After #MeToo, a Facebook list names South Asian academics
A list of academics accused of assault has caused a frenzy among India's intellectuals.
If You Missed Diwali in India, Try Dallas
Bollywood singers are flown in from India, a cast of 150 volunteers stages a production of the “Ramlila” and three giant burning effigies of the 10-headed Hindu villain Ravana and his family crackle into the night.
India Outlawed Commercial Surrogacy – Clinics Are Finding Loopholes
Destinations such as India became popular precisely because they offered surrogacy at bargain basement prices by paying surrogate mothers less.
Mystery Attacks Chopping Women’s Hair Raise Panic in Kashmir
Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, tweeted recently that the braid-chopping was an attempt “to create mass hysteria and undermine the dignity of the women in the state.''
In Kerala, a Break from Urban India
Younger Indians, flush with disposable income and a newfound appreciation of organic food, holistic living and the cultural riches within their own borders, have discovered Kerala.
Punjab CM Wants 10 Indian Canadians Extradited for Drug Offenses
Captain Amarinder Singh has urged the central government to take up with Canada the issue of extradition of the declared offenders.
YouTube Star’s South Asian Wonder Woman Look Creates Online Sensation
Texas-based beauty vlogger Deepica Mutyala has launched the #BeYourOwnHero campaign for Halloween.
Uttar Pradesh CM To Meet NRIs in Mauritius This Week
Yogi Adityanath’s Mauritius visit comes after his meeting with top U.S. firms to seek investments in the state.
We Have Common Interests, Says Italian PM During First India Visit
Paolo Gentiloni is the first Italian Prime Minister to visit India in a decade.
Bangalore: When Cities Were Nature’s Haven
When Bangalore shattered its local loop of dependence by importing water from outside, people forgot the importance of their local sources of water.