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India Asks EU to Lift Mango Ban

The government has asked the European Union to lift a ban on Indian mangoes, as the country has already addressed the issue cited by the 28-nation bloc.

Apr

29

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The Brotherhood of the Rope

The greatest challenge the entire Everest climbing community faces is the ability to remain engaged in the cause over time.

Apr

29

2014

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Indian Consumers of Mango Rejoice

If El Niño leads to deficient monsoons, a bumper consignment of mangoes in local markets courtesy the EU ban would certainly impart seasonal cheer.

Apr

29

2014

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UK Working to End Ban on Indian Mango Imports

The UK has said it is "working closely" with India and the European Commission to end a planned ban on mango imports.

Apr

29

2014

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Nokia Names India-born Rajeev Suri as New CEO

Rajeev Suri will become the new chief executive of Finnish telecommunications gear maker Nokia

Apr

29

2014

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Glasgow Indian Restaurant Takes Top Prize at Scottish Curry Awards

Akbar's in Sauchiehall Street beat off eateries from across the country at a ceremony last night at the city's Thistle Hotel.

Apr

29

2014

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EU Bans Indian Alphonso Mangoes, Veggies From May

European Union has temporarily banned the import of Alphonso mangoes, the king of fruits, and four vegetables from India from May 1

Apr

28

2014

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Has the Govt Failed to Tap Into Bollywood as an Asset

The IIFA success underlines that Wally Olins’ prescription for the projection of India as a soft power has legs.

Apr

28

2014

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India's Colourful Election Slogans

It is humour that is driving much of the conversation on social media platforms with users finding lines to rhyme with the slogan.

Apr

28

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How India's Iconic Gandhi Cap Has Changed Sides

The iconic Gandhi cap has changed sides from the Congress to the new anti-corruption Aam Aadmi Party

Apr

28

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A Look at India’s Business Heirs

If you are born into a family that runs multi-million dollar business, you are expected to eventually inherit that empire.

Apr

28

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Sex, Lies and Goa's Massage Parlours

While Goa boasts of working towards becoming a family and lifestyle tourism destination, the state has in reality struggled to shake off its reputation of being India's top sex and narcotics tourism destination.

Apr

28

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Kerala Temple Wealth: Royals Face More Charges

Serious charges have been against the Travancore royal family saying precious ornaments were smuggled out of the temple using look-alikes.

Apr

28

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Indian-origin CEO Fired For Beating Girlfriend

Indian-origin Internet advertising mogul Gurbaksh Chahal, who escaped jail despite beating his girlfriend 117 times, has been fired from his post of CEO and chairman.

Apr

28

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Wal-Mart Paid $334 Million to End India Partnership

The transaction resulted in a net loss of about $151 million, according to the company's consolidated statement of income.

Apr

27

2014

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Chateau Margaux Wines With Indian Cuisine

Drinking a $500-odd Chateau Margaux 1985 with a biryani would be considered blasphemy by purists.

Apr

27

2014

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The Conspiracies to Have You Vote

Is it sensible for those handling your brand to accuse your customers and prospective buyers of being venal?

Apr

27

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Fighting for Bangalore's Right to Party

Bangalore and its nightclub scene have a had a tricky relationship over the last few years.

Apr

27

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Japan Telecoms Giant to Exit India

Japan's biggest telecoms firm NTT Docomo plans to sell its entire stake in India's Tata Teleservices, effectively exiting the country.

Apr

27

2014

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Bollywood Oscars 2014

Miss America Nina Davuluri hits green carpet in Tampa, Fla., for India cinema awards.

Apr

27

2014

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Political Showtime

While the public remain amused about stars entering politics, party leaders continue to energetically woo them hoping that their star-power translates into votes.

Apr

26

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Indians Topping Online Polls

Since 2000, when Amitabh Bachchan was voted the greatest star of the millennium in a BBC online poll, Indians have dominated web poll.

Apr

26

2014

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Why Bollywood in Tampa? Why Not

Here's Tampa smack in the middle of hosting India's Bollywood Oscars, with all the ensuing glam and glitz, sequins and skinny suits, famous actors and adoring fans, and a culture not entirely familiar to a lot of us.

Apr

26

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Indian-American Doctors Charged in Insider Trading Scheme

Two Indian-American doctors among six persons have been charged by federal regulator in an insider trading scheme where they reaped nearly USD 300,000 from confidential information.

Apr

26

2014

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UK's Hindu Community Backs Role of Church

UK's growing debate over the role and relevance of the church in the state has found a voice of support from the country's Hindu community.

Apr

25

2014

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Children With Mentors on the Other Side of the World

Even though they live thousands of miles apart and have never met, they can't imagine life without each other.

Apr

25

2014

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How India is Split Over BJP's Narendra Modi

India's marathon general election appears to have split the country politically into two halves

Apr

25

2014

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What Ramayana Teaches Us About Talent Management

A story from the Bala-kanda of the Ramayana holds a key to talent management.

Apr

25

2014

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Barack Obama Names Three Indian-Americans to Advisory Body

President Barack Obama plans to name fourteen individuals, including three Indian-Americans, to a commission charged with working to improve the quality of life of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

Apr

25

2014

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Why NRI Marriages Fail

In a world of materialism it is not difficult for NRIs to seek a bride or bridegroom in India.

Apr

25

2014

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IITian Vic Gundotra, Who Launched Google+ Quits

Google Inc's head of social networking services, Vic Gundotra, is leaving the Internet search company.

Apr

24

2014

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The Shocking Link Between Politics and Electricity in India

The research focused on state elections in Uttar Pradesh—the country's largest state—and found that power losses increased by three percentage points just before the polls.

Apr

23

2014

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Indian-American Doctor Indicted for Causing Death of Two Patients

Pawan Kumar Jain, 61, who has been charged with 61 counts of unlawfully dispensing controlled substances and 50 counts of health care fraud, could face a sentence of life in prison if convicted,

Apr

23

2014

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WhatsApp Says India is its Largest Market

WhatsApp has crossed 500 million users, adding 50 million since February

Apr

23

2014

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The Illustrious Story of Indian Railways

The heart beat of a billion Indians, Indian Railways, now connects India like never before.

Apr

23

2014

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Narendra Modi Joins Selfie Movement

Mr. Modi is one of India’s most tech-savvy politicians. He was among the first Indian politicians to join Twitter and has 3.79 million followers.

Apr

23

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Indian Mango Production Set for a Fall

Fears of a price hike in domestic market, while export growth is also likely to be halted

Apr

23

2014

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Indian Expats Enter the Electoral Fray

Thousands of Indians have given up comfortable lives overseas and returned home to act as party volunteers or even stand as candidates in the country's parliamentary elections

Apr

23

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Modi Gets a Bollywood Boost

In Indian politics, star power matters as much as manifestos — if not more.

Apr

23

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Mr. Modi’s Abandoned Wife Joins an Alarming Trend in Indian Politics

The sudden media glare on Mr. Modi’s wife, Jashodaben Chimanlal, has uncovered some odd currents in the way Indians think about marriage and public life

Apr

22

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Agraites Show no Pride in Taj City's Rich Heritage

The people in Agra displayed no sense of pride in their history and rich architectural legacy that draws millions of visitors to the city every year.

Apr

22

2014

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With Awards, Bollywood Shows Growing Imprint in US

Bollywood this week throws its premier awards event for the first time in the United States, which has quietly become the leading overseas market for India´s prolific film industry.

Apr

22

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India’s Ultimate Bromance Goes Public on Twitter

Modi’s secret admiration for Bhagat, on the other hand, leaked through in more subtle ways, signaled in form not content.

Apr

22

2014

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Why Tamil is the New Punjabi

Like Republic Day parade floats, Hindi cinema is rolling out new backdrops against which to stage the latest entertainment spectacles

Apr

22

2014

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Indian Grad Students Eyeing U.S. as Land of Opportunity

Over the past 2 years, applications from India have skyrocketed, while those from China have tapered off—leaving analysts scrambling for answers.

Apr

22

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Apple to Recycle All Products For Free

Apple is offering free recycling of all its used products and vowing to to reduce the pollution caused by its devices and online services.

Apr

21

2014

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After Call Centre Loss, India May Lose BPO Edge

Indian IT companies have not yet woken up to the challenges posed by other countries, especially those in Eastern Europe, where the talent pool is burgeoning.

Apr

21

2014

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Indians Top Foreign Investors List in Dubai

Indians have topped the list of foreign investors in real estate in Dubai, pumping in USD 1.6 billion during the first quarter of 2014.

Apr

19

2014

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Kiss Happens Only in India

A film entitled the 'The First Indian Kiss' is one on the best pieces of social satire.

Apr

19

2014

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Indian Food Pop-ups Popping Up All Over London

Londoners have a seemingly insatiable appetite for spicy, surprising food from the subcontinent.

Apr

19

2014

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Is Padmanabhaswamy Temple Gold Getting Pilfered

The untold riches of Thiruvananthapuram temple may be getting pilfered, an explosive report on the state of affairs in the temple submitted to the Supreme Court said.

Apr

19

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Cow and Bull Tie The Knot

A Cow and a bull have been married off in a lavish Indian wedding - costing £10,000

Apr

19

2014

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Indian Motorcycle History

Indian has been an iconic American brand for more than a century, and it still resonates among older motorcyclists.

Apr

19

2014

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Slumdog Kid Lands Dream United Trial

A penniless football hopeful from India is on the brink of becoming a real-life Slumdog Millionaire – after winning a dream trial at Manchester United.

Apr

19

2014

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Book-ed For Art

Imagine a reading room where books are not just meant for reading but they also double up as pieces of art.

Apr

19

2014

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Clinton Backer Pleads Guilty in a Straw Donor Scheme

Mr. Chatwal pleaded guilty in Federal District Court in Brooklyn to skirting federal campaign contribution laws and witness tampering,

Apr

19

2014

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White House Names Indian-American Solar Champion of Change

White House has named professor Rajendra Singh as one of ten "Solar Champions of Change" who are taking the initiative to spur solar deployment across America.

Apr

18

2014

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Sant Chatwal Cops a Plea on Campaign Fraud

“Without that (money) nobody will even talk to you. When they are in need of money, the money you give, then they are always for you. That’s the only way to buy them.”

Apr

18

2014

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Sant Chatwal Pleads Guilty to Campaign Contribution Scam

Sant Singh Chatwal, 70, masterminded a scam to raise more than $180,000 for Hillary Clinton, Harry Reid and a Florida congressman.

Apr

17

2014

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Startups Receive Offers For Investment From World's Biggest Corporations

For the first time, the West is seeing India as a hot bed for products rather than services

Apr

17

2014

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India's Most Attractive Employers

Microsoft emerged as the 'most attractive employer' in the survey for the fourth year in a row.

Apr

17

2014

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Getting Ready to Take on Amazon

The deal will fill a critical gap in Flipkart.com’s product portfolio and give it heft to take on Amazon.com, the world’s largest e-commerce firm, which is targeting the Indian market.

Apr

17

2014

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Indian Obsession for Fair Skin Continues

The visual media has changed the strategy so much that even fair people also use fairness products

Apr

17

2014

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Why Your Bindi,Nose Ring,Feathers Are More Than a Fashion Choice

The people who are choosing to wear the bindis, nose rings, or feathers are actually participating in cultural appropriation.

Apr

17

2014

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India's Pain is UAE's Gain - Indian Expats Buy up Gold Jewellery

With a 16% difference per gram of gold between the two countries, Indians line up across UAE's bullion counters to grab their prized metal

Apr

16

2014

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VMware likely to Invest up to $500 Million in India Operations

The company's R&D and support operations in India are second in size and scale only to those at VMware's headquarters in Palo Alto, Calif., U.S.

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