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Saudi Arabia grants citizenship to robot Sophia

Saudi Arabia claims to be the first country to have granted citizenship to a robot. But the decision has garnered mockery from social media users as …

Florida Police Release Eerie New Surveillance Video In Hunt For Suspected Serial Killer

A "person of interest" was seen running from area after first Tampa shooting.<p>Florida police have released a new surveillance video of a “person of interest” wearing a long jacket with a hood and repeatedly flipping open a cell phone in investigators’ hunt for a suspected serial killer in a Tampa …

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The scandal of the missing children abducted from India’s railway stations

No part of the station is safe, but the parking area is dangerous and people are free to enter. Some are addicted or drunkards who beat up children Akil, 15<p>When they awoke, their child had gone. As the parents slept near platform 14a, someone had carefully bent down between them and taken their …

18 Movies That Are Not ‘Slumdog’ Which Foreigners Need To Watch To Get A True Sense Of India

Why is <i>City of God</i> such a celebrated movie? What is so mystical about <i>Amelie</i>, that in spite of being a French film it captured the imagination of …

Indian Muslims who support Hindu nationalism

While Hindu-Muslim tension is rising in India, some Muslims have joined the RSS, a hardline Hindu nationalist organization. They say they want to …

Hindu students protest against burqa-wearing Muslims on campus in southern India

By Rama Lakshmi<p>Rama Lakshmi<p>Bio Follow<p>NEW DELHI — As the world debates whether the burkini is appropriate beachwear, a new fight is brewing in India over burqa-wearing students on college campuses.<p>This week, some Hindu students began wearing saffron-colored scarves to the classroom in a college in …

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Why the Indian barbershop is a unique institution

<b>The barbershop has made itself into a unique Indian institution. Apart from the usual business of shaving and hair cuts, it also serves other social purposes, writes author Palash Krishna Mehrotra.</b><p>Most Indians don't believe much in professional psychiatrists. You don't pay good money to someone …

Skinny and 119 Pounds, but With the Health Hallmarks of Obesity

Claire Walker Johnson of Queens was a medical mystery. No matter how much she ate, she never gained weight.<p>And yet Ms. Johnson, with a long narrow face, had the conditions many obese people develop — Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and, most strikingly, a liver buried in …

Diabetes

The US has cut off the path to citizenship for India and China’s most exceptionally talented people

For the first time in nine years, the cap on a prized US visa for the most skilled Chinese and Indian workers is set to be reached.<p>On July 11, the US State Department announced that it would soon stop accepting applications for the EB-1 visa, from Indian and Chinese nationals. This change could …

The science of getting your kids to eat more vegetables

<i>Parenting in the information age can be maddening. Data and opinions are everywhere, but helpful advice often feels in short supply. In our Mom and Scientist series, Quartz journalists Jenny Anderson, a mother of two, and Akshat Rathi, a scientist, tackle challenging topics by balancing complex</i> …

Science Finally Figured Out How to Make Coffee Even Better

As it turns out, making a great cup of coffee is not so much about what you put into it once it’s brewed—it actually depends on what you do to the …

Hindu Sena celebrates birthday of "saviour of humanity" Trump

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - A Hindu fringe group celebrated the 70th birthday of Donald Trump in New Delhi on Tuesday, calling the U.S. presidential contender the “saviour of humanity” who could end the global threat posed by Islamist militants.<p>About 20 members of the far-right Hindu Sena, or Hindu Army, …

How an Indian doctor built a billion dollar company by making heart surgeries affordable

Even in a country of 900,000 odd doctors, 62-year-old Devi Prasad Shetty stands out—and how.<p>In his three decades in the profession, Shetty has conducted more than 15,000 heart surgeries—including India’s first neonatal cardiac surgery in 1992—and held the distinction of serving as Mother Teresa’s …

What H-1B Visas Would Look Like If All the Legislation to Curb Their Use Is Passed

By<p>Joanna Sugden<p>Legislative changes under consideration in the U.S. would transform the country’s highly-skilled work visa rules, restricting the number of people eligible and making it more difficult to obtain an H-1B permit widely used by India’s outsourcing industry.<p>The latest proposals, filed by …

The Beatles' spiritual retreat in India opens to public

The abandoned retreat in the Himalayan foothills where The Beatles stayed briefly remains a big draw for their fans. The Beatles stay at the 18-acre …

Madhur Jaffrey: 'No restaurant can ever compete with home-cooked Indian food'

Madhur Jaffrey has been sharing her recipes and inspiring her fans with a passion for the secrets and pleasures of Indian food for six decades.<p>How did you begin?<p>A publisher who came to my home in New York in the Sixties was so impressed with my home-cooked food that he suggested I should write an …

The cleverest explanation of how caste prejudices work in urban India

Shikha glanced uneasily at the man standing next to her in the elevator. Just a week before, there had been a long thread in their apartment community group on Facebook. The general consensus had been that the main elevators should be used only by residents and their visitors. The maids, gardeners, …

This Newspaper Gloriously Trolled Smriti Irani Over Her Comments About Women In India

Deccan Herald - 1, Education Minister - 0.

11 Photos The World Needs To See To Know How Beautiful Jammu & Kashmir Really Is

And we're not even talking about the scenery.

Jammu and Kashmir

The Crow's Egg review – fraternal adventure in dog-eat-slumdog Chennai

M Manikandan’s latter-day parable mines both laughter and tears from the struggles of two young brothers to put food on the table<p>After the none-more-lavish escapism of Prem Ratan Dhan Payo, the UK release of Tamil festival favourite The Crow’s Egg (Kaaka Muttai) returns us to reality with a bump. …

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Delhi announces no-car day for world's most polluted city

Indian capital saw pollutants reach 35 times safe limits earlier this month, but critics fear voluntary scheme will be ineffective<p>Delhi is to hold its first car-free day as the world’s most polluted city struggles to control the soaring levels of dangerous toxins clogging the air.<p>Residents across …

Despair over ban in India's surrogacy hub

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/world/1209000/1209174_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1534617385_f287503866c61fe9ad66270553127aa0<p><b>India recently announced a ban on surrogate services for foreign couples and notices have been sent to fertility clinics to not accept any more</b> …

It Could Get a Lot Tougher for Indian Companies Doing Business in the U.S.

Bipartisan legislation has been put forth that would decrease the number of workers coming to the U.S. with H-1B visas, otherwise known as …

The end of the line for India’s iconic railway buffet car

India’s much-loved pantry car, introduced by the British almost a century ago, is being phased out by Indian Railways and replaced with ‘e-catering’ and takeaways<p>The world outside the window changes quickly and often: farmers labouring in the fields, office workers making the daily commute, kids …

What’s the best way to remove pesticides from fruits and vegetables?

<b>The Question</b><p>Is rinsing fruit and vegetables under water effective at removing pesticides? Should I use a store-bought produce wash instead? Are there some fruits and vegetables that, no matter how I clean them, I should buy organically grown?<p><b>The Answer</b><p>There is a growing concern among Canadians …

Pesticides

Flush Indian Startups Face Shortage of Skilled Workers

A dearth of talented tech workers is driving up wages and hurting companies’ expansion plans<p>BANGALORE, India—Software engineer Anshul Goel graduated from college in 2013. In the 2½ years since then, the 24-year-old has switched jobs three times, jumping from one Indian tech company to another, and …

Fury and fear in Ohio as IT jobs go to India

The IT workers at Cengage Learning in the company's Mason, Ohio offices learned of their fates game-show style. First, they were told to gather in a …

Xiaomi's expansion to Africa comes with concessions

On to Africa!<p>Once the world’s most valuable startup, Xiaomi, the Chinese smartphone maker praised for cheap but ‘high-spec’ phones, is expanding …

Why in the world would anyone want to go back to India after living in the US?

• <b>Living at home:</b> Home here means a lot of things—our culture, our nation, our family and so on. Although I love the US, it is not my home; just as the priciest of hotel suites cannot match the warmth of our modest home. • <b><br>Opportunities:</b> Many find good opportunities in the US—especially close to the …

TB 'joins HIV as most deadly infection'

<b>Tuberculosis now ranks alongside HIV as the world's most deadly infectious disease, the World Health Organization (WHO) says.</b><p>Each accounted for between 1.1 million and 1.2 million deaths in 2014.<p>The WHO said the tuberculosis figures were unacceptable for a disease that could be cured.<p>Medecins Sans …