studies the curious ways in which Justin Bieber’s fans in India have been trying to get his attention over the years.

Sylvia’s Story Beyond The Scandal

The Nanavati murder trial was not just one of the most sensational crime cases in India, it also triggered the end of the jury system.

India on Track to Knock Britain Out of World's Top 5 Economies

India will overtake Germany in 2022 as the world's fourth-largest economy and push Britain out of the top five

Vinod Khanna: Obituary of a Maverick Bollywood Hero

A villain-turned-leading man of Bollywood, a bohemian at the feet of a hippy guru, a successful politician: Vinod Khanna was a man who lived many lives.

Indian Teacher Sentenced For H-1B Visa Fraud in US

A 58-year-old Indian teacher in the US has been fined over USD 50,000 and ordered to serve three years of supervised release by a court.

H-1B Visa Rules to Help Indian IT Professionals

US President Donald Trump's proposed changes to the H-1B visa program may end up benefiting Indian IT professionals in terms of higher wages, a US expert today said.

Chinese, Indian Travelers Continue to Rise in UAE

The UAE continues to be an increasingly important destination for travelers from both China and India,

Live The Indian Summer

Summer is always when everyone is lying to everyone.

Vinod Khanna Dies Aged 70

The original debonair leading actor, with classic good looks

Indian Heritage’s Economic Potential

Our built heritage can be leveraged for economic gain through tourism dollars as well as opportunities for craftsmen and local communities

India Bans Social Media in Kashmir

Authorities in Indian-administered Kashmir have announced a one-month ban on 22 social media services, including Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp.

Indian-origin Steel Tycoon Sanjeev Gupta on US Acquisition Spree

Britain's Indian-origin steel tycoon Sanjeev Gupta has made a bid to acquire all the assets of a Minnesota iron ore firm, days after he announced plans to take over ArcelorMittal's steelworks in the US.

US Commerce Secretary Talks of Possibility of India-US FTA

US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, who recently met Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, signaled that an India-US Free Trade Agreement (FTA) is not out of the question, even though no such negotiations have commenced.

How the United States Has Become a Problem for Indians

Equality and the American dream seem to be increasingly out of reach for many Indians in the U.S., since President Donald Trump took office.

5 Ways the British Empire Ruthlessly Exploited India

It's a myth that British imperialism benefited one of its richest colony, India, when in reality it drained all its wealth and resources.

Is India Losing Kashmir

As India's most restive region stares down the abyss of hot summer of violence, the doom-laden headline has returned with a vengeance: Is India losing Kashmir?

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