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A R Rahman Files Police Complaint in LA

The composer approached the cops after his house in Los Angeles was vandalised.

May

20

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Modi Breaks Down in Parliament

In emotional speech, Modi says 'I will not live for myself, but for the country'

May

20

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H-1B Visa-holders Hail Move to Let Spouses Work

The Department of Homeland Security, a U.S government body, had decided to allow spouses of H-1B visa-holders, who are seeking green cards, to get work authorisation.

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Indians Reduce Shopping for Gold at Home

Gold demand in UAE went up by 13 per cent, which shows that many Indians are buying there and bringing it to the country

May

20

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An Election in Verse

The poll drama of the past few months is finally over, inspiring Aakar Patel’s limerick-themed quiz.

May

20

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Why Did India's Grand Old Party Suffer a Poll Rout

Why did India's Grand Old Party suffer a historic drubbing in the general elections

May

19

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Ballets Retell India's Ancient Tales

It's an endearing saga that's lasted for decades and will endure for many more.

May

19

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TV Subtitles Used to Create Literacy in India

If viewers back home in India could watch Bollywood musicals with Hindi subtitles, would it help them learn to read their own language?

May

19

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Step by Step

How polio 'aunties' help keep India free of the disease

May

19

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Animals Captured Practicing Yoga

Some yoga poses, like upward- and downward-facing dog, are clear nods to the fact that our domesticated friends came up with these poses before we did

May

19

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West Starts Awkward Embrace of India's Triumphant Modi

Narendra Modi's crushing victory in India's elections presents an awkward task for Western powers who shunned the Hindu nationalist leader for years.

May

19

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Where's the Bubbly

The amount of drinking around the world is going up, especially in India and China.

May

19

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Indian Mango Ban Prompts Protest in Britain

A ban on European imports of India’s Alphonso mango is drawing anger from British Indians, who say the move is unfair and deprives them of one of summer’s sweetest flavours.

May

19

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I Them Differently

Art is how people tell their stories through their craft.

May

16

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Opposition BJP Heads For Landslide Win

The opposition Hindu nationalist BJP party has called its predicted landslide win in the Indian election a "people's victory".

May

16

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Congress Admits India Poll Defeat

Indian stocks have rallied to a record after early vote counting showed opposition leader Narenda Modi to be leading the election polls.

May

15

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Final Rest

US funeral homes are adapting to Hindu immigrants’ needs - See more at: http://caravanmagazine.in/lede/final-rest#sthash.cBGp07gV.dpuf

May

15

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A $20 Bailout

A worried 10-year-old schoolgirl sent a $20 (£12) bill to the governor of the country's central bank offering to help the economy.

May

15

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Are India's Exit Polls Telling the Truth?

All the polls projected the BJP to win more than 200 seats - between 210 and 291- beating its previous high of 182 seats in the 1998 and 1999 elections.

May

15

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Microsoft Playing Mother Hen to Dozens of Indian Startups

When the latest batch of 16 startups graduates, Microsoft’s Accelerator programme in India would have incubated a total of 50 Internet startups.

May

15

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From the Dhabas of Murthal to the Phulkari of Patiala

The royal city has much to offer – from traditional crafts and food, to historic sites and shopping options.

May

15

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Just Married. At 88, ND Tiwari is a Bridegroom

Congress leader ND Tiwari has married Ujjwala Sharma, the woman whose son he recently accepted as his own after a lengthy lawsuit.

May

15

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India Key in IBM Revival

Emerging markets, including India are expected to contribute 30% of its revenue by 2015, up from around 23% currently.

May

15

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For Indians, Much Depends on Family Background

The influence of inheritance, which undermines true merit, has not diminished with economic growth. Instead, it has risen.

May

15

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Employee Engagement High Among Indians

Indian workers say they feel fully committed, engaged with employer.

May

15

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Sikh Community to March for Sovereignty

On June 06, human rights group "Sikhs for Justice" (SFJ) will hold a "Sikh Sovereignty March" in Manhattan to mark the 30 year of attack on the Golden Temple

May

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Masala Dosa to Die For

One of the world’s largest chains of vegetarian restaurants — 33 in India, another 47 in a dozen other countries — is considered too obvious to its core clientele of Indian expatriates and tourists to be worth trumpeting.

May

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Wisdom of Barbers

In India, as in many places, barbering is a profession handed down through the generations.

May

14

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How will NOTA Affect India Poll Result

While most of the attention in India's election has been focused on the fates of the major political parties and their leaders, for those voters who are fed up with them, a new candidate emerged - Nota.

May

14

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How to Master the Indian Accent

What happens when helpful people teach others how to master the Indian accent.

May

14

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Ambani's 'Antilia' World's Most Outrageously Expensive Property

Ambani's 27-story, 400,000-square-foot skyscraper home Antilia named after a mythical island in the Atlantic, tops the Forbes list of the most expensive homes in the world.

May

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Does India Need Rankings

While some question the methodologies used to rank institutions, others believe that India has to effectively address the reasons why its universities are struggling to make the cut.

May

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India Hedge Fund Backed by ex-Goldman Exec Hits $500 Million in Assets

Steadview, an India-focused hedge fund seeded by former Goldman Sachs (Asia) chairman Mark Schwartz, has made 12 times the returns of peers with bets on consumer and tech stocks, helping the fund grow its assets to $500 million in nearly five years.

May

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Indian Journalists Virtually Expelled From Pakistan

The two Indian journalists posted to Pakistan have been virtually expelled by the Pakistan government without assigning any reasons.

May

14

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Narendra Modi Rose While India Sank

Outcome of quiet trauma of a decade when the Indian dream was junked.

May

14

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Washington Uneasy With India’s Expected New Leader

Officials have said whoever is elected India’s next leader would be welcome to the U.S., leaving little doubt that if Modi becomes prime minister, he could visit Washington.

May

13

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Indians in UK Protest Garbage-like Treatment

Upset over discourtesy by staff at the Indian High Commission here, over 2,500 Indians have petitioned the mission to be polite to their countrymen and not treat them like “garbage“.

May

13

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Indian Elections Divide Bollywood

This year’s national election in India, which wraps up this week, has divided Bollywood along political lines more sharply than any other race in years.

May

13

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Ab Ki Baar Modi Sarkaar? America Tayyar

President Obama set the tone for continuity in US-India ties, saying he looks forward to the formation of a new government once election results are (formally) announced and to working closely with India's next administration.

May

12

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Uncle Sam V Uncle Shyam

Being a celeb in Politics is no guarantee on transporting the voting public to a never-neverland-of-happy-ever-after.

May

12

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One of US' Most Wanted Fugitives Arrested in Hyderabad

Livingston was absconding since 2007 after a US court sentenced him for 23 years in prison for killing his girlfriend.

May

12

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How Indian Voters Get Inked

Indian Factory Protects Against Vote Fraud With Top Secret Ink Recipe

May

12

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Mud Wrestling Out of Poverty in India

Indian wrestling, known as kushti, is an ancient skill that has been a major part of the country's sporting life for around 3,000 years.

May

12

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Political Battle For India's City of Faith

Mr Modi, the BJP's candidate for the ancient city, is pushing the right buttons.

May

12

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India-born Hinduja Brothers Are The Richest Men in Britain

The number of billionaires in the UK has exceeded 100 for the first time, with the Hinduja brothers topping the list

May

12

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Self-made Billionaire

Dilip Shanghvi is among Asia's richest self-made billionaires.

May

09

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IITs to Share Expertise With Finland

Finland is actively involved in setting up a joint IT hub in Otaniemi with the support of Indian Institutes of Technology

May

09

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The Electronic Fix for India's Filth and Corruption

in a country where just over 11% of the population are connected to the internet, is this really possible?

May

09

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Kingdom Bans Indian Green Chili Peppers

Saudi Arabia, the fifth-largest importer of fresh vegetables from India, has banned the import of Indian chili due to the presence of high pesticide residues in the commodity.

May

09

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44 Indians Shortlisted For One-way Trip to Mars

Forty-four Indians, including 17 women, are among 705 aspirants shortlisted for an ambitious private mission to send four people on a planned one-way trip to Mar

May

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Nicolas Cage on Indian Food, a Desi Face/Off and National Treasure 3

Oscar winning Hollywood star Nicolas Cage could be leaving Las Vegas for an Indian experience soon.

May

08

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Obama's Three New Indian-Americans Advisers Sworn In

Three Indian-Americans along with 11 others have been sworn in as members of a presidential commission

May

08

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India Home to 54 of World's Largest, Most Powerful Public Cos

The Forbes 'Global 2000' is a comprehensive list of the world’s largest, most powerful public companies, as measured by revenues, profits, assets and market value.

May

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The Making of Narendra Modi

Flanked by grim-looking security guards, Narendra Modi walks up briskly to the podium, tosses a glance at local party leaders waiting in the oppressive heat, and launches into his speech.

May

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Youthful to a T

English designer Henry Holland on the common thread between Indian fashion and the House of Holland, and his forthcoming collection for India

May

07

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Hiranandani Brothers Among Singapore's Richest Property Tycoons

Indian-origin property magnate Raj Kumar Hiranandani and Asok Kumar Hiranandani have been named among Singapore's top ten richest property tycoons and the two have a collective net worth of $2.6 billion

May

07

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Knot Perfect: 12 Villages in Rajasthan That Exist as Couples

Local legend has it that in the past people named contiguous villages like a pair---one masculine, another feminine---with rhyming names.

May

07

2014

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Indian-American Chefs Win US Food Awards

Two Indian-origin chefs have been conferred with the prestigious James Beard Food Awards for 2014, considered as the Oscars of the US food and beverage industry.

May

07

2014

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By 2050, One-fifth of India Will be Senior Citizens

Senior citizens will constitute one-fifth of India's total population by 2050

May

06

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Summer On a plate

Rediscovering forgotten fruits and vegetables, and reviving food memories dating back to childhood

May

06

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Muscular Village

The Indian village famous for wrestlers... and bouncers

May

06

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Last Campaign for India's Oldest Candidate

Ram Sundar Das is one of India's oldest candidates in the ongoing general election.

May

06

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Doctors From India More LikelyTo Be Struck Off

Warnings over foreign doctors as figures show those trained in India are four times more likely to be struck off

May

05

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Surge in Indian Super Rich Seeking Global Citizenship

Rich Indians - defined as those with a net worth of $30 million and above — have now become one of the largest populations based abroad.

May

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Why George Clooney is Every Indian Mataji’s Nightmare

Phoren or not, in the damaad rankings of a Mataji, an actor is barely a few shades better than a politician.

May

05

2014

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Identity Crisis Faced By H1B Visa Holders' Spouses

Will work permits help solve 'identity crisis' faced by H1B visa holders' spouses?

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