Breaking Hollywood's Glass Ceiling

Despite the fact that India is not only the world’s oldest, but also the largest film making industry in the world, Indians are riveted by overseas roles offered to their homebred heroes.

Indians in UAE

The UAE is home to 2.6 million Indian expats, the largest expat community constituting 30 percent of the total population.

Visa God

Applicants for student and work visas to the United States and other countries pray at this temple ahead of their appointments with consular officers.

Multiracial Indians

New York is the most multiracial Indian city. No surprise there. But Hawaii and Alaska are the most multiracial Indian states.

Indian in Sweden

If there could be two lands and cultures that are a total opposite of one another, then surely Sweden and India are it.

Year The Earth Stood Still

In important respects, the relationship among China, India and Pakistan is more threatening today than it was then, because all three now have nuclear weapons.

Will the Bihar Loss Derail India’s Economic Reforms

It is not as though the BJP has become bogged down in this house cleaning to forget about its economic reforms initiative.

Britain, India And The Koh-i-Noor

Don’t expect the jewel to be prised out of the crown.

Modi’s Small Steps May Add Up

The country has jumped 16 places in the World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Competitiveness Report 2015-16.

A Slovenian in India

I marvel at the Indian genius for thinking, for inventing, and am puzzled why this country is still so poor.

The Problem With Dr Google

Although there is nothing wrong in checking your symptoms or trying to find more about your illness on the internet, they say that one should know where to stop.

Perchance to Dream

In literature, dreams as inspirations, settings or plot devices are wide-ranging, right down to J.K. Rowling and Stephanie Meyer.

Storytelling in Kashmir

It was so participative that in between his narrative, the storyteller would ask someone in the audience to repeat the last line of the tale.

Despite Stalled Reforms in 2016 India Remains Oasis of Opportunity

Amidst a scenario of global slowdown, the Indian economy today looks like an oasis of opportunity.

Assisted E-Commerce

With the big boys virtually exhausting the online shoppers, the focus is now on the new space to reach the people who are either not on internet or don’t shop online.

How Emerging Multinationals Are Embracing Social Responsibility

Mounting and sustaining social initiatives takes time, talent and resources.

What Urban Design Reveals about Economic Development

The geographical shape of an urban area is key to understanding its economic development.

Breaking Hollywood's Glass Ceiling

Despite the fact that India is not only the world’s oldest, but also the largest film making industry in the world, Indians are riveted by overseas roles offered to their homebred heroes.

Priyanka's Quantum Leap

Quantico didn’t come easy and nor has the journey been a cake-walk for this resilient, ambitious, can-do, will-do gorgeous small-town kudi for whom every finishing line is only a new starting point for the next quantum leap.

The Queen of Hearts

Female-centric movies or movies with female protagonists defying the established social norms have been extremely few and far between.

The Flip Flops on Flops

Praise and hype are normal during the signing up, shooting and promos. Once the fate is sealed … and it’s a Black Friday, a dramatic flip-flop takes place!

Indian Undocumented Alien population Doubles

The latest report estimates the current undocumented Indian population at 280,000, the seventh largest such group in the country.

Leave the Gita As It Is

The attempt to classify the Gita as extremist and ban its distribution in Siberia had triggered an uproar among Hindus worldwide.

Indians in Paris

The number of Indian tourists visiting Paris has breached 300,000, up almost 200 percent in the last decade.

Angry Brides Thrash Dowry-Seekers Online

While women in India have come a long way, there still exist some age old taboos which hinder their status in society. Angry Brides is a fun game which reminds us that together we can stand-up against this inhuman practice.


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