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India to be key market in Virtual Reality phenomenon

New Delhi: It is only a matter of time when the virtual reality (VR) phenomenon will hit the technology market, and India, with its huge...

Indian ‘masala’, among other condiments spicing up global food palate

New Delhi: The Indian condiment or 'masala' as we call it, is gaining popularity in various world cuisines. The ingredients used in Indian cuisine are...

Digital India: how much digital is urban India?

Pune: A new study carried out in the city indicated that India's Internet use is low and not reflected in the numbers of mobile phone connections...

‘Khadi’ needs marketing, tech push to widen appeal in Indian textile arena

New Delhi: The 'Made in India' fabric Khadi is slowly but steadily generating interest in the West. However, if it is to widen its appeal, there...

Bollywood’s yesteryear villain Ranjeet says he was always a ‘shy person’

Chandigarh: His onscreen maybe that of a ‘rapist’, but yesteryear Bollywood actor Ranjeet, who is best known for being the bad guy of the Hindi film industry,...

Naperville’s Indian Community Outreach program to offer scholarship to Indian students

Chicago, Illinois: The Naperville Indian Community Outreach (ICO) has brought a great opportunity for the students of Indian origin who made their mark in the fields of...

Former Nepalese King Gyanendra disappointed with country’s present situation

Nepal: Former King Gyanendra of Nepal is not satisfied with the present situation in the country. The former king visited the Pashupatinath Temple on Monday evening. On the...

Indian student attacked in Russia is being treated: Sushma Swaraj

New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj informed yesterday of the whereabouts of the Indian medical student who was attacked by unknown assailants in the Russian...

Indian diaspora in Britain significant to the country: Navtej Sarna

London: The Indian diaspora in Britain are significant to the country since they contribute 6 percent to their GDP, despite being a mere 1.8 percent of Briatin's population, said India's...

Nihaal: An Initiative of Selfless Service to Humanity

Canada: The Sikh Student’s Association of UBC, SFU and UFV came up with a unique collaboration, Nihaal, back in 2013. And this year again,...

Guyana celebrates Maha Shivaratri with its President David Granger

GUYANA is a peaceful and complex society, where freedom of beliefs and religion promotes togetherness and teaches respect for each other, in spite of...

Author’s delight: Trying to catch the essence of Hillary Clinton

By Vikas Datta Is she a consummate, capable stateswoman ready for the most powerful job in the world, or a polarising, manipulative politician who should...

Women startups shine this International Women’s Day

By Kavita Bajeli-Datt Today is International Women's Day and start-ups are the flavour of the season. When both combine, we get women who are impressively standing tall...

Women, do the math and own those five days

By Swara Bhaskar I skulked home one afternoon from school in a particularly muggy hot Delhi summer month and spent the day cursing fate that...

Introverts find email errors more annoying

New York: Do you become the "grammar police?" when reading emails? If yes, you could be an introvert, suggests new research that established a link...

No! Youngsters are not leaving Facebook

New York: Young people are still quite hooked to Facebook, the media reported, refuting the popular belief that youngsters are increasingly abandoning the social media...

Even eating pulses can help you shed a bit of weight

Toronto: A source of protein for the poor and rich alike, just one serving of pulses daily can also contribute to modest weight loss, reveals...

Scientists find Mars surface replica in India

Kolkata: Why wait for a million-dollar ticket to Mars when you can have an inter-planetary experience a la Oscar nominated blockbuster "The Martian" right here...

When Bees help Humans and Elephants survive in Kenya

Kenyan elephants are not restricted to wildlife sanctuaries or reserves, hence continuous harm by them to the locals and their lands and farms is...

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