Air India Plans to Spread Its Wings in Africa, Scandinavia

Air India aims to provide point-to-point connectivity to African and Scandinavian regions, where it currently does not operate.

Autistic Tendencies High in NRI Kids

Though the high incidence in NRI children is a fact unanimously acknowledged by city experts, they are divided over the factors responsible for the rising cases of autism.

The Eminem Cover Inspiring Millions Online

Sparsh Shah's Indian-infused version of "Not Afraid" has been viewed more than 12 million times and has won praise from famous R&B singers and Bollywood celebrities.

Indians Form 2nd Largest Group of Foreign Students in US

Indian students in the United States represent the second largest number of foreign nationality students studying there

Halloween Sambhar And Other Stories

o matter how glowing the reports of the school canteen or the dedication to quick-cooking noodles, there will come a time in every Indian student’s life abroad when he will yearn for Ma ke haath ka khaana.

African Twist to Desi Chicken

By habit, Indians love to eat fried chicken soaked in oil. “Not many know that the frying destroys the nutritive value of the chicken.

Court Allows Women to Enter Temples

India court says women have 'fundamental right' to enter temples

The Monk Who Loves ad Spots

Yoga guru Baba Ramdev has become the most visible face in TV commercials with just one brand to endorse—his own Patanjali Ayurved.

Bollywood-like Trip to India

If you thought Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge's Raj and Simran were just figment of the imagination, watching these two will definitely have you doing a rethink.

Indian Medical Startups Grabbing World's Attention

We are seeing Indian medical devices startups being able to innovate and bring products to the market faster than their western counterparts at a price point that is very attractive.

West Indies Break Indian Hearts to Reach T20 final

The West Indies achieved their "mission" of shattering India's dreams of a World Twenty20 title on home soil after they stunned the hosts by seven wickets to reach the final Thursday.

World Twenty20 2016: West Indies v India is David and Goliath

West Indies captain Darren Sammy says it will be a "David versus Goliath" match when his side take on India in Thursday's World Twenty20 semi-final.

India and South Africa: The Shared Culture

The story of their independence comes across as an exemplar of survival, hope and determination to the world.

India's Yuvraj Ruled Out of World Twenty20 Semi-final

Indian veteran allrounder Yuvraj Singh was Wednesday ruled out of the World Twenty20 on the eve of the hosts' semi-final clash with the West Indies, after suffering an ankle injury.

15 Unusual Indian Restaurants

To break the monotony, some people have dared to think out-of-the-box and come up with themes that have the power to tickle a customer's fancy/fancies.

India Averts Being Clubbed as South Asia

Protests by Indians averted an attempt by certain Left-leaning academicians and scholars to dissolve India's unique identity under a larger South Asian one in US school text books.

Why Some Couples Can't Admit How They Met

Young people in India have traditionally had their marriages arranged by their families but now, armed with smartphones and dating apps, some are taking control of their own love lives.

India Hails Genius Kohli After Stunning Aussies

Former all-rounder Ravi Shastri, who is now India's coach, said that Kohli's "fabulous" innings had proved that the team was hitting its stride at the crucial moment.

Leftist Scholars in US Trying to Undermine India's Glorious Identity

RSS on Monday accused Leftist scholars of attempting to replace 'India' with 'South Asia' in textbooks in California and said efforts by Hindu activists have thwarted their bid to "undermine the country's glorious identity."

Kolkata is India's Untold Tech Story

Though an intellectual haven, it faces more obstacles than better-known, more established hubs such as Mumbai, Bangalore and New Delhi.

Software Engineer From India, Dies in Brussels Attack

Mr. Ganesan typically rode the Brussels subway around 9 a.m. to his job at Infosys, a business-technology consulting firm.

Indian Expat Receives Padma Shri Award

Indian expatriate Dr Sundar Menon, chairman and managing director of Sun Group International, was awarded the Padma Shri — one of India’s highest civilian honour

Is Ayodhya's Temple Movement Making a Comeback

The highly volatile issue of whether there should be a proper Ram temple on the disputed site is pending before the Supreme Court

Reconstructing Lives

The UK team holidays give acid attack victims new hope.

Virat Kohli Leads India to T20 Semi-finals

Virat Kohli's brilliant unbeaten 82 led hosts India to a six-wicket victory over Australia and a place in the semi-finals of the World Twenty20.

The Many Flavours Of Being Indian

Many Indians who leave home for further study or job opportunities first experience India's linguistic and culinary diversity on foreign soil.

India's Heroes of Women's Cricket

Cricket's Twenty20 world cup is continuing in India and for the women's game it is a time of rare exposure.

Injured India Flight Attendant Recovering

An Indian flight attendant who was injured in Tuesday's suicide bomb attack at Brussels airport is recovering in hospital, her employer Jet Airways says.

India Top Source For Nurses in Britain

India was the source of the highest number of nurses recruited from non-EU countries into Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) between 2009 and 2015

B'lureans May Skip Europe This Summer

Thousands of Bengalureans who've booked European tours, or planned to visit even a couple of countries on the continent, are changing their destinations or rethinking the places they want to visit.

Strategy to Seal Europe Trade Deal

India is likely to place a proposal to cut duties on European wines and spirits to 40 per cent over three years to kick-start the stalled free trade agreement (FTA) talks with the European Union.

Trio Making in India For The European Markets

The team is looking to solve the fundamental problem emerging in the urban lifestyle and transportation space.

India Edge Past Bangladesh in Thriller

India revived their World Twenty20 hopes with a thrilling one-run victory over Bangladesh in Bangalore.

Exclusive Tourist Package For NRIs on Anvil

In a move aimed at boosting the tourism industry, the Telangana government will come up with an exclusive package for NRIs to attract their friends and acquaintances in foreign countries to visit the youngest State.

US Biotechnology Helping Indian Bananas Get Fresher

Though it is one of the largest banana producers in the world, only a tiny fraction of India’s bananas make it into the global export market.

India Defends Right to Issue Drug Compulsory Licences

India has defended its right to grant licences allowing local firms to override patents and make cheaper copies of drugs discovered by big Western drugmakers.

Singapore Most Preferred Destination of Tamil Diaspora

According to a study, Singapore has emerged as the most preferred destination among NRIs from Tamil Nadu.

Lebanese Bakery Has Loyal Indian Customers

Her most loyal customers are Indian. Some have even suggested she open a store in India.

India Stay Alive With Thrilling Defeat of Bangladesh

World Twenty20 hosts India salvaged a crucial, nerve-shredding one-run victory over Bangladesh in Bangalore to keep their tournament hopes alive.

New Balance Re-enters India With Its Made in USA Sportswear

New Balance plans to open about 50 stores across shopping malls and high streets in Delhi and the NCR, Mumbai and Bengaluru in next 2-3 years, says Tucker

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