High in the Himalayas, Sikkim is one of the tiniest states in India. But it is about to embark on an experiment of global interest.
The Indian banks are shutting accounts found to be involved in crypto trading and there has been an increase in such cases. However, the crypto users in the country have found a way to avoid the shut down of their account and still trade in crypto, r
Over two days-Jan. 8 and 9-more than 160 million workers went on strike in India. This has been one of the largest general strikes in the world. The workers, exhausted by almost three decades of neoliberal policies and by the attack on their righ
Emergency services at the Safdarjung Hospital were hit after resident doctors at the Safdarjung Hospital went on strike on Sunday following an assault on a doctor by a patient who happens to be son of a Delhi Police head constable. Police have reg
At 9 am on Tuesday, instead of starting work at the assembly line, men stood in huddles outside several factories in Delhi's Okhla industrial area. It was the first day of a two-day general strike called by 10 central trade unions, planned just mon
Trade unions claimed their two-day nationwide strike call was a success with 20 crore workers, from both the organised and the unorganised sectors across banking, insurance, roads, railways, postal and medical services participated in the 'Bharat B
Women in the southern Indian state of Kerala have formed a 620km (385-mile) human chain "in support of gender equality", amid a row over access to a prominent Hindu temple.
AMARAVATI, India -- On a wide stretch of land bisected by India's Krishna River, bananas, sugarcane, cotton, guavas and commercial flowers once sprung from dark soil that people described as a farmer's paradise.
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Even some left-leaning writers have recently argued that Gandhi must fall. In "The South African Gandhi" (2015), Ashwin Desai and Goolam Vahed depict him as a pro-British lawyer, who worked within the country's white-supremacist politics to pro
I have to wonder when Russian President Vladimir Putin sleeps. He's busier than any other leader, traveling the globe while consistently changing the board state geopolitically.
India - In New Delhi on Friday, Putin and Indian PM Modi signed a $5.4 billion agreement to purchase five S-400 air defense systems, delivery scheduled for 2020 - ignoring the threat of possible US sanctions.
India agreed a deal with Russia to buy S-400 surface to air missile systems on Friday, the two sides said, as New Delhi disregarded U.S. warnings that such a purchase could trigger sanctions under U.S. law.
As the march toward a cashless (and privacy-less) society accelerates forward, a new high watermark has been reached.
The discovery of rock carvings believed to be tens of thousands of years old in India's western state of Maharashtra has greatly excited archaeologists who believe they hold clues to a previously unknown civilisation, BBC Marathi's Mayuresh Konnur re
The WHO declared India "polio free" in May 2014, so why are close to half a million young Indians experiencing polio-like paralysis?
As US threatens sanctions over S-400 purchase India's dollar holdings decline even as total reserves grow
India's Supreme Court on Thursday struck down a ban on gay sex after a decades-old campaign against a colonial-era law used to hold back LGBT rights.
India puts the first major crack in Trump's Iranian sanction play. What's next? Reuters reports India allows state refiners to use Iran tankers, insurance for oil imports.
India internet is dominated by American technology giants.
The Lowy Institute looks at economic, cultural, military and other factors of power in Asia.
Despite being a minority among crypto investors, just like anywhere else, women in India actually spend on cryptocurrency twice more than men do. A newly released survey also found that the majority of Indian crypto users live in big cities like Delh
Jordan Peterson described how the US military determined that people with an IQ below 83 (1 in 10 people in the USA) could not be trained for anything at any level of the organization that was not counter-productive.
I've been looking at some of the globalist summits around the world lately but here's one that slipped under the radar: the International Energy Forum. The IEF's 16th bienniel energy ministers meeting took place in New Delhi this past April and
The second problem is that India would immediately seize Tibet. This puts any real fighting far to the north out in the deserts. Again India would retain short supply lines been quickly upgraded while China would be operating at a long distance acr
The government of India is reportedly considering levying a type of consumption tax on cryptocurrency trading and even mining. The most grievous part of this proposal is that it may also be a retroactive measure, demanding payments for past actions.