A primary school with predominantly Indian and Asian children has been rated as Britain’s best performing primary school.
Harvard University’s Faculty of Arts & Science has voted to drop courses taught by controversial Indian politician Subramanian Swamy because of his controversial column in an Indian newspaper attacking Muslims.
A global survey ranks Bangalore as the best city to live in India.
A Russian court has dismissed a petition to ban the Bhagvad Gita as extremist.
A Lancaster University student shot dead may have been murdered for failing to give the gunman the correct time.
The 65-year-old yoga guru has filed a federal lawsuit to block Yoga to the People.
The size of a man’s ring finger is a measure of his libido.
A skilled Indian national would need to wait 70 years to receive a green card, according to a US policy research group.
Mumbai ranked second, Patna third, Chandigarh fourth and Delhi fifth in the happiness rankings.
The cleaning woman mistook it for a stain and scrubbed it clean. “It is now impossible to return it to its original state,” according to a museum spokesperson.
A 20-year-old British robber was relieved from community service because he was too sleepy to work.
British communities secretary Eric Pickles, is proposing establishing a curry college to train British chefs in the art of chicken tikka masala.
A Mumbai company is hawking a $400,000 rudrakshas, or prayer bead, necklace made from seeds of the rudrashka (Elaeocarpus ganitrus) tree.
Each passenger had to fork out $205. Passengers who didn’t have the money in cash, were asked to secure money from ATM machines.
An estimated 100,000 marriages are set to be held during November, which astrolgers consider an auspicious period, based on the position of Mars.
The photographs belong to the estate of Lord Dalhousie, the seventh governor-general of India.
Katju said: “Unfortunatelymost people in India are of a very low intellectual level, steeped in casteism, communalism, superstitions and all kinds of feudal and backward ideas.”
Hedge Fund billionaire Raj Rajaratnam may have received the longest sentence for masterminding the biggest insider trading scandal in U.S. history, but his $45 million in charitable giving helped shave several years off his prison term.
It is popular in the Himalayan regions and China for its aphrodisiac properties and known as the Viagra of the Himalayas.
Three Indian researchers in Scotland have designed a laser test to distinguish genuine Scotch whisky from counterfeits.
The court said Krishna’s affinity for milk products particularly weakens a trademark infringement claim in relation to dairy products
Social activists says villagers who prefer boys gave derogatory names to the girls at birth to express their disappointment.
According to a study by marriage portal Jeevansathi.com, over 60 percent of profiles posted on its site have identified the people under the manglik and non-manglik astrological categories.
The cook-in was capped by a modest feast of piping hot organic chapatis (bread) and baingan ka bharta for all those present.
Dalwara Singh mixed the drugs into the meals of his wife of 17 years, but was caught by his teenage daughter, who tipped off her mother, who called police.
The Tata Group has unveiled a Rs 22 crore Nano car made with gold and silver, and studded with precious stones.
New Delhi and Bangalore are the worst cities for parking, according to the IBM Parking Index, which ranks the emotional and economic toll of parking in 20 international cities.
So, would he go back to his profession? “Of course, that is my bread and butter
A UK based IT professional has driven a three-wheeled Indian auto rickshaw “Flying Rani” 10,000 kms from London to New Delhi
A prank by Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan has unleashed a nightmare for 10 mobile phone numbers in Punjab.
Whitehouse gatecrasher Michaele Salahi has dumped her husband Tareq Salahi and run off with Journey guitarist Neal Schon.
A Bangladeshi housemaid fed-up with sexual harassment is accused of chopping off her 77-year-old Emirati sponsor’s penis
The first printed depiction of the Taj Mahal is expected to be auctioned for nearly $50,000
An Indian millionaire dentist was fined $3,300 for using a disabled badge to avoid $22 in daily parking charges for his Ferari.
India’s !DEA cell-phone carrier is marketing 3G service as a form of population control.
A tribal leader in the Nicobar Island agreed to sell his land to the Indian government in exchange for Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru’s jacket.
If you getting heck for not bringing home flowers, blame it on the genes. India, with 16% of the world’s population, hogs just 1 percent
The Bellaragazza designer brand has announced plans to launch its “Gandhi Topi” collection made of khadi and cotton next month.
Marathi actress Yoggitta Dandekar used body paint to pledge her support to Anna Hazare’s cause.
An Indian family will only cook curry when their Chinese neighbor who was annoyed by its smell isn’t home under a mediation settlement in Singapore.