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The Story of Jolpa

A village which saved its history. There can be no better example of what people's participation, to restore their village's personality and pride, can accomplish.

Extinct Tree Frog Rediscovered in India

An extraordinary tree frog thought to have died out more than a century ago has been rediscovered in India.

Does Chicken Tikka Have a Nationality

Food has the power to bring enemies together.

Oh, to be a Gujarati Indian Bengalurean

On the tricky and slippery affair of belonging—what does it mean to feel Indian?

E-visas a Hit

The highest number of tourists came from the UK followed by the United States and Russia.

India-Born Cricketer Named in Fix Probe

Former South Africa player Gulam Bodi has been charged with match-fixing by the country's national cricket body.

India Court Questions Women Entry Ban

India's Supreme Court has said that a prominent Hindu temple in the southern state of Kerala has no "constitutional basis" to ban the entry of women.

Rise of the Room-mate Family Major Change in Indian Society

The changing consumer, pressure points for retail and the art of political marketing.

The Paharganj Pub-crawl

The popular and fascinating watering holes of the Capital’s budget hotel district

India Lifts Ban On Bullfighting

The Indian government has lifted a ban on Jallikattu, a version of bull fighting which has been popular for thousands of years in Tamil Nadu.

Indian Boy in World Record 1,009 Runs

An Indian teenager scored more than 1,000 runs in a single innings to set a new world record in school cricket.

Why is Mark Zuckerberg angry at critics in India?

Mark Zuckerberg is feeling the force of critics who believe his effort to provide Indians with free access to a limited number of internet services hurts India's democracy and violates net neutrality.

Resurrecting a Lost Culinary Culture

In a delicious twist to the tale, a new generation of food connoisseurs in India, is jumpstarting a culinary culture that traces a journey back to its heritage.

Guardians of The Forest

Tribal women protect forests in Himachal Pradesh’s Lahaul region, using fines, social boycotts and the law

Two Rupee News

A group of street children are busy in an unusual editorial meeting in a house in the Indian capital, Delhi.

What Facebook is Doing to Push Free Basics in India

It’s hard to miss Facebook’s aggressive advertising campaign for Free Basics, the company’s controversial programme to bring millions of unconnected Indians online.

50 Countries Offering Visa on Arrival For Indians

There are more than 50 countries where you can just land up and get a visa stamped on arrival.

Cricket no Longer The Only Religion For Sporty Indians

Soccer, kabaddi & tennis leagues to offer tempting choice other than cricket.

India Puts Brakes on Facebook

Facebook's effort to provide Indians with free access to a limited number of internet services has run into trouble.

Is Indian Hockey Finally Going Somewhere

After decades of rot, the men’s team seems to have found their feet just in time for the 2016 Olympics

Luxury Weddings Become Special And Unusual

The big, fat Indian wedding is getting bigger and fatter, with hosts splurging more to make their events special and unusual

Dream Destinations in India to Say I Do

Weddings are an excuse for revelry when it concerns guests, a lot of fun, a lot of debauchery at times but mostly creating memories that are quite well documented too.

Downhill in Darjeeling

Between expansive views of the Kanchenjunga and the bustle of the Chowrasta, the frisson of the hill town’s ethnic rivalry

Lyft Expands Asian Partnerships in Challenge to Uber

It announced an alliance with India's Ola and South East Asia's GrabTaxi which allows customers to book private cars and taxis in each other's regions, starting next year.

Threatened Pharmacy of The World

The Indian pharmaceutical industry accounts for 8 percent of global production and nearly 20 percent of the world’s generic supply.

8 Made For India Apps to Simplify Your Life

There are an estimated 160 million smartphone users in India and over 3 million apps available across all the mobile platforms today.

India-Pakistan Series Unlikely to go Ahead

A top BCCI official says board is unlikely to get required clearance from external affairs ministry for resumption of cricketing ties with Pakistan.

India's Fiesty Female Farmers

The small band of pioneering women farmers in India.

Starbucks Brews Better Sales in India Than Rivals

Starbucks, the world's largest coffee retailer, posted per-store sales that were more than two-and-a-half times higher than its largest rival during its second full year of operations in India

Clock Kid Wants a $15-mn Sorry From His city

The family of Ahmed Mohamed, the Texas teenager who was arrested after a teacher mistook his homemade clock for a bomb, has demanded USD 15 million in compensation

Why Indian Bosses Rarely Pull a Mark Zuckerberg

Many Indian bosses don't completely hang up their suits in favour of their parental duties and prefer juggling the demands of their jobs with personal responsibilities:

The Life of Teen Beauty Contestants

In Chandigarh and Ambala teenage beauty contests are a rage.

Indian Healthcare Making a Difference in Africa

India’s healthcare outreach to Africa, including the smaller ones, is through the Pan African e-Network Project, which links 48 African countries.

Despair Over Ban in India's Surrogacy Hub

India recently announced a ban on surrogate services for foreign couples and notices have been sent to fertility clinics to not accept any more overseas clients.

Greenpeace India's Shutdown Halted

An Indian court has put on hold an order cancelling Greenpeace India's registration to operate in the country.

India Media Tycoon Arrested in Murder Case

Peter Mukerjea, the former CEO of Rupert Murdoch's Star India network, was arrested on Thursday night.

Yale University May Reserve Seat in Bengaluru

Ivy League member Yale University is scouting for partners to help set up a multidisciplinary centre in India's silicon valley Bengaluru.

Indian Spices That Prevent Cancer

Turmeric is the king of spices when it comes to dealing with cancer diseases, besides it adding a zesty colour to our food on the platter.

India’s Unseen Foods

Why the staples of a large section of India are shrouded in deliberate invisibility

Baba Ramdev to Now Launch Khadi Yoga Wear

From a conception pill to organic toothpaste, instant noodles and ayurvedic products, India's favourite Baba Ramdev has it all under his brand "Patanjali."

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