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UK Woman Sues Neighbours For Cooking Spicy Food

A woman in the UK has filed a court case against her neighbours for cooking spicy food which she says waft out "pungent toxic fumes", causing her "respiratory problems" as well as choking.

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Cricket South Africa Recalls India's Role at Silver Jubilee Event

Cricket South Africa (CSA) recalled India's role in helping them return to international fold after nearly four decades of isolation, at a gala dinner here to mark the silver jubilee of non-racial cricket in the country.

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European Refugees in India, Africa And The Middle East

As Europe struggles to deal with a huge refugee influx it might be useful to remind ourselves of a similar route taken by European refugees about half a century back.

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Stranded In The Gulf, Indian Workers Make Video Appeal

Indians workers stranded in the United Arab Emirates with expired work permits, no pay and limited food, water and sanitation have appealed to the Indian government for immediate repatriation and financial assistance.

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11 Days From Rio India is Reeling Under Doping Shame

Inderjeet Singh, Rio Olympics-bound shotputter, has failed a dope test. He has been found positive for two banned substances androsterone and etiocholanolone. This comes after wrestler Narsingh Yadav too failed a dope test

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In-form Indian Eves Subdue Canada 3-1 in USA Tour

The Indian women's hockey team produced yet another brilliant performance as they defeated Canada 3-1 in their second consecutive encounter of the USA tour in Pennsylvania on Saturday

Jul

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Scribes' Visa Issue: Chinese Media Warns India of Repercussions

Taking umbrage at India's refusal to extend visas to three Chinese journalists, a state-run daily today warned of "serious consequences" if New Delhi was "taking revenge" for China's refusal to back its NSG membership bid.

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From Curry to Pizza

How India's changing kitchens have 'modernised' food habits

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India's Rio-bound Wrestler Yadav Fails Doping Test

Indian wrestler Narsingh Yadav, who was set to compete in the 74kg freestyle category at the Rio Olympics, has tested positive for a banned steroid.

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Olympic-bound Indian Women’s Hockey Squad Registers Win Over U.S.

The Indian women’s hockey team fought hard to register a 2-1 come-from-behind win over the USA team, which is ranked No. 5 in the latest rankings by the International Hockey Federation.

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UK Sikhs Oppose India's Move to Bring Back Koh-i-Noor From UK

India's quest to bring back the precious diamond Koh-i-Noor from UK faced another hurdle after a section of UK Sikhs opposed the move and conveyed the same to British Prime Minister Theresa May.

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Are Indians Prone to Celebrity Worship Syndrome

Why do Indians have such an astonishing penchant for idolisation? Be it Rajinikanth or Sachin Tendulkar or Narendra Modi—or Indira Gandhi in the past—Indians stretch their adulation for their icons to extremes.

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India Launches Search Operation For Missing Military Plane

An Indian military plane with more than 20 people on board has gone missing over the Bay of Bengal, the Indian air force (IAF) has confirmed.

Jul

23

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India May Approach UK on Kohinoor

The government is likely to approach Britain soon to get back Kohinoor, one of the world’s largest diamonds, which is currently set in a royal crown on display in the Tower of London.

Jul

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The Spice is Right

Chefs in India say it is also an exciting time as many Michelin star chefs are travelling to India to experience real Indian cuisine.

Jul

22

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Tagore And His Women

He strongly believed in fighting for women’s upliftment using his pen as a weapon.

Jul

22

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(Dis)Advantage Sharapova

Is corruption in sports just part of the territory.

Jul

22

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Street Food so Good it is Waved Through Airport Checks

Litti are char-grilled flavour bombs, especially when freighted with chokha, the spicy stew of grilled aubergine, tomato and potato.

Jul

22

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GOPIO Strengthens Connections Between India and Indian Diaspora

GOPIO is a non-profit organization that takes up issues related to the Indian Diaspora and attempts to unify the community in its common causes.

Jul

22

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India Bounce Back to Beat USA

The Indian women’s hockey team fought valiantly to register a come-from-behind win over hosts USA in their second game of the America tour in Manheim, Pennsylvania,

Jul

22

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Classy Kohli Puts India in Command

A magnificent 12th Test century from captain Virat Kohli put India in a strong position at stumps in Antigua on the first day of the four-match series against West Indies.

Jul

21

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India’s Great Expectations in Rio

Some of the medal contenders among the record 121 entries for the 2016 Olympics

Jul

21

2016

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Inside One of India's Biggest Temple Kitchens

Millions of devotees visit Tirumala Tirupati temple in southern India every year.

Jul

21

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Indian Hockey Team Lose 2-3 to USA in Tour Opener

The final quarter saw USA take the lead with Kelsey Kolojejchick scoring the third goal for USA in the 48th minute.

Jul

21

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A Step Towards Stronger UK-India Ties

The British Council is working with partners to support up to 25,000 young people and professionals from the UK to gain experience in India, by 2020.

Jul

21

2016

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From India to Africa to Your Table

Chapatti originated in India and migrated to East Africa where it has become a staple food.

Jul

20

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Rohit Khandelwal, First Indian Winner of Mr World

Model and actor Rohit Khandelwal, 26, has become the first Indian - in fact, the first Asian - to have won the Mr World beauty pageant.

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20

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A Moment of Truth For Cricket in India

The Supreme Court verdict could prove to be transformational for the BCCI

Jul

20

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Is This The World's Best Cup of Tea

The British may have introduced tea to India 150 years ago, but the country has really made the drink its own.

Jul

20

2016

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Tasting India's Coveted Holy Sweet

To eat the famous holy sweet, given as an offering at one of India's holiest Hindu shrines, Tirumala Tirupati, you don't need to shell out a lot of money.

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Indians Pack Their Bags as Cheaper Europe Beckons Post Terror Attacks

The spate of terror attacks in Europe and the financial problems in the Eurozone, coupled with a lean travel season, has made travel to destinations in the region cheaper, a bonanza the price-sensitive Indian traveller is expected to grab.

Jul

19

2016

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Grim, And Bear it

Why are Indians, the world’s noisiest democrats, generally so humourless?

Jul

19

2016

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Why India Bullfighting Ban Threatens Native Breeds

Native cattle breeds in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu face a fight for survival if a ban on "bull-taming" contests is not revoked, say supporters of the sport.

Jul

19

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For Indian Shoppers, Gold Translates Into Spare Cash

Buy gold here and sell in India — more expat Indians are using this option to generate some spare cash for themselves during the summer break.

Jul

17

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World Heritage Status For Chandigarh

The UN's cultural organisation has listed 17 works by pioneering Franco-Swiss architect Le Corbusier as world heritage sites.

Jul

18

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California Schools to Have Richer Content on Ancient India

Education board in California in the US has approved a new school curriculum framework which will include richer content on ancient India and Hinduism for the first time and remove text inaccurately depicting Islam.

Jul

17

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Rise of The Falls

Part peer-pressure and part awe inspires starry-eyed Indian travelers to take that obligatory trip to Niagara Falls
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Tale of The Two Falls

A network of three waterfalls — American Falls, Horseshoe Falls and Bridal Veil Falls — comprise the 51 meter tall Niagara Falls.

Jul

17

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The Bindaas Bride

Big, bold Indian weddings are a norm across the globe.

Jul

17

2016

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Howzaat

In a cricket crazed nation, other sports have languished for far too long. Is change on the anvil?

Jul

17

2016

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India Needs to Remember Forgotten Fallen of World Wars

Almost one and a half million Indian soldiers took part in World War One, fighting in battles in far-away lands, and in conditions entirely alien to them.

Jul

17

2016

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Indian-origin Scientists Linked to Rresearch Fraud in Singapore

Three Indian-origin scientists have been accused of a scientific fraud in Singapore for falsification of their research data, a media report said on Saturday.

Jul

17

2016

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All The Way From Africa

In Indian mythology, it is a bird that waits through summer for the seasons to change, only to open its mouth to the skies to drink rain water directly.

Jul

16

2016

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From Iran to India: The Journey And Evolution of Biriyani

Biriyani is the quintessential celebratory dish in India and an aromatic delicacy that dazzles as a sublime one-dish meal

Jul

16

2016

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India's Women's Hockey Team Gear up For USA Tour

The tour is the last of the many international exposure matches planned ahead of the upcoming Rio Olympics from August 5-21.

Jul

15

2016

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India Offers Ganges Holy Water by Post

The water, known as Gangajal, will be bottled at two spots along the river - its source at Gangotri and the popular pilgrim town of Rishikesh.

Jul

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Idea Of Europe Vs India’s Identity

Today, the identity of Europe remains in question; that of India, however, is now moving forward into a new century, along with an honouring of its past.

Jul

15

2016

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UK Students to Learn Indian Culture

British Council has conducted an Advanced Placement (AP) test for 40,000 students from across the country to participate in the training programme.

Jul

15

2016

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The Dark History Behind India And the UK's Favourite Drink

This is the extraordinary story of the most ubiquitous and familiar Indian street food of the lot.

Jul

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2016

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Bun Intended: Domino’s Burger Venture in India

Domino's the world's largest pizza brand launches its first hybrid: the Burger-Pizza. And so takes the fight for the Indian QSR space to the burger kingdom. Will it win?

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