A Case For Chutney

A look at the ‘daavi baju’, or left side of a traditional Maharashtrian ‘thali’, where chutneys occupy pride of place.

Indian Teen Celebrates as Nasa Sends Satellite to Space

Nasa just launched a tiny satellite designed by 18-year-old Rifath Shaarook from India.

Delhi's Heart is Set on this Chole-Bhature Wala Since 50 Years

Sita Ram Diwan Chand Choley Bhature is going strong since late 1950's

UK Looks to India Again to Meet Shortage of Nurses

Doctors trained in India are the second largest group in the NHS after those trained in the UK. New visa curbs have cut numbers, but the number of Indian health professionals remains very high.

Mumbai Most Expensive City For Expats

It has moved 25 notes up from being ranked 82 in 2016. Five of the top 10 cities in this year’s ranking are in Asia.

Great ‘Expat’ations

Bengaluru is home to around 8 per cent of India’s expats, a figure that continues to rise.

Surfing Life

From sea-faring fishermen to city-dwellers seeking an active lifestyle, India is witnessing a steady rise in the number of surfers.

India's Road to Record Fourth ICC Champions Trophy Final

It has been an all-round performance from the defending champions who will be eager to become only the second team in history to clinch back-to-back Champions Trophy title.

Uber Faces Lawsuit Over India Rape Investigation

A woman raped by an Uber driver in India is suing the company for allegedly invading her privacy, after reports that the firm obtained her medical records.

India's Tolkien' of Hindu mythology

He has been called India's Tolkien and Asia's Paulo Coehlo and has a huge fan following.

India Coast to Victory Over Bangladesh

India coast to victory over Bangladesh and set up final the world wants to watch against Pakistan

The Child Marriage Tradition of an Indian Tribe

Defying a ban, a tribe in the western Indian state of Gujarat continues to marry off its children.

Cruising From Indian Shores to Get Easier And More Exciting

A global consultant appointed by the Union shipping ministry to prepare an action plan for the development of cruise tourism in India has zeroed down on five probable international cruise circuits.

Uncovering a Story of Ill-fated Romance And Tragic Death

Chennai now has no Jewish community, though some say there are still a few individuals.

Understanding The Relationship Between Indian Women And Skirts

From school uniforms to dressing feminine for brand positioning— the life cycle of an Indian skirt

Inside India's Traditional School For Girls

A traditional residential school for girls in India's holy city of Varanasi stands out for its singular history.

India's Mango Diplomacy Has Been Winning Friends And Foes

Mangoes are native to India and we have always adored them. Something so prized would always have made for good gifts, but often with the slight twist shown in one of the oldest printed accounts of them.

Sri Lanka's Epic Run Chase Stuns India

Sri Lanka staged a superb run chase to stun India and keep alive their Champions Trophy challenge as Kusal Mendis inspired a famous seven-wicket victory over the holders.

IIT-B, IIT-D, IISc Among World's Best Institutes

The premier IIT-Bombay entered the big league of institutes globally by bagging the 179th position in the QS World Rankings.

Food Politics

Is India's ban on cattle slaughter 'food fascism'

Indian-American Among 12 New Astronauts Chosen by Nasa

American space agency Nasa has chosen 12 new astronauts, including an Indian-American, from a record number of over 18,000 applicants, who will be trained for missions into Earth orbit and to deep space.

US Based NRIs to Adopt 500 Villages in India

These 500 villages have been selected based on the highest farmers suicide rates, high unemployment rates and need immediate support.

Big Jump in Visa Applications From India After E-visa Services implemented

The number of tourists from China and India has seen huge improvements after e-visa services were made available,

India Rout Pakistan in Cricket Champions Trophy.

India v Pakistan: Virat Kohli leads his side to win in Champions Trophy

Sachin Tendulkar, God of Cricket, Returns on Celluloid

"Sachin Tendulkar is not an icon or a hero, he is an emotion."

India Successfully Test-fires Indigenous Missile Prithvi-II

India achieved a successful test-firing of Prithvi-II; an indigenous, nuclear capable missile from a special test range in Odisha.

India's Leading Gourmet Coffee brand DEVI Now in USA

Based in Goa, India, Sussegado specializes in gourmet, specialty and artisan coffees.

Islamic Preacher Zakir Naik Seeks Citizenship in Malaysia

Controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik, wanted by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) on terror charges, has applied for Malaysian citizenship

Virat Kohli Only Indian in Top 10 of ICC ODI Rankings

The top three batsmen in International Cricket Council’s (ICC) players rankings - South Africa’s AB de Villiers (874 rating points), Australian David Warner (871) and India’s Virat Kohli (852) - are separated by just 22 points.

Global Fashion Giants Fret Over India Cow Crackdown

Indian exporters were scrambling Tuesday to assure global clients like Zara and Giorgio Armani their shipments would arrive despite a government crackdown on cattle slaughter which threatens the lucrative leather industry.

India’s Ethical Hackers Rewarded Abroad, Ignored at Home

India produces more ethical hackers -- those who break into computer networks to expose, rather than exploit, weaknesses -- than anywhere else in the world.

More Indian Expats Seek Costlier Houses Back Home

More expat Indians in the UAE are aiming for pricier properties back home

Indian Government Rejects Pakistan Cricket Series

India’s sports minister Vijay Goel said: “India, Pakistan cannot play bilateral series till cross-border terror from Pakistan (stops).”

How Indian IT Can Compete With Google And Facebook

The world's major societies are now wrestling with the enormous social power wielded by the internet's “platform companies“.

A Tale of Two Passovers

ow an American girl’s celebration of a ritual feast in Mumbai, far away from her home in New York, puts Jewish history and food traditions in perspective

Inside India's New Homemade Luxury Train

The Tejas Express has begun running between Mumbai and the tourist state of Goa.

India Leads Globally In Adoption Of Biometric Technology

The government first launched the Aadhaar Project, a biometrics programme, in 2009, creating the world's largest biometric data set.

Bill Seeking H-1B Limits Exemption For Foreigners With US PhD Introduced

The bill is likely to benefit Indians given that they constitute the largest number of students doing PhD in the US.

A Model Co-operation Offered by The UK to India

Chevening’s India scheme is the largest of the 160 participating countries, with a budget of £2.4million funded by UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office, since inception in 1983 there are 2,400 Indian alumni.

India's New Homemade Luxury Train

The Tejas Express has begun running between Mumbai and the tourist state of Goa.

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