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Fusion Indian on the Dessert Menu

Sweet love has roots that reach back to the Indian mythology.

Nobody Can Beat Dilli Punjabi at Diwali

Diwali is not a one day affair with close friends and family but rather a month-long saga of parties, events and melas.

Diwali Ad Explosion Buries Top News

In many of India’s top newspapers this week, stories that should be page-one news are now buried on page 3 or even page 10.

Dunkin’ Donuts New India Menu

Dunkin’ Donuts has taken localization to a new level with five India-inspired doughnuts.

India Suspend Tours of West Indies

India have suspended all future tours to the Caribbean following the West Indies' decision to withdraw from their visit to India

It's Ladoos Over Chocolates During Diwali

Despite stiff competition from attractively packed imported chocolates, branded traditional Indian sweets have managed to hold on to their own.

Historic Thirst

The ancient roots of India’s wine trade.

Why And How Has Multicultural India Become Racist

The recent incidents of unprecedented mob violence and public lynching leave experts confused about a plausible explanation,

Honeymoon in Vienna

The city’s relaxed and laidback attitude was the perfect getaway after many tiring weeks of preparations and celebrations that are associated with Indian weddings.

India Preferred Destination For Surrogacy

the country has turned into an international surrogacy destination because of its cost effectiveness.

67% of Indians Choose Snacks Over meals

67% of Indians are consuming snacks instead of breakfast and 56% are replacing dinner and lunch each with snacks.

Innovated in India Shoes To Ensure You Never Get Lost

Directions are relayed through haptic feedback through vibrations either in the left or the right shoe.

West Side Story

There is more to the West Indies team's pullout from India tour than just wages and pay cuts.

Indian Parents Are The Most Difficult

Indian and Chinese mainland parents are pickiest about their child's education, with more than 70% of them expecting that their child will achieve a master's level or above.

India's Quest to Get People Online

One billion people are still not connected to the internet in India and cost is the main barrier.

Indian Scientist Presented World Food Prize

Sanjaya Rajaram has been awarded the World Food Prize in recognition of his significant contributions to global wheat production.

Sleeping Giant Stirs in India

Organisers of the Indian Super League are hoping to convert cricket crazy Indians to the joys of football.

India Losing It's Grip Over Cricket Market

ICC's media rights deal shows that India's contribution to world cricket has fallen considerably.

Khadi Couture

How to Wear Indian Clothes in the U.S.

Can India Block Ebola Invasion

A second Ebola case on US soil has raised the alarm in India's health establishment.

Great Indian Novel

Why Shashi Tharoor's Great Indian Novel still appeals.

Shades of Africa in India's Social Fabric

Astonishing as it may sou­nd but East Africans were once a part of India.

Australian Surrogacy Abuse is India's Shame

The refusal by an Australian couple to take one of the twins they sought through surrogacy in India has exposed the sleazy and unethical side of the booming surrogacy industry.

The Nobel's Noble Battle

At a time when news has been a dark canvas of conflicts and calamities worldwide, the announcement beamed a bright light through the gloom.

Kailash Satyarthi, The Children’s Man

A look at the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize winner’s fight against child and bonded labour, trafficking, modern slavery and other social evils

Isro Plans to Send an Indian Into Space

Isro had done a study seven years ago about the requirements of a human flight.

Sai Baba Devotees Can File Case Against Shankaracharya

Swami Swaroopanand Saraswati had ran down the followers of Shirdi Sai Baba, saying they ought not to worship the 19th century mystic who was no God.

How Cyclone Hudhud Got Its Name

Cyclone Hudhud, expected to hit India's south-eastern coast on Sunday afternoon, was "born" in Oman?

The Useful Salwar

A top-selling retail separate, designers subvert the original ‘salwar’ for modern versions on the fashion ramp

A Happy Homecoming For India's Widows

A group of Indian widows have returned to their home city to raise awareness about the plight of women who are thrown out by their families after their husbands die.

Dhoni Sole Indian Athlete on Forbes’ List

Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the sole Indian sportsman to figure on Forbes' list of the world's most valuable athlete brands

New York Times Apologises For Cartoon On India's Mars Mission

NYT apologised for publishing a cartoon on India's successful Mars mission which a large number of readers accused of mocking India.

India And An Overburdened Planet

The lifestyle of an Indian places less demands on the ecosystem than that of the citizens of many other countries.

This Burger is World’s Costliest

Priced at £1,1237.50 with service the burger took three weeks to develop.

Indians to Benefit From New Irish-UK Visa Deal

Our aim is to boost tourism and business travel to our countries.

Skype to Bar Calls Within India

Skype will end support for calling within India, meaning calls to mobiles and landlines from Skype within India will no longer be available.

Cutting Down India’s Forest of Laws

A multitude of laws is the surest way to create a lawless society

Himachal Apple Orchards Beckon Tourists

In a unique initiative to make tourism business more fruitful in Himachal Pradesh, the state Tourism Department is all set to take tourists to apple orchards.

Why Love is a Four Letter Word

The current jihad against love is only the latest and most visible instance of a virulent Indian misogyny

Apology Follows Threat to Hundreds at Harvard

The email list appeared to target people with Asian surnames.

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