Jun

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2016

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Hands on With India's £3 Smartphone

Earlier this year, Indian company Ringing Bells said it was about to put a smartphone on the market costing less than $4 (£3).

Jun

29

2016

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Indians Pick Paris as Destination Number One in Europe

Paris has emerged as the top destination in Europe for Indian travellers, closely followed by London.

Jun

29

2016

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Dubai, Hong Kon, Malaysia to Get a Taste of India's Amrapali Mango

The little-known Amrapali mango grown in Bankura district of West Bengal has now found buyers in Dubai, Hong Kong and Malaysia.

Jun

28

2016

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Fairytale Wedding For India Royals

India's royalty lost their official powers when the nation gained independence in 1947 but the modern-day maharajas are still wealthy and influential.

Jun

28

2016

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Dutee Chand’s Extraordinary Journey

rom humble beginnings to being the cause célèbre of a gender struggle, and now the first Indian woman to qualify for a sprint event at the Olympics.

Jun

27

2016

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Sprinters And Long jumper Qualify For Rio Olympics

It was a field day for Indian athletes as sprinters Srabani Nanda (200m), Mohammad Anas (400m) and long jumper Ankit Sharma secured their qualification for Rio Olympics as the number of Indian athletes going to Rio crossed 100 for the first ever time.

Jun

27

2016

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What Indians Have Done to World Cuisine

Chinese cuisine - or, a vague idea of it - may top the food-fusion list of Indians, but as incomes, enthusiasm and the desire to experiment grow, no national culinary tradition that is strong on spice is safe.

Jun

27

2016

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Indian Lady’s Finger May go Missing From British Platter

Exporters now fear a decline in demand for Indian vegetables like baby corn, chillies etc from non-Indians in UK, as the local food is likely to become expensive due to exchange rate related issues after Brexit.

Jun

27

2016

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A Kuwait Mosque Bombing Gave Life to an Indian Village

With donations continuing to pour in from across Kuwait and abroad, Mr Naser and Mr Failli visited Tanjim Fatima's village of Walipur in India in December 2015 to pay for a house to be built on land owned by Mr Radhwan

Jun

26

2016

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Brexit May Just be Good News For Indians in UK

While it might still be too early to predict how things will pan out between India and the United Kingdom , they don't look as bleak for India as they do for the EU .

Jun

24

2016

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Story of India Told Through a Samosa

It is an historic artefact - as well as delectable evidence that there is nothing new about the process of globalisation.

Jun

24

2016

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Chennai is Third Most Expensive City For Expats

Pricing, currency stability and inflation in cities has a direct impact on the cost of expatriation for Indian multinationals.

Jun

23

2016

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Yoga Underscores Deep Ties Between India And The US

Yoga, practiced by millions of Americans daily, underscores deep cultural ties between India and the US, the White House has said on the occasion of second International Day of Yoga.

Jun

23

2016

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The Ins And Outs of Brexit, And The Consequences For India

It will be the first time since the EU was founded in 1957 that a member country will be leaving if voters choose ‘Brexit’ or Britain’s exit

Jun

23

2016

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Bengaluru Least Expensive City For Expats

For expatriates Mumbai is more expensive than cities like Seattle , Frankfurt and Berlin.

Jun

23

2016

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Former India Captain Named as New Head Coach

India have appointed former captain and leg spinner Anil Kumble as their new head coach on a one-year deal.

Jun

22

2016

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Cooking The World's Oldest Known Curry

What if you were told that 4,000 years ago they ate almost exactly what you ate last night? That re-heating it in the microwave was the only real advantage you had over an average Harappan home cook.
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Jun

22

2016

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India Launches 20 Satellites in Single Mission

India has successfully launched 20 satellites in a single mission, the most in the history of the country's ambitious space programme.

Jun

22

2016

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For Expats in India, The Top Challenge is Cultural Alignment

Expat talent can bring a new outlook to business, but such talent also needs to be managed differently.

Jun

22

2016

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An NRI’s Tough Love Letter to Resident Indians

This is a message from NRIs to Resident Indians (RIs), specifically the RI elites – stop whining, stop making excuses and get on with the job.

Jun

22

2016

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Five Human Influxes That Have Shaped India

The birth of India was accompanied by one of the biggest refugee crisis the world has seen.

Jun

21

2016

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Why India is a Nation of Foodies

Food and family are possibly India's two biggest obsessions. The two define our identity and our personality to the point of both ridicule and delight,

Jun

21

2016

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How NRIS Should to Manage Assets During Relocation

An NRI should be aware of the fact that he can hold on to his global assets for a while, even when he settles down in India, and make his decisions accordingly.

Jun

21

2016

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Malaysia Promotes Self-drive And Eco-tourism in India

Malaysia Tourism is aggressively looking at tapping the Tier II and III cities in India. Recently, Malaysia has also introduced E-Visa facility for the Indian travellers which will further fuel traffic from India.

Jun

21

2016

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Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s Statue Unveiled in Malaysia

A bronze statue of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose has been unveiled at the Indian cultural centre premises here in the presence of nine Indian National Army (INA) veterans.

Jun

20

2016

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Rejuvenated Zimbabwe Shock Mighty India by Two Runs

Zimbabwe rose from the ashes of an embarrassing one-day series whitewash at the hands of India to shock the tourists by two runs in a thrilling Twenty20 international at Harare Sports Club on Saturday.

Jun

20

2016

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Designer Burqas Make a Chic Style Statement

Once worn by Muslim women as a symbol of modesty, the traditional burqa has undergone a major transformation over the years.

Jun

20

2016

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Diaspora Engagement to be Back With PM Modi’s Africa Trip

After a brief break, diaspora engagements will be back with a bang in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s foreign trip from next month.

Jun

18

2016

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India's First Women Fighter Pilots Get Wings

Air Chief Arup Raha has already said that the woman fighters will get no preference and will be assigned as per requirements of the force.

Jun

17

2016

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Indian Students Under F-1 Visa Can Work For Three Years in US

With the new guidelines in place, students enrolled under F-1 visa for accredited educational institutions in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) fields are now allowed, to work for as long as three years under the Optional Practical Training (OPT).

Jun

17

2016

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Indian Men’s Archery Team Fails to Qualify For Rio 2016 Olympics

India will not have a men’s archery team to compete in the Rio Games as it failed to make the cut in the Final Olympic Qualifying Tournament held on the sidelines of the World Cup Stage 3 at the Konyaalti Beach Park.

Jun

17

2016

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Why Are There Few Cold Foods in Indian Cuisine

Why does a hot country like India have few cold foods? The answers lie in indigenous ingredients and inherited wisdom

Jun

17

2016

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The Party Must go on

Gay nightlife thrives in India’s metros despite widespread prejudice against the community.

Jun

17

2016

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India's Surfing Craze

Florida native is considered ‘Surfing Swami’ in adopted India.

Jun

17

2016

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Life Sentences Over 2002 India Massacre

A court in India has sentenced 11 people to life in prison for their roles in a notorious massacre during the 2002 anti-Muslim riots in Gujarat.

Jun

17

2016

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Searching Europe for Tamil Heritage

Proselytism by western missionaries in the pre-independence period introduced Indians to Christianity.

Jun

16

2016

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Zimbabwe Embarrass Themselves Again As India Romp To 10 Wicket Win

Another hopeless performance from Zimbabwe’s batsmen handed India a crushing series whitewash.

Jun

16

2016

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It’s Time The US Learns Something From India About Gun Laws

It is getting ridiculously easier by the day for regular people to become victims in the US at the hands of anyone with a gun.

Jun

15

2016

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Outrage Over Settlements For Displaced Hindus

Separatist groups in Indian-administered Kashmir are due to hold a silent march on Wednesday to oppose a government decision to resettle displaced Kashmiri Hindus in exclusive colonies.

Jun

15

2016

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UK Could Bring Healthcare Expertise to India’s Smart Cities

The UK has developed some of the most innovative healthcare services and systems in the world over the past seven decades of NHS.

Jun

15

2016

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Malaysia Varsity’s Module Depicts Hindus in India as Unclean

A teaching module published by a leading Malaysian university which depicted Hindus in India as unclean and dirty has generated a controversy and outraged the minority community in the Muslim-majority country.

Jun

14

2016

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Saina Nehwal Ends Title Drought

Coming out on top after defeating China’s Sun Yu in a 72 minute thriller, Saina Nehwal made it clear to other Olympic hopefuls that she’s not backing down

Jun

13

2016

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Only One Indian On Time's List Of 10 Millennials Changing The World

Thirty-year-old Umesh Sachdev, co-founder and CEO of Chennai based Uniphore, is the only Indian in Time Magazine's list of "10 millennials who are changing the world".

Jun

13

2016

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Beach Breakers

From the east coast to the west, India is surfing like never before. We visited one of the country’s biggest surfing events to find out what’s behind the wave

Jun

13

2016

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An Intimate Look at India's Royal Women

India's royalty lost their official powers when the nation gained independence in 1947, but there is still a great sense of romance and fascination with the men and women who once ruled large tracts of the country.

Jun

11

2016

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Saina Nehwal a Step From Winning Australian Open Super Series

Indian ace shuttler Saina Nehwal is one win away from her maiden title of the season as she advanced to the finals of Australian Open Super Series by beating World No. 2 Yihan Wang of China in the women's singles event here today.

Jun

11

2016

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Forgotten Famine

This summer also marks the 150th anniversary of a far more terrible and catastrophic climatic event: the Orissa famine of 1866.

Jun

11

2016

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2 Hindu Temples Vandalised in Malaysia

A Hindu temple was today vandalised in Malaysias Penang state by unidentified persons who damaged the deities, a top state official said, less than a week after a similiar incident in the area.

Jun

10

2016

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India Reaches Milestone in Renewable Energy

India's quest for green energy has crossed a major milestone, with renewable plants, mainly wind and solar, surpassing the capacity of large hydroelectricity projects, which were once the country's biggest source of electricity and regarded as "temples of modern India".

Jun

10

2016

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India Rejects Google Street View Plan

India has rejected Google's plans to collect images for its Street View service in the country after objections from security agencies.

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