The Bindaas Bride

Big, bold Indian weddings are a norm across the globe.

Tale of The Two Falls

A network of three waterfalls — American Falls, Horseshoe Falls and Bridal Veil Falls — comprise the 51 meter tall Niagara Falls.

Rise of The Falls

Part peer-pressure and part awe inspires starry-eyed Indian travelers to take that obligatory trip to Niagara Falls

India Needs to Remember Forgotten Fallen of World Wars

Almost one and a half million Indian soldiers took part in World War One, fighting in battles in far-away lands, and in conditions entirely alien to them.

Indian-origin Scientists Linked to Rresearch Fraud in Singapore

Three Indian-origin scientists have been accused of a scientific fraud in Singapore for falsification of their research data, a media report said on Saturday.

All The Way From Africa

In Indian mythology, it is a bird that waits through summer for the seasons to change, only to open its mouth to the skies to drink rain water directly.

From Iran to India: The Journey And Evolution of Biriyani

Biriyani is the quintessential celebratory dish in India and an aromatic delicacy that dazzles as a sublime one-dish meal

India's Women's Hockey Team Gear up For USA Tour

The tour is the last of the many international exposure matches planned ahead of the upcoming Rio Olympics from August 5-21.

India Offers Ganges Holy Water by Post

The water, known as Gangajal, will be bottled at two spots along the river - its source at Gangotri and the popular pilgrim town of Rishikesh.

Idea Of Europe Vs India’s Identity

Today, the identity of Europe remains in question; that of India, however, is now moving forward into a new century, along with an honouring of its past.

UK Students to Learn Indian Culture

British Council has conducted an Advanced Placement (AP) test for 40,000 students from across the country to participate in the training programme.

The Dark History Behind India And the UK's Favourite Drink

This is the extraordinary story of the most ubiquitous and familiar Indian street food of the lot.

Bun Intended: Domino’s Burger Venture in India

Domino's the world's largest pizza brand launches its first hybrid: the Burger-Pizza. And so takes the fight for the Indian QSR space to the burger kingdom. Will it win?

Post Brexit Survey Shows Indian Traveller Bullish on UK, Europe

The unhindered spirit of a traveller is portrayed when almost 71% people stayed firm on their international travel plans despite any apprehensions BREXIT brought to the global economy.

Indian Nationals Need a New Visa

Britain is shooting itself in the foot with its backward system. Last year, 420,000 Indians visited the UK and spent a total of £433m. Yet Britain’s market share of global Indian tourists has halved over the last decade.

David Cameron Orders Indian Spicy Food For Last Supper as UK PM

Britain's former Prime Minister David Cameron spiced up his 'last supper' at his 10 Downing Street office-cum-home with some spicy Indian food such as Hyderabadi Saffron Chicken, Kashmiri Rogan Josh and Samosas.

From India's Slums to a Scottish Stadium

Slum Soccer, as the name suggests, is an organisation that uses the power of football to empower young men and women who otherwise don’t have much of a chance in leading a normal life.

The Man Who Gave The World Butter Chicken, Dal Makhni & Tandoori Dishes

The two things that remain consistent while ordering Indian food are dal makhani and butter chicken. You probably don't know but these two delicacies were invented by the same man.

Brexit Effect: UK Holiday up to 10% Cheaper For Indian Travellers

Thanks to Brexit, a holiday to the United (no pun intended) Kingdom has become cheaper for Indian travellers.

Looking For a Bride

For all the buzz around innovation and entrepreneurship, the arranged marriage checklist hasn’t changed at all.

Farmer Suicide Rates Higher in US Than India

New data show that US farmers have the highest suicide rates among all US occupation groups - and 12 times higher ones than Indian farmers.

Starbucks, Tata Strengthen Partnership in India

Starbucks Coffee Company Chairman and CEO Howard Schultz and Tata Sons Limited Chairman Cyrus Mistry have agreed on multiple joint initiatives to expand and develop the Tata-Starbucks brand in India.

Why This Indian State Screams For Ice cream

in Gujarat, these are the many eye-popping ingredients in ice creams that the state is famous for."

Jayaram Knocked Out in US Open Grand Prix Semis

India's Ajay Jayaram knocked out of the US Open after suffering a straight-game loss to Japan's Kanta Tsuneyama in the men's singles semifinals of the Grand Prix Gold badminton tournament on Sunday.

Foreign Airlines Shed Fare Load to Entice Desi Flyers

Foreign carriers have introduced discounts to prop up demand during the next three months which is relatively not a high season for travel.

How India Became the World's Biggest Beef Exporter

Private-sector export-oriented Indian processors have emerged with an effective strategy to deliver to developing countries.

New Zealand Denies Visas To Thousands Of Indian Students

According to figures provided under the Official Information Act, 51 institutions, including half of the country's polytechnics, have visa decline rates for Indian students of more than 30 per cent.

Delhi’s Aga Khan Heritage

A mammoth undertaking to restore and develop Delhi’s Nizamuddin will end this time next year. It transformed one of the most historic and touristy areas of the country.

It’s Ladies First at Global B-schools

Of the 42 women that applied for MBA programmes abroad through Admissions Gateway , a Delhi-based admissions consultancy, 41 made it to the top 15 business schools across the world.

The Street Food That Silences Even The Most Heated Debate

You will see besuited businessmen step out of sleek limousines to join the queue alongside the city's poorest residents.

10 Iconic Places Outside India Where Ratha Jatra Is Celebrated

Ratha Jatra of Lord Jagannath being one of the largest religious festivals of India, is not just limited to its borders but also hugely celebrated outside India.

Six Indian Shuttlers Advance to Second Round of US Open

Indian shuttlers made a resounding start to their campaign at the US Open with as many as six men’s singles shuttlers, including Canada Open winner B Sai Praneeth, made it to the second round of the $120,000 Grand Prix Gold tournament here.

Ramadan Charity Seeks to Free Innocent Indian Muslims

One of India's leading Islamic organisations is using the traditional "Zakat" (Ramadan donation) to give legal aid to Muslim youths languishing in jail on serious charges like terrorism.+

India’s American Conundrum

The obsession of Indian elites with the US remains a focal point in their analyses of Indian diplomacy

EU Could Benefit From Services of Young Indian Workers

Hit by the British exit, India has a panacea for the faltering European Union (EU) to take advantage of India’s future human resource powerhouse, which unlike other nationalities possesses the ability to integrate smoothly in all societies.

Govt Will Help Women Trapped in Abusive Marriages to NRI Men

If you are a woman abandoned by an NRI husband, don’t look any further than the government for help.

Music Therapy

While music cannot substitute medication or treatment, it has a therapeutic effect and can help patients relax.

Home Chefs Are Helping Uncover India's Food Secrets

It has been a gastronomically pleasing pairing of individuals who have grabbed the opportunity to enter India's growing start-up space, and home cooks who are eager to chase the "food dream".

How to Incorporate a Company in the US From India

The fact that you’re foreigner does not have an effect on the incorporation process – incorporating for a USA resident is the same as it is for you.

11 Indians Return Home After Languishing In Nigerian Jail For Two Years

Employees of a Merchant Navy firm, the crew’s ship got stranded in Nigeria and the entire crew was arrested for violating laws of international waters in 2014.

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