Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar might soon worshipped in a temple planned in his name in Bihar state.
You don’t usually fall in love when you are seething with rage or feeling cheated around every corner.
Guha feels none of the political parties of today follow the principles of Gandhi, even though they claim so.
The first phase of a $100-bn blueprint to build 24 cities by 2040 entails erecting seven of them by 2019. It’s a stiff deadline with several challenges.
The real service foreign universities can do is to help India create a new generation of educationists and thought leaders
Many young Muslim brides in India's southern state of Kerala are left behind by their husbands who go to the Gulf in search of jobs, causing a lot of worry in the community. BBC Hindi's Salman Ravi reports from Karumbil village in Kerala.
It’s abundantly clear that the Ranbaxy fiasco in the US, in which the company has to pay $500 million for allegedly selling adulterated drugs, is the big opportunity that the multinational drug companies have been waiting for to malign India.
As the world celebrates 100 years of Indian cinema, Indian stars, it seems, went a little overboard in projecting the ethnic, oriental look at the Cannes red carpet
An Indian man has bought one of the world's most expensive shirts, made with more than 3kg of gold and worth $250,000. His is an extreme case of an Indian obsession with the precious metal.
Geriatric care is a very grey area today in India. The elderly deserve a little more clarity than that.
One of the biggest mysteries of popular Hindi film awards is that no one knows how the nominations are decided but a look at this year's Oscar nominees and you'd see how the world's most popular awards have started bungling up
An NRI education pioneer, known for his innovative "hole-in-the-wall" experiment to give computer education to slum children, has been awarded with the prestigious USD 1 million TED prize.
Eight beaches in India have made it to the top 25 beaches in Asia, voted by travel site TripAdvisor, based on the reviews of millions of travellers.
The historic Rajpath has become synonymous with the January 26 parade, but it was an amphitheatre named after a former Viceroy that was witness to the celebrations marking the birth of the Republic 63 years ago.
The Philippines, led by its capital Manila and followed by secondary cities such as Cebu, Mandaluyong and Taguig, has emerged as a key IT/ITeS destination, posing a challenge to India's outsourcing story.
There are countless Indians incarcerated in jails in the Middle East and other countries for trivial reasons without getting any assistance from the Indian missions.
India will "convey its protest" to Pakistan over the brutal killing of two Indian soldiers in Jammu and Kashmir by Pakistani troops.
Although India pioneered the information technology outsourcing business, and still does much of the computing work for many big companies, only a small portion of the population has access to computers or the Internet.
“Indians are a lazy bunch,” laughs Goyal. “So we wanted to create something very close to their physical world. While menupages.com has menus in [a] standardized format, we scanned the actual menu cards and then put them up.”
The 21st century Indian professional is a global citizen. Well read, well travelled and yes, well fed! She knows her blue cheese from a feta, pita bread from a naan, dim sum from a momo. T
In this interview Iyer spoke on an unusual topic — the value of silence and stillness amid the rush of business.
Actors are famously more admired than hired. Stars are famous for being famous.