NRI React to Film Ban

Nirbhaya film, welcomed everywhere, except India.

Modern Maharaja

The lavish lifestyle of India's royalty.

Chew on This

Scientists have found out why Indian food is so popular.

India's Daughter

We should be happy BBC made this 'shaming' documentary.

India’s Chanel Jacket

The ‘bandhgala’ is now a trans-seasonal wardrobe staple

Dodging Ban

Indians are evading ban on rape documentary

A Post-script to Li Edelkoort’s Fashion Lament

She may be right, but it’s not yet time to write an elegy on Indian fashion.

Cow Row

The Indians who have a beef with the ban on beef

WHO Lauds India for Anti-smoking Mechanisms

WHO calls India a ‘champion’ for curbing tobacco marketing in films.

Facebook Biggest Drain on Smartphone Performance

It seems that the more socially connected you are, the more likely your smartphone's battery is running almost on empty.

World Cup 2015: India’s Bowlers Hit Their Stride

After a terrible lead-up to the World Cup, they have made a turnaround with a polished display

Women Who Dared to Change Their Fate

Pascal took up a project to photograph women who have been fighting against prejudice and intolerance in society.

Good Deal

Why India’s mobile users go offline for video.

Junket Jolt to Doctors

Doctors campaigning for ethics in medical practice have cautioned that incentives from drug companies may influence doctors to prescribe expensive drugs.

Federer Sorry For Upsetting India

Roger Federer has apologised for getting caught up in the bitter rivalry between Indian and Pakistani cricket fans.

Why Homeless Britons Are Turning to the Sikh For Food

Homeless people in the UK are getting free meals thanks to a centuries-old Sikh tradition.

India Show World Cup Credentials

India announced themselves as possible World Cup winners with a 130-run demolition of South Africa

Mourning For the Rich and the Poor in America

So powerful is the onslaught of the iconography of mourning that it has become a universal standard for displaying the public affection of those who suffer.

Bitter Cup

Cricket’s marquee tournament is a sham.

Amartya Sen to Quit Nalanda

Amartya Sen to quit Nalanda, alleges political interference.

The Fast Bowler Conundrum

Why we still don’t have effective fast bowlers.

Has Indian Food Been Misrepresented Globally

Globally, Indian food has been misrepresented since the proliferation of 'Indian' restaurants around the world.

Will Kirsten Doom Team India by Passing World Cup-Winning Secrets

South Africa bank on legendary former players Gary Kirsten and Allan Donald to beat defending champions India in their next World Cup 2015 match

Team India Denies Rumours of Rift

The Indian team management on Wednesday, sought to deny a media report about chief coach Duncan Fletcher being ignored meetings and also not being kept in the loop about team strategy.

India's Family-friendly Employers

In India's cities, only about a quarter of women are in paid employment.

In Remembrance of Lord Shiva's Wedding

Holy men and devotees take rest at the courtyard of the Pashupatinath temple during Shivaratri festival .

Kerala Girl a Step Away From Ticket to Mars

Kerala girl Shradha Prasad's dream of settling down on Mars is inching towards reality.

Geography of Love

Forget Valentine’s Day, in love-unfriendly Delhi, Lodi Gardens is an everyday oasis. Mumbai’s lovers aren’t bereft of similar spots either.

India's Macaroon Queen

The hours will be long and challenges will appear, but if you are passionate enough you will succeed.

A New Start for India-Pakistan Cricket

Even as the passion of this rivalry remains undimmed, the abuse and ugly jingoism of the past are mostly gone.

Google to Inflate Balloon Internet in India

Google’s Wi-Fi enabling balloons may soon dot Indian skies.

The Many Strands of Indian Identity

An ambitious new library of Indian literature shows the cultural riches ignored by today’s Hindu nationalists.

Hindu Temple Vandalised in US

A Hindu temple in the US state of Georgia was vandalised by unknown miscreants over the weekend.

World Cup Fever Grips India

From the streets to the banks of the Ganga: World Cup fever grips India.

Delhi/NCR is India’s Most Romantic City

Delhi/NCR topped the list of India’s most romantic cities, placed well ahead of Bengaluru and Mumbai.

Foreign Racket

How poor Hyderabad women promised wealth, marriage are sold to pimps.

Modi Temple Appalls Prime Minister Modi

“Have seen news about a Temple being built in my name. I was appalled,” a tweet from Mr. Modi’s official Twitter account said.

India in Peril at the World Cup

Conditions in Australia and New Zealand will not help spinners or docile pacers

On the Rural Path

Commonly referred to as rural or responsible tourism, it entails participation from the traveller as well as the host community.

Japanese Interventions

How Indian fashion designers are using elements of the world’s most minimalistic design philosophy to forge a new language

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