Australian Bahu Advert Plays on India’s Obsession With White Skin
The Australian oil advert has gone viral in India, with Indians chuckling on the trails of Lucy Kaur.
US Envoy Uses #Sareesearch to Pick Her First Sari for Aug.15
American diplomat MaryKay Carlson takes to Twitter and asks people to help her choose the sari she would wear on Independence Day in New Delhi.
Indian Athlete Indicted for Sexual Abuse of Minor in US
A court in New Jersey has charged Tanveer Hussain, an athlete from Kashmir for endangering the welfare of a minor girl.
Indian Football League to Have More Foreign Players
With the new rules in place, it remains to be seen how the domestic football scenario in India would play out.
Drug-trade, Cheating Most Common Crimes by Foreigners in Goa
Most crimes have been committed by foreigners from Nigeria, Russia, Nepal and the UK.
Jet Airways to Phase Out Expat Pilots in India
The airline has 160 expats in its current strength of 2000 pilots.
Indian Royal Who Was the Bapu of Polish Children
On the 73rd anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising, check out how an Indian ruler turned saviour for hundreds of orphaned Polish children.
Uddanam Kidney Disease Draws Harvard Scientists to Andhra
Uddanam in Andhra Pradesh has been witnessing high prevalence of renal failure for almost two decades now, and the cause still eludes medical researchers.
British Couple Who Got Married During Partition Celebrate Love
Army veteran Clarence and Lyn, once a telephonist in Women’s Auxiliary Corps, chart their marriage from India to England.
Subscribing India: One Box at a Time
India-inspired subscription boxes are entering the overflowing subscription model industry.