Mother Teresa, who is revered in India and other parts of the world as the messiah of the poor, was "anything but a saint", says a study conducted by Canadian researchers. - See more at: http://zeenews.india.com/news/nation/mother-teresa-was-anything-but-a-saint-study_832448.html#sthash.dS9iJmm3.dpuf
Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. (TCS.NS), India's top software services provider, said it agreed to pay $29.75 million to settle a class-action law suit in the United States, brought by two former non-U.S.-citizen employees.
For Indian Institute of Technology-Madras students, what began as a fun medium to vent amidst a stressful exam season, has acquired a life of its own, attracting quite a bit of scrutiny even outside the institution.
What do you make of householders turned austere pilgrims who live in tatty canvas tents on a flood plain of a river braving regular baths in freezing water, biting cold, smoky skies and ear-splitting din for more than a month?
While the eating out culture has caught on like never before in India, weary travellers are constantly on the lookout for home-cooked food, or 'ghar ka khana', that offers comfort to the body and soul.
The world of taxi drivers is dominated by men. But there is one small cab company in Delhi, where all the drivers and passengers are female. Women's safety is a hot topic in India at the moment, so it's proving a very popular service.
In India, one’s love wasn’t one’s Valentine until a small company in the dusty Delhi district of Naraina that dealt in song books and leather patches decided it was about time we made that cultural leap.
As many set out for the customary Valentine’s Day dinner in the nation’s capital, several hundred men, women and children gathered at Parliament Street for an unorthodox celebration: a movement using music and dance to oppose violence against women.
India may be the birthplace of the Kama Sutra, the ancient how-to manual on kissing and sex. But for many years, Indian couples did not widely embrace kissing, at least not in public. Now that is changing.