The real source of income is its semen.
A Nepalese man who stands no taller than a newborn has been declared the world's shortest man in history.
The village in question, Koundla, 20 km from Hoshiapur town, was "mistakenly" clubbed by district election officials with the adjoining village and polling station of Bassi Chaura.
Controversy has erupted among devotees and media which has questioned the limits to which various temples and other religious places can go while accepting devotees' donations, however expensive they may be.
Nearly 50 Finnair crew dressed in salwar kameez and traditional Indian attire gyrated and frolicked through the aisles to the delight of surprised passengers.
A Madhya Pradesh Minister criticized after a videotape showed a young boy tying his shoes has pledged never to wear shoes with laces again
Scores of people in housing colonies patrolled the streets and chanted slogans to stay awake in Lucknow.
A hotel employee in Britain is insuring her bottom for $6 million after landing a job to test the softness of hotel beds.
Parijat Saha, who expected only Rs 10,000 ($200) in his account, rushed to an ATM machine to verify, and sure enough he had $10 billion in the bank.
Major nonviolent campaigns have achieved success 53 percent of the time, compared with 26 percent for violent resistance campaigns.
Tourism from India is projected to grow 50 percent by 2016.
Hi-fi, abbreviation for high fidelity, defines someone or something as posh
An Australian university is teaching foreign students how to use the toilet correctly after janitors complained that they were leaving them soiled.
Thames Valley Police, one of the largest police departments in the UK, is advising Indian families to avoid keeping high value jewelry at home after a spate of robberies targeting the community in the counties of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.
Overseas Indian Affairs Minister Vayalar Ravi has directed the Indian Embassy in Washington to lodge a protest with NBC over the “quite unfortunate and quite objectionable” satire.
Special arrangements are being made for the event as the animals can be highly strung, crowd shy and prone to erratic behaviour.
A Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) captain blithely decided to accommodate two passengers in the toilet of the Lahore-Karachi flight
Anita acted "as an inspiration for others to follow" in the country, where more than half of its population still defecate in the open.
Lack of adequate sanitation in India resulted in an annual loss of $53.8 billion ($161 billion in purchasing power parity, or PPP) or $48 per capita ($144 in PPP) in 2006.
Three Indian politicians from a morally conservative party, including a women's affairs minister, resigned on Wednesday after being caught watching pornography on a mobile phone during.
Western women look ridiculous wearing saris and most of them likely know nothing about Indian culture.
this cash-rich society pays every flat-owner a yearly dividend of $6 for every sq ft he or she occupies
The Bobble can be a nod, shake, slow turn, raise or spasm of an Indian’s head. It can be vertical, horizontal or circular. It can be one or many. It is as simple as that.
Two dozen beaming flight attendants dressed in Indian attire came dancing through the aisles to “Deewangi Deewangi” from the Bollywood mega-blockbuster “Om Shanti Om" on a Finnair flight.
That's the surprise Finnair had in store for its passengers bound for New Delhi from its headquarters Helsinki on the Repubic Day Jan 26 when some 50 crew members danced to the tune of the title song of Bollywood film "Om Shanti Om" directed and choreographed by Farah Khan.
Laughter may be the best medicine, but for the Indian Army, a dose 'Made in Pakistan' may be too bitter to swallow.
In a skit, NBC's Jay Leno mocks Romney's wealth by showing the Golden Temple as one of his summer vacation homes.
The video footage shows a man walking down the tracks earlier this month in the face of an on-coming train before throwing himself down on to his front with moments to spare.
An Indian official accused of having a tribal boy tie his shoelaces said he will no longer wear shoes requiring laces.
25% of violent struggles ended with success but 75% of peaceful struggles ended in victory.
In Hindi/Hinglish, the abbreviation of high-fidelity, hi-fi, is used to describe something posh, like a neighborhood.
"If it's a girl, there will be great cheers from the family outside. If it's a boy, you will hear them mutter politely that, 'Whatever God gives us is quite all right.'"
Ruined ramparts, once used to keep out Mughal invaders, now provide a prime spot for locals to hang out their washing lines, while many properties have been stripped of their carved sandstone slabs, which end up in local markets.
Hardly reminiscent of Gandhi’s famous homespun clothing, the Nehru jacket is a descendant of the northern Indian achkan, a closed-neck, coatlike garment usually considered court dress for Indian nobility.
Foreigners from many countries who are adding surgery to holiday trips that often include trips to the Taj Mahal in Agra and other tourist spots.
Red-faced bank officials would not comment, but sources say the funds were "uncleared" and he could not have withdrawn the money if he had tried.
India is to impose safety standards on its 'jugaads' – the home-made transport vehicles made from used car, motorcycle, tractor and bullock cart parts.
Several high-profile chefs are asking diners to get their hands dirty, in the belief that it heightens the sensual connection to food and softens the formality of fine dining.
"My son was sleeping with my husband. They said he should sleep separately from your son."