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Indian dance group reaches semi-final of AGT

Mumbai-based dance group V Unbeatable's flips and tricks helped it enter semi-final of "America's Got Talent", a popular reality competition series. "Prepare to FLIP cause...

Chinese hackers steal 68 lakh records from Indian healthcare site

In a startling revelation, US-based cyber security firm FireEye said on Thursday that Chinese hackers broke into a leading Indian healthcare website, stealing 68...

India, Kashmir, Article 370, China, Pakistan and the Lessons Learned

By Lindsay Hughes, Senior Research Analyst, Indo-Pacific Research Program Background India recently passed legislation abrogating Article 370 of its Constitution, which provided Kashmir with a status...

Diaspora and Dissent

As Hong Kong becomes a city fighting for its rights from China, the squabble has spilled on to the streets and universities around Australia. In recent...

Independence Day special: #IndiaBucketlist

To celebrate India's 73rd #IndependenceDay tomorrow, we’ve got a mix of popular and offbeat things for you to do and experience in India. This...

Collection centres open in UAE for flood-hit Kerala

Indian expats from Kerala in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have opened collection centres for donations to support the thousands of displaced families in...

India’s agritech start-ups got $248 mn funds in H1 2019

Agritech start-ups in India received more than $248 million funding in the first half of 2019, a growth of 300 per cent as compared...

World’s largest water pump house begins operation in Telangana

Lakshmipur pump house, a key component of Kaleshwaram Lift Irrigation Project (KLIP) and claimed to be the world's largest pump house, has successfully commenced...

J&K celebrates Eid after revocation of special status

Amid massive security arrangements, Jammu and Kashmir on Monday marked its first Eid after the revocation of its special status, even as the state...

Partition Voices: Untold British Stories | Book review

Until recently, the thousands of Indians who had migrated to Britain in the wake of the Partition of the sub-continent, had lived in silence,...