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The Man Behind India's $74m Wedding

In November, as millions of Indians were grappling with a cashflow crisis, a lavish wedding in the southern city of Bangalore sparked outrage.

Twitter Debates Kareena And Saif's Choice of Baby Name

What could possibly go wrong when a top Bollywood couple name their newborn baby boy after a 14th Century conqueror?

Sushma Swaraj Seeks Report From Envoy Over NRI Couple’s Kid

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Thursday sought a report from the Indian envoy in Norway over the separation of a five-year-old child from his NRI parents.

Intense Focus on India at World Stage

The contribution of the Indian diaspora across the world has also helped India attract attention

Kindle Books in Indian Languages Could be a Game Changer

What Amazon’s new initiative will mean for publishing in Indian languages

India’s Note Ban Among Top Google Financial Searches

Apart from the Modi government’s shock note ban decision, Donald Trump’s impact on trade and inflation were among top financial searches on Google for 2016

Indian-origin Doctor Organises Stem Cell Donor Registration Drive

Dr Jain sees a challenge for transplanters across the world to establish a full match for their patients of South Asian origin.

US Team Finds World War Two Remains in India

A US team visiting India's north-eastern state of Arunachal Pradesh has recovered what it says are possible remains of US soldiers who died in a plane crash during World War Two.

US Help in Development of India's Smart Cities to go on Under Trump

The new administration under President-elect Donald Trump will continue to engage with India on development of smart cities.

Madhu Valli From Virginia Crowned Miss India USA

Madhu Valli, an emerging hip hop artist, has been crowned Miss India USA 2016.

Indian Metro Is Cooler Than Any Other Metro In The World

One of the biggest modes of transport in the country, the metro is also one of the fastest. Little wonder then that every day, millions of people use it to reach their destinations.

Inside the Fabulous Lives of the Rich Kids of India

Instagram never runs out of rich kids. They come from all parts of the globe, partying and sipping martinis in private yachts.

More Indians Taking Cruise Holidays This Year-end

Cruising may be a fledgling industry in India, but Indians are beginning to enjoy the view from the upper deck.

The Best Breakfasts Across India

There’s no better way of getting a taste of a city than by trying the places local eat at and the local breakfasts.

Note Ban Breaks Backbone of Trafficking Industry

Demonetisation has brought the trafficking of women and girls for sex work—a Rs20 trillion industry—to a grinding halt, studies and rescue workers said.

India’s Ancient Christmas Tradition

Christianity came to India centuries before it entered the Americas or Western Europe and as such, Christmas deserves to be seen as an ancient festival of India and Indian-American Christians.

Millennials Rising

Millennials last year became the country’s largest living generation, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

Rebuilding After Divorce

Indian divorcees find life a tad easier in America than in India.

Authentically Yours

Foreign gourmet chains are now serving original menus and authentic flavors to discerning Indian foodies, tired of masala French fries and paneer pizzas.

Reimagining Liberalism

Liberals have become so accustomed to worshipping their icons at the temples of liberalism that they have lost touch with the fundamental tenets of their faith.

Unveiling The Past

Past life regression therapists trace your current maladies to a previous life.Critics denounce the therapy as a fraud on gullible people.

Indian Football Will Benefit From Hosting Fifa Tournaments

"The potential hosting of the Under-20 World Cup will give India further impetus to ramp up football infrastructure.

Healthcare in Africa, Built by India

Africans who benefit from treatment at Indian hospitals, and via India’s tele-medicine services, will remember that India helped in their healthcare endeavour.

Fit For Kings

The restaurant that has an entire city eating out of its hands.

A Huge Storm Has Messed up India's Internet

The impact of tropical cyclone Vardah disrupted Internet access across India.

Indus OS: India's Multi-lingual Operating System

Indus OS - a mobile phone operating system built in India - has become the country's second-most popular smartphone platform, surpassing Apple's iOS.

India's Design Story

. What is the Indian aesthetic, is there such a thing in the present day that can be termed as Indian design?

Enjoying Indian Curry in Japan

Curry is now so popular in Japan that it is almost revered as the country's national food.

The Milk Miracle That Brought India to a Standstill

In September 1995, millions of Hindus were gripped by an apparent "miracle" when the god Ganesha seemed to be drinking milk.

Middle Eastern Startup is Getting Big In India

PayTabs' second biggest market is India and has made several Indian acquisitions, setting up an office here and has more local acquisitions lined up too.

God’s Own Dress Code

God’s Own Country knows exactly what and how much a woman should wear in a place of worship

NRI Bizman Recounts Horrors of Indian Youths Dying in France

A large number of Punjabi youths were allured by fraudulent travel agents in Punjab who promise them dream jobs, best housing facilities and all the fun of life in Paris against hefty amounts.

USA Pear Month Comes to India

This year, National Pear Month is going global.

UK to Cut Student Visas by Half

The UK government is finalising plans to cut annual student visa figures by nearly half, from the current 300,000 to 170,000, a media report said today amid a sharp fall in students coming to the country from outside Europe including India.

World's Biggest Cricket Stadium To Come up in Indian City

The Gujarat Cricket Association is planning make the Sardar Patel Stadium in Motera, Ahmedabad, a 110,000 capacity venue, surpassing the biggest cricket stadium in the world - Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) which has a 100,024 capacity

Egyptian World’s Heaviest Woman to Have Surgery in India

Egyptian woman weighing 500 kilogrammes to fly to India for weight reduction surgery after intervention from country’s FM.

The Clinginess of Chapati

Many Indians are in an exclusive, addictive relationship with the ‘chapati’. Promiscuity reveals the life beyond

Social Media Madness Takes India to Uncharted Waters

Indians are risking life and lip to capture that perfect selfie.

Koh-i-Noor: Six Myths About a Priceless Diamond

The Koh-i-Noor has been the subject of conquest and intrigue for centuries, passing through the hands of Mughal princes, Iranian warriors, Afghan rulers and Punjabi Maharajas.

Foreign Students Preferring Indian Universities Over Europe And US

It’s all happening at a time when the world doesn’t know what exactly is happening.

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