Indian parent charges a Cincinnati public school with religious discrimination.
A bag of curry triggered fire alarms in the cargo hold of a Frankfurt-bound Air India Boeing 747 with 235 passengers on board, prompting the pilots to activate fire extinguishers and return the plane Mumbai after being airborne for an hour.
Development of bullet-proof turbans to enable Sikhs to serve in armed units.
The government caves in to demands giving Gurkha veterans automatic rights to British residency.
No toilet. No bride
The global recession has taken the sparkle off India’s diamond polishing industry, which cuts and polishes 70% of the world’s diamonds. As a part of
At age 5 shehas become the world’s youngest karate black belt
Over a quarter of newly elected parliamentarians in India’s national elections have criminal cases pending against them.
Mumbai municipal authorities have razed the shantytown homes of Slumdog Millionaire child stars
The shoe became a novel form of political protest during this year’s election cycle
A rare 90 cent Abraham Lincoln stamp used to ship a letter from Boston to an Ice House in Calcutta in 1873 is expected to
The Soleckshaw aims to reduce the physical burdens of India’s 8 million rickshaw drivers.
De Sousa, 53, insists she is not a CIA agent and was not involved in the kidnapping
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had an unusual request for Pres. Barack Obama
West Indies cricketer Brian Lara gives Pres. Barack Obama cricket lessons on the sidelines of the Fifth Summit of the Americas.
Tamuly felt terrible at missing her earlier record in which she consumed 60 chilis.
A 20-overs match at 17,000 feet
To compete for jobs with kids from India and China
Throwing a shoe, which last year elevated an unknown Iraqi journalist to international journalist stardom, has become the protest of choice in this year’s parliamentary
A British company has introduced a line of sausages branded in henna patterns created with edible ink.
It would behoove you and your citizens to adopt a name that we could deal with more readily here
Increasingly shrill radio host Rush Limbaugh is taking heat for a flippant remark ridiculing “slumdog” Indian outsourcers.
Anil Ambani is the biggest loser in this year’s Forbes list of the World’s Billionaires. Ambani lost $3.9 billion of his fortune as shares of
Director general of the Dubai municipality, says, “We are taking all measures to stop its sale here."
Tharoor denies disrespecting any national symbol
Kundra pled guilty to shoplifting four shirts valued at $134 from a JC Penney store in Maryland County, Md., in 1996.
Sale or use of Basmati rice as a side dish or ingredient shall not be deemed a violation of the prohibition of the sale of rice
A 150 year old carpet sold for almost $5.5m at a Sotheby’s auction in Doha.
Being bundled into a box and incinerated in a furnace is not my idea of dignity, much less the performance of an ancient sacrament.
Celebrity doctor Sandeep Kapoor is charged with furnishing prescription pills to Anna Nicole Smith.
My baby is not called Ickitt, Pickit or Lickit.
Cow urine a refreshing alternative to Coke or Pepsi.
Millions of pseudoephedrine pill seized at Port Newark from a shipment that originated in India for Haiti.
Human rights activists claim that nearly 80 percent of all people checked are minorities.
Women in India outraged by attacks by Hindu fundamentalists against couples celebrating Valentine’s Day came up with a novel strategy to shame their tormentors this February.
An auction of Mahatma Gandhi’s trademark wire frame eyeglasses and other personal possessions by a New York auction house has sparked widespread condemnation in India.
A fast track citizenship program open to 1,000 temporary immigrants.
India is the second largest source for counterfeit goods seized in 2008 in the United States. Nearly 81% of the counterfeits originated in China, up
A former valve company executive has pleaded guilty to paying $1 million in bribes to officials in government-owned energy companies in India, China, Brazil and
U.S. counter terrorism officials are looking at the Mumbai attacks as low frills bloody blueprints for terrorists. Donald Van Duyn, FBI’s chief Intelligence officer told