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32% Indian professionals land job via social networks: LinkedIn
Thirty-two per cent of professionals in India land a new job through social networks that help candidates access information about companies, their culture and opportunities at their fingertips,...
Hyderabad Again Ranks Top In Quality of Living
Hyderabad has emerged as the city with the best quality of living in India for the third year in a row, according to Mercer's Quality of Living rankings 2017. For the second year in a row, New Delhi...
Government aims to bring high-speed digital connectivity to every village by 2018
India aims to bring high-speed digital connectivity to every village by 2018 and is keen to share expertise in the area with other nations, the government said. “ India’s Department of Telecom, under...
India's bad luck at Miss Universe continues, French beauty crowned
India's Roshmitha Harimurthy failed to make it to the top 13 contestants at the Miss Universe 2016 contest, continuing the nation's dry run at the pageant. France's Iris Mittenaere was crowned at the...
Watch 68th Republic Day Celebrations Online
India is celebrating 68th Republic Day today. The Republic Day Parade starts from Vijay Chowk and moves on to the Red Fort grounds via Rajpath, India Gate, Tilak Marg, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg and...
Major Highlights Of The 68th Republic Day You Should Not Miss
This year, we are celebrating our 68th Indian Republic Day in New Delhi on 26th January. It is one of the most watched and respected spectacles for Indians worldwide. Different states of India...
India Overtakes United Kingdom as the world's sixth largest economy by GDP
India's economy has reportedly overtaken the United Kingdom's for the first time in over 100 years, now standing as the world's sixth largest economy by GDP. India's economy stands behind the United...
India to overtake US as world’s largest e-commerce market: Study
The Indian e-commerce market is set to overtake the US and become the second largest in the world in less than two decades, going head-to-head with China for the numero uno position, according to a...
Fight Hunger Foundation Presents 'Hope In the Future' by Sonu Nigam to end hunger in India
Fight Hunger Foundation’s brand ambassador, legendary musician Sonu Nigam, has recorded a song especially for Fight Hunger Foundation about the fight to end hunger in India. In Sonu’s words,“ I can...
Air Pollution: India's performance is disappointing, says Greenpeace
Air pollution in India and China owing to continued use of fossil fuels, particularly coal, has caused an additional 1.6 million more deaths than the projected figure based on Gross Domestic Product...
Cisco committed to help build 100 Smart Cities in India: Chuck Robbins
Not just Nagpur in Maharashtra, Cisco is working closely with state governments and its partners to digitally transform 14 cities and plans to connect 100 cities as part of Prime Minister Narendra...
India tops the list with Highest Number Of People Helping A Stranger: World Giving Index
According to U.K.-based Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) World Giving Index, India ranks number one in terms of the number of people who have helped a stranger. Myanmar tops the list of most generous...
India Will Lead World In Almost Every Category By 2030: Richard Verma
Expressing confidence that by 2030 India would lead the world in "almost every category", US Ambassador to India Richard R Verma said people are excited about the Indo-US partnership which is poised...
Shocking levels of pollution in India and China: Astronaut Kelly
Astronaut Scott Kelly, who has the distinction of having spent a year in the space, has said that the level of pollution in China and India is shocking. “ Seeing places like China and India, and the...
Around 11 Lakh Trees Illegally felled in India from 2013 to 2016
It has been just two weeks since India gave formal consent to combat climate change it is reported that at least 11 lakh trees have been felled illegally in three years across 15 states and two Union...
Despite improvements, India hunger levels rated 'Serious' in 2016
Despite improvements in hunger and nutrition over the years, India has a “serious” hunger problem with the ranking of 97 among 118 developing countries in 2016, shows Global Hunger Index that was...
Most Beautiful Indian Princesses
India has been a land of kings and queens, their stories have always managed to capture our imagination. From Meera Bai to Noor Inayat Khan all these tales of princesses have managed to mesmerize us...
Even in 2016 Gandhigiri Is Still Relevant!
If Gandhi ji was alive today, the state of affairs in India would have left him disappointed. Tensions have escalated to an all new high with our step-sister Pakistan. Not just on the international...
The Consequences Of An Indo-Pak War
The surgical strikes carried out by India came as a surprise and everyone was pleased about it while many continued to wonder what a surgical strike exactly is! A surgical strike actually means that...
SAARC Summit Cancelled, What Next?
On Wednesday evening, Nepalese media reported that the next meeting of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) to be held in Islamabad in November has been postponed as India...
In My Opinion: Pakistan Would Never Dare to Nuke India
In the aftermath of the Uri terror attack, diplomatic relations between India and Pakistan have escalated to open hostility. Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif told the annual UNGA that Pakistan...
India-France War Plane Deal Is A Strong Military Step, Here's Why!
India has a new defence deal with France and it is something that would attract both criticism and appreciation. Monohar Parrikar and his French counterpart Jean Yves LeDrian finally signed a...
Reviving India-Nepal ties
Nepalese Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal or Prachanda is on a three-day visit to India. His visit is expected to mark the return to normalcy in Kathmandu-New Delhi relations after the tensions of...
John Kerry in India
John Kerry, the US Secretary of State is on a 3-day visit to India to discuss strategic issues and tensions between India and Pakistan. But to start with, Kerry was welcomed in India by incessant...
In My Opinion: Festivals Are No More About Festivities
Gone are those days when festivals meant happiness, family gatherings, delicious food and lots of fun. Now, we follow rituals just for the sake of it. Fair enough. In this fast moving world, who has...
India on 10 Wealthiest Country List, Takes 7th Spot
India has figured among the top 10 wealthiest countries in the world with a total individual wealth of $5,600 billion while the United States topped the chart. According to a report by New World...
No More Wombs On Rent In India
First Farah Khan, then Sharukh Khan and recently Tushar Kapoor were among the various famous stars who set a trend to let the world know about IVF surrogacy or InVitro Fertilization. Well, this...
When Rajma Chawal divided North and South India, well almost!
What are 140 characters capable of? Well, if you were to ask the Indian netizens, the reply would be "war". North Indians love their Rajma Chawal and when someone said this, they were NOT impressed!...
Afghanistan In Need Of India’s Support: US
Gone are the days when the United States used to discourage India from getting into the security sector. Now, the commander of the US forced in Afghanistan, Gen John Nicholson says they are looking...
India Aims at Pakistan's Achilles Heel: Balochistan!
In the years to come, August 13, 2016 will be considered as a red letter day for India . The day, when India finally changed its policy towards Pakistan . For years, India followed the 'Panchsheel...
Here’s How The Modi Government Is Isolating Pakistan From Its Peers
India-Pakistan has had a troublesome relation ever since it was created. And the complexities run deep in many levels. While the Indian government is trying to build a healthy relation with Islamabad...
Remembering India's Forgotten Freedom Fighters
India 's Independence struggle is a story of 90 year struggle that began in 1857. But come Independence Day or Republic Day we only celebrate the big names associated with this struggle and ignore...
To Achieve Goals SAARC Needs to Think Beyond India and Pakistan
Whenever India and Pakistan are called at same breath, it becomes news, rather breaking news—be it sports, be it development, be it foreign policy, be it inter-border fights. And the same thing...
Abhinav Bindra
This year, the contingent was big and hopes were high. Yes I am talking about the Indian athletes at the Rio Olympics. Day 3 is over and India has still not managed to bag a medal. Abhinav Bindra He...
Where are the jobs in India?
Every evening they came together to play football, caroms or simply have a nice chat. The neighborhood used to be full of joy. This pattern went on all through school and college. Many of them...
Arnab Goswami’s Journalism
Some call him the bold archer, some call him the butcher of lobbyists and some call him the hero of the common people. The real question here is, who is Arnab Goswami? We can even consider him as the...
‘Made in China’ Products Continues to Rule Indian Markets
The dolls we played with or the toy cars we raced with and practically everything was always Made in China ! Well this was seen as a good sign back in the 90's but not such a good idea today after 60...
China intrudes into India?
Uttarakhand Chief Minister has confirmed that Chinese troops were active in Bara Hoti area of Uttarakhand, bordering China . NDTV reported that Chinese troops intruded into the area last week and...
Nepali Prime Minister Oli’s Resignation
Nepal’s Prime Minister, K. P. Sharma Oli , resigned on Sunday, bringing an abrupt end to a nine-month-old government that struggled with the task of post-earthquake reconstruction and at times took a...
India, Pakistan & our Clenched Fists
Reconciliation is indeed difficult and Pakistan has failed miserably to reconcile themselves to the harsh reality that Kashmir is not a part of Pakistan. The turmoil in the valley however gives the...
Dalit Atrocities
A ten-year-old promised to guide me and my friends through a sleepy town in Karnataka. We were wandering through the place and soon reached the road that lead to a local temple and the little boy...
India aim is to double coal production by 2020
Frequent power cuts were something we grew up with but the scenario has changed a lot in the recent past. Fewer power cuts are experienced even during the summer season. All this seems really nice...
No More Shark Fin Soup
I was at this wonderful restaurant last night and was ready to order the shark fin soup. Well yes, that was the soup of the day! But I was suddenly reminded of a video I saw years ago. The video...
Pakistan; a country that extols the virtues of terrorists
Just days after Pakistan tried to garner support from the international community over the 'extra-judicial killing of Burhan Wani', a befitting response was given by India . Leading the Indian attack...
South China Sea Dispute: Why India Needs to be Concerned
Having successfully lulled much of ASEAN (and much of India, for that matter) into complacency with its seductive siren song of a peaceful rise, China — responding to the submissions to the UN by...

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