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Startups Now Help Students to Study Abroad

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

Sep

09

2014

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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.

Sep

07

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The Morality in Using Bodies For a Living

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

Sep

07

2014

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The Rare Pleasures of Serendipity

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

Sep

07

2014

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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.

Sep

07

2014

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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.

Sep

07

2014

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Cancer Behind 70% Deaths in India's Atomic Energy Hubs

Cancer caused almost 70% of the 3,887 health-related deaths in the atomic energy hubs across the country over the last 20 years

Sep

05

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China Plans To Join Bullet Train Race in India

After Japan, China readying proposal to join the race to provide bullet trains in India

Sep

05

2014

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Delhi’s Belly-The Hidden Village

A lesser-known route to Hauz Khas Village reveals the hip district in all its colours

Sep

05

2014

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How Much Has The Ice Bucket Challenge Achieved

The media is reaching saturation point in its coverage of the ice bucket challenge. But what has actually been achieved?

Sep

05

2014

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Veggistan

These Recipes Will Change Your Perception About Veggie Food.

Sep

05

2014

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7 Superfoods You Should Avoid

Not all superfoods are worth your money. And everybody reminding you to adopt it just to shed those extra kilos is a buzzkill.

Sep

05

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India is World's Suicide Capital

India has by far the largest number of suicides in the world, accounting for nearly a third of the global total and more than twice as many as China, which is second on the list.

Sep

04

2014

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10 Significant Scientific Discoveries India Gave the World

The rich scientific past of India is something the world will never be able to compete with.

Sep

04

2014

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Cleaning up Ganges

Media in India are highlighting the Supreme Court's concerns over the government's "bureaucratic plan" to clean up the Ganges river.

Sep

04

2014

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Jamsetji Tata’s Home Gets Unesco Honour

The decade-long conservation work on the 19th century Esplanade House wins recognition.

Sep

03

2014

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In India an App for Chats and for Keeping Secrets

Hike’s selling point is that it lets users filter the information they transmit in sophisticated ways — and, more to the point, cloak aspects of their social lives from their parents.

Sep

03

2014

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The Bar Is Closed

With Kerala again springing the prohibition bogey, a look at how the great liquor ban story has played out in India

Sep

03

2014

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A Romantic Getaway to Udaipur

As the backdrop of countless romantic movies, Udaipur charms with its regal splendour and stately aura.

Sep

03

2014

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MS Dhoni Goes Past Md Azharuddin

MS Dhoni went past Md Azharuddin as the most successful Indian skipper in ODIs

Sep

02

2014

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Varanasi: The Holy City is Now a Superhot City

PM Narendra Modi's promise to develop Varanasi into smart city turns it into realty hotspot overnight

Sep

02

2014

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Indian Case Studies in Demand in Business Schools

The huge jump in number of case studies studies originating from India is prompted by an increasing demand for domestic cases in local business schools and a similar expectation from prospective employers.

Sep

02

2014

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Pan of Action

A bit of what we eat comes from the pot we use to cook our food. Clay and stone, steel and iron—take your pick.

Sep

01

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Hyderabad Largest Source of Indian Students in the U.S

The southern Indian city is the hometown of one of the world’s most successful émigré Indians but its lead in sending students to the States is still a bit surprising.

Sep

01

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Why The Newspaper Feels Like An Anachronism

The era of the newspaper is over. For the first time, Indian newspapers have registered decaying readership

Sep

01

2014

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India's Coal Miners

India is the world's third largest coal producing nation and coal supplies 60% of the country's energy needs.

Sep

01

2014

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Indian Scientists May Have Found Wonder Herb

Indian scientists may have found a multi-functional "wonder herb" that can regulate the immunity system, adapt to challenging environmental situations and help people stay protected from radiation.

Sep

01

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India Reclaim No. 1 ODI Ranking

Australia's shock defeat at the hands of Zimbabwe has meant that India have leapfrogged them as the No. 1-ranked ODI side in the world.

Sep

01

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Nalanda University Reopens

The revived Nalanda University, an ancient international centre for learning in Bihar which has attracted over 1,000 applications from around the world.

Aug

29

2014

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An Opening And a Closure

Newly restored Jewish centre Chabad House retains some scars from the 2008 Mumbai attacks

Aug

29

2014

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Ganesh Chaturthi Festival Goes Green in Mumbai

People in Maharashtra produce 6.8 million Ganesh statues, including two million large ones, annually.

Aug

29

2014

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Indian Marriages Are Now Made in Mauritius

With destination weddings catching up amongst rich Indian families,Mauritius is targeting this segment in a serious manner.

Aug

29

2014

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India to Turn Orwell's Birthplace Into a Museum

India began work to restore the dilapidated house where "Animal Farm" and "1984" author George Orwell was born and turn it into a museum.

Aug

28

2014

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Burger Chain Wendy’s Coming Soon to India

US' third-largest burger chain, Wendy's, is likely to come to India in the first half of 2015.

Aug

28

2014

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Going Gourmet with Maggi

Going gourmet with Maggi is worse than Madhuri Dixit calling it healthy.

Aug

28

2014

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India Launches Bank Accounts For All

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is to launch a plan to provide a bank account for every household, in a landmark initiative to help the poor.

Aug

27

2014

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The Latest Gadget From Gujarat: Toto Toilets

Japan’s Toto Ltd. has started churning out toilets in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s home state of Gujarat in hopes of cashing in on the new Indian leader’s push to put toilets in every Indian home.

Aug

27

2014

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Angry BCCI May Discipline Dhoni

The BCCI top brass is fuming at Mahendra Singh Dhoni's comments at the pre-match press conference in Bristol

Aug

27

2014

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Researchers Reveal World's Best Diet

Researchers have revealed the 'world's best diet' that would help people us shed kilos and would help them to not on more weight.

Aug

27

2014

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History of the Koh-i-Nur Diamond

This diamond, as related by Tavernier, was obtained in the mine of Kollur on the Kistna.

Aug

26

2014

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Vietnam Keen to Tap India's Bollywood Tourism

India and Vietnam could see a welcome jump to the poor tourist figures to each other's countries.

Aug

25

2014

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India-Born Author Brings Mirza Ghalib to Americans

India-born author Surinder Deol has penned a new English translation of Mirza Ghalib's works to bring the famous Urdu poet to North Americans

Aug

25

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Why India Has a Touchy Relationship with English

Recent street protests over a test aspiring bureaucrats must take shines a light on India's touchy relationship with English

Aug

25

2014

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Why We Work

Religious Head would rather Dawoodi Bohra women learn home science instead of pursuing careers and callings.

Aug

25

2014

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India’s Giant Leap a Month Away

With exactly a month left for the Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) to enter the Red Planet's orbit, Isro on Sunday activated a navigation technique to check the spacecraft's position on a daily basis.

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