Indian Desserts Aren't Faring Well in Fusion Cuisine

Even with a modernised dessert, the very first bite should make you believe you are sampling the classic — with the addition of an element you haven’t experienced before.

India Plans Surrogacy Ban For Foreigners, Unmarried Couples

The Indian government plans to ban foreigners, single parents and gay couples from using India’s surrogacy services under a proposed law intended to protect poor women from exploitation.

Piers Morgan Being a Jerk About India’s Olympic Performance. Twitter Shuts Him Up

The Olympics must have ended but the people badmouthing about our performance are still going on.

Floods Stop Funerals in India Holy City

Floods in India's holy city of Varanasi in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh have forced a halt to cremations along the banks of the river Ganges

Despite Sporting Glory, Indian Women Struggle to Rise

Women saved the day for India at Rio, and their growing presence was reflected in the 54 female Indian athletes -- the largest number ever -- at an Olympiad.

Rose Growers Face Competition From India

Two thirds of the roses sold in Europe are grown in Kenya and Ethiopia, and India is becoming increasingly important as well.

Innovations For Which Future Is Now

Innovation today has become quite subjective, defined differently by different people.

Desi Restaurants Going Overseas to Cater To Global Audience

The trend of Indian cuisine gaining popularity around the world is expected to gain momentum in the next few years, creating opportunities for entrepreneurs and established Indian based restaurant chains to expand internationally."

Spain's Marin Wins Badminton Gold Over India's Sindhu

Sindhu, ranked world No. 10, made a strong run through the tournament, beating higher-ranked Nozomi Okuhara of Japan in the semifinals. Her silver medal makes up somewhat for the disappointing run of fellow Indian Saina Nehwal

Meet One Indian Ad Firm's Top Dog

Goofy, the canine worker of an advertising firm in the southern Indian city of Chennai, has a visiting card and a "corner seat", and he performs multiple roles in the office.

Indians Wouldn't be Drinking Milk if it Weren't For Europeans

We modern Indians, ie those of us who have a tradition of drinking milk, carry the mutation 13910T. We count, therefore, among our ancestors that are Hungarian.

Indians Come Off Best in Grim UK Race Report

Britain’s Indian community is among the best performing communities on several social indicators, according to a major report on race relations

Sacrilege Incident Rocks UK Gurdwara

A week after a Sikhs' holy book was desecrated in the US, a similar incident has been reported in the UK.

Tourism Malaysia Offering Kabali Packages to Tourists From India

Kollywood superstar Rajinikanth's 159th movie is a big hit and it has indirectly promoted Malaysian locations to his fans in India and across the world.

ICC Test Cricket Ranking: Australia Hand No. 1 Spot to India

Australia handed over the number-one ranking to India after they lost the Test cricket series against Sri Lanka in Colombo. Pakistan are at No. 2 position

The Female Wrestler Who Got India's First Medal

Female wrestler Sakshi Malik has delivered India its first medal of the 2016 Rio Games, sending a nation into ecstasy. But her journey to the Olympic podium has not been easy.

India's Internet Users to Double by 2020 Leaving US Far Behind

Buoyed by Internet penetration in rural areas, the number of web users in India will see a two-fold rise at 730 million by 2020 against 350 million at the end of 2015

How Facebook, Twitter Enable And Empower Rage

The very things that characterise social media — its contagiousness, wide reach and ability to ‘organise’ people — are what makes it so easy for outrage to spread on it.

10 Things Us Indian Millennials Are Doing That Are Driving Our Parents Nuts

We millennials are a complicated lot. We decide to pursue a course of our dreams, but later take up jobs that have nothing to do with what we studied.

Eating The Monsoon

The rains, the festivals, the fasts – the bowl runs over in Gujarat in the month of Shravan

Romancing the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway

The narrow gauge track on which the joy ride train goes from Darjeeling to Ghum is a part of the road that connects the two cities just about 7 km apart.

Why do Students Leave IITs, IIMs

Even as lakhs of students toil to get into the country's most prestigious educational institutions - the Indian Institute of Technology (IITs) and Indian Institute of Management (IIMs) - the dropout rates at these institutes are not low either.

The Puzzling Disappearance of an Indian Military Plane

On 22 July, an Indian military plane with 29 people on board, including six crew members, went missing over the Bay of Bengal. More than three weeks and a massive search operation later, there is no trace of the plane.

Verbose Tweet Inspires Linguistic Laughter From Indians

When Uttar Pradesh tourism board's official Twitter account published a tweet to promote the ancient city of Varanasi, a whole different form of attention was focused of the state.

Rio 2016: India's First Female Olympic Gymnast Inspires a Nation

Dipa Karmakar, India's first female gymnast at the Olympics, may have just lost out on a medal but she won the hearts of a nation with her vaulting performance.

India Surrogate Mothers Talk of Pain of Giving up Baby

India is known as the "surrogacy hub" of the world where infertile couples, many from across the globe, head to rent a womb.

Adoption: The Nw Digital Way Home

“The decision to adopt a child is a hard, emotional one, but the biggest hurdle remains awareness about adoption itself, and being able to transcend barriers of genes, class, caste.

Santoshi Maa: The Celluloid Goddess

How an unexpected hit in the 1970s catapulted a minor local goddess to national fame

Post-Brexit UK May Compel Indian Students to Eye Other Options For Higher Education

Amid concerns over the Brexit vote and reports that the new UK Prime Minister Theresa May is set to make student visa norms even more strict, it is no surprise that Indian students are looking at other options when planning overseas education.

Within Singapore’s Indian Community, Clash Between The Old And The New

he expatriate Indian is often perceived as pushy and aggressive and coming in with a strong sense of entitlement.

RIO Update: USA on Fire, Shuts out India

he U.S. Women’s Olympic Field Hockey Team may be ranked fifth in the world, but it is playing like the best team after a 4-0 win over India on Thursday pushed it to 4-0 in the Rio Olympics.

Why India Cannot be a Hindu Pakistan

To be a good or patriotic Indian one does not have to be a Hindu by birth, religious practice, or cultural affiliation. One does not need to know or speak Hindi, either. And one does not even have to hate Pakistan.

Indian-origin Man Charged For Possession of Child Pornography

A 29-year old Indian-origin man has been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of producing and possessing material depicting the sexual exploitation of a minor.

Team USA Bests India 3-0, Stays Undefeated

Team USA stays undefeated with the 3-0 win over India behind two goals from Katie Bam.

Singapore And The Art of Intelligent Living

The India-Singapore “Fever” as Goh Chok Tong, the-then Prime Minister of Singapore had called it in 1993, embraces a wide-range of shared economic and non-economic areas.

Indian Students Going To UK, US Universities To Go Up By 50 Per Cent

The number of Indian students going overseas for under-graduate and post-graduate studies is expected to increase by 50 per cent over the next five years due to a manifold increase in their family incomes.

Why India Needs a Daughters' Day

India has launched a campaign on social media to celebrate daughters, daughters-in-law and granddaughters this week and is observing a Daughter's Day on Thursday.

The Sword-fighting Granny Showing The Young How It's Done

A 73-year-old grandmother in Kerala in Southern India has become a social media star after appearing in a video in which she demonstrated her martial arts prowess.

Indian Cricket And The Tace For The No.1 Slot

Two factors would have long-term ramifications: the failure of Australia, and the growth of Ravichandran Ashwin as an all-rounder

Chinese Media Takes on India's Business Visa Policy

India has long since stopped talking about it, but China's state-run media is still harping on about India not getting into the Nuclear Suppliers Group and therefore taking "revenge" on Beijing by being "petty" and by making its business visa policy "a pain in the butt."

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