India, Canada to Jointly Release Stamps on Diwali Theme
Both the stamps, one each designed by India and Canada, will be released on September 21.
Sindoor Sold in US, India Could Have High Lead Levels, Shows Study
Sindoor powder sold in the United States and India could contain high levels of lead, a study conducted in the US shows.
4 Gurus With Global Following Who Were at the Centre of Controversies
As Gurmeet Ram Rahim gets sentenced in a rape case, here is a look at other spiritual leaders who were caught in public storm.
Durban Temples Increase Security After Robbery Incidents
Temples in Durban have put more security measures in place after devotees were robbed at Luxmi Narayan Temple and Maha Shiv Mandir.
Gurmeet Ram Rahim Verdict: Countries Issue Safety Advisories to Citizens
US, UK, Canada and Australia have warned their citizens to remain on alert fearing violence by Dera Sacha Sauda followers.
Ganesh Chaturthi: Made-in-India Idols in High Demand Abroad
Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations in India and overseas bring in big business for the artisans involved.
NRIs React to Supreme Court’s Verdict on Triple Talaq
Supreme Court's ruling against triple talaq is being hailed by many Indian Muslims across the world. Little India spoke to a few of them.
6 Controversies Around Lord Ganesha From Across the World
From beer bottles to dog beds, Ganesha’s image has been featured in the most unlikely places, often angering Hindus.
Singapore’s Oldest Hindu Temple Under Probe
Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple is being investigated by the Commissioner of Charities over governance and administration issues.
Mosques Speak Out Against Child Brides Sold to Arab Men
Mosques in Hyderabad are including messages against child marriages in their sermons.