In 2014, India is in the throes of a major sexual revolution.
India’s state-run aerospace company has delivered the first domestically built astronaut transportation vehicle.
India often attracts generalisations and stereotyping, but more often it defies them.
After months of apologies and outright denials, the former Tehelka magazine editor faces prison.
The concern is growing worldwide over the threat from bacteria that are resistant to the so-called 'last resort' class of antibiotics known as Carbapenems.
More than 450 Indian migrants working in Qatar have died in the last two years, data shows as the Gulf state is under pressure over its rights record ahead of the 2022 World Cup.
A few young technology companies in India are trying to tap into this market, and introduce a more professional pedigree.
Penguin’s decision to withdraw controversial scholar Wendy Doniger’s The Hindus: An Alternative History has resonated strongly in the academic world.
India’s three athletes can now carry their own standard on 23 Feb when the Sochi Games come to an end
Many people visiting India face long queues for a tourist visa from embassies or agencies.
Ranks 41st in number of tourists received but 1st in per-capita spend by them
Among those who figure in the database are two Members of Parliament
Penguin India has defended its decision to recall and destroy copies of a book on Hinduism by a prominent US scholar.
By the side of a crowded Delhi highway with buses thundering by and hawkers touting their wares lies a small, walled cemetery.
India is rapidly changing and these people form one of the strongest narratives that defines the transition from old to new.
This was a statement of intent from the Indian selectors after a string of poor performances in South Africa and New Zealand,
Indian cricketers reigned supreme on the first day of the auction for the seventh edition of the Indian Premier League
Wendy Doniger said she did not blame her publisher Penguin India for withdrawing her book The Hindus
Shiva the god of death and destruction has made his abode here.
American scholar Wendy Doniger said she was "angry and disappointed" that all copies of her latest book on Hinduism will be pulped in India.
The problem, increasingly, in this Republic of the Gagged, is that everything seems to offend.
Wendy Doniger has confirmed in an email to Firstpost that the book is being taken out of publication in India.
A current Team India player is among six prominent "Indian capped" players whose names figure in the Justice Mudgal probe report that investigated the IPL betting and spot-fixing scam.
The IOC lifted the 14-month old ban on India after the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) barred charge-framed officials from its fresh election.
Indian Readership Survey 2013 figures leave print media smarting.
According to Chua and Rubenfeld, the three features that distinguish the six from others are superiority, insecurity and impulse control.
Serving society makes these IIM Bangalore graduates happier than fat pay cheques
The Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Zaka Asraf said South Africa had opposed the International Cricket Council reforms but supported the proposals at Board meeting in Singapore on Saturday.
As the years passed, Poojari himself became a legend credited with bringing respect and dignity to Mumbai’s favourite street foods like ‘paav-bhaji’ or ‘puri-bhaji’ which was once consumed at corner carts.
Just a few hundred metres from the Taj Mahal, there's another monument to love that few people know about or few tourists would care to visit.
India's government has decided to extend the country's limited visa-on-arrival scheme to tourists from 180 countries. in an attempt to boost tourism and business.
The appointment of Satya Nadella as the new boss of Microsoft makes him just the latest Indian to rise to the top of global business.
A new federation of leading British boarding schools is offering scholarships worth Rs 7 crore to attract pupils from India.
Tourists travelling to India from 180 countries will no longer have to queue at their local consulates to obtain visas.
Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata and Hyderabad too had high rates, featuring in the top 10 of 16 cities surveyed
Income inequality is rising in India, where the net worth of its billionaires has jumped 12-fold in 15 years, enough to eliminate absolute poverty twice over in the country
Palaniappa Chettiar has always been goal oriented, and when he turned 97 three years ago, he set himself a new one.
The UPA may deny quid pro quo, but the majority of the Jain minority isn’t complaining
Discrimination of various kinds - racial, ethnic, linguistic etc - is very much a worldwide phenomenon, including in ''the greatest country on earth''
For Delhi residents the backdrop of rush-hour traffic is causing noise pollution so serious that experts are warning of serious health consequences.