Are Taxi Firms Stalking Users

Before addressing payments, Taxi firms should clear the air on privacy.

Bhopal Gas Tragedy: Then And Now

On a cold December night of 1984, Bhopal was struck by one of the worst industrial disasters.

Common Sense Comes to India

The new policy is far from perfect, but it's a step in the right direction and one that travellers should applaud.

India’s New PM Aims to Rebrand and Promote Yoga

ndia now has a minister of yoga — and he and his government want their cultural bliss back.

A Shah Overthrown

After more than a decade battling rivals and regulators, the bull run of billionaire Jignesh Shah comes to a catastrophic end

Shuddh Vegetarian in IIT Delhi

RSS activists spur Smriti Irani to dictate hostel food


The rubbish collector left on the scrap heap as his city goes green

Deprive Parent Deserters of Tax Credits

Considering the increase in number of Indians pushing their parents to old age homes, faculty members of IIM-A provided a solution to the policy makers.

Smuggling a Sacrifice

Hindu ritual animal slaughter hit by border rules.

A Sport’s Sleeping Giant Begins to Stir

Indian soccer fans still dream of an alternate reality, one where their sport, not cricket, is the national obsession.

Incredible Ways India Spices Up Fast Food

In India, Chains Serve Up Spicy Banana Pizza and Mutton Whoppers.

Healthcare Industry Next Big Internet Business

Over the past decade-and-a-half, different startups have leveraged the internet to ease the day-to-day lives of consumers.

Google's Smart Spoon

Google is throwing its money, brain power and technology at the humble spoon.

From Nile to Israel

How a chaiwallah and his wife travelled to 16 countries.

Big Challenge for Small-town IIMs, IITs

If connectivity is ever considered a top criterion for selecting sites to set up new IITs and IIMs, those in the pipeline will miss the bus.

The Sound of Silk

Unlike other weaves, the Kanjeevaram sari doesn’t take easily to modernization. Is that why it is falling out of favour even with sari lovers?

Luxurious Winter Resorts in India

Come hail, rain or snow, those of us with wheels on our heels don't allow the harsh cold to ground our travel plans.

MNCs Deprive India of Vital Drugs

Some multinational companies (MNCs) have been delaying the launch of life-saving drugs in India years after getting monopoly rights.

Delhi Media Gossip Sets Indian Twitter Abuzz

Unverified Twitter accounts like "Lutyens' Spice", "Lutyens Masala" are dishing out a good dose of gossip and rumours about Delhi's politicians, journalists and businessmen.

Bizarre Foods Indians Eat

The ultimate bucket list for a fearless foodie.

Why So Many Indians Flock to Gurus

India is a country of more than a billion people and tens of thousands of gurus.

E-visa For 43 Countries to be Rolled Out Tomorrow

Visitors from over 40 countries, including Israel, Palestine, Germany and the US, will be able to avail of the much-awaited electronic visa facility from tomorrow.

Socially Apart

Both the public and private sectors have underestimated the human imperative to behave socially.

Tejpal and Tehelka a Year on From Sexual Assault Allegation

A year after an allegation of sexual assault led to his arrest on a rape charge, Tarun Tejpal, the founder of Tehelka magazine, is once again in the spotlight.

Doctors Push Sales of Exotic Fruit Kiwi

Doctors, patients and WhatsApp push the exotic fruit, owing to its medicinal properties that are believed to help fight the dreaded dengue fever.

The Dangerous Beauty of the Himalayas

When The Wave Comes From The Mountain, documents an area of the Himalayas in Nepal and across the border in India.

Inside Indian Guru Rampal's Ashram

Controversial Indian guru Rampal's ashram in northern India saw pitched battles earlier this week between thousands of supporters and police trying to arrest their leader.

Inside India's Model Village Punsari

Punsari, a village in Gujarat, has been dubbed a "model village" by the state government and is attracting hordes of visitors from other parts of India wanting to replicate the model.

Pakistani Taliban Bid to Set up Cells in India

Factions of TTP have time and again issued threats against India and have even owed allegiance to newly formed Al-Qaida in Indian Subcontinent.

Indians Conferred Sainthood by Pope Francis

Father Kuriakose Elias Chavara and Sister Euphrasia were conferred sainthood by Pope Francis in Vatican City in a moment of elation and spiritual fervour for the Christians in India.

In Athens, Sipping Ghalib’s Old Tom

An unexpected spiritual connection with Ghalib in Athens.

Why Dutee Chand Can Change Sports

The teenage sprinter will fight the controversial ‘gender test’—which she is a victim of—before the highest sports tribunal in Switzerland.

India to Offer Online Visas to 45 Countries

India will offer online visa facilities for 45 countries including US, Australia, Germany.

The 104 Year Old Hyderabadi Tea Biscuit

For Hyderabadis, a lot happens over Osmania biscuits and the popular Irani chai.

Info on Blood Diamonds Could Help India

There are a lot of blood diamonds related to HSBC and that will interest India.

India Has World’s Largest Number of Voluntary Givers

If "achhe din" can be measured in terms of giving, India tops the charts when it comes to the largest number of volunteers anywhere in the world

Promises of Magic

Why so many Indians flock to gurus.

Controversial Indian Guru to Appear in Court

A controversial Indian guru is set to appear in court after the police arrested him.

Formula One May Return to Indian Shores in 2016

The Indian Grand Prix was dropped from the 2014 calendar after three successful seasons, owing to tax and bureaucratic hurdles.

Mind-blowing Ancient Hindu Discoveries

From the invention of the decimal system in mathematics to the noble philosophy of ahimsa, Hindus have contributed their share in all fields of knowledge and learning.

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