In the era of the Raj, India was the jewel in Britain's imperial crown, but in 1947 everything changed. [...]
How sweets across the country emerged as players in the freedom movement and carried the imprint of Partition [...]
Indian films shot abroad have come a full circle. [...]
India’s diaspora population is the largest in the world with 16 million people from India living outside their country in 2015.
Record foreign direct investment (FDI) flows into India now have a distinctly regional flavor.
Applying Edward Said’s thesis of Orientalism to British colonial scholarship on India is what The Ruler’s Gaze is about. [...]
Dozens of convicts serving time in US prisons for terrorism-related offenses are due to be released in the next several years. [...]
The event comes in the backdrop of the Indian government clearing a proposal to amend the country's electoral law to allow overseas Indians to vote in elections through their proxies. [...]
For more than a month, Indian and Chinese troops have been locked in a standoff on a remote but strategically important Himalayan plateau near where Tibet, India and Bhutan meet [...]
With their relationship with America going cold, India’s information technology (IT) giants are warming up to Europe. [...]
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