Apr

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Indian Obsession for Fair Skin Continues

The visual media has changed the strategy so much that even fair people also use fairness products

Apr

17

2014

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Why Your Bindi,Nose Ring,Feathers Are More Than a Fashion Choice

The people who are choosing to wear the bindis, nose rings, or feathers are actually participating in cultural appropriation.

Apr

16

2014

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A Story of Displacement in Gujarat Comes to Mumbai

I wanted people to think about what is happening in this country and, for a night, experience what it is like to be displaced,

Apr

15

2014

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India Recognises Transgender People as Third Gender

Activists say landmark ruling by supreme court will help millions of people who face discrimination in India's conservative society

Apr

14

2014

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How India’s Drinking Culture is Changing Radically

Things have changed so much that not only are weekends designated for partying but every evening could well be a Saturday

Apr

14

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Delhi’s Belly The Good Earth

A riverside farmer and the fragile ecology around him that exists, magically, in the middle of the Capital

Apr

14

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India Blames US Amid El Nino Warning

India’s top weather official went a storm’s way recently. He haphazardly mixed issues.

Apr

14

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Sachin and Ganguly to Own Soccer Franchises

Former cricketers Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly are among the owners of eight franchises of a new Indian soccer league set to kick off later this year.

Apr

11

2014

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Could Americans Take ESPN’s Cricket Bait

ESPN has recently stepped up its push to capture cricket audience in the US and to convince them to tune into matches

Apr

11

2014

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David Rocco’s Dolce India: Easy on the Eye and the Palate

David Rocco’s Dolce India is the Indian leg of his international show, David Rocco’s Dolce Vita.

Apr

10

2014

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Jalebi Among World's Most Fattening Foods

One of the favourite sweets for Indians, jalebi has featured on an American news website's list of 10 most fattening food items across the globe.

Apr

07

2014

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Indian Hotels Ranked Third in the Global Best Value List

After hotels in Thailand and Malaysia, the third slot is taken by the hotels in India.

Apr

06

2014

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Why We Won’t Stand For One Version of Our National Anthem

At no point can the versions of the national anthem that are played in multiplexes said to be disrespectful – or for that matter, even bad.

Apr

06

2014

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Decoded: How do You Become an Alcoholic

Men who are less sensitive to the negative effects of alcohol drink more heavily and are more likely to become problem drinkers later in life.

Apr

07

2014

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How Yoga Became a $27 Billion Industry

Perhaps inevitably, yoga’s journey from ancient spiritual practice to big business and premium lifestyle has some devotees worrying that something has been lost along the way.
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Apr

06

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Indian Priest Faces Deportation for Molestation in US

Koppala was taken into custody by the Department of Homeland Security and will remain in custody until his likely deportation.

Apr

06

2014

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More and More IITians Switching Streams

The trend of freshmen switching branches as they advance into their sophomore year is catching up fast at the elite tech institutes.

Apr

03

2014

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For Africans, India is Healthcare Destination

Over a period of time African people have developed a certain amount of confidence on the Indian healthcare system.

Apr

03

2014

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The last Jews of Calcutta

The Jews of Calcutta may soon disappear, but others in the city will be celebrating their festivals for some time yet.

Apr

01

2014

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Trains That Can Climb Skyscrapers

Londoners Christopher Christophi and Lucas Mazarrasa have drawn up a proposal for the world's first vertical trains that will climb up skyscrapers.

Apr

02

2014

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In UK, Indian Domestic Workers Face Abuse

Under the terms of the new ‘tied visa,’ overseas domestic workers cannot legally leave their employer and find new work.

Mar

31

2014

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Amazing Indian Science and Tech Inventions

India has always boasted of having some of the best brains in the world and the amazing discoveries and inventions by Indians will prove the fact!

Mar

31

2014

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Fake Chinese Parts Doomed IAF's Super Hercules

Did IAF’s 'US-made' C-130J Super Hercules that crashed have fake Chinese parts?

Mar

31

2014

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Pseudo Intellectual’s Day Out

The sudden craze of the hoi polloi to gatecrash into every cultural and literary event in India

Mar

30

2014

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A Tale of Two Cities

High street trends and fashion weeks in Mumbai and Delhi now clearly tell us why personal style has a city address

Mar

28

2014

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Indians Plan Rebirth for 5th-Century University

Mr. Sen, the Harvard economist and Nobel laureate, is now part of an effort to capitalize on Nalanda’s legacy by building a new university with the same name, not far from the original site

Mar

28

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Is the World More Depressed

It seems that suicide and depression has become part of the social conversation in a way that was once taboo.

Mar

28

2014

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Why Climate Change is Bad News for India Tea Producers

Growing India's famed Assam tea now costs more and is becoming increasingly challenging because of changing weather

Mar

28

2014

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What Can Caretaker Gavaskar Do For Indian Cricket

The real question to be asked is what the man in charge of the IPL can truly do.

Mar

28

2014

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C-130J Super Hercules Crash

In a setback to the Air Force, a newly acquired US-made C-130J Super Hercules transport aircraft today crashed near Gwalior

Mar

27

2014

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Bangalore Chickpet Chic

The Fancy Shops and ‘gandhige angadis’ cater to every vanity of the Bangalorean woman

Mar

27

2014

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Indian Women with Heightened Risk of Violence

Indian women with more resources than hubbies face heightened risk of violence

Mar

27

2014

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Indian-American Physicians Raise Issues with US Lawmakers

An influential body of Indian-American physicians is pressing US lawmakers on several issues including how to continue to provide healthcare to patients while being rewarded in a just and sustainable way.

Mar

27

2014

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Press Freedom is a Compromised Reality in India

One would rather think the most important point of debate would be the state of journalistic ethic in the country.

Mar

27

2014

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WHO Certifies India Polio-free

India, was certified polio-free by an independent commission of the World Health Organisation (WHO) with no case of the disease being reported in the country for three years.

Mar

27

2014

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Google Fined By Competition Commission of India

The Competition Commission has imposed a penalty on Google for failing to provide information related to an investigation into the Internet major's alleged unfair trade practices.

Mar

26

2014

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India-Africa Initiative Empowering African Women

A new initiative has India partnering with African countries to empower African women by developing skills that already exist within them.

Mar

26

2014

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Sahara Chief Subrata Roy Gets Conditional Bail

The Supreme Court has ruled that he has to first deposit Rs. 10,000 crore with market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India

Mar

26

2014

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Dendroid' Virus Threatening Android Phones in India

ndian cyber security sleuths have alerted users of Android smartphone about the malicious activities of a tricky virus called 'Dendroid'.

Mar

26

2014

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Mango Down

EU member states block 5 Indian fruit and vegetable

Mar

26

2014

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Great News for Indians Applying for a British Visa

The service will allow Indian applicants to keep their passport while their visa is being processed.

Mar

23

2014

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The Capital’s Real Queens

Stereotypes of the city’s changing women are only a part of the unfolding reality

Mar

23

2014

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The Disappearing Tribe of India's Letter Writers

For centuries, professional letter writers have helped millions of illiterate Indians

Mar

23

2014

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The Man Who Wrote His Own Epitaph

Khushwant Singh, one of India's best known writers won fame for a searing book on partition of the subcontinent as well as his once-daring descriptions of sex.

Mar

20

2014

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Delhi’s Indo-Western Style

In this happening neighborhood, Indians embrace a mix of traditional and Western styles.

Mar

20

2014

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How India is Building Asia's Largest Secure Forest Network

A landmark effort by the Indian state of Karnataka to connect isolated protected forests could lead to the building of Asia's largest unbroken fores

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