Since having left Times Now, Arnab Goswami has announced that he will be returning soon with a new media venture called ‘Republic’.
Avani Chaturvedi, Bhawana Kanth and Mohana Singh entered a world that was thus far reserved only for men
If confirmed, Haley would be the first ever Cabinet-level official to ever serve in any US presidential administration.
Brexit will cast a thick fog over the relationship, adding to the mutual incomprehension that has grown in recent years.
Should leverage goodwill with Brexiteers, move on a quick FTA, explore possibilities in C’wealth.
With Qatar Emir Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani pardoning several prisoners for Ramadan, including 23 Indians, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed his gratitude to the Emir.
A new global campaign on social media against colourism - #unfairandlovely - is challenging the widely-held belief in many parts of the world that fair skin is the most attractive.
US Vice President Joe Biden now appears to have resolved the mystery behind his distant relatives living in Mumbai, India.
UPA scams began within 70 days of Manmohan becoming PM.
After months of apologies and outright denials, the former Tehelka magazine editor faces prison.
Thousands throng here from Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and even Andhra Pradesh for the month-long 'bhoot pret ka mela' that will make their lives easier.
The Government Museum in Egmore is showcasing an intricate and exquisite Thanjavur painting of Goddess Mahishasuramardhini as its ‘special exhibit’.
It alters browsers made by other companies to display search results in a more convenient and visual format.
Now the festival of 'colours' sees 'no mixing' as the level of patience is declining and people are becoming "intolerant".
Unlike many journalists Katherine Boo aspires to invisibility. She hates publicity and talks about herself with about as much ease as someone trying to wriggle from a thicket.
Traders note that the tricolour sold better during the Anna agitation as against now.
An impressive display of armour and unmanned aerial vehicles recently added to India’s military prowess was on full display at the 63rd Republic Day parade today.
Three people, including Sandeep "Sandy" Goyal, of mutual fund company Neuberger Berman Group LLC. are cooperating with the government's investigation.
Despite its huge population, India sits at a lowly 162 on the FIFA world rankings. That’s one spot below Fiji
Currently, claims the study, there are 14 million Mumbaikars on the entire 480 sq km of the city, and they collectively have only 14 sq km - or 2.5 per cent - of public open space with them, which include parks, playing fields and recreation grounds.
Although the US lost out in the bid to sell India 126 multi-role combat jets, it has offered New Delhi "top-of-the-line technology", including "the best in the world" Joint Strike Fighter (JSF).
Krishna had asked his Australian counterpart Kevin Rudd to withdraw the issuance of travel advisory for tourists traveling to India.
With the special CBI court framing charges in the 2G spectrum scam, the case has now moved into its most important stage.
Graduates from the elite Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) may be the cat's whiskers in the job market but perhaps not for too much longer.
The actor rode on the Delhi Metro with ten real-life heroes. Shah Rukh Khan is leaving nothing to chance to make his most ambitious project till date, " RA.One", a success.
It’s official now! Madhuri Dixit-Nene is the leading lady of Dedh Ishqiya, the sequel to debutant director Abhishek Chaubey’s critically-acclaimed Ishqiya (2010) that toplined Vidya Balan, Naseeruddin Shah and Arshad Warsi.
Handloom revivalist and designer Madhu Jain has been trying to resuscitate fine craftsmanship for 25 years but feels Indian consumers need to wake up and think 'swadeshi' and dump 'videshi' to make the country's textile traditions survive.
The US mission here has issued more than 4,90,000 non-immigrant visas during its fiscal year 2011 ending September 30, an increase of 4.3 per cent from last fiscal.
Over the next 12-24 months India could attract a massive $80 billion in foreign direct investment (FDI), according to a research report by Morgan Stanley. India received $48-billion FDI in the last two years.
Touted as the Silicon Valley of India, Bangalore, a virtual den of tech geeks, has less number of internet users among the country’s metropolises.
Six top executives of mobile phone companies are hunting for new jobs, signalling bad times for a sector that was once touted as the symbol of India's growth story.
A Indian American neurosurgeon has been re-indicted by a US grand jury on new charges that he failed to declare an HSBC bank account in India valued in 2009 at $8.7 million.
To be dark in India is not necessarily to be invisible. Instead, in this country, it is everyone’s business to correct it or cover it up.
The dressing room of the Indian cricket team resembles the emergency ward of a hospital where every second a player needs a doctor to either heal his injury or sort out the mental trauma caused by one defeat after another.
Margins are razor-thin as chain operators compete with the standalone "kirana" shops and street-side vendors where most Indians buy their groceries.
The chain-stitch rug hails from the Himalayan mountains of Kashmir. The gazebo is constructed from sheesham wood in Rajastan, India. The life-size Sukhothai standing Buddha is from Chiang Mai, Thailand.
The policy announcement is seen as the first step to rein in the unchecked inflow of foreign workers and to address the concern of the local workforce.
M K Narayanan told then US ambassador to India Timothy Roemer that New Delhi's demand for extraditing Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley was mere posturing to mislead the Indian public, and the government was not seeking his extradition "at this time."
The young, jeans-clad sarpanch of Soda village in Rajasthan was told that she had already spent more than the funds allocated to her, and that the fresh water reservoir she wanted to construct was now out of the question.
Even some of the biggest Democratic trial lawyers are opening up their wallets for the 40-year-old Indian-American Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal