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M-Zero India's First Supercar

M-Zero looks absolutely radical and flaunts a stunning design.

Output Crunch is Killing India's Saffron Frenzy

Kesar ice creams, biriyani, pan masalas and other saffron-using eatables may become costlier as price of the spice is inching upwards due to less production in Kashmir.

India Should Be Bigger Than It Appears

Is there a grand Western conspiracy to tar India’s image and diminish its global standing?

Where in India Can You Get beef

Two Indian states recently tightened laws banning cow slaughter and the sale and consumption of beef.

Decline of Times Now

Sydney hashtag debacle spells bad news for the 'people's channel'.

World's Most Expensive Ice-cream

Its creator, Indian businessman Zubin Doshi, says the $817 USD or Rs.51144 price tag is about right when you consider its unusual mix of ingredients.

Women Milk Bank Opens in Jaipur

The centre has benefited many mothers who suffer from hyper-lactation and infants whose mothers are ill.

Concern for India's Christians

The growing insecurity in India's Christian community

Seafood on the Seashore

The story of holiday food on the coast is as bumpy as India’s shoreline.

No Indian in ICC’s World Cup XI

The team was dominated by New Zealand rather than Australia, with Brendon McCullum picked up as captain

Walloped, Shamed

The amazing Arnab Goswami rap parody you have to watch.

Beef Ban In India Reaches Cages Of Lions

The change in diet has nothing to do with health, and everything to do with India's particular mix of politics and religion.

Voyages to Degradation

These unlikely tourists cover a wide spectrum — from journalists to a stand-up comic/political satirist

India Two Good

Their wins made Saina and Srikanth the first non-Chinese compatriots to complete a double twice.

The Scourge of the Betel Nut

betel nuts are believed to be one of the most popular mind-altering substances in the world.

The Sex Talk: Time to Make Your Stand Clear, India

India was one of the 43 countries led by Russia that attempted to deny benefits to same sex partners of UN staff by passing a resolution

Beyond Bling

What has Indian fashion achieved since the first Fashion Week in 2000, besides its fascination with overdesign?

Homophobic and Proud

India joins Saudi Arabia, Russia, Pak to vote against same sex relations in UN.

Bollywood Celebs' Cricket Superstitions

For India and Indians, cricket is a religion and they treat it with utmost respect.

India Will Feel Right at Home in Sydney

The two most powerful cricketing nations and also the fiercest of rivals meet each other tonight in what has been billed as the World Cup final.

Cricket World Cup

Can India beat Australia?

The Dangers of India's Online Content Moderation

Online content moderation - cleaning up social media sites of illicit, explicit and undesirable content - is a booming business in India.

In Old Delhi, Street Food with a Whiff of History

The narrow gullies of Old Delhi narrate many stories through the overwhelming variety of street food that they offer.

India Moves Into Cricket World Cup Semifinals

India took one step closer to successfully defending its Cricket World Cup title.

The Politically Loaded Question That Got India Talking

A female student from Delhi says that the huge online reaction to a question she asked at a lecture was "deeply misogynistic".

The New Mauka Mauka Ad Will Make You Smile

The latest Mauka Mauka will definitely give you a reason to smile, no matter who you are supporting.

Solar Impulse

A fuel-free aeroplane has taken off from the Indian city of Ahmedabad city on the third leg of its historic attempt to fly around the world.

6 Colours You Need to Eat

The key is to eat a rainbow of colours as they provide vitamins, minerals and antioxidants to nourish your body.

The Religion of Indian Teenagers

Even in these us-and-them times, many young friends don’t dwell on issues of religion.

Who Will Win Cricket World Cup

It has taken four weeks, but the Cricket World Cup has finally whittled 14 teams down to eight and is poised for the knockout stage.

Facebook and the Big Indian Blockade

India stands second after the US in a list of countries for the number of government requests to Facebook .

The Lavish Lifestyle of India's Royalty

India's royalty lost their official powers when the nation gained independence in 1947 but the modern-day maharajas are still wealthy and influential

48 Hours in Varanasi

Filled to the brim with temples and teeming with pilgrims, the city is a magnet for travel enthusiasts.

The 15-and-a-half lies of Yudhishthira in Mahabharata

One man’s dharma at one point in time could be diametrically opposite to his dharma at another point in time.

The New Life of English Poetry

Long confined to a niche literary circle, Indian poetry in English is becoming part of the mainstream.

India and US Clash Over Swine Flu Strain Mutation

India has disputed US scientists' findings that the deadly swine flu virus has acquired more virulent mutations in the South Asian country.

India’s Millionaires Leaving in Droves

has also seen many of its seven-figured-citizens escape to other countries.

Protecting Free Speech in India

Two legal distortions—Section 295A of the IPC and the first constitutional amendment—come in the way of free speech.

Untold Mysteries of Indian Shrines

India is among the most mystifying countries in the world.

World Cup 2015: India on a Roll

As the World Cup’s knockout stage approaches, India are matched only by co-hosts New Zealand.

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