India Institute Comes Up at University of Birmingham
University of Birmingham India Institute (UBII) aims to encourage greater awareness about India in the Midlands and the United Kingdom.
Chickens Raised in India Heavily Dosed with Strongest Antibiotics: Report
India exported 44.80 crore kg poultry products worldwide in 2016-17.
Malaysia Aims to Increase Indian Tourist Arrivals to 1 Million Per Year by 2020
Malaysia hopes tourist arrivals from India will pick up this year by 20 to 30 per cent, Tourism Malaysia chairman Dr Siew Ka Wei said.
A Film Has Inflamed Indians. But Moviegoers Mostly Say It’s Fine.
Scholars have found historical references to the Muslim ruler and the Hindu king,but no mention of Padmavati or a queen so beautiful that her looks started a war.
Indian Table Tennis Player Takes Top Spot in U-18 World Rankings; Indian American Olympian Ranks 3rd
Manav Thakkar becomes first Indian to be No.1 in the Under-18 world table tennis rankings while Indian-origin player Kanak Jha comes at No. 3.
Breaking Boundaries Through Art
On his first visit to India to showcase his Museum of the Moon installation, UK-based artist Luke Jerram feels that the country is powerful enough to inspire any creator.
Mattel Introduces Barbie Modeled After Mindy Kaling
The Barbie dolls are based on characters of Mindy Kaling, Reese Witherspoon and Oprah Winfrey in the upcoming movie, A Wrinkle in Time.
Fewer Indian Graduate Students Heading to U.S.
The number of applications and enrollments by international students at American colleges and universities showed a decline in 2016-2017, a recent report shows.
Questions Raised After Malaysian National Gets Aadhaar Number
Anyone living in India for 182 days or more in the 12 months before applying for Aadhaar can get the unique identification number.
UK Govt to Fund Sikh War Memorial in London
UK government backs plan to build a memorial in London to honor Sikh soldiers who fought in the two world wars.