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Indian Restaurant In UK Fined Over Smell of Biryani And Bhaji

Middlesbrough Council fined 'Khushi Indian Buffet Restaurant' owners after the establishment sent aromas of 'biryanis' and 'bhajis' filtering through the area.

South Africa Targets Over 1,00,000 Tourists From India in 2017

South Africa, southernmost tip of the African continent, is all geared up to welcome more than 1,04,000 tourists from India this year .

Ageing Parents And Living Overseas

Between the broad smiles, there is a saga of anxiety, loneliness and uncertainty which remains untold.

Why Indians Just Can't Get Enough of Bling

Show off as bling, donate for blessings or save it for a rainy day, India's obsession with gold is here to stay.

This Indian Tea brand is World's Costliest

A special 5kg pack of handcrafted Darjeeling tea from iconic Makaibari tea estate in Kurseong has fetched the best ever price for any first flush tea at $302 a kilo.

Sylvia’s Story Beyond The Scandal

The Nanavati murder trial was not just one of the most sensational crime cases in India, it also triggered the end of the jury system.

Vinod Khanna: Obituary of a Maverick Bollywood Hero

A villain-turned-leading man of Bollywood, a bohemian at the feet of a hippy guru, a successful politician: Vinod Khanna was a man who lived many lives.

Chinese, Indian Travelers Continue to Rise in UAE

The UAE continues to be an increasingly important destination for travelers from both China and India,

Live The Indian Summer

Summer is always when everyone is lying to everyone.

India Bans Social Media in Kashmir

Authorities in Indian-administered Kashmir have announced a one-month ban on 22 social media services, including Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp.

How the United States Has Become a Problem for Indians

Equality and the American dream seem to be increasingly out of reach for many Indians in the U.S., since President Donald Trump took office.

5 Ways the British Empire Ruthlessly Exploited India

It's a myth that British imperialism benefited one of its richest colony, India, when in reality it drained all its wealth and resources.

No Longer a Dream: Silicon Valley Takes on The Flying Car

Silicon Valley is full of very smart people, but they don't always get the laws of physics. Gravity is a formidable adversary.

Burpees: The Magic Workout

Why you should add burpees to your exercise routine.

Indian-origin Couples May be Aborting Female Foetus in Canada

Indian-origin couples living in Canada, mostly from Punjabi and Hindi-speaking communities, may be practising sex selective abortions due to their preference for sons.

'500kg' Egyptian Woman's Sster Accuses Indian Doctors of Lying

Bariatric surgery, also known as weight loss surgery, is used as a last resort to treat people who are dangerously obese

Medical Tourism: Just What The Doctor Prescribed For India

The number of foreign tourist arrivals (FTAs) in India from the Gulf and the Middle East jumped 17 per cent in 2016 with the country emerging as a sought-after global destination for medical and wellness travel

Highest Number of Voluntary Returns From UK Are of Indians

Britain has long been the destination of illegal migrants, who believe the streets of London are paved with gold but a hostile environment in recent years for such peoplehas reversed some routes.

Bend It Like Granny

The 98-year-old grandmother from Tamilnadu who leads a Yoga dynasty.

Top Reason For Indians to Spend Money Abroad

Foreign travel—for the first time—has become the number one reason why Indian individuals spend money overseas.

India Heading Towards a Egg-alitarian Society

Eggs may be escaping the veg/non-veg divide, emerging as a market ready to be cracked open.

India’s Supreme Court Won’t Force UK to Return Kohinoor Diamond

The 105-carat Koh-i-Noor diamond, which came into British hands in the mid-19th Century, has been on display at the Tower of London for years.

Mumbai to Tarkarli: A Coastal Adventure

Exploring wonders above and below the ocean.

Malcolm Turnbull Makes Immigration Next to Impossible

Applicants will have to wait four years before applying for citizenship instead of one currently.

Indian-origin CEO in US Beats Wife, Gets One Month in Jail

Abhishek Gattani pleaded "no contest" to subjecting his wife Neha Rastogi to domestic abuse.

Vijay Mallya to Stay Confined to UK Home

The government's effort to bring Vijay Mallya to justice in India for defaulting on bank loans got a boost on Tuesday when the UK accepted its request to help extradite the absconding tycoon.

India Joins S African Blankets For Madiba Initiative

India will join the UK and the US to spread out thousands of blankets, knitted in memory of Nelson Mandela, in major South African cities as part of a global initiative to help needy and disadvantaged people.

How India Managed to Crack The Vijay Mallya Code

Political will, diplomatic finesse ease way for Vijay Mallya's arrest.

1984: India’s Space Odyssey

Thirty-three years on, Rakesh Sharma remains the only Indian cosmonaut to have embarked on that journey.

1948 Gandhi Stamps Sold For Record 5,00,000 Pound

The "unique" strip of four ten-rupee stamps is considered the most important and desirable item of post-Indian independence philately.

Puppychino: The Indian Cafe Where Drool is Cool

A new cafe in the Indian capital Delhi is catering to humans who don't want to leave their four-legged friends languishing at home.

Malaysia to Assist India in Dr Zakir Naik Probe

Controversial Muslim preacher Dr Zakir Naik has permanent resident (PR) status in Malaysia, which was granted to him about five years ago, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

Mind Game

An unusual sport’s rapid growth in India.

Indians Must Get More Organised to Defend Their Interests in America

At the very least, Indian companies in America need to appear on a common platform and set up a flagship institution to showcase their collective contribution.

NRIs Can Remit up to $1 Million From Sale of Property in India

NRIs are allowed to remit up to $1 million from the sale proceeds of property in India from their NRO account.

Beyond a Colourful India

A debate has been raging amongst the British Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) writers for some time now.

US-based NRI in Indian Squad For FIFA U-17 World Cup

The Indian squad for the Under-17 football World Cup has been boosted with the inclusion of Namit Deshpande, a US-based NRI scouted by the All India Football Federation through its overseas scouting portal.

Air India Offers Discounted Star Award Redemption For Travel in US

Government-owned Air India on Saturday announced a discounted Star award mileage redemption offer for passengers planning to travel within the USA.

Indian Doctors Suffer Bias Within UK Medical System

Doctors trained in countries like India are suffering from an inherent bias within the UK medical system, a new report has indicated.

Reading The Dezz

The Great Indian Desert is a place of many mysteries, including clonal forests, pieces of missing time and, possibly, a dinosaur footprint

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