An estimated 30 million overseas Indians are spread all over the world, the second largest diaspora, according to the UNDP, after overseas Chinese, who are estimated to number more than 40 million.
Victor Smetacek set out on a journey to Germany, which would bring him closer to his roots in India with the passage of time.
What’s with this place that causes celeb couples to embrace fatal attraction? Is it really a royal jinx for the glitterati, hypnotized by the color and romance of this amazing state, only to be doomed in their relationship?
When you have nothing to show — no product, no customers, nothing — you have to do something.You have to sell your dream.
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.
Statistics Norway data show that an incredible 3 percent of children under 18 in the country were in the protective custody of its child welfare agency Barnvernet in 2010.
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.
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.
With the growing popularity of cell phones, the word recharge is entering the Hinglish lexicon, as in recharge your brain, for example. Likewise, Hi-fi,
A Madhya Pradesh Minister criticized after a videotape showed a young boy tying his shoes has pledged never to wear shoes with laces again.
The French fashion house Hermes has launched 28 limited-edition printed saris for the Indian market starting at $6,500.
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.
scores of people in housing colonies patrolled the streets and chanted slogans to stay awake in Lucknow.
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.
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