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When Will Indian Women Wear Bikinis For Themselves

In the land of curiosities like the bikini sari, body confidence is a rarity

Mar

23

2016

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5 Indian Dishes Doing Rounds in Malaysia With a Twist

The contribution of the Indian community to Malaysian cuisine is enormous. Indian cuisine has had a strong influence on traditional Malay cuisine resulting in the popularity of curries in Malaysia.

Mar

23

2016

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New Balance Re-enters India With Its Made in USA Sportswear

New Balance plans to open about 50 stores across shopping malls and high streets in Delhi and the NCR, Mumbai and Bengaluru in next 2-3 years, says Tucker

Mar

22

2016

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Starring Potatoes

Usually shunted into supporting roles, the humble tuber packs a mighty punch on its own

Mar

21

2016

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Africa’s Richest Man Sponsors Nigerians To India

President of Dangote Group and Africa’s richest man, is sending about 800 Nigerians to India, to learn the operations of a petrochemical refinery.

Mar

21

2016

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Africans in India

Unlike slave experiences in other parts of the world, enslaved Africans in India were able to assert themselves and attain military and political authority in their new homeland.

Mar

21

2016

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Dubai, Thailand Favourite Holi Weekend Getaways for Indians

Dubai and Thailand, popular tourist hubs, stood at number one and two positions, respectively, due to its short flying time from India, followed by Singapore

Mar

20

2016

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India Easily Defeat Rivals Pakistan

Hosts India revived their World Twenty20 hopes by beating fierce rivals Pakistan by six wickets in Kolkata.

Mar

18

2016

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Good Innings

As cricket's Twenty20 world cup gets under way in India, nowhere will support for the host nation be stronger than in the town of Meerut.

Mar

18

2016

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Indian Media in a Global Age

The daily media bashing on Twitter is better understood if you know the history of news media in the country

Mar

18

2016

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India at 118 on Happy Index

Denmark, closely followed by Switzerland, is again the happiest country in the world while crisis-torn Syria and Burundi are the most miserable.

Mar

18

2016

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Malaysia Hopes to Boost Air Services Ops To India

Malaysia hopes to increase air service operations to India and has begun discussions to expand seat allocation to 40,000 seats per week.

Mar

18

2016

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Rival India-Pakistan Cricket Fans Switch Sides on Facebook

Fans from the cricket-mad nations have swapped support for their teams on Facebook, with Indian and Pakistani users posting profile pictures with their rival's colours.

Mar

17

2016

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Dangerous Nuptials

Wedding celebrations are supposed to be happy events but in northern India, a shocking number end tragically, thanks to a surprisingly tenacious tradition of celebratory gunfire.

Mar

17

2016

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Indian Workers Face Deportation Under UK Immigration Law

Thousands of Indians in the UK may get hit by a new law from next month under which they could be deported if their annual salary is below 35,000 pounds.

Mar

17

2016

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Trump Favours Indian Students Staying Back in U.S.

Indians studying in American educational institutions should not be kicked out as the country needs smart people like them.

Mar

16

2016

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Mother Teresa to be Made a Saint

Mother Teresa, the Roman Catholic nun who worked with the poor in the Indian city of Kolkata (Calcutta), is to be declared a saint on 4 September, Pope Francis has announced.

Mar

16

2016

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Can India-Pakistan Cricket Promote Peace

The question of whether, amidst all the strife that besets the two countries' cricketing relations, a mere sport can bring them together, is at one level easy to answer: No.

Mar

16

2016

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Indian Entrepreneur Calls on Delhi to Set up NRI Fund

Domestic development fund accessible to overseas Indians could be used to finance mega infrastructure projects in India

Mar

15

2016

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Shaking up India's Lingerie Market

Lingerie shopping in India has always been shrouded in secrecy.

Mar

15

2016

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Miandad Enraged by Afridi's India Comments

A furious Javed Miandad said Pakistan Twenty20 captain Shahid Afridi should be "ashamed" of himself after stating that he has been given more love by Indian crowds than fans in his homeland.

Mar

15

2016

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India Expects as Twenty20 Carnival Comes to Town

Twenty20 cricket's showpiece tournament begins in earnest Tuesday as India, once so sniffy about the glitzy World T20, get the group stages under way for the first time on home soil.

Mar

15

2016

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The First Indian Woman Medical Graduate From USA

She lived a mere 21 years but achieved so much in that brief span that a crater on Venus is now named in her honour.

Mar

14

2016

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India And Massachusetts Institute of Technology

The story of how these Indians went on to study at MIT is as interesting as what they managed to accomplish when they returned home.

Mar

14

2016

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India's Slum Cricket League

Rajesh Pundir, a former Indian government employee, has set up a Slum Cricket League to give children living in Delhi's slums a chance at playing the sport professionally.

Mar

14

2016

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Miracle Meeting

Forty-two years later, she tracked down her biological mother and had an emotional reunion with the woman she had wondered about all her life.

Mar

14

2016

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Expats Learn About Brewing The Perfect Cuppa

It's ironic that Indians don't get a taste of the best tea of the world, most of which is produced right here. in India as most of it is exported.

Mar

14

2016

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Hyderabad is Best Indian City to Live in

Hyderabad is ranked the top Indian city in the quality of living ranking for the second consecutive year.

Mar

13

2016

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A Bite of India’s Culinary History

At a time when we are obsessed with our past, let’s at least get the facts right.
TAGS: Life | Food | Bigger India

Mar

12

2016

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New Social Campaign Celebrates Dark Skin

A new global campaign on social media against colourism - #unfairandlovely - is challenging the widely-held belief in many parts of the world that fair skin is the most attractive.

Mar

11

2016

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India's Most Loved And Loathed Student

Revolution still remains some distance away at Delhi's prestigious Jawaharlal Nehru University, but the Indian spring has already arrived in the wooded campus with a vengeance.

Mar

11

2016

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Hockey in The Hills

For the past two decades, Kodavas from all over the world have come back to the tiny district to take part in the annual tournament

Mar

11

2016

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Is The Scale of World Culture Festival 2016 Worth The Cost

The 1000 singers at Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s World Cultural Festival, which begins on 11 March, will probably lip-sync. So is it worth destroying the Yamuna floodplain?

Mar

10

2016

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India Inc Makes Workplaces Friendlier For Women

What India Inc needs to do is bring about a policy that makes it mandatory to have 50 percent of workforce comprising of women employees.

Mar

10

2016

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The League Inspiring Indian Sex Workers' Children

The first thing that gives you a clue this is no ordinary football game is the crowd.

Mar

10

2016

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Massive India festival to go Ahead

India's environment watchdog has said a controversial cultural festival on the floodplains of Delhi's main river can go ahead if the organisers pay a fine of $744,262.

Mar

10

2016

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Pakistan’s World T20 Match Against India Moved To Kolkata

Pakistan’s concerns over security at Dharamsala have led to shifting of their March 19 World Twenty20 match against hosts India to Kolkata

Mar

10

2016

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Quality Indian Grapes Find Niche in Europe

Growers have improved the quality of grapes so much that Indian grapes are now finding a good market at this time of year in the European market.

Mar

09

2016

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Sri Sri Event Sees Opposition Unite Against Government

The government faced opposition anger in Parliament over the mega festival organized by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar's Art of Living on the banks of the river Yamu

Mar

09

2016

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Tigerair Keen to Expand India Footprint

Singapore-based budget airline Tigerair has set its sights on further expanding its footprint in emerging markets like India.

Mar

09

2016

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Akshaya Patra USA Seeks More Indian American Youth Ambassadors

Akshaya Patra USA has over 100 Indian American activists in the Youth Ambassador Program, an elite social justice engagement program for students in the US it launched in 2014.

Mar

08

2016

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Tech Savvy Indians a Challenge

catering to the tech savvy Indian consumer is an "interesting challenge".

Mar

08

2016

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Breaking The Jinx

It is no coincidence that the first five editions of the tournament produced five different winners.

Mar

08

2016

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The Sikh Community Is Setting A Great Example Of Humanity

Food services offered by Sikh temples are committed strongly to alleviating world hunger and reducing food waste.

Mar

08

2016

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UK Visa Fees Set For Big Hike

The British government is set to increase visa fees across most categories of applications from March 18, in a move that will affect thousands of Indians.

Mar

08

2016

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India Eye World T20 Crown

Hosts India are favourites to clinch the sixth edition of the World Twenty20 in what could be a fairytale ending to the glittering career of captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

Mar

07

2016

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Living la Dolce Vita—in Smoggy Bengaluru

A failed trip to Italy sparks alternative holiday and cooking plans grounded in a core ‘desi’ philosophy

Mar

07

2016

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For Sri Sri's Huge Delhi Fest, Army Builds Bridges

The World Culture Festival, a three-day event, will do serious damage to the delicate ecosystem of Delhi's Yamuna river

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