Nov

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Money Mules of India's Cash Crisis

Yes, it's not my money. I am doing this for my boss. He has always been nice to me, and has helped me financially on many occasions

Nov

24

2016

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A Michelin Star For Duck Vindaloo

The combination of a curry and a pint is believed to have been pioneered at the UK's oldest surviving Indian restaurant, Veeraswamy, which has recently been honoured with a Michelin star.

Nov

23

2016

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India Surpasses USA to Become 2nd Largest Global Smartphone Market

India surpassed the USA to become the second largest global smartphone market in terms of users in early 2016 and is on track to cross half a billion smartphone users mark within the next five years.

Nov

23

2016

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Indian Tycoons Met Donald Trump Before Their Own PM

Photographs of President-elect Donald Trump meeting with three Indian real estate executives at Trump Towers, New York, surfaced on social media.

Nov

23

2016

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India Joins Forces With EU For Skill India Mission

The sectors identified for collaboration include manufacturing, food processing, infrastructure development, urbanisation (smart cities for example), transportation, hospitality, healthcare etc.

Nov

22

2016

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India May Become a Digital Colony of The USA And China

With China and the US pumping in massive foreign capital into India’s digital economy, a top Indian investor and educationist has warned that the country could become a “digital colony” unless Indian businesses start investing in it.

Nov

22

2016

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Research Exemption Under Patent Laws In India And USA

While India allows research exemption for any product, USA restricts it to drugs or veterinary biological products other than a new animal drug or veterinary biological product.

Nov

21

2016

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Patel Most Common Indian Surname in UK

Patel has emerged as the most common Indian surname in the UK, according to a new Oxford dictionary released today.

Nov

21

2016

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Manish Mehrotra: NYC Doesn’t Have a Reference Point For Me

Fresh off a Zagat crown, Indian Accent’s Manish Mehrotra on competition, creativity and the coveted star

Nov

21

2016

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US Institutions Call For More Indian Students

India is the second leading country of origin among international students in the US, according to Open Doors Report 2016 on international educational exchange.

Nov

19

2016

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Home Away From Home

Chennai has the third-largest expatriate population in India, estimated at over 100,000 in 2016

Nov

19

2016

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Curry in Crisis, Bollywood Bored of London

The cultural bond between India and the UK is unravelling, thanks to harsher visa rules and Brexit.

Nov

18

2016

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India go Down Two Spots in English Speaking

According to a new report, India has slipped two spots compared to last year in English proficiency rankings while China has improved its ranking.

Nov

18

2016

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The Chef Who Made Indian Cuisine Cool

His great contribution to food has given Indian cuisine a sheen of respect, taking it far beyond greasy, spicy curries.

Nov

17

2016

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How Cashless Indians Are Coping

With Indians struggling to get cash after the government's surprise decision to scrap 500 and 1,000 rupee notes overnight, ingenuity has come to the fore.

Nov

17

2016

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India's Huge And Controversial Wedding

After five days the most lavish but controversial Indian wedding of the year draws to a close. It is estimated to have cost at least $74m.

Nov

16

2016

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When The Light Got in For Leonard Cohen

Cohen told his biographer that over the space of several visits to Mumbai in the next few years, the clouds in his mind had lifted - by "imperceptible degrees this background of anguish that had been with me my whole life began to dissolve".

Nov

16

2016

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7 Offbeat Wedding Rituals in India

A few unusual wedding rituals in India that are bound to take you by surprise.

Nov

15

2016

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Indian Students in The US at Record High

The number of Indian students studying in the US soared by 25% to a record high, figures from 2015-2016 show.

Nov

15

2016

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Ours Are The Streets

In Singapore, nearly three years after the Little India riot, migrant workers from Bangladesh and India attempt to create a semblance of home, through music, poetry and cricket.

Nov

14

2016

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Google Changed Itself For India in a Mission to Connect The World

Alphabet Inc’s Google is ready to spend billions to get millions of Indians online– through a slew of India-specific products and initiatives.

Nov

14

2016

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18-Year-Old Creates Golfing History

Teen golf sensation Aditi Ashok scripted history on Sunday as she became the first Indian woman to win a Ladies European Tour title by clinching the Hero Women's Indian Open

Nov

14

2016

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India’s Cash Crunch Hits Countryside, Weddings in Trouble

Much of India’s rural economy is powered by cash transactions with few people having bank accounts or operating one even if they have an account.

Nov

13

2016

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Bitter Brew

Workers are still paying the price for West's cup of tea.

Nov

13

2016

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What Can Trump do to Your U.S. Dreams

ATrump presidency raises concerns about what the future holds for potential visa seekers and immigrants from India, since he has made immigration and visa regulations a centrepiece of his politics.

Nov

11

2016

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Government Announces £80 Million UK–India Research Fund

Projects will address challenges such as pollution and antimicrobial resistance.

Nov

11

2016

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An Ancient Game Which Goes Back to India

Legend has it India exported the ancient form of chess to Persia, giving King Chosroes Anushirvan a game that was invented just for him: the game of "four kings", or "chaturanga".

Nov

11

2016

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Asia's High-Speed Rail Rivalry Draws Japan Towards India

The competition between Asia’s biggest economies for high-speed rail contracts has been intense.

Nov

09

2016

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Why America Needs to be Grateful to India

Whether the Modi fairy dust rubs off or not on Trump, this has been quite the Indian summer of a presidential election.

Nov

08

2016

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Cuisine Focus: Indian

Indian cuisine is one of the most preferred cuisines in the Middle East region.

Nov

07

2016

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India to Raise Work Permit Issue With Canada, U.K.

India will raise its concerns over restrictions on the movement of foreign skilled workers for short-term duration work with Britain and Canada, as these curbs are affecting the Indian IT industry.

Nov

06

2016

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Lack of Awareness Leads to Fraudulent NRI Marriages

Bilateral agreement between India and other countries cannot alone solve the issue

Nov

06

2016

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IRS Scam Calls Drop Off After India Arrests

The bust in India and the arrests have giving some insights into how these rings operate.

Nov

04

2016

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The Indian Woman Who Stood up to Donald Trump

Five years ago, a 50-something woman living in a tumbledown 87-year-old building in Mumbai became the talk of the town for "standing up" to Donald Trump.

Nov

03

2016

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India's Diwali Fireworks: Nazis And Fighting Elephants

The Green Nazi is more like military ordnance than what in Britain we quaintly call a "banger".

Nov

03

2016

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Why Has Indian TV Star Arnab Goswami Quit Hit Show

Indian prime time television presenter Arnab Goswami has said he's leaving the country's top rated English-language channel.

Nov

03

2016

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Indian Ashrams A Rendezvous With The Inner Self

India has always been known as the home of spirituality and mysticism to visitors from all over, especially the foreigners, and sustaining this image are the humble ashrams.

Nov

03

2016

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US Warns its Citizens in India of IS Attack

The enhanced threat perception India currently faces could affect foreign visitor inflow as the peak travel season begins in the country.

Nov

03

2016

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England Security Operation Goes on in India as Players Take Break

England’s touring squad flew into Mumbai on Wednesday for their five-Test tour of India, following a tour of Bangladesh which had been full of fears but which was completed without incident.

Nov

02

2016

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Social Media Reacts as India's Top TV Personality Quits

India's prime-time TV presenter Arnab Goswami has sparked a social media frenzy with the news he is leaving the country's top English-language channel.

Nov

02

2016

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Alarming Rise in NRIs Sending Divorce Notices From Abroad

There has been an alarming rise in the cases coming to the Commission related to ‘NRI marriages’ where the NRI husbands were sending divorce notices from abroad to their wives here

Nov

02

2016

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Feud at India’s Top Conglomerate Shocks a Proud Community

The bitter public feud between the Tata family, which controls India’s most respected conglomerate, and its now ousted chairman Cyrus Mistry has created an unwelcome stir in the tiny Parsi community to which both sides belong.

Nov

01

2016

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The Star of Intellectual Journalism

A new collection of writings from ‘The Modern Review’, and the history of intellectual journalism in India.

Oct

31

2016

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India’s Palpreet Singh Drafted By NBA’s D-League

Palpreet Singh, winner of National Finals of ACG-NBA Jump, India's first national basketball talent search program, was selected 11th in the fourth Round of the NBA D-League Draft held in New York.

Oct

31

2016

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The Sin From Sindh

Spicy and rich with lashings of ‘ghee’ and lots of variety, Sindhi food is stepping out of home into commercial spaces

Oct

31

2016

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The Sari is Dead. Long Live The Sari

The sari has different languages and must be allowed to speak in all of them.” It’s not time to hang up that sari, just yet.

Oct

31

2016

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Deepavali As A Festival Of Freedom In South Africa

The South African saga of Deepavali provides us the instance where the festival of lights reveals its dimension as the festival of freedom.

Oct

30

2016

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Doing Diwali Delhi Style

Diwali, the biggest Hindu festival is often called "India's Christmas".

Oct

30

2016

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Life in Delhi's 168-year-old Mansion

Old Delhi draws thousands of tourists every year because of its old-world charm, street food and heritage buildings.

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