Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus has been ousted from the pioneering microfinance lender Grameen Bank, which he founded three decades ago. Yunus, 70, was dismissed from
A Seattle apartment complex has agreed to a $110,000 penalty for discriminating against Indians, African Americans and Hispanics to settle a Justice Department lawsuit. The lawsuit
A Sikh inmate challenges the hair policy in a California prison.
A British teacher is accused of spraying air freshener on Asian children who smelled of curry.
Karim was recruited to wait tables during Queen Victoria’s golden jubilee in 1887.
AOL has laid-off 90% of its Indian employees, reducing its Indian workforce from 1,000 to just 100 at its office in Bengaluru. The company is
9 of the 50 venture funded companies with the greatest promise to succeed in Wall Street Journal’s “The Next Big Thing 2011,” list have Indian
The Indian economy is expected to grow to $6 trillion by 2020.
India accounted for 9 percent of all international arms imports between 2006 and 2010. China accounted for 6 percent.
Second generation Indian Americans turn to India for professional opportunities.
Under one cosmic theory, we reside on a gigantic hologram.
Is the Star-as-Bhand the new trip in B-town? Cheap or cool?
Is the Tata Nano running out of gas?
In new-age Bollywood, there is a hysterical drive to grab the janta’s attention, at any cost. How does it pan out?
Colaba has become one of Mumbai’s trendiest neighborhoods, home to designer boutiques, home decor stores, western-style cafes and hip bars.
Lakshmi Palacenda walks you through the steps of her move from Montana to Mysore.
For centuries, the ruling kings, sultans and emirs in the Middle East have plundered their national resources to finance their extravagant lifestyles.
Former marine Anuradha Bhagwati, executive director of Service Women’s Action Network, an advocacy group for women veterans, is leading the charge behind an explosive class
Black Mahal, a San Francisco based Punjabi funk group headed by Ustad Lal Singh Bhatti, captured Superbowl fans with its Bhangra-infused anthem “Black, White and
Colin Firth, who is widely considered a front runner for this year’s Oscar for best actor for his role in The King’s Speech says he
Artist rendition of a miniature Kailash Mansarovar proposed to be built near Dallas by Siddhayatan Ashram.
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
British Iron Lady Margaret Thatcher consulted with Indian tantric Sri Chandraswamy while she was opposition leader. According to former Indian Former Minister Natwar Singh, who
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has secured a restraining order against a California man accused of stalking him. 31-year-old Pradeep Manukonda of Milpitas, who repeatedly pestered Zuckerberg
A Detroit-area school district is reversing a ban on Sikh students from wearing a small, religious dagger to school. The Plymouth-Canton Community Schools had imposed the
Wipro is building India’s fastest supercomputer for the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). The supercomputer, which will be almost one-and-a-half times more powerful than India’s
India’s food minister wants to curb “extravagant and luxurious functions,” which, he says, are contributing to food inflation. Food and consumer affairs minister, KV Thomas, says
It wasn’t an entirely “happy coincidence” for India’s external affairs minister SM Krishna, who mistakenly began reading aloud the speech of the Portuguese foreign minister
Previous conclaves have featured speakers such as former U.S. Pres. Bill Clinton, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Gen. Colin Powell. Tickets for the two-day event are priced at Rs. 85,000 ($1,850).
Billionaire philanthropists Bill Gates and Warren Buffett are headed to India as part of the “Giving Pledge” initiative to encourage India’s rich to pledge half
The Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation is scrapping Hotmail founder Sabeer Bhatia’s dream project, Nano City. The public-private partnership project for a Silicon
Foreign investors are shifting to more attractive emerging markets, such as Thailand and Brazil.
UBS claims the documents are forged and that he does not have any accounts or assets with them.
We return to the villages in India visited by US. presidents after the camera lights have turned off and the make-up washed away.
Juggling Privacy, Reputation and the Public Interest
Some day theories of the multiverse may yield satisfying secular answers to our most enduring existential questions on life, justice and afterlife.
The most abundant fundamental particles are paradoxically the most elusive.
Will No One Killed Jessica be the catalyst to spearhead a turnaround for this seemingly doomed, rejected and neglected genre?
Every November, in the pond-sized sleepy town of Pushkar, India comes alive with a riot of colors and a frenzied burst of activity, attracting visitors from around the globe to the famous Camel Fair.
Indian outsourcing companies navigate political minefields in pursuit of growth.