Immoral Morality

In this world, the rule of law — and the morality undergirding it — is defined not by grace or righteousness, but strength. This is the morality of power, not of truth. And it is strutting the world stage now.

It's An Immigrant World

The nearly 14 million Indian migrants dispersed all over the globe in mid-2013 are the highest for any country, according to a United Nations report.

Fragrances of India

As I breathe in, my mind takes a flight down memory lane as my sense of smell dreamily hovers over the many delicious fragrances of my motherland, India.

Immigrants Are Us

A United Nations Report on international migration reported that Indians are the largest migrant group in the world.

Touch of India

When we travel in Europe we search for Indian restaurants. Not just for the food, but for the Taste of India abroad.

Immoral Morality

In this world, the rule of law — and the morality undergirding it — is defined not by grace or righteousness, but strength. This is the morality of power, not of truth. And it is strutting the world stage now.

Modi Ignites Language Wars in Lutyens' Delhi

With the rise and rise of Narendra Modi, India’s first truly post-Independence prime minister, who also happens to be its least “classically educated” one, Lutyens’ Delhi is confronting a brand new reality.

Can The Make In India Promise Work

The campaign, which focuses on the manufacturing sector, is not going to be easy to deliver, despite the enthusiasm that accompanied the launch of the effort’s new logo and website.

NaMoste America

The five-day spectacle saw desi hearts bloat up with pride, injecting a new sense of crossover nationalism among overseas Indians for their, at times imaginary, homeland, India.

Mourning For the Rich and the Poor in America

So powerful is the onslaught of the iconography of mourning that it has become a universal standard for displaying the public affection of those who suffer.

Hyderabad’s ‘Little England’

Notwithstanding their dwindling numbers, the Anglo-Indians have hung on to their traditional rituals, which set them apart from other Christians.

On the Rural Path

Commonly referred to as rural or responsible tourism, it entails participation from the traveller as well as the host community.

Things Are Heating Up

What's new in the internet of things.

Assessing Employability is Disrupting India's Higher Education

More than 20% of Indian youth between the ages of 15 and 24 years are “seeking or available for work,” according to 2011 census data.

Khadi Goes Chic

Khadi, once the dowdy sartorial symbol of India’s independence movement, is now trendy and makes the cash registers ring.

Financial Inclusion in India

The all-India Inclusix score is 40.1 which mean that about 40% of the country has access to formal banking services.

Using Pop Culture to Challenge Gender Inequality

Violence against women and girls is “the single largest human rights pandemic on this planet.”

1000 Cheers for DDLJ

Even after 20 years DDLJ continues to engage, entertain, enthrall and energize zillion of fans worldwide.

Mind the [Wage] Gap

Gender inequality has been the source of debate and discussion for decades in sports, entertainment and the corporate world.

Discordant Notes

Both music directors and composers have really stepped on the gas to enter this once-hallowed space of professional singers and belt out numbers that are — ouch! — frequently indigestible!

Back Again

It is the bonding, trust, understanding and total surrender of the stars to the director’s magic touch that usually results in the success of the film.

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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