Rupa’s Boutique: Strength After the Scars
“Their stories shook us,” says Hungarian filmmaker Glória Halász about Indian acid attack survivors featured in her award-winning documentary.
Team Spirit in Twilight Years
Organizations across India are filling the lives of the parents of NRIs with energy, hope and vitality.
Maria Sharapova Under Probe in Fraudulent Luxury Housing Case
Maria Sharapova faces investigation for endorsing a luxury apartment project in Gurgaon that never took off.
Smog in Delhi Alarms Diplomatic Community
Envoys posted in Delhi urge the Indian government to address the issue of air pollution.
Harvard’s Admission Policies Under U.S. Justice Department’s Scanner
The investigation comes following a civil suit stating that the university discriminates against Asian Americans.
I’m Not Going to Hide My Indian Heritage Any More: Vidya Vox
U.S.-based singer Vidya Vox says she is now "100 per cent" proud of her Indian roots.
Ban Elephant Rides in India, Urges Academy Award-Winning Actress
Anjelica Huston has urged Indian tourism ministry to consider the plight of pachyderms and ban elephant rides.
40% Children Worry About Treatment of Migrant Minors: Unicef
Indian children have the most confidence in their leaders, a Unicef survey of 14 countries showed.
India’s Healthcare Problem is Immense, Shows Govt Study
Disease burden rate in India is 72 per cent higher per person than that in Sri Lanka or China, the state-wise study showed.
88 Injured Yemeni Nationals Arrive in India for Medical Treatment
The patients from Yemen come to India under a program sponsored by the UAE-based Emirates Red Crescent organization.