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Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan - The Most Haunted Place in India

Locals say whoever has tried to stay inside after sunset was never found.

Jun

06

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India Sikh Groups Clash at Golden Temple

Several people have been injured after Sikh groups brandishing swords clashed at India's Golden Temple

Jun

05

2014

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US State Department Needs to Pipe Down About Badaun

There is a compulsive need to comment, advise, and worst of all, essentialise -- where specific incidents become excuses for broad scale generalisations about Indian men, women, society.

Jun

05

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Smartwear Revolution Promises Healthier Lives

A new generation of wearable technology is promising not only to log data about users' health but to predict and avert crises

Jun

05

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Prix Emile Hermès: Mola Musings

Two Kolkata designers get a special jury recommendation at the Hermès biennial design award for a chair inspired by a mother’s lap

Jun

05

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Keepy Uppy in Kerala

The Nainamvalappu Football Fans Association (NFFA) even plans to host its own mini World Cup in which 'teams' representing eight countries will play each other today. The winners will be presented with a gilt replica of the FIFA World Cup.

Jun

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Australia Want Their Own Indian Soil

Cricket Australia has come up with a novel plan to improve the team's performance on Indian soil: import some of their own.

Jun

05

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Rediscovering Yoga’s Soul

Are we just too conceited to admit that the practice can add a new dimension to our lives?

Jun

04

2014

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Tinker, Solder and Engineer

The Great Indian Jugaad—that unique desi talent for cobbling together disparate items and producing something that may look incredible, but somehow gets the job done. In fact, this is the dream that is driving a handful of Indian techies to usher in the Makerspace culture.

Jun

04

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Ancient Hindu Temple Statues Returned to Cambodia

Cambodia has welcomed home three ancient Hindu statues, which were stolen from a temple decades ago.

Jun

04

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PIOs to be Treated as Indians for Adoption of Kids

The Ministry to change the guidelines for adoption of children so that persons of Indian origin (PIOs) are treated as Indians and not foreigners in the matter.

Jun

03

2014

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The Mango Heartland

Malihabad: in the land of famous Dussehri mangoes.

Jun

03

2014

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Style Legend White is right

A summer staple, style classic, social barometer, political statement—the white shirt’s Indian evolution is a story of our times.

Jun

03

2014

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The Indian Miracle-buster Stuck in Finland

An Indian man who made his name exposing the "miraculous" feats of holy men as tricks has fled the country after being accused of blasphemy.

Jun

03

2014

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Indian Businessmen to Promote Hindi in Israel

In a major boost to promotion of Hindi in Israel, Indian businessmen here have announced a grant of about USD 33,000.

Jun

03

2014

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India: The Power of One Billion

The world's fastest growing mobile market remains relatively untapped - but tread lightly, there still be dragons

Jun

02

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India’s Growing Market for Leisure Biking

The number of Indians with money to burn on leisure biking is growing fast, and the world's most revered motorcycle brands are gearing up to equip them.

Jun

02

2014

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Swedish Artist Plans to Send First House to Moon

A Swedish artist is raising funds to send the first house to the Moon in 2015, which will self assemble within minutes on the lunar surface.

Jun

02

2014

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Britain Could Get Muslim and Hindu Bank Holidays

Britain could soon get its first Muslim and Hindu Bank Holiday days after a petition to Downing Street reached 119,000 signatures.

May

31

2014

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Smoking Rates Fall Among Indian Men, Rise for Women

In absolute terms, the number of female smokers in India has more than doubled - from about 5.3 million to 12.2 million.

May

30

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The Truth Behind Miss India and the High-price of Beauty

The high-price of beauty that many of girls must pay if they wish to compete in the Miss India contest.

May

30

2014

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15% of the World’s Obese Population Lives in India, China

Almost 37% of the world’s men are overweight or obese, up from 29% in 1980; and almost 38% of the world’s women are, up from 30% in 1980

May

30

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IPL: Is the Brand Losing its Appeal

After an initial smooth ride, the IPL has been hit by a string of controversies in recent seasons.

May

29

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Here Comes Hockey Again

The time to rest on laurels is long gone. The Indian men’s hockey team must reinvent itself to stay relevant, especially in a year that has four big tournaments lined up

May

28

2014

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Sachin, Shah Rukh Among 100 Most Obsessed-Over People on Web

Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar and Bollywood heartthrob Shah Rukh Khan are among the 100 most "obsessed-over people" on the web,

May

27

2014

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Global Technology Competitions Open Doors for Non-IIT Students

Sometimes the best from a tier 2 and tier 3 college can be better than an average student from an IIT.

May

27

2014

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Indian Healthcare Operator Cheers Modi Win

Mr. Modi is “a man of business,” He wants to move the needle. He’s more forceful and more corporate in his approach.

May

26

2014

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Global Digital News Brands See Growth Opportunity in India

Newspaper is everywhere in India. Print readership, especially of the country’s vernacular press, is continuing to rise.

May

26

2014

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Mumbai's Khau Galli

Mumbai’s Khau Galli has become an essence of the city and an ultimate paradise for food lovers.

May

23

2014

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Controversial Indian Ring Auctioned at Christie's

A ring belonging to an 18th Century Indian ruler has been sold at an auction in London amid criticism from heritage groups.

May

23

2014

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Chasing Down Death

The Million Death Study, is trying to turn the clock back on 1 million premature deaths that took place in India between 2001 and 2014

May

21

2014

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Dreamy Honeymoon Destinations in India

From picturesque beaches to tranquil mountain hideaways—India has an abundance of post-wedding getaways.

May

19

2014

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TV Subtitles Used to Create Literacy in India

If viewers back home in India could watch Bollywood musicals with Hindi subtitles, would it help them learn to read their own language?

May

19

2014

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Step by Step

How polio 'aunties' help keep India free of the disease

May

19

2014

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Where's the Bubbly

The amount of drinking around the world is going up, especially in India and China.

May

19

2014

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I Them Differently

Art is how people tell their stories through their craft.

May

15

2014

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Final Rest

US funeral homes are adapting to Hindu immigrants’ needs - See more at: http://caravanmagazine.in/lede/final-rest#sthash.cBGp07gV.dpuf

May

15

2014

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From the Dhabas of Murthal to the Phulkari of Patiala

The royal city has much to offer – from traditional crafts and food, to historic sites and shopping options.

May

15

2014

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Just Married. At 88, ND Tiwari is a Bridegroom

Congress leader ND Tiwari has married Ujjwala Sharma, the woman whose son he recently accepted as his own after a lengthy lawsuit.

May

15

2014

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For Indians, Much Depends on Family Background

The influence of inheritance, which undermines true merit, has not diminished with economic growth. Instead, it has risen.

May

15

2014

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Employee Engagement High Among Indians

Indian workers say they feel fully committed, engaged with employer.

May

15

2014

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Sikh Community to March for Sovereignty

On June 06, human rights group "Sikhs for Justice" (SFJ) will hold a "Sikh Sovereignty March" in Manhattan to mark the 30 year of attack on the Golden Temple

May

14

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Masala Dosa to Die For

One of the world’s largest chains of vegetarian restaurants — 33 in India, another 47 in a dozen other countries — is considered too obvious to its core clientele of Indian expatriates and tourists to be worth trumpeting.

May

14

2014

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Wisdom of Barbers

In India, as in many places, barbering is a profession handed down through the generations.

May

14

2014

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Ambani's 'Antilia' World's Most Outrageously Expensive Property

Ambani's 27-story, 400,000-square-foot skyscraper home Antilia named after a mythical island in the Atlantic, tops the Forbes list of the most expensive homes in the world.

May

14

2014

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Does India Need Rankings

While some question the methodologies used to rank institutions, others believe that India has to effectively address the reasons why its universities are struggling to make the cut.

May

12

2014

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Mud Wrestling Out of Poverty in India

Indian wrestling, known as kushti, is an ancient skill that has been a major part of the country's sporting life for around 3,000 years.

May

12

2014

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Self-made Billionaire

Dilip Shanghvi is among Asia's richest self-made billionaires.

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