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Outrage Over Indian Official Ranjit Sinha's Rape Rremarks

Women's groups in India have expressed outrage over remarks on rape made by the chief of the country's top investigation agency.

Nov

12

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Indian Mars Mission Snag Resolved

India's mission to Mars has overcome a technical problem and appears to be back on track, the country's space research agency says.

Nov

11

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India's Real Estate Market: Time for the Bubble to Burst?

If you're looking to invest in real estate, it might be wise to wait for the bubble to burst.

Nov

11

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Sachin Tendulkar Genius in Residence

Here’s what it was like to be around the great batsman whose vocabulary seemed distilled to a single Marathi word—‘shambar’. It means hundred

Nov

11

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Indian Media Highlight Controversy Over Mumbai Property Advert

Newspapers are highlighting a controversy over a discriminatory property advert that barred Muslims from applying for a flat in Mumbai.

Nov

11

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US Website Takes Satire Too Far Makes Up Assam Rape Festival

The piece, which has no satirical elements whatsoever, is vulgar and outrightly salacious.

Nov

11

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The Tea Tribes of Assam

The tribals have assimilated with the existing culture and traditions of the Brahmaputra valley, creating many new traditions, cultures, handicrafts, dance forms and a new way of living.

Nov

07

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World's 6th Largest Number of Billionaires in India

Indian billionaires, the sixth largest group in the rich world, have thrown up an interesting trend found nowhere else in the world.

Nov

06

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Where Do The Richest 10% Indians Live?

The richest Indians live in states that have fewer poor people on average.

Nov

06

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Despite Naysayers, Why Isro’s Mangalyaan Dream is Important

What is life without some romance, no matter how rich or poor we are? This time we are “dreaming with open eyes” and we shall make it happen.

Nov

06

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Home Buyers Feel Let Down by India’s Top Builders

Whether the real estate bill will become law is unclear, but at least one determined home buyer has won a battle against DLF in an Indian court.

Nov

03

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Band, Baaja, Baraat Attract American Ears

There is life on Indian streets and the bands add to the vitality.

Nov

02

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Why Veganism is an Expensive Diet in India

Veganism is very popular in the western world, and has caught fancy amongst Indians as well.

Nov

02

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Young, Restless and Indian

If Mr. Gandhi believes youth is given to impetuosity, I’d say to him that it is also marked by restlessness

Nov

02

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The Travel Nightmare That's Hit a Nerve in India

There's nothing like a bit of travel chaos to get people talking. Add a dash of perceived discrimination into the mix, and it's the perfect recipe for a social media storm.

Oct

31

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89 Per cent of Indians in Favour of a Common ASEAN Visa System

Skyscanner’s survey reveals that three quarters of Indians choose holiday destinations based on visa requirements

Oct

31

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A Church is a Mosque is a Church

At this uniquely syncretic structure, far more people come to pay obeisance to pillars, arches and stones than to gods

Oct

31

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India Plans to Restrict Email Use After NSA Leaks

India is planning to impose a ban on the use of foreign cloud-based email services to send official communications, before the end of the year.

Oct

31

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The Top Five Richest Women in India

Five women find a place in Forbes 2013 list of top 100 richest Indians

Oct

31

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India's Srishti Rana Crowned Miss Asia Pacific World 2013

21 -year old Srishti Rana has made the country proud by winning the coveted Miss Asia Pacific 2013

Oct

30

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Morality and Mobile Phones in India

The cheap mobile phone is the most disruptive device to hit humanity since shoes.

Oct

30

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Countdown For India's First Mission to Find Signs of Life on Mars

India is set to fly it's first ever mission to another planet with the Mars mission slated for launch on November 5.

Oct

29

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India Royals End Bitter Billion-dollar Dispute

An acrimonious multi-billion dollar dispute between members of one of India's most illustrious former royal families over palaces, diamonds and other valuable items has been settled, lawyers and family members say.

Oct

29

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Revival Hopes for India's Chinatown

Efforts are under way to revive the fortunes of India's only Chinatown.

Oct

29

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The Real Technology Story of India is Yet to Unfold

Technology, if used right, will be one of the most effective drivers for the much needed 'inclusive growth' in India.

Oct

29

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Cartoon on India-SA Tour Row Triggers Controversy

It is a completely insensitive cartoon. There was no need to involve religion and cricket.

Oct

29

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India, US Preparing Satellites to Probe Martian Atmosphere

Two new science satellites are being prepared to join a fleet of robotic Mars probes to help determine why the planet most like Earth in the solar system ended up so different.

Oct

28

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Exhibition Reveals the Warrior Yogis of Medieval India

Early yogis struck lovely poses - and also fought fierce battles. An exhibit in Washington shows the complex dimensions of yogi life.

Oct

28

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Space Tourism is Around the Corner

For a growing number of thrill-seeking travelers, the deep void of outer space is among the most appealing destinations imaginable.

Oct

24

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India’s Press Faces an Online Future

India is frequently considered the last vestige of printed news. In many ways, it is.

Oct

24

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Tendulkar Named in Wisden All-time World Test XI

Retiring Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar was today named in the Wisden all-time World Test XI.

Oct

24

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Tea Tourism Policy is Not Working in Darjeeling

The industry was expecting that the government would give them sops to promote tourism projects, which can emerge as a major revenue earner in the hills.

Oct

23

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Indian Grand Prix - Fast, Flowing and Challenging'

I think the layout is one of the best from the new generation of tracks.

Oct

22

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Dear NYT, Thanks But No Thanks for Discovering The Good Men of India

There are decent men everywhere but there is no Common Indian Man any more than there is a Common American Man.

Oct

22

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Off the Beaten Path

People opt for such holidays to recharge their batteries

Oct

22

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India space Agency Forced to Delay First Mission to Mars

The Indian Space Research Organisation said bad weather had caused the postponement of the rocket’s launch window.

Oct

22

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Treasure Hunt Throws up Some Artefacts, no Gold Found Yet

Archaeologists have said today that they have found artefacts in the ruins of a centuries-old fort where a Hindu sage believes 1,000 tons of gold are buried

Oct

21

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India Tries to Boost its Dwindling Parsi Community

India is a country full of diverse religions and communities but the Parsis - who boast the highest literacy rate in the country and some of India's best known business families - are dwindling.

Oct

21

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The Good Men of India

The Common Indian Male, a category that deserves taxonomic recognition: committed, concerned, cautious; intellectually curious, linguistically witty; socially gregarious.

Oct

19

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UK Looks to India to Manage National Shame of Elderly Care

Britain's Health Minister Jeremy Hunt said that the country should look at India's attitude towards caring for the elderly for lessons on how to manage "national shame" of ignoring old citizens.

Oct

19

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McDonald’s Has Just Scratched the Surface of Indian Culinary Variety

The west would do well to learn from the McAloo's success and realise the true potential of the potato.

Oct

18

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India's Abandoned Widows Struggle to Survive

The Hindu temple town of Vrindavan, a few hours south-east of Delhi, is known by another name locally: it's called the city of widows.

Oct

18

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Spiti Valley: It's Still a World Within a World

The Spiti Valley, a cold desert dotted by tiny helmets spread over the Himalayan peaks, adjoining Tibet, takes you to a land of Buddhism and virgin nature.

Oct

17

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Sex Toys to Sex Tourists: The Eternal Randiness of the Indian Male

The ban on sex toys is just one of these archaic senseless exercises in legislating morality or at least the appearance of morality

Oct

17

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US Should Learn From Indian Pvt Hospitals

The United States may be good at innovations in medicines, procedures and equipment. But it should learn from India how to keep health care affordable

Oct

17

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Virat Kohli's Whirlwind Knock Shatters ODI Record Books

Australia had no answer to Virat Kohli's fury at the Sawai Man Singh Stadium. Replacing Shikhar Dhawan, the right-hander blazed his way to 100 off 52 - the fastest ever by an Indian in ODIs.

Oct

17

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Indian Diners Go Global

Expat chefs across India on the India they love, the dishes they rave about and the people who have made them feel at home.

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