India-WI Final Test Ends in Dramatic Draw

India and West Indies played out a thrilling draw in the final Test of the three match series between the two nations. The hosts needed to score 243 to win the game and claim a series whitewash. However, they could only manage 242 for the loss of 9 wickets, before the close of play Nov 26, 2011

Movie Review: 'Desi Boyz' Lacks Punch

How did the NRI youth withstand the 2008-09 recession and what all strange jobs some them were forced to do? You will get an answer in debutant director Rohit Dhawan's film "Desi Boyz." Nov 26, 2011

300 Million Indians Suffer From Osteoporosis, Says Study

A recent study report by Vandana Luthra's Care Clinic (VLCC), has claimed that about 300 million people in India suffer from osteoporosis and it is speculates that in the next decade as much as 50% of the Indian population will be victim to this condition. Nov 26, 2011

FDI Issue Rocks Parliament

The Parliament was Friday adjourned till Monday afternoon after Opposition parties and United Progressive Alliance government's chief ally Trinamool Congress created an uproar over the government's decision to allow 51 percent Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in multi-brand retail. Nov 25, 2011

J Dey Killing: Woman Journalist Arrested

A senior journalist of English daily Asian Age was arrested Friday for her alleged role in the killing of crime reporter Jyotirmoy Dey in June, said police. Nov 25, 2011

Anna Hazare Slammed for His 'Un-Gandhian Comment' on Pawar Slap Incident

It looks like anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare's image has taken a beating of late. Just on the heels of surprising the public by revealing that he had disciplined alcoholics in his village by beating them up after tying them to a pole, he has shocked the people once again by his careless comment on a youth slapping Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar. Nov 25, 2011

Maoist Leader Kishenji Killed in Police Encounter

Elusive Maoist leader, Koteshwar Rao (alias Kishenji) was killed on Thursday evening, in an encounter between the rebels and the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), in West Bengal's West Midnapore region. Nov 24, 2011

Lakshmi Mittal is Britain's Most Influential Asian for 2011

According to weekly newspaper Eastern Eye, 61-year-old Lakshmi Mittal, a Non-Resident Indian and the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Chairman of the Board of Directors of ArcelorMittal, is the most powerful Asian in Britain, for the year 2011. Nov 24, 2011

Tamil Nadu Bans 'Dam 999' Release

The Tamil Nadu government has banned the release of "Dam 999", with immediate effect. The film was due to release on Nov. 25. Nov 24, 2011