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The voyage to India went smoothly and the Tuscany reached Calcutta on Sept. 13, 1833. Logistically the venture was a success — of the 180 tons of ice loaded, 100 survived. But plain logistics weren’t all this affair involved. In India’s sweltering heat, ice set off frenzied emotional, economic and social reactions.
Condoms lubricate the wheels of the Varanasi sari industry.
Over the past one year, Shruti has been updating her brother’s profile - even accepting friend requests on his behalf — as if he were still alive.
Bai returned home only after her husband constructed a toilet with a grant.
Industry-wise, the biggest salary increase this year, of 13.3%, is expected to come in the pharmaceuticals industry
GetHired.com combines the visibility of a job board with the functionality of an applicant tracking system.
South Asia is among the least integrated region in the world, according to Economist magazine. Neighbors account for just 0.5% of India’s imports
New Zealand, Finland, Denmark, Norway and Canada rated as the safest global risk countries.
Pakistan International Airlines reportedly flew two passengers in the toilet after running out of room on a Lahore to Karachi flight. The country’s Geo
India recently lifted a three-year ban on export of non-Basmati rice. Indian rice is almost $100 per ton cheaper than Thai rice on the global market.
NASSCOM estimates that Indian IT firms employ over 100,000 people in the US, up from 20,000 six years ago.
The federal health department reportedly launched the investigation into the advertisement, displayed throughout the India-Australia cricket series.
Photo Contest Every month, we publish a selection of submitted photos in Little India and the photo judged best by the editors
A new manufacturing policy seeks to turbocharge Indian manufacturing.
The idiot screen overwhelms the idiot box, once the spot for cute, sweet, homely, intimate fare.
A hotel employee in Britain is insuring her bottom for $6 million after landing a job to test the softness of hotel beds.
An Australian university is teaching foreign students how to use the toilet correctly after janitors complained that they were leaving them soiled.
Nearly 50 Finnair crew dressed in salwar kameez and traditional Indian attire gyrated and frolicked through the aisles to the delight of surprised passengers.