Immigration Cut Can Ensure Affordable Housing in Australia: Report
Better planning is required to allow construction of more houses to maintain current migration levels, a report published by Australian think tank Grattan Institute said.
Ticket Window of Taj Mahal to Open 45 Minutes Before Sunrise
The Uttar Pradesh government's decision aims to help tourists procure tickets well before the monument gates are opened.
British Indian Man to Get Award for Brave Act During Barcelona Attack
Harry Athwal, a project manager from Birmingham, ran to save injured people on the day of the Barcelona attack while others were running the other way.
Indian Nationals Invested $22.6 Billion in Dubai’s Real Estate in 5 Years
Indians invested Dh15.6 billion in Dubai's real estate in the year 2017.
Indians Take Less Holidays Due to Work Pressure: Survey
As many 65 per cent of employed adults in India had leftover leave days at the end of last year, according to a British Airways survey.
Facts, Fiction and the Making of a Novel
The right-wing politics in the United States and India is very similar, says Braham Singh, the U.S.-based author of Bombay Swastika.
NBA to Conduct Basketball Camp for Girls in India
The camps will be overseen by 1996 Olympic gold medalist Jennifer Azzi, two-time WNBA champion Ruth Riley and former college coach Blair Hardiek.
Sexy at 60
Refreshingly, after years of photo-shopping cellulite, fashion glossies are discovering fashion in grey hair and wrinkled skin.
Number of Indian Students Rises in Australian Universities
The number of Indian applicants in Australian universities rose by 32 per cent between July and December 2017.
Indians May Soon Have Their Own Dress Size Chart
Ministry of Textiles and National Institute of Fashion Technology will scan and measure 25,000 men and women across six major cities to map a size chart for Indian body structure.