Apology Follows Threat to Hundreds at Harvard

The email list appeared to target people with Asian surnames.

Incheon Bares Sordid Sports Saga of India

India’s ranking has gone down from the sixth four years ago to eighth now.

NYT's Racist Cartoon

The New York Times cocked a snook at the Mangalyaan spacecraft by publishing a cartoon that showed a turban-wearing man with a cow knocking at the door of the "Elite Space Club".

Stolen Ganesha in US to Return Soon

The Ganesha will be the third stolen idol that Tamil Nadu is getting back in the Kapoor case.

Is Yoga Really About Exercise

Yoga practitioners are fighting a new sales tax by insisting the activity isn't primarily about fitness.

The Spaniard Who Loves Us

The man who is poking about in our homes to find new ways to make them beautiful and functional

Gender Dispute

When is a sportswoman not woman enough?

India Singer Criticised For Sexist Jeans Remark

Women's groups in the southern Indian state of Kerala have criticised the legendary singer KJ Yesudas for saying women should not wear jeans.

Indians Shop for Apartments in US

For affluent Indians, U.S. real estate is a security blanket.

India Beat Pakistan To Win Men's Hockey Gold

IT took Indian men 16 years to reclaim Asiad hockey gold, which also earned them a direct berth to the 2016 Rio Olympics.

1,000 US Academics To Teach in Indian Universities

The idea is to invite and host up to 1,000 American academics every year to teach in centrally-recognized Indian universities.

85% of Indians are Offline

The countries were ranked on the index on the basis of their scores on four kinds of barriers: incentives, low incomes and affordability, user capability, and infrastructure.

Indian Varsities in World’s top 300

It should be a cause for serious concern that India does not yet have a top-200 entrant, and does not seem to be making enough progress up the rankings.

Why is Adolf Hitler Popular in India?

The different attitudes that have given Hitler his unique Indian afterlife can surprise those from the West who are confronted by them.

Photoshopping Federer

Images of the tennis star in India, created by his fans

Delhi Metro Ranked Second

Delhi Metro has been ranked second among 18 international Metro systems i

Brain Repair May be Boosted By Curry Spice

A spice commonly found in curries may boost the brain's ability to heal itself.

India's Race For Space Success

ndia's maiden mission to Mars, the Mangalyaan, has arrived in orbit after a 300-day marathon covering over 670 million kilometres.

Hello Ello, Goodbye Facebook

Social media network without ads woos users.

Mumbai Ranked 12th Most Expensive City

London has overtaken Hong Kong as the world's most expensive city to live and work in.

Red-letter Day For India

India created history becoming the first country to succeed on its first Mars mission when Isro's Mangalyaan slipped into Martian orbit after a few nail-biting moments.

Smoked Meat Deadlier Than Liquor

When meat or fish is cooked directly over fire, it gets covered with cancer-causing carcinogens, making it more dangerous than even smoking or consumption of alcohol,

Suspicious Spouses

Delhi marriage detective in high demand.

Bollywood Cleavage Row Shows India's Crass Side

A clash between India's top newspaper and a Bollywood actress shows no signs of abating.

Indian Junk Food Scandal

It's a storm in a cup which we all must look into.

The Mobile Gatekeepers of India's Railways

Some 11,500 of the more than 30,000 railway crossings in India are unmanned.

Indians Spend Big On Hotels Abroad

It turns out the cliche that Indians are the stingiest travellers is not true.

Indian Architect Named Leader of Tomorrow

A 28-year-old Indian architect has been named "young leader of tomorrow" by Time magazine for his pioneering work in designing affordable flood-proof houses for slum dwellers.

Why Indians Bargain With No Apologies

Just because we are known to be brains behind some of the big companies, does not mean we have piles of cash in our accounts.

Visa On Arrival Facility On The Anvil For US Tourists

The ministry of home affairs is working overtime to finish the work on the VoA proposal to finalize it in time for the Prime Minister's visit.

To Be or Not To Be English

English is a foreign language and I believe it can never be a language for social inclusion.

Artificial Sweeteners Can Trigger Diabetes

Artificial sweeteners may disrupt the body's ability to regulate blood sugar, causing metabolic changes that can be a precursor to diabetes.

The Return of Nalanda

Against the epic scale and lofty credentials of its first millennium avatar, the return of India’s oldest university has been modest so far.

A Merry-Go-Round For Cricket Coaches

Long-Term Faith in Short Supply Among Test-Playing Nations

A Taste Of Italy Up In Shimla Hills

The Himachal Pradesh capital is now offering a platter of authentic taste of Italy

Does Third Eye Open At The Time Of Death

Hindus acknowledge it and pay respect to it daily by wearing a bindi or tilak at the exact spot where this invisible third eye is located.

With Winter's Onset, The Gods Return From Heaven

Every village has several resident "gods" and "goddesses" who are invoked as living deities.

The Great Indian Wedding Obsession

Why Indian fashion designers are obsessed with weddings

This IIT Is Ahead Of Its Peers

A global university ranking has placed IIT-Bombay, ahead of its other counterparts.

7 Classics Of Hindi Literature You Must Read

It's a reservoir that can never go dry, and neither is it possible to ever do justice to any list of top classics.

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