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The common man in India will have to wait just a little more time to use the "Indian GPS' as the India’s very own navigation system will be formally declared operational after thorough checking...
The next edition of the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas (PBD), the annual gathering of Non-Resident Indians and People of Indian Origin settled abroad, will be held in Bengaluru from January 7 to 9...
Special water trains have been dispatched to Latur, but it is not enough. It was in this scenario that prominent people and associations of Latur got together and decided to do their bit, writes ANIKET BHAVTHANKAR..
A small number of Kenyan Indians are making a difference to stop poaching and protecting precious biodiversity in the East African nation, writes KUL BHUSHAN..
Maharashtra, India’s most industrialised state, is reeling under severe drought - which has affected about 50% of the country - and farmers’ suicides, with the agrarian crisis forcing the privileged classes, including from the film and entertainment world, to lend a helping..
Vikram Vij, Canada’s best known chef who runs Vij’s restaurant in Vancouver, has brought Indian food at the same appreciation level as French Italian or California cuisine through what he calls “perseverance and hard work”, writes AJIT JAIN..