The Indian media strongly condemned the alleged sexual assault on a woman journalist by Tehelka magazine’s editor-in-chief Tarun Tejpal.
A 4.4-billionyear-old 'black beauty' rock discovered in the Sahara desert may be the oldest Martian meteorite ever found
Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar might soon worshipped in a temple planned in his name in Bihar state.
There are lingering doubts about whether they should be there at all, or whether they are betraying their religion.
Two obsessions have come to dominate human social interaction in the age of social media: obsession with the self, and obsession with the screen
Sachin is trading his cricket uniform for a red turban and a fake mustache and a career in ads by an online travel agency.
You don’t usually fall in love when you are seething with rage or feeling cheated around every corner.
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Tendulkar had become a national habit.
The quest for a fulfilling experience, however, has pushed some to make their holidays more meaningful by volunteering for some social service at their destinations.
There are many NRIs or children of NRIs who are returning to India and claiming permanent citizenship in India.
Men who ponder the eternal puzzle about what it is women really want may finally have the answer.
Debt, disability and societal pressures were but some of the hurdles Indian women faced in 2013 on their quest to conquer Everest
Tendulkar's stellar 24-year cricketing career boasts of innumerable records and milestones which would be hard to surpass
Two local Indian restaurants have been nominated for this year’s British Curry Awards.
The ad has resonated with viewers on both sides of the border and across generations.
Donation worth $14.5m for Mahabodhi temple follows pledge by King Bhumibol Adulyadej
The political editor of one of India’s leading English-language weekly magazines, says he will take legal action over his sacking after he was allegedly offered thousands of dollars to leave the company quietly.
Authorities in India's Bihar state have unveiled a model of what they say will be the world's largest Hindu temple.
Seven Indian-origin academics figure among Thinkers50, described as the Oscars of management thinking published every two years
Leading US publications have nonetheless paid tribute to retiring Indian superstar Sachin Tendulkar.
Overwhelming demand to see Tendulkar’s final testestified to his unmatched standing in India as both a sports and a cultural hero.
India's performance when it comes to internet penetration is an achievement, given the country's current infrastructure.
The mysteries of the ancient Indian practice of yoga and its profound meanings are explored
India’s tradition of jewelry making and ornamental objects spans several centuries and remains today both an inexhaustible hunting ground for collectors and an evolving source of inspiration for contemporary designers.
Decades after society gave him employment at four rupees a month, Poojari is now giving back in ample measure to children by providing them with all kinds of educational help in his native Padukone village.
As India launched a mission to Mars this week, I could not help noting some surprising similarities between the ingenuity of the country's space scientists and its street children.
Women's groups in India have expressed outrage over remarks on rape made by the chief of the country's top investigation agency.
India's mission to Mars has overcome a technical problem and appears to be back on track, the country's space research agency says.
If you're looking to invest in real estate, it might be wise to wait for the bubble to burst.
Here’s what it was like to be around the great batsman whose vocabulary seemed distilled to a single Marathi word—‘shambar’. It means hundred
Newspapers are highlighting a controversy over a discriminatory property advert that barred Muslims from applying for a flat in Mumbai.
The piece, which has no satirical elements whatsoever, is vulgar and outrightly salacious.
The tribals have assimilated with the existing culture and traditions of the Brahmaputra valley, creating many new traditions, cultures, handicrafts, dance forms and a new way of living.
Indian billionaires, the sixth largest group in the rich world, have thrown up an interesting trend found nowhere else in the world.
The richest Indians live in states that have fewer poor people on average.
What is life without some romance, no matter how rich or poor we are? This time we are “dreaming with open eyes” and we shall make it happen.
Whether the real estate bill will become law is unclear, but at least one determined home buyer has won a battle against DLF in an Indian court.
The launch is to take place on November 5
There is life on Indian streets and the bands add to the vitality.