Two Indian Institutes Make it to World’s Top 200

The Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru, has taken the top spot among its Indian counterparts.

Can a Piece of Jewellery Make You Safe

On the face of it, Safer is a large-ish gem pendant set in steel casing, and worn on a steel chain.

High-speed Mobile Puts Africa and India on Fast Track

The roll-out of high-speed mobile connectivity in Africa and India is demonstrating yet again how emerging economies can leapfrog traditional developmental stages to accelerate their economic growth.

With Freebies, New York City Targets Long-staying Indians

he most visited city in the US awaits, with lots more new to offer Indians,

Open For Business

The Bookshop in Delhi’s Jor Bagh, a window to the pre-Kindle world, makes a compelling case for book stores

Why Mumbai Is Banning Meat This Weekend

Can the government dictate what its citizens eat? For a few days in September in some parts of India, it can.

Newcastle Couple Facing Deportation to India

A housebound couple with severe health problems are facing deportation from Newcastle

Multiracial Indians

New York is the most multiracial Indian city. No surprise there. But Hawaii and Alaska are the most multiracial Indian states.

Only 1 in 4 Indian Applicants will Make it to Haj

Only one in four of Indian Muslims desiring to perform Haj will be travelling to Saudi Arabia this year.

Reasons Indian Newspapers Have Been Unshaken by the Internet Storm

The plunging newspaper circulation numbers and widespread reporter layoffs that have come with the spread of the World Wide Web are a distant concern for India’s many newspapermen.

Bundi: a Hidden Gem of Rajasthan

Bundi isn't a city used to wealthy tourists. It was a revelation not to be hassled and harassed by touts begging me to buy anything from postcards to carpets.

Women Who Wait

Whether they exist or not, babies can rule women’s lives.

Young Indians Embrace Dating Apps Despite Social Taboos

Thousands of young Indians are exploring online dating apps and breaking with India’s tradition of arrange marriage

Bye bye, Aurangzeb

A list of Delhi street names and what they were called before.

Starting Early

It was an unfortunate minor incident that was to change his life.

Facebook Storytellers of India

Reading stories of people can help everyone shed their inhibitions of 'strangers', judging people and loosely assuming and believing whatever society expects them to believe.

Future Looks Brighter for Indian Cricket

India has a rich array of talent to pick from, with the main doubt concerning how much of it is suitable for Test cricket.

The Burmese Indians Who Never Went Home

Indians lived in Burma for centuries, but large-scale migration took place during British-colonial rule.

India's Unusual Protests

Some of India's most unusual protests - and protesters. Pink underwear, poop and snakes

Maximum City, Maximum Snacks

Making the Bombay Sandwich Delhi-style and admitting that it is not a patch on the original

Indian IT Giant Signs Up With Chelsea FC

Wipro teams up with Chelsea Day after Manchester United signs up HCL

India's Most Hounded Activist

She has been called a "threat to India's national security" and a prosecutor wants to send her to prison.

Tsunami of Chinese Phones on Its Way to India

There's a Tsunami of quality smartphones headed our way from Chinese shores, and these are ones that are getting us really excited about the Chinese invasion.

Bharat Bandh

About 15 crore workers are on strike today across the country with 10 major trade unions calling for a "Bharat bandh."

India Top Court Lifts Ban on Jains' Santhara Death Fast

India's Supreme Court has suspended an order of the Rajasthan high court banning santhara - the controversial Jain ritual of fasting unto death.

India Accuses Google of Stifling Competition

Indian authorities have accused internet giant Google of abusing its dominance in search advertising.

India Sensational Murder Grips Local Media

The arrest of a prominent media industrialist in India has unearthed a story involving murder, hidden identity, sensational allegations and countless accusations.

No Pity for Patels

The Patel/Patidar demand to be granted the status of OBC, or Other Backward Class, in Gujarat is premised on the notion that the state should look not at communities but at individuals.

Sania Mirza Conferred Khel Ratna

Sania Mirza became the second tennis player to receive the Khel Ratna after Leander Paes.

How India Could Reinvent its Cities and Boost Tourism

Re-inventing our urban neighbourhoods could be one such way to unleash India’s tourism potential.

Indian Diaspora in Fiction

Politicians, business magnates, sports stars — the Indian diaspora has done well for itself in its new homes around the world.

Jamie Oliver to Open First Restaurant in India

Jamie’s Pizzeria is a 50-60 seat restaurant that serves innovative and delicious thin crust pizzas, salads, sides and desserts

Sania Mirza Issued Notice on Khel Ratna Issue

The award should be given on the basis of statistics and merit and not on the basis of popularity.

Indrani Mukerjea: The Great Gatsby of Mumbai

Indrani Mukerjea was like the Great Gatsby of Mumbai — no one knew where she came from and how she overnight transformed herself into a self-proclaimed media maharani.

Patel Agitation

Centre rushes 5,000 paramilitary troops to Gujarat.

Onion Crisis: Now Cook Superb Indian Food Without Onions

Cooking dishes without onions is not an impossible task nor is it a new concept in the Indian culinary landscape.

Halt to italian Marines Trial Ordered

A UN-linked tribunal has ordered a halt to all legal proceedings in the case of two Italian marines accused of killing two Indian fishermen in 2012.

0.7 Per cent Fall in India’s Hindu Population

India’s Hindu population has fallen by 0.7 per cent in the past decade, making it less than 80 per cent of the nation’s total population.

The Best Little Golfer in The World

Shubham Jaglan comes from a village where no one’s heard of the game. Now his name is on a winner’s list that includes Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy

Should India's Jains be Given the Choice to Die

A court in India creates a flutter by outlawing a centuries-old religious practice of fasting to death by the Jain community.

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