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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

2014

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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.

May

09

2014

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IITs to Share Expertise With Finland

Finland is actively involved in setting up a joint IT hub in Otaniemi with the support of Indian Institutes of Technology

May

09

2014

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The Electronic Fix for India's Filth and Corruption

in a country where just over 11% of the population are connected to the internet, is this really possible?

May

09

2014

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44 Indians Shortlisted For One-way Trip to Mars

Forty-four Indians, including 17 women, are among 705 aspirants shortlisted for an ambitious private mission to send four people on a planned one-way trip to Mar

May

08

2014

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Nicolas Cage on Indian Food, a Desi Face/Off and National Treasure 3

Oscar winning Hollywood star Nicolas Cage could be leaving Las Vegas for an Indian experience soon.

May

07

2014

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Knot Perfect: 12 Villages in Rajasthan That Exist as Couples

Local legend has it that in the past people named contiguous villages like a pair---one masculine, another feminine---with rhyming names.

May

07

2014

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Indian-American Chefs Win US Food Awards

Two Indian-origin chefs have been conferred with the prestigious James Beard Food Awards for 2014, considered as the Oscars of the US food and beverage industry.

May

07

2014

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By 2050, One-fifth of India Will be Senior Citizens

Senior citizens will constitute one-fifth of India's total population by 2050

May

06

2014

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Summer On a plate

Rediscovering forgotten fruits and vegetables, and reviving food memories dating back to childhood

May

06

2014

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Muscular Village

The Indian village famous for wrestlers... and bouncers

May

05

2014

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Why George Clooney is Every Indian Mataji’s Nightmare

Phoren or not, in the damaad rankings of a Mataji, an actor is barely a few shades better than a politician.

May

05

2014

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Trams Likely to Make a Comeback in Chandni Chowk

More than half a century after they were phased out to make way for automobiles, trams are likely to make a comeback on the busy streets of the Walled City.

May

05

2014

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Stop Treating Us Like Garbage, Indians Tell High Commission in London

A petition on CHANGE.ORG has been scathing in its criticism of the treatment meted out to some at the Indian High Commission.

May

05

2014

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Sachin Tendulkar Continues to Remain Jewel of India

I will always remain a sportsman at heart who is keen to positively impact the sporting fabric of the nation.

May

03

2014

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Naughty Noughty History

Popular history is littered with superlative ‘facts’ about our greatness. It’s about time someone investigated where these ‘facts’ come from, and why they are so popular?

May

03

2014

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Censorship to Political Pulls, is Indian Media in Crisis

India has slipped down further to the 78th position in the Annual Index of Media Freedom, due to ‘increased interference in content by media owners in the run-up to the 2014 elections

May

03

2014

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India 3rd on List of Green Buildings' Countries Outside US

India has been ranked third on the list of top 10 countries in leadership in energy and environmental design outside America

May

03

2014

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Judgment With a Moral

Indian youngsters living abroad should “imbibe the work culture of the West and social culture of the East, and not vice-versa if they want to succeed in life”.

May

03

2014

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Mum's Home Cooking in Mumbai

For those searching for authentic Indian dining experiences, a quick look beyond the restaurant pages leads to other, more creative experiences.

May

02

2014

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New Food Porn Film Features Indian Restaurant

it is one of those foodie movies that makes you want to exit the theater quickly and get to a restaurant

May

01

2014

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The Paid News Phenomenon

Paid news is not just a regional phenomenon, many English newspapers and channels also do this

May

01

2014

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Life as a Gay Couple in India

India's Supreme Court recently overturned a 2009 court ruling that decriminalized gay sex.

May

01

2014

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IIT-G Makes it to Top 100 List of Global Dynamic Universities

This is for the first time that an Indian institute is in the table of Under 50 institute.

Apr

30

2014

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Indian Wins Top Environment Award

An Indian who helped villagers fight a large coal mine is among six environmental activists from around the world who have won the Goldman Prize.

Apr

29

2014

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The Brotherhood of the Rope

The greatest challenge the entire Everest climbing community faces is the ability to remain engaged in the cause over time.

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