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Will the Delhi Bonhomie Lead to a New Era in Pakistan-India Relations?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been in office for two months now, and he has already taken several actions to change India's social and economic direction. The most surprising move the newly elected Indian leader has made to date, however, was his decision to invite Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to his swearing-in ceremony. Show More Summary

Inside a restaurant where your waiter could be a convicted murderer

By David Lalmalsawma NEW DELHI (Reuters) - As India's capital baked in a heat wave, banker Gaurav Gupta sat down for lunch at a new air-conditioned restaurant, to be greeted by a smiling waiter who took his order for a traditional "thali"...Show More Summary

Booze and Chinese food: Indian politicians explain the causes of rape

6 days agoNews : BlogPost

It's the gaffe that never ends. Ever since the infamous New Delhi gang rape in December of 2012, far too often politicians make a statement about India's surging rape problem that is often interpreted as insensitive or inaccurate. The public reacts, and not favorably. Show More Summary

Indian journalist sparks controversy after having tea with Pakistani terrorist suspect

last weekNews : BlogPost

NEW DELHI -- A freelance journalist goes to Pakistan, meets India's most wanted man, and sends the Indian parliament and social media into a tizzy. Ved Pratap Vaidik, a 70-year-old Hindi language freelance journalist and former editor,...Show More Summary

Xiaomi launches Mi 3 in India; Mi Pad, Redmi 1S and Redmi Note coming soon

At an event in New Delhi, Xiaomi launched the Mi 3, its first offering in the Indian market. The device will be offered exclusively on Flipkart, with availability set to begin later this month.

UberX: Taxi service app launched in India

UberX Taxi service app by Uber Technologies was recently launched in Hyderabad, New Delhi and Bangalore. Uber acts like your private driver Article originally at -

Exhibition of new paintings by Pradeep Puthoor on view at Nature Morte in New Delhi

last weekArts : Artdaily

Nature Morte is presenting a solo show of new paintings by Pradeep Puthoor. In fabulous, mural-size paintings, Pradeep Puthoor seems to suggest a meeting of art, computer science, and biological engineering. Sumptuous colors come together into evocative forms that hover between anatomical elaborations and botanical follies. Show More Summary

Here’s A Hotel Valet In New Delhi Totally Crashing A $500,000 Ferrari

OverinNewDelhi,India,a richpersongavethekeystotheirFerraritoavaletandthoughtnothingofit.Well,heshould’veparkedthedamnthinghimselfbecausethisvalet’sparkingabilitiesrangefrom“sittingidle”to“steppingonthegasanddestroyingcars.”Thevaletwasinjuredintheaccident,accordingtotheTimesofIndia.

UberHealth: Caring for aging parents from afar

Launched in April, the New Delhi, India-based UberHealth offers complete cloud- and mobile-based preventive health care packages for seniors.

Teen Girl Reportedly Raped as "Revenge" for Another Rape in India

A 14-year-old girl was reportedly raped Tuesday night in a remote village in the Indian state Jharkhand as "revenge" for another alleged rape. According to New Delhi TV, the self-appointed headman of the village ordered the attack, which was allegedly carried out by a 25-year-old man. Read more...

Live: Lamborghini Gallardo Valet Actual Crash - A few days ago a story surfaced about a valet at some hotel in New Delhi, who ma... [...]

Railway Budget 2014: Reactions from the common man

India Insight spoke to people at the New Delhi railway station for their thoughts on the railway budget.

Fatwas have no legal standing in India: Supreme Court

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday ruled that fatwas issued by shariat courts or muftis had no legal sanctity, asserting that the defiance of fatwas will have no civil or criminal consequences. The court said it would be illegalShow More Summary

Facebook sought out by Modi

Facebook and India’s government agreed to work on health and education initiatives in the world’s largest democracy. ||| New Delhi - Facebook and India’s government agreed to work on health and education initiatives in the world’s largest democracy and the social-networking company’s second-biggest market. Show More Summary

Indian officials: 50 nurses taken from Iraqi hospital

2 weeks agoNews : The Newsroom

By Sruthi Gottipati NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Nearly 50 Indian nurses from the southern state of Kerala have been taken against their will from a hospital in the militant-controlled city of Tikrit in Iraq, India's Foreign Ministry said on Thursday. Show More Summary

India plans to get ‘lifeline’ back on track

India’s new government will roll out plans next week to overhaul its sprawling rail network, dubbed the “lifeline of the nation”, which analysts say needs hundreds of billions of dollars of investment. ||| New Delhi - India’s new government...Show More Summary

A Four Country Democratic Coalition vs. China?

This article originally appeared in The Sydney Morning Herald NEW DELHI -- Australia and India are deepening military ties and reviving the spirit of a controversial four-way democratic coalition with Japan and the United States, inShow More Summary

#SandbergSays: We're really not sure.

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

"Meh." It's possible that Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg was thinking this when speaking at an event in New Delhi. In an interview with NDTV of India, she apologized to users for toying with their emotions in a 2012 experiment. Sandberg went on to...

India's Modi draws on Twitter, Facebook

India's new Prime Minister Narendra Modi has permitted Twitter unprecedented access to his administration. ||| New Delhi - India's new Prime Minister Narendra Modi has permitted Twitter unprecedented access to his administration in a drive to put social media at the heart of government, the US Internet company said. Show More Summary

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