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M S Dhoni Retires from Test Cricket

M S Dhoni's Test career came to an end in the same way that he has often played his cricket — with a quirky, inscrutable move that seemed to defy logic and left eyebrows raised all around.

Unruly in the Air

At presentpilots and air hostesses are unclear about how to handle the problem.

An Introduction to the Gujarati Man

Only 5% of the population, but talk about cream of the crop

Sweat the Small Stuff

The key to good health lies in making small, basic changes to your lifestyle

Indian Chains in New York, Worthy of Their Flagships

With hundreds of Indian restaurants in New York City, one would think finding authentic food, or desi khana, would be easy. w567890.

Bangalore Blast, Sandalwood on Alert

The Kannada film industry is rather shaken by the recent low intensity bomb blast in Bengaluru.

Delhi Delights

May be, just maybe, we can start being friends, Delhi and Mumbai? Ring out the old rivalry?

Finding Love in Delhi's Red Light District

Kat Katha is beginning to offer here, what is perhaps of the greatest value is, quite simply, their provision of love.

Lord Hanuman Had a Son

In fact, he also did not know that he had a son, who was quite brave and valiant.

India’s Birth Rate Shrinks

India’s birth rate declined dramatically in the last two decades.

Spy Agencies' Failure Resulted in 26/11 Mumbai Attacks

In one of the most glaring intelligence failures, spy agencies of the United States, Britain and India failed to join the dots gathered after their high-tech surveillance

Africans in India: From Slaves To Rulers

India and Africa have a shared history in trade, music, religion, arts and architecture, but the historical link between these two diverse regions is rarely discussed.

India's Sanskrit Speaking Village

Mattur, in Shimoga districtl appears quite oblivious of the raging debate in India over the recent government order to replace German with Sanskrit in central schools.

Our Girl at Noma

What Garima Arora, the only woman in the hot kitchen of the world’s most celebrated restaurant, learnt—and unlearnt

IITians Give Up Fat Pay For Social Work

It's no longer a mad pursuit to get seven-figure salaries for these IIT students; it's a quest for their dreams that matters to them.

China Beckons Indian Wedding Planners

Tying the knot at Kunming or taking the path to marital bliss at Dali could soon become a fad.

The Untold Story of Great Indian Breads

The use of Indian breads is believed to have originally evolved during the Aryan and Dravidian period.

A Look at India’s Surprisingly Scary Santas

As Christmas approaches, across India there is evidence of one of the country’s fastest growing religions: consumerism.

Indian-American Doctor Charged with Healthcare Fraud

A federal grand jury returned a 13-count superseding indictment charging Sreekrishna Cheruvu, 58, of East Amherst New York.

Indians are Now Expected to Live Longer

India has also been successful in reducing both child and adult mortality.

Madhya Pradesh’s Irani Community Wants Name Off Swindlers' List

Spread across six districts of the state, the Iranis had fled to India in the 19th century to escape religious persecution in their country

India Launches Largest Rocket and Unmanned Capsule

India has successfully launched its largest rocket and an unmanned capsule which could send astronauts into space.

Cricket: Follow the Leader

Is this the last series for Dhoni as Test captain? Virat Kohli’s time may finally be here

Where a Holy Man Lies Frozen, Threat of a Standoff Looms

“If he’s not dead, why is he not coming out? Let people see his body. If he’s in samadhi, why is he in a freezer?

Home Away From Home

As Georgian styles were transferred to Calcutta and Cape Town, the far corners of the British world looked more and more alike.

Intoxicating Freedom

For just over 14 years Goa, India's smallest state, remained under Portuguese rule despite the rest of India having won independence from the British in 1947.

Dalai Lama Concedes He May be the Last

Exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama has said he realises that he may be the last to hold the title.

The Conch On The Khadi

The Gandhi centres are now run as legacies, and then there’s the covert saffronisation bid

Chemicals on Your Plate

Doughnuts, fried chicken, butter popcorn—if any of these are your favourite, read this to know what toxins you are actually taking in with your food

Advanced Medical Practices of Ancient Hindu Saint

The history of medicine is a long and distinguished one, as healers sought to alleviate illnesses and fix injuries since the dawn of humanity.

In Tennis, the Way to Go is Slow

Can India follow the example of Spain and France and build its future players on clay?

A Spiritual High: Climbing Adam’s Peak in Sri Lanka

Sri Pada, which bears a 'footprint' sacred to Muslims, Christians, Hindus and Buddhists, is traditionally climbed at night to see the sunrise from the peak.

Can Yoga Solve Climate Change

The UN has adopted a resolution declaring June 21st as the International Yoga Day.

India's Year on Twitter

PM Modi gets highest RTs, Big B has most followers.

A Land of Strange Tales and Legends

Unusual Hindu temples and their mysterious powers

India Asks What Is Uber

For most Indians this week was the first time they’d heard of the ride-hailing company valued at $41.2 billion.

Nightie Wars

A woman’s group tries to fine those wearing nighties outside homes; inadvertently rakes up a long buried style issue.

Why Do Indians Love Tablets

Surprisingly, it isn't Apple but Samsung who seems to be benefiting the most.

Why Expats Like Working in India

India has been ranked as the second most 'up and coming' destination - the countries that are getting better as a place to live and work in - for expats after China

What's theMost Important Thing for Singles in India

f one goes by a survey, most single Indians can't do without their mobile phones.

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