Back To Pennsylvania Ave

Kal Penn is returning to the White House Office of Public Engagement to work as an associate director after filming the latest “Harold and Kumar”

$462 Billion Heist

These “illicit financial flows,” says GFI, “were generally the product of corruption, bribery and kickbacks, criminal activities and efforts to shelter wealth from a country’s tax authorities.”

Harry Potter Endangers India’s Owls

Harry Potter craze has resulted in a national infatuation with owls.

Zapping Coconuts

They stripped all trees around a museum he visited of coconuts to protect him from accidental bonking.

Shopping For Cotton In Jaipur

Wall Street Journal reports that Conan was paid $1 million for the commercial.

I Spy Little India: December 2010

I Spy Little India: December 2010

I Spy Little India: November 2010

I Spy Little India: November 2010

Go Figure November 2010

Go Figure November 2010

Lead U.S. Scientist

Suresh earlier served as dean of the MIT engineering school.

Centenarian PhD

A 100-year-old Indian freedom fighter is vying to become the oldest Ph.D. student in the country. Bholaram Das has enrolled for a PhD in Gauhati

Research Sabotage

An Indian post graduate student at the University of Michigan’s Comprehensive Cancer Center has been convicted of sabotaging the experiments of a colleague out of

Gandhi Font

An Indian ad agency has developed a Gandhiji font in the Devanagari script, based on Mahatma Gandhi’s spectacles with the aim of “allowing us to

Premier League Cancels Two Franchises

The Board of Control for Cricket in India has yanked the Indian Premier League licenses of the Rajasthan Royals and Kings XI Punjab for breaching

Don’t Monkey With Us

A contingent of langurs was deployed at the Commonwealth Games venues to chase away monkeys.   Ten langurs were posted outside the boxing and hockey stadiums

No Show for Salahi Photos

People simply aren’t crashing the gates for signed photos of the Salahis who gained notoriety for crashing a White House state dinner for Indian Prime

Yoga, Unchristian?

A Southern Baptist leader is calling on Christians to spurn yoga and its meditative attachments. Southern Baptist Seminary President Albert Mohler argues in an online essay

Who’s Laughing Now

Paul Henry resigned as anchor from Television New Zealand

Mistry’s Short Journey

Mumbai University drops Rohinton Mistry's novel Such a Long Journey.

Silencing Tabla

The restaurant’s executive chef Floyd Cardoz, who became famous for his Indian fusion cooking, will remain with Meyer’s company to work on other projects.

Offshoring Companies Take Political Hit

Democrats are denouncing the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s political advertising campaign this election season for being funded by foreigners. A progressive policy group ThinkProgress has

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