The Indian media are at a tipping point, caught between changing technologies, a crumbling financial model and a massive loss of public trust.
While the most common topics of discussion in a beauty salon are fashion, cosmetics and men, here the women were discussing national politics.
Indian students to undertake higher education in Australia have witnessed growth this year
I've always had a love-hate relationship with the sari.
India, among other countries like China and South Korea, is seen as a big market for the English language dictionary, despite a swell in digital tools for word learning and usag
Today the challenges for the Mills & Boon genre are multiple including carpet bombing from various other forms of entertainment for young women, a transition to digital reading habits and retail bookselling chains shutting down in India.
International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach says India face expulsion from the Olympic movement unless they comply with ethics rules.
The Buddhist and Gupta era influences on Indian architecture
The dabbawalas' perfect business module has made it to the Harvard Business Review as a case study.
As you get ready to explore the food, you are easily distracted with the aroma wafting from the domed custom-made oven in the corner that churns out well-browned thin crust pizzas.
As Nisha looked at the syringe filling up with her blood, little did she know that the needle inserted in her vein was also drawing out her hope and dignity.
A crusading editor revered in India’s liberal circles has been arrested in connection with the sexual assault of a young employee at his magazine.
India's maiden spacecraft to Mars has successfully left the Earth's orbit and is now cruising towards Mars after a crucial and tricky midnight operation.
Digha, originally known as Beerkul during Warren Hastings time , was discovered in the late 18th Century by the British.
Over the last few years, a number of scientists have died in mysterious circumstances, only to have their deaths classified by the police as unexplained or suicides.
The intense relationship that the community shares with its cars explains the premium they command in the second-hand market
Young B-School graduates give up dream jobs, choose 'entrepreneurship' over crore-plus salaries
A group of successful professionals and entrepreneurs, have come together to establish an alternative to what they say is an educational paradigm that overly emphasizes technical capabilities.
An influential Hindu religious figure has been found not guilty of the murder of a temple manager in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu.
Or, what the Tarun Tejpal case could teach all of us
IIM-Ahmedabad has found a place in top 39 elite Business Schools in the world.
One that is somehow not accessible to someone who happens to visit only places such as Jaipur, Agra, Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Goa, Kerala...?
The Pushkar cattle fair transforms the holy town into a melting pot every November
The string of mishaps begs one question. Is it time we have a dedicated force of lifeguards on our beaches?
A temple has sued a real estate developer for using its name and logo to benefit from the goodwill generated by the religious organization.
The cartoon depicts Hindu deity 'Ganesha' as the Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) holding a cricket bat in one hand and wads of money in another
While mainstream fashion fusses over its resurgence, counterfeit motifs, Chinese silks and power-loom brocades imitate the original weaving tradition of Varanasi
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the calendar aspires to create awareness about domestic and sexual violence against women in the South Asian community.
One of India's most prominent journalists was charged with rape Friday as police investigate allegations that he sexually assaulted a junior colleague.
India slipped from last year's fourth position.
Google India launched an initiative in the country on Wednesday to bring 50 million women online by 2014
A British-based research project has helped in reviving this traditional craft, renewed the livelihood of many families and promises to make it global.
When it comes to student-friendly cities, Mumbai has been ranked as the second most affordable city in the world
The Indian media strongly condemned the alleged sexual assault on a woman journalist by Tehelka magazine’s editor-in-chief Tarun Tejpal.
A 4.4-billionyear-old 'black beauty' rock discovered in the Sahara desert may be the oldest Martian meteorite ever found
Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar might soon worshipped in a temple planned in his name in Bihar state.
There are lingering doubts about whether they should be there at all, or whether they are betraying their religion.
Two obsessions have come to dominate human social interaction in the age of social media: obsession with the self, and obsession with the screen
Sachin is trading his cricket uniform for a red turban and a fake mustache and a career in ads by an online travel agency.