Nearly half of America’s top 50 venture-funded companies have immigrant founders, and Indians top the list.
Lessons learned: Americans are hotheads, Australians are drunks — and never say where you’re calling from.
The once backwater village in Haryana is now littered with the campuses and offices of major multinational corporations of every stripe and industry.
India’s Supreme Court will ultimately decide who should control the temple’s wealth, which an archeological expert and the royal family say is probably worth
I have entered India from the sky five times over the past year. Those flights started in airports where norms, rules and authority carry
The Indian preference for boys is skewing the country’s gender ratio, according to the latest census data. The 2011 census found 914 girls for every 1,000
India rates itself as the 5th most powerful nation on earth, according to its National Security Index, developed by the country’s leading security and economic
Freedom House ranked India 14th among 37 countries on Web freedom
The Games, which cost over $6 billion dollars, were expected to bolster India’s image on the world stage.
Mahatma Gandhi topped Time magazine’s list of all-time “Top 25 Political Icons.” He was followed by Alexander the Great, Mao Zedong and Winston Churchill. South
More than 17,000 Indian farmers committed suicide in 2009, according to India’s National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB). The Tata Institute of Social Sciences estimates that
Wall Street Journal reports that Conan was paid $1 million for the commercial.
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
Mohammadpur Umri, a small non-descript village near Allahabad, where India’s twin sacred rivers Ganga and Yamuna meet, is the twin capital of the world.
US, Euro, Japanese and Russian power is expected to decline, while that of India and China grow by 2025.
India ranks 77 in Forbes’ annual list of Best Countries for Business list, ahead of China, which ranks 90.The U.S., which has been battered by
The family is part of the Chana sect, which has 3,000 members.
We need to resist facile parallels between the events in Mumbai and 9/11.
Dharamsala — the de facto capital and home to nearly 20,000 Tibetans in exile — is taking on all the trappings of permanency
Little India revisits the villages hit by the Tsunami in South India.
A love poem to India's gourmet delights.
Long after the sun set on the British Raj, India continues to lure foreigners to its shores, drawn to the land, the people, the history and its colorful culture.
A peek inside an attar pitari.
Our roving reporter on events and places in Indian America.
Ode to the mango, India's regal fruit.
Opportunities and career prospects beckon the NRIs back home.
Growing numbers of Europeans and Americans are moving to India for work and are falling in love with the culture, or the weather, or the food, or someone.
They came, they saw and they were conquered........
Photos By Manish Sinha