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C-130J Super Hercules Crash

In a setback to the Air Force, a newly acquired US-made C-130J Super Hercules transport aircraft today crashed near Gwalior

Bangalore Chickpet Chic

The Fancy Shops and ‘gandhige angadis’ cater to every vanity of the Bangalorean woman

Indian Women with Heightened Risk of Violence

Indian women with more resources than hubbies face heightened risk of violence

Hindu Temples of Pakistan

Today, only 26 out of Pakistan's 428 Hindu temples exist

Indian-American Physicians Raise Issues with US Lawmakers

An influential body of Indian-American physicians is pressing US lawmakers on several issues including how to continue to provide healthcare to patients while being rewarded in a just and sustainable way.

Press Freedom is a Compromised Reality in India

One would rather think the most important point of debate would be the state of journalistic ethic in the country.

WHO Certifies India Polio-free

India, was certified polio-free by an independent commission of the World Health Organisation (WHO) with no case of the disease being reported in the country for three years.

Google Fined By Competition Commission of India

The Competition Commission has imposed a penalty on Google for failing to provide information related to an investigation into the Internet major's alleged unfair trade practices.

India-Africa Initiative Empowering African Women

A new initiative has India partnering with African countries to empower African women by developing skills that already exist within them.

Sahara Chief Subrata Roy Gets Conditional Bail

The Supreme Court has ruled that he has to first deposit Rs. 10,000 crore with market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India

Dendroid' Virus Threatening Android Phones in India

ndian cyber security sleuths have alerted users of Android smartphone about the malicious activities of a tricky virus called 'Dendroid'.

The Dark Side of EB-5 US Visa

Exercising caution while pursuing the American dream

Mango Down

EU member states block 5 Indian fruit and vegetable

Great News for Indians Applying for a British Visa

The service will allow Indian applicants to keep their passport while their visa is being processed.

The Capital’s Real Queens

Stereotypes of the city’s changing women are only a part of the unfolding reality

The Disappearing Tribe of India's Letter Writers

For centuries, professional letter writers have helped millions of illiterate Indians

The Man Who Wrote His Own Epitaph

Khushwant Singh, one of India's best known writers won fame for a searing book on partition of the subcontinent as well as his once-daring descriptions of sex.

On The Verge

We often value life, moments, people only on the verge of losing them.

Delhi’s Indo-Western Style

In this happening neighborhood, Indians embrace a mix of traditional and Western styles.

How India is Building Asia's Largest Secure Forest Network

A landmark effort by the Indian state of Karnataka to connect isolated protected forests could lead to the building of Asia's largest unbroken fores

Khushwant Singh, Writer Who Targeted All With Wit, Dies

He shrugged off intellectual trappings and promoted jokes in a way that no other writer had ever done before him, or since.

Indian Widows Challenge Tradition and Attend Holi

Thousands of Indian widows have challenged traditional taboos by attending the Holi festival.

Fauja Singh Run On, You Crazy Diamond

He’s a few days shy of 103, and still lacing up for his daily run. It’s the closest you can come to immortality

Dead Indian Guru Frozen by Devotees

Devotees of a dead guru in India have told they put his body in a freezer to preserve him as they believe he will return to life to lead them.

In Varanasi, a Lifetime Spent in a World of Death

Her life, and her livelihood, was all about waiting for death.

Facebook Emotions Can be Contagious

Positive posts beget positive posts and negative posts beget negative ones

World’s Largest Charter Plane Company Eyes India Entry

The huge spurt in demand for hiring business jets in India has now prompted the world's largest charter company to have a subsidiary here.

Plane Diverted to Carry out Terrorist Activities in India

The airline Boeing 777-200ER has not been found since it had vanished on March 8, 2014.

Plane Hunt in Indian Ocean

Search area goes from 'chessboard to football field.

One Man's Extraordinary Mission to Uplift Tribal Children

He is hailed as a "god" by children of poor tribals of Odisha.

Retail Chains Open Up India's Dental Market

The surest sign that dental chains are a rapidly growing area comes in the form of interest from the private equity industry.

How India Is Helping in Hunt for Missing MH370

India joins 10 other nations in the search for the missing MH370 jet including China, the U.S. and Vietnam.

In Kerala Temple, Devotees Offer Chocolates

Ever heard of a temple where mouth-watering chocolate bars are offered by devotees to the presiding deity

Ultra-cheap Origami Microscope Developed

A microscope seems like a complex piece of kit so the idea that one can be printed on to A4 paper for around 50 cents (30p) seems incredible.

Malaysia Seeks India’s Help in Search For Missing Plane

Search for flight MH370 expands to cover an area stretching from China to the Andaman Sea

US, UK, India Bodies Among Worst Online Spies

Three of the government bodies designated as ‘Enemies of the Internet’ are located in democracies that have traditionally claimed to respect fundamental freedoms.

India's Vibrant Holi Festival

Holi, also known as the Festival of Colors, heralds the beginning of spring and is celebrated all over India.

Miraculous Temples of India

Facts about Indian temples that can keep you up at night.

Auspicious Signs

Astrologers look to the stars to help Indian businesses

Global Recognition of Indian Degrees Soon

India is set to get full-fledged membership status of the Washington Accord by June, enabling global recognition of Indian degrees and improving mobility of students and engineers.

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