Tag Archives: Indian

Style for all: Indian designers and brands are finally embracing plus size fashion

In the past, it was a given that if you’re not a size zero, you won’t find fashionable outfits in stories. That’s changing now. Indian fashion designers are taking notice of the plus size segment and adding oodles of style to it. Plus size cannot be ignored, say designers like… Read more »

Baby born ‘pregnant’ with twin brother – Indian doctors come across a rare case

Amidst all deformed birth and pregnancy complications that are prevalent, we recently came across a bizarre incident today. According to reports, a 19-year-old mother from Mumbra, India, gave birth to a baby. The Daily Mail has quoted radiologist Dr Bhavna Thorat, who had spotted the complication during the routine scan… Read more »

Food Story: The journey of ladoo from a medicine to the much-loved Indian sweet

If tomorrow India has to choose a national sweet dish, the most likely contender should be the ladoo. And for some good, hearty reasons. To begin with, it is an omnipresent sweet – and by this I do not only mean its unmistakable presence in every festival and occasion including… Read more »

Ancient wisdom: Learn more about Chanakya, Vidur and Indian culture at Banaras Hindu University

Do you know what Chanakya Neeti is, or for that matter Vidur Neeti or sage Kamandak’s treatise on military techniques and warfare management? If not, enrol at Bharat Adhyayan Kendra (BAK) of the Banaras Hindu University (BHU) in Varanasi to learn more about ancient Indian streams of knowledge. BAK aims to… Read more »

HT Spotlight | For Kashmiri research scholars, Mohali’s NIPER opens doors to Indian diversity

“Look at it through my eyes and you will realise that NIPER is a great organisation that is not only the best in the country for pharmaceutical research, but treats all without any religious or social discrimination,” says 26-year-old Mir Asrar, who topped in the Joint Entrance Test of National… Read more »

HT Spotlight | For Kashmiri research scholars, Mohali’s NIPER opens doors to Indian diversity

“Look at it through my eyes and you will realise that NIPER is a great organisation that is not only the best in the country for pharmaceutical research, but treats all without any religious or social discrimination,” says 26-year-old Mir Asrar, who topped in the Joint Entrance Test of National… Read more »

How to make the ultimate Indian Masala Omelette

This is the Indian take on the basic omelette, spiced up and complete with tempering of cumin and chillies. With a little green chutney and ketchup, the Indian masala omelette makes for a great sandwich filling as well. In fact, the late night road side food joints in India are… Read more »

UPSC Indian Forest Service IFoS prelims result 2017 declared, check it here

Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on Thursday declared the Preliminary exam results of Indian Forest Service, 2017 examinations on its official website. The preliminary examination was held on June 18, 2017. Candidates can click here to check their Indian Forest Service prelims results. A pdf file containing roll number of candidates who have… Read more »

Scared to go to US: Indian students worry about physical safety, says survey

Washington Indian students have a “high level of concern” about potential study in the US and a large number of them worry about their physical safety and about the feeling of being welcomed, says a new survey. The Institute of International Education (IIE) suggested that the final outcome of the… Read more »

Scared to go to US: Indian students worry about physical safety, says survey

Washington Indian students have a “high level of concern” about potential study in the US and a large number of them worry about their physical safety and about the feeling of being welcomed, says a new survey. The Institute of International Education (IIE) suggested that the final outcome of the US… Read more »