Why Indians Bargain With No Apologies

Just because we are known to be brains behind some of the big companies, does not mean we have piles of cash in our accounts.

Visa On Arrival Facility On The Anvil For US Tourists

The ministry of home affairs is working overtime to finish the work on the VoA proposal to finalize it in time for the Prime Minister's visit.

To Be or Not To Be English

English is a foreign language and I believe it can never be a language for social inclusion.

Artificial Sweeteners Can Trigger Diabetes

Artificial sweeteners may disrupt the body's ability to regulate blood sugar, causing metabolic changes that can be a precursor to diabetes.

The Return of Nalanda

Against the epic scale and lofty credentials of its first millennium avatar, the return of India’s oldest university has been modest so far.

A Merry-Go-Round For Cricket Coaches

Long-Term Faith in Short Supply Among Test-Playing Nations

A Taste Of Italy Up In Shimla Hills

The Himachal Pradesh capital is now offering a platter of authentic taste of Italy

Does Third Eye Open At The Time Of Death

Hindus acknowledge it and pay respect to it daily by wearing a bindi or tilak at the exact spot where this invisible third eye is located.

With Winter's Onset, The Gods Return From Heaven

Every village has several resident "gods" and "goddesses" who are invoked as living deities.

The Great Indian Wedding Obsession

Why Indian fashion designers are obsessed with weddings

This IIT Is Ahead Of Its Peers

A global university ranking has placed IIT-Bombay, ahead of its other counterparts.

7 Classics Of Hindi Literature You Must Read

It's a reservoir that can never go dry, and neither is it possible to ever do justice to any list of top classics.

Desi Dating Apps Woo Young Indians

Young Indians with smartphones are spoilt for choice when it comes to desi dating apps.

Lost And Found

Fascinating stories of Calcutta's Jewish past.

What If YouTube Was An Indian

What if YouTube existed in flesh and blood and was an Indian?

The Italian Marines Case

India’s Supreme Court allows one of the Italian marines accused of killing two Indian fishermen in 2012 to go home for medical treatment.

India Probes Identity Card For Hanuman

Authorities in India are investigating how Hanuman, the monkey god, has been issued a biometric identity card.

Kolkata Chromosome

A historic neighbourhood sheds its old ways, prompting locals to record its vanishing past

Star Shutterbug Has City in Frame

With almost 10 million fans on Facebook, the photoblog is a darling of social media across the world.

Averting Future Disasters

After yet another devastating flood, experts say that what Pakistan and India need to do is build more dams and reservoirs.

Kashmir Flood Relief Operation Too Slow

Anger is mounting over the pace of the rescue effort in Indian-administered Kashmir

Dalai Lama May Not Have a Successor

Underlying Dispute Between Chinese Government and Tibetan Exiles.

Indian Tennis Star Sania Mirza Now Conquers the US

Sania Mirza has won three Grand Slam titles, all in the mixed doubles category.

Brooms In Pebbles

Smart renewal in Varanasi must respect its spiritual-urban geography

At First Sight

A chronicle of love in India today.

The Spellbinder

The controversy notwithstanding, the Baba continues to keep his following

Why You Should Worry About Your Cloud-storage Accounts

Those nude photographs may have been hacked from celebrities’ cloud-storage accounts, but here is why you should care

Watery Horror

Tens of thousands of people are still stranded in Indian-administered Kashmir after the worst floods in half a century.

Wealthy Indians Prefer Second Home in These Cities

India's multi-millionaires prefer to buy their second homes in leading global financial centres such as London, New York and Singapore.

India and Pakistan Strain as Flooding Kills Hundreds

Relief operations struggled on Monday in the Indian-administered portion of Kashmir and in parts of Pakistan where six days of rain and flooding have left hundreds of people dead.

Facebook Addicts To End Up Feeling Lonely And Depressed

Facebook addicts are likely to develop depression and end up feeling lonely, according to a new study in the journal Computers in Human Behavior.

How Indian TV Newsrooms Treat Women

What does it take to be a hard hitting female television anchor in India? Good looks apparently.

Making The Next Olympic Star

A for-profit devoted to creating the next generation of medal winners

Indian Super League to Waken Football Sleeping Giant

Football in India hopes it is at the start of a new dawn with the launch of the high-profile Indian Super League .

Shocking Scientific Inventions by Ancient Hindu Saints

The land of India is known to be the land of saints and Gods. It is filled with various types of unexplainable things.

Startups Now Help Students to Study Abroad

Startups like Collegify, FreshMentors help students heading abroad in selecting right courses & university

The Morality in Using Bodies For a Living

India may be the land of Mrichchakatika and Vasantsena, but the prostitute lacks status here

The Rare Pleasures of Serendipity

No online retailer can match the serendipity that brick-and-mortar book stores engender

Australia to Return Stolen Hindu Statues to India

Prime Minister Tony Abbott will return to India two ancient Hindu statues displayed in Australia, but allegedly stolen from Indian temples.

Jeans Face an Uncertain Future Amid Yoga Wear Rage

As a result of jeans' waning popularity, retailers and designers are focusing more on activewear and less on denim.

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