Campaign to End Muslim Divorce Rrite Sparks Debate in India About Role of Women
India allows communities to follow family laws that are governed by their religion.
Snake Hunters From India Are The Latest Weapons in Florida’s War on Pythons
Faced with losing a frustrating battle against invasive Burmese pythons, the state of Florida has turned to an unusual source for help: two experienced snake catchers from India.
High Crimes And Misdemeanors
The Department of Homeland Security has established a new office, called Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement (VOICE), tasked...
Apparitions of Doon
The ghosts of a literary Indian hill-station that haunt the writers of the present
Tough Immigration Laws Are Hitting Britain’s Curry Houses
It’s now feared that up to a third of all Indian restaurants could disappear because of tougher immigration laws.
Blockchain: Hope or Hype
The blockchain technology came about initially as a way to verify bitcoin transactions online and to enable two parties to transact business without having to know or trust each other.
When India Killed The 1,000 Rupee Note, This Startup Hustled
Rivals are waking up to the Paytm threat.
The Sari State of Mind
From learning how to drape a sari by Bollywood experts to using specialized gadgets to get the pleats right, the art of sari draping in the United States seems to be on its version 2.0.
Like Water For Kerala
The backwaters, famous in tourism literature, really aren’t that “back” or secluded at all.
Can Web Series Unseat The TV
The introduction of web-series across the United States, Europe and now also in India as an alternate to what TV or cinema provides has growing appeal for the new generation.