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THE GLOBE AND MAIL

Rebels kill 7 in India, casting pall over big day of voting

12 hours ago
Four paramilitary soldiers and three polling officials were shot
Times of India

Whose idea of India?

13 hours ago
It's powerful poll fodder — but just who truly supports this thought? Amidst volleying insults in 2014's polls, BJP's PM aspirant Narendra Modi gets the sharpest rises from opponents. Modi's recent 'RSVP model' jibe — NaMo caustically spelling out 'Rahul, Sonia, Vadra, Priyanka' as beneficiaries of Congress rule — had Congressmen waving their hands in protest....
Hindustan Times

iPhone sales up 55 in India crows Apple

10 hours ago
iPhone maker Apple which announced unexpectedly high quarterly profits on Wednesday said iPhone sales in India had risen by 55 for the JanuaryMarch quarter from a year ago
Times of India

NIA files first charge sheet in Patna serial blasts case

8 hours ago
The charge sheet filed against SIMI member Imtiyaz Ansari, who was arrested from Patna railway station while planting a bomb, is ambivalent on the role of arrested India operations chief of IM Tehsin Akhtar in the blasts.
Times of India

Blast from the past for Capt Amarinder Singh 

8 hours ago
In another blast from the past involving Operation Bluestar, All India Sikh Students Federation (AISSF) president Karnail Singh Peermohammad released footage of former chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh honouring late Lt Gen R S Dyal, who was the Western Army Commander during Operation Bluestar and overall in-charge of the Army action, in Mumbai, in 2006,...
Times of India

India for inclusive internet governance

9 hours ago
Countries like China, Russia, Saudi Arabia (may be even Iran) seek to control net access for their citizens as a measure of political control.
Irish Times

In India, no shame in standing for election with criminal conviction

1 day ago
Election watchdog says 15% of those running for election in India face criminal charges
The Nation

India should look into its internal matters first

19 hours ago
ISLAMABAD- Pakistan today termed Indian criticism on its institutions as baseless and said those involved in this propaganda should first look into their internal matters. In her weekly media briefing, Foreign Office spokesperson Tasnim Aslam said negative reporting in connection with Hamid Mir's episode is done in the Indian media, which does not surprise Pakistan. She...
The Nation

Pakistan ‘encouraged’ by Modi’s remarks on India relations

1 day ago
NEW DELHI - Pakistan said Wednesday it was “encouraged” by comments from arch rival India’s election frontrunner Narendra Modi who stressed cooperation with foreign governments if he was elected prime minister. Hindu nationalist hardliner Modi and his opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) party are expected to vault to power at mammoth elections underway in India...
New York Times

Op-Ed Contributor: How Suicide and Politics Mix in India

19 hours ago
An unexpected protest is rumbling from what was once one of the country's most placid voter blocs: its farmers.
Times of India

Ex-US test site sues nuclear powers including India

19 hours ago
The tiny Pacific republic of the Marshall Islands, scene of massive US nuclear tests in the 1950s, sued the United States and eight other nuclear-armed countries on Thursday, accusing them of failing in their obligation to negotiate nuclear disarmament.
Times of India

Twitter co-founder talks of 26/11 in new book

19 hours ago
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone's book talks about what drives the microblogging site's success across the world and in India.
Times of India

Air India seeks to lease 14 Airbus A320 aircraft

17 hours ago
UK-AIRINDIA-Air India seeks to lease 14 Airbus A320 aircraft
Reuters

Nokia says India plant unlikely to be part of Microsoft deal

19 hours ago
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Nokia said that due to an ongoing tax dispute its Indian mobile phone handset plant was unlikely to be included in a deal due to be concluded on Friday for the sale of its global handset business to Microsoft.
siliconindia

Whatsapp Now Has Half A Billion Users! Saw Fastest Growth In India

11 hours ago
WhatsApp, the instant messaging service now has 500 million active users across the world, beating even Facebook by length to become fastest growing service ever when it comes to rate of user acquisition.
siliconindia

U.S. Deepening its Ties With India: Barack Obama

11 hours ago
U.S. Deepening its Ties With India: Barack Obama
Times of India

Monsoon to be below normal this year

18 hours ago
After four years of normal and above normal monsoon, India is expected to have below normal Monsoon this year with rainfall projected to be 95 per cent, a news which is disappointing for the farming community.
New York Times

India Ink: The Autumn of a Patriarch

14 hours ago
As Muthuvel Karunanidhi, the chief of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam in Tamil Nadu, plots a resurgence in the 2014 elections, there is the feeling that this may prove to be a comeback too far for the grand old man of Indian politics.
New York Times

India Ink: Memories of Religious Riots Overshadow Vote in Bihar

15 hours ago
In the district of Bhagalpur, Muslim voters weighed a choice between two political camps to counter the Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party.
New York Times

India Ink: India’s Weather Agency Forecasts Weaker Monsoon

15 hours ago
India’s meteorological department predicted that rainfall would be below average this monsoon season, which could have wider effects on the economy.
Reuters

Thousands mob India's Modi as election race starts in sacred city

17 hours ago
VARANASI, India (Reuters) - India's Narendra Modi received a hero's welcome from thousands of orange-clad supporters as he launched his election campaign on Thursday in the religious city of Varanasi, a show of strength for the Hindu nationalist tipped to be prime minister.
Reuters

Kashmiris shun polls as Modi challenges for power in India

19 hours ago
ANANTNAG, India (Reuters) - Mohammad Amin Pandith, a smallholder and father-of-three from Indian-controlled Kashmir, was lured from his home at night by a man in army uniform, dragged along a potholed lane and shot in the back of the head.
Reuters

Apple's sales boom in communist Vietnam

14 hours ago
HANOI (Reuters) - Communist Vietnam is suddenly Apple Inc's hottest market after sales there tripled in its fiscal first half, a growth rate five times faster than in India where it is spending heavily in a battle for market share.
New York Times

India Ink: India Election Digest: April 24

1 day ago
A roundup of local election-related news for Thursday.
siliconindia

U.S. Business Delegation to Visit India in November

17 hours ago
U.S. Business Delegation to Visit India in November
siliconindia

Code for India Announces First Ever Simultaneous Hackathon Event

17 hours ago
Code for India, the non-profit organization that inspires techies to volunteer their time and talent to the developing world, announced a first-of-its-kind parallel India-United States.
siliconindia

Amazon Ups The Ante To Tap Sellers In Indian Market

17 hours ago
Aiming to increase its seller base in India, e-commerce major Amazon on Wednesday launched two initiatives for sellers, promising an accelerated and friction-free experience for selling products on the platform
Times of India

Delhi cops take custody of SIMI operative Abu Faisal

1 day ago
Delhi Police special cell on Wednesday took alleged state chief of Student's Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) Abu Faisal in custody.
New York Times

India Ink: Tamil Nadu Warms Up to Modi and His Party

21 hours ago
The Bharatiya Janata Party is hoping that a growing urban population, voter disaffection with incumbents and Mr. Modi’s charisma will help it make some headway in a state that it has found impossible to crack in the past.
New York Times

India Ink: Mumbai’s Slum Dwellers Wary of Recycled Promises

21 hours ago
Every election year, parties pledge to help redevelop the sprawling slums in the city, but the residents in these densely packed neighborhoods see little progress.
Al Jazhera

India votes on second biggest polling day

22 hours ago
Eleven states and a union territory voting for 117 seats in the Lok Sabha parliamentary elections.
Reuters

India's BJP eyes gains in south, east to cut clout of regional queens

22 hours ago
CHENNAI, India (Reuters) - India's opposition Bharatiya Janata Party was set to make gains in two big states in the south and east that began voting on Thursday in the sixth phase of a mammoth general election that could help it build a stable majority in parliament.
Daily Mail

Benefits cheat branded 'one of the worst ever' who claimed she was agoraphobic while travelling the world from India to Argentina enjoying a luxury lifestyle is jailed

1 day ago
Former model Tracy Johnson, 52, claimed she was a 'prisoner in her own home' and said she was so unwell that she could not leave her own house or walk more than five metres without help.
Daily Mail

Benefits cheat branded 'one of the worst ever' who claimed she was agoraphobic while travelling the world from India to Argentina enjoying a luxury lifestyle is jailed

1 day ago
Former model Tracy Johnson, 52, claimed she was a 'prisoner in her own home' and said she was so unwell that she could not leave her own house or walk more than five metres without help.
Daily Mail

Benefits cheat branded 'one of the worst ever' who claimed she was agoraphobic while travelling the world from India to Argentina enjoying a luxury lifestyle is jailed

1 day ago
Former model Tracy Johnson, 52, claimed she was a 'prisoner in her own home' and said she was so unwell that she could not leave her own house or walk more than five metres without help.
Los Angeles Times

Much to savor in the Indian comedy 'The Lunchbox'

1 day ago
Critic's Pick: 'The Lunchbox' keeps audiences enthralled with its warm and affectionate human comedy of mistaken identity.When a small Indian film stays in Los Angeles theaters for two months and shows no sign of leaving, it's not because critics love it (though they do), but because audiences are enthralled. "The Lunchbox" is that film, a warm and affectionate human comedy...
Times of India

Broken wings delay Dreamliner delivery

1 day ago
Air India is now hoping that Boeing will be able to resolve the latest problem with the Dreamliner and expects to get its 14th plane next month.
Times of India

German tyre major Continental bets big on India

1 day ago
German tyre major Continental has said India will be a key focus market for the company for new investments as it expands here following the acquisition of Modi Tyres in 2011.
Times of India

Amazon takes kirana route to deliver goods

1 day ago
E-commerce giant Amazon, whose founder and CEO Jeff Bezos recently spoke of the possibility of drones dropping goods to US homes in the near future, is embracing the neighbourhood kirana store to push the delivery advantage in India.
Times of India

Sudan national's surrogacy plea rejected

1 day ago
Upholding the ministry of home affairs’ guidelines restricting single foreign nationals and unmarried couples from coming on medical visas to India for having kids through surrogacy, the Punjab and Haryana high court on Wednesday refused to give any relief to a Sudanese national.
Times of India

Punjab and Haryana high court upholds curbs on surrogacy in India by unmarried foreigners

1 day ago
The bench disposed of the petition filed by Sudan national Shihabeldin, a bachelor who wanted to become a single parent through surrogacy in India.
New York Times

India Ink: What Female Voters Say About Women’s Safety in Mumbai

1 day ago
Women from all walks of life talk about how secure they feel in the India’s financial capital.
physorg

US urged to drop India WTO case on solar

1 day ago
Environmentalists Wednesday urged the United States to drop plans to haul India to the WTO to open its solar market, saying the action would hurt the fight against climate change.
Reuters

Green groups urge U.S. to drop solar trade case against India

1 day ago
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Environmental groups urged the United States on Wednesday to drop a challenge to India's massive solar program and said the World Trade Organization case would only hurt the growth of renewable energy resources.
Hindustan Times

Coming 2step verification for web payments

1 day ago
Expressing concern over the rise in cyber crimes the Reserve Bank of India RBI has asked banks to introduce a twoway authentication process to ensure customer safety
Mashable

19 Social Media Facts That Every Marketer Should Know

1 day ago
Most brands, by now, recognize the power of social media and understand it's not just a passing fad. In fact, if Facebook were a country, it would have the third-highest population, behind China and India. And more people these days own a mobile device than a toothbrush. Erik Qualman, author of "Socialnomics" and the creator of the popular video series of the same name,...
Times of India

India wins elections to key UN bodies

1 day ago
India continued its winning streak in elections to key UN bodies, getting elected on Wednesday to crucial UN organizations, including the International Narcotics Control Board.
Times of India

EC censures Ajmal, Assam minister for communal comments

1 day ago
The Election Commission has expressed displeasure over recent communal statements made by All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) chief Badruddin Ajmal and minister in Assam government Nazrul Islam in Guwahati and Hojai respectively.
Reuters

Kashmiris wary as Modi challenges for power in India

1 day ago
ANANTNAG, India (Reuters) - Mohammad Amin Pandith, a smallholder and father-of-three from Indian-controlled Kashmir, was lured from his home at night by a man in army uniform, dragged along a potholed lane and shot in the back of the head.
Times of India

External challenges for the new government

1 day ago
The new government in India will have to deal with a number of external challenges, which have proved to be ticklish and have assumed serious dimensions. Our immediate neighbours Pakistan and China would be on priority. The issues involved with both these countries have been discussed and analysed over the years and different approaches were adopted without producing the...
Times of India

US seeks arrest of Cong MP on bribery charges

1 day ago
The US has requested India for "provisional arrest" of Congress leader and Rajya Sabha member KVP Ramachandra Rao after he was indicted by an American court in an alleged international racketeering conspiracy involving bribes of $18.5 million for allowing mining of Titanium minerals in Andhra Pradesh.
Times of India

'India likely to see below average to average rains'

1 day ago
India and its South Asian neighbours are expected to see below average to average rains this year if the El Nino weather pattern gains strength during the four-month monsoon season, a forum of weather experts said on Wednesday.
siliconindia

5 Social Entrepreneurs Who Try To Revamp Rural India

1 day ago
India is one of the poorest countries in the world and the negligence towards the rural population adds to the pathetic situation. One of the ways to eradicate the problem of poverty
siliconindia

RBI Stops Banks From Extending Ecbs For Repaying Rupee Loans

1 day ago
The Reserve Bank of India disallowed overseas branches of domestic banks from extending external commercial borrowings (ECBs) to manufacturing and infrastructure companies for repaying rupee loans.
siliconindia

Micromax Starts Manufacturing Smartphones In India

1 day ago
The country's second largest mobile devices company Micromax has now started manufacturing handsets at its Rudraprayag facility in Uttarakhand
TechCrunch

Mobile Devices Can Dramatically Improve Literacy Rates In Developing Countries, Says UNESCO

1 day ago
 A new report by UNESCO says that mobile devices can boost literacy rates in developing countries, potentially reaching almost all of the world's population. Furthermore, an expensive tablet or smartphone is not necessary. In fact, many e-book readers use featurephones. The report surveyed 5,000 people in Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Kenya, Nigeria, Pakistan, and Zimbabwe...
Times of India

India successfully test fires indigenous Akash missile

1 day ago
India today test fired its Akash surface-to-air missile from a defence base in Odisha, an official said.
Times of India

India test fires Akash missile in Odisha

1 day ago
India today test fired its Akash surface-to-air missile from a defence base in Odisha, an official said.
Times of India

US seeks arrest of Congress RS MP on bribery and other charges

1 day ago
The US has requested India for "provisional arrest" of Congress leader and Rajya Sabha member KVP Ramachandra Rao after he was indicted by an American court in an alleged international racketeering conspiracy involving bribes of $18.5 million for allowing mining of Titanium minerals in Andhra Pradesh.
Times of India

India likely to see below average to average rains: World Meteorological Organization

1 day ago
India and its South Asian neighbours are expected to see below average to average rains this year if the El Nino weather pattern gains strength during the four-month monsoon season, a forum of weather experts said on Wednesday.
The Guardian

Woman who said she had agoraphobia but led 'globetrotting lifestyle' jailed

1 day ago
Tracy Johnson, who told benefits staff she could not go outside when she was actually abroad, jailed for falsely claiming benefitsA woman who claimed she was trapped at home in the UK by agoraphobia but in fact led a lavish globetrotting lifestyle has been jailed for falsely claiming benefits.Tracy Johnson, 52, told benefits staff that her condition meant she could not...
New York Times

India Ink: Former Executive Sells Aam Aadmi Party as Pro-Business

1 day ago
Meera Sanyal, a candidate in Mumbai who once headed the Indian unit of the Royal Bank of Scotland, contends her party’s anticorruption platform is good for entrepreneurs.
Times of India

Hollow Politics of the Indian Elite

1 day ago
Last year, many hospitals and health centres across India ran out of tuberculosis drugs, terminating patients’ treatment and creating deadly, multidrug-resistant strains of the disease. This happened because officials in the Union health ministry, which has centralised procurement and distribution of TB drugs, could not renew, for three years, an agency contract to supply...
Mashable

Microsoft Hotline Helps Entrepreneurs in India Build Tech Startups

2 days ago
Microsoft has offered tech support by phone for decades, from guiding business customers through a tricky Windows installation to making sure grandmas successfully locate Solitaire on the Start menu. But this month, the company launched a new kind of hotline in India to help entrepreneurs navigate the minefield of starting their own business. In a novel move, Microsoft...
New York Times

India Ink: India Election Digest: April 23

2 days ago
A roundup of local election-related news for Wednesday.
Hindustan Times

India businesses unlikely to be affected immediately

2 days ago
While Novartis AG GlaxoSmithKline and Eli Lilly are unclear about the longterm impact of deal on their India businesses there is unlikely to be any direct or immediate impact
Times of India

Barclay's India head Jaideep Khanna, a banker who cares for kids with cancer

2 days ago
Jaideep Khanna, the 49-year-old country head of British bank Barclays, is on a mission to raise funds for the organisation, and at the same time quench his thirst for some adventure and stay fit.
Times of India

Buzz over L&T Finanace-YES Bank deal

2 days ago
L&T Finance was at one time seen as a front-runner in the race for a banking licence. However, its aspirations remained unfulfilled with the Reserve Bank of India choosing to award a licence to IDFC and Bandhan Microfinance.
Times of India

India, China agree to hold regular peace talks

2 days ago
This came after a delegation-level meeting, led by Army vice-chief Lt General Dalbir Singh Suhag and visiting Chinese deputy chief of general staff (operations) Lt-Gen Qi Jianguo.
ElPais

Vuelve a operar la planta de Toyota en India tras una huelga de cinco semanas

2 days ago
La planta que Toyota Motor tiene en el sur de India ha vuelto a operar con normalidad tras cinco semanas en las que sus trabajadores sindicados se mantuvieron en huelga por falta de acuerdo en la negociación salarial, confirmó hoy a Efe un portavoz de la empresa. Los empleados sindicados retornaron ayer al trabajo y las dos fábricas del complejo que el líder mundial...
ElPais

Irene brilla y sube mucho

2 days ago
La española Irene Nicolás, nacida en 1997, se afianza entre las mejores del mundo de su edad tras el 8º puesto, invicta, en el abierto de La Roda
ElPais

WhatsApp llega a 500 millones de usuarios gracias a Brasil y México

2 days ago
La aplicación de mensajes a través de móvil WhatsApp informó hoy que cuenta ya con 500 millones de usuarios después de experimentar un rápido crecimiento en los últimos meses, en especial en Brasil, India, México y Rusia, según explicó el consejero delegado de la compañía, Jan Koum. El hito se alcanzó apenas ocho semanas después de que Facebook anunciara...
ElPais

Rosas solidarias para Sant Jordi

2 days ago
La lucha contra la pobreza y la soledad de los ancianos, presentes el 23 de abril
New York Times

World Briefing: India: Court to Hear Appeal Over Restoration of Ban on Gay Sex

2 days ago
The announcement by India’s Supreme Court that it would hear an appeal of its ruling in December that re-criminalized gay sex is unlikely to lead to a serious reconsideration of the decision.
Times of India

Toyota India resumes operations as workers return

2 days ago
Toyota India's twin car plants resumed full operations today after its striking unionized employees returned to work after a 36-day stand-off with management over wage hike and other issues.
Mashable

WhatsApp Hits 500 Million Active Users

2 days ago
Mark Zuckerberg has said repeatedly that he fully expects WhatsApp to reach one billion users. Now, the mobile messaging service is officially halfway there. WhatsApp announced Tuesday that it has hit 500 million active users just less than five years after launching. That's up from around 450 million in mid-February when Facebook announced plans to acquire the company...
Times of India

Two held in connection with Rampur booth capturing

2 days ago
Police on Tuesday arrested two persons for their alleged involvement in booth capturing at a polling centre in Rampur. Confirming the development, SP Rampur told Times Of India that both the accused are residents of Rampur, and were arrested on Tuesday itself, and added that further investigation in this case is going on.
Times of India

'Gagged' Azam targets Election Commission, Modi

2 days ago
"It would be unfortunate for India if Mulayam Singh does not become the Prime Minister," Azam told reporters in Rampur.
Times of India

Poll tamasha from foreign point of view

2 days ago
"It seems people here (in India) have gone a bit too far in their adulation of Narendra Modi,'' says Elen Nelson, a US national who is in Lucknow to study Urdu.
New York Times

Letter From India: Strong Hand Hasn't Fared Well in India

2 days ago
The desire for a benevolent despot has taken hold among the elites, a sentiment suggesting that Narendra Modi's timing is good.
THE GLOBE AND MAIL

Video: Raw footage captures rampaging leopard attacking crowd in India

2 days ago
A leopard caused panic in the city of Chandrapur on Monday when it sprung from the roof of a house and charged at rescue workers
Times of India

Indian politics in the age of social media

2 days ago
Shaili Chopra's latest book The Big Connect looks at Indian "politics in the age of social media". So much has been repeatedly written about the impact of social media on the polls this time, that any new story on the same elicits a bored scroll-through. People watch the drama unfold on social networks, and are in turn watched with wonder as India experiences its first...
Times of India

RBI simplifies rule to touch the unbanked

2 days ago
Reserve Bank of India has made it easier for banks to use their business correspondents (BCs) in reaching out to unbanked customers in far-flung areas.
siliconindia

Modi Most-Searched Politician Across India, Says Google

2 days ago
Modi Most-Searched Politician Across India, Says Google
siliconindia

U.S. Government Departments Told To Identify Areas to Take Up With India

2 days ago
U.S. Government Departments Told To Identify Areas to Take Up With India
Times of India

Hate speech: Election Commission issues notice to BJP leader Giriraj Singh 

2 days ago
The Election Commission on Tuesday issued a notice to BJP leader Giriraj Singh over his controversial statement that those opposing Narendra Modi will have to shift base from India to Pakistan, stating that it amounted to intimidation of voters. 
Times of India

Delhi government makes elaborate arrangements for 'Urs' pilgrims

2 days ago
Delhi government has made elaborate arrangements at Burari ground for pilgrims coming from all across India to attend the annual 'Urs' of Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti at Ajmer.
Times of India

Teachers force Muslim, lower caste students to clean toilets in India: Report

2 days ago
Muslim students were among those often made to sit at the back of classrooms or in separate rooms, a rights group said today.
Times of India

On the mess that is RTE - Part 1

2 days ago
Almost five years back in 2009, India enacted a “landmark” bill and created a new “Right” – the “Right to Education”. Normally a new “right” ought to be celebrated. But as  columnist Meeta Sengupta wrote  around the time, “..(this) should also be a moment of pure fear, for we have made a commitment to something big, something we have never done before,...
Hindustan Times

IPL spot fixing probe Apex court rejects BCCIs threemember panel

2 days ago
The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected the threemember panel proposed by Board of Control for Cricket in India BCCI and asked the justice Mukul Mudgal panel if it can probe the betting and spotfixing scam plaguing the Indian Premier League reports said
Human Rights Watch

India: Marginalized Children Denied Education

3 days ago
Tweet Widget Facebook Like Email School authorities in India persistently discriminate against children from marginalized communities, denying them their right to education. (New Delhi) – School authorities in India persistently discriminate against children from marginalized communities, denying them their right...
siliconindia

India Cuts Exposure to U.S. Government Securities At $67 Bn

2 days ago
India Cuts Exposure to U.S. Government Securities At $67 Bn
siliconindia

India Should Embrace Modern Economy Path: U.S. Think Tank

2 days ago
India Should Embrace Modern Economy Path: U.S. Think Tank
Hindustan Times

SC rejects BCCIs 3member panel seeks Mudgal panels inclination to probe IPL scam

2 days ago
The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected the threemember panel proposed by Board of Control for Cricket in India BCCI and asked the justice Mukul Mudgal panel if it can probe the betting and spotfixing scam plaguing the Indian Premier League reports said
Times of India

Pak successfully test-fires short-range missile 'Hatf III'

2 days ago
Pakistan on Tuesday successfully test-fired a short-range surface-to-surface ballistic missile Hatf III (Ghaznavi), capable of carrying nuclear and conventional warheads to a range of 290 kilometres, that could cover parts of India.
ElPais

Un joven mata a una mujer porque le mintió sobre su edad en Facebook en India

2 days ago
Un joven mató a su novia virtual de Facebook porque le mintió acerca de su edad y estado civil, y después de suicidó en el estado de Madhya Pradesh en el centro de la India, informó hoy a Efe una fuente policial. El suceso ocurrió el viernes cuando Vineet Singh, de 22 años, y Jyoti Kori, de 44, se encontraron en unas cascadas de la ciudad de Jabalpur tras más de...
ElPais

The Offspring viene a Madrid

2 days ago
Será el 20 de junio en el nuevo festival Festival Neox Rocks, en San Sebastián de los Reyes.
New York Times

India Ink: Free Education Comes at a Cost for Marginalized Students

2 days ago
A Human Rights Watch report documents the discrimination at public schools experienced by children in the lowest strata of society in India.
New York Times

India Ink: For British Biographer, Modi Was Only a Phone Call Away

2 days ago
The only foreigner to have unfettered access to the front-runner in the race for India’s prime minister said it was easy to get Narendra Modi to open up for a biography.
New York Times

India Ink: India Election Digest: April 22

3 days ago
A roundup of local election-related news for Tuesday.

Countries where india is popular

# Countries MIX
1 India 226.510
2 United States 75.038
3 United Kingdom 14.370
4 Indonesia 8.070
5 Spain 5.635
6 Italy 5.110
7 Australia 4.500
8 Singapore 4.380
9 Pakistan 3.930
10 Philippines 3.860
11 Canada 3.611
12 Mexico 3.290
13 France 2.850
14 Korea South 2.560
15 Germany 2.550
16 China 2.260
17 Argentina 1.876
18 Norway 1.540
19 Romania 1.280
20 South Africa 1.000
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# Media MIX
1 Dainik Jagran 46.750
2 NDTV 25.000
3 Dainik Bhaskar 19.400
4 CNN Editions (International) 14.800
5 CNN 14.000
6 Times of India 12.000
7 Anandabazar Patrika 7.700
8 Times Now 6.000
9 IBN live 5.500
10 Punjab Kesari 5.000
11 Dinamalar 5.000
12 Dinakaran 5.000
13 Aajtak TV 5.000
14 zee news 4.800
15 Malayala Manorama 4.800
16 Navbharat Times 4.700
17 Sahara Samay english 3.800
18 channelnews asia 3.500
19 Deccan chronicle 3.000
20 abc live 3.000
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# Languages MIX
1 English 226.169
2 Hindi 86.530
3 Spanish 14.514
4 Tamil 10.830
5 Indonesian 8.070
6 Bengali 7.850
7 Gujarati 5.150
8 Italian 5.110
9 Malayalam 4.800
10 German 3.220
11 French 3.060
12 Telugu 2.050
13 Norwegian 1.540
14 Dutch 1.355
15 Romanian 1.280
16 Portuguese 1.115
17 Chinese 1.020
18 Finnish 1.000
19 Polish 0.870
20 Thai 0.480
More Languages >>