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Indians Archaeologists have located inside a well in western India the supposed remains of 300 soldiers who participated in the first rebellion against the British Empire in 1857 , local media reported today. The discovery of
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The number of Indians in the top management of leading global technology companies and contributing to some great technology advances may surprise many...Pichai's the man behind Chrome and Android; Gundotra, the person behind Google+. Intel has
Science and Data Editor at The Conversation Senior Specialist on Employment at International Labour Organisation Professor and Joint Director at Institute for Human Development Nearly 400m people live in cities in India and during the next 40 years
He enjoyed a long rope despite inconsistent performances over the last year or so. Indians fans will not easily forget that costly over, when he was hit for 30 runs by Australia's James Faulkner in Mohali last year. Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni,
February 2014 When the US attorney seeks to glow with a human rights halo, this is met with an angry groan in India. Indian Prime Minster Dr. Manmohan Singh has a reputation for dithering and not speaking out. A cartoon that has gone viral in New
And although the official decision to withdraw the book tilted 'The Hindus: An Alternative History' was made on February 4, Twitter has been overflowing with strong criticism, thus making the book title a trending topic on the micro-blogging website.
Around 3,500 Indians are lodged in different jails in Gulf countries, including 106 in Oman, for various offences, as per reports given by Indian missions, the Overseas Indian Affairs Minister told the upper house of Indian parliament last week.
That his ascension would generate such excitement might seem surprising at first. Indians have become a force in Silicon Valley, where about 15 percent of tech startups have Indian founders and a handful of notable companies, such has Adobe Systems,
T wo political leaders are using social media to spread their messages in a way that can teach a lesson or two to Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi. And no, one of them is not Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. Arun Jaitley, 62, and Janardan Dwivedi,