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Accused assailants include an elevator operator, gardener and security guards at her family's apartment complex.
While I have also experienced my share of good memories, including an incredible pilgrimage to the Chidambaram Nataraja Temple
Surgeons found the bug between the woman’s eyes near her brain.
Yes, transplant (read kidney and liver) is a predominately living donor industry in India (and an extremely successful one at that), but there is room for deceased donor transplant to grow here alongside the impressively world class living donor transplant activity.
The rescue came as the southeastern state of Tamil Nadu faces the worst rainfall in decades.
There is an interesting politeness and humanity in the chaos of Chennai traffic. I haven't seen any "real" road rage here, despite being in situations that if happened in the U.S. I'd be fearing for my personal safety.
Every once in a while, a truly fun original documentary comes along. Hit The Road: India is an adventure documentary that follows two friends, Ric Gazarian and Keith King, as they participate in the heretofore unknown Rickshaw Challenge Mumbai Xpress.
India, where business is conducted in English, has more in common with the United States than any other major economy in Asia. The potential for mutual benefit for these two free market democracies is unprecedented.
Too many transportation initiatives focus on cars and highways, thus favoring the rich and the middle class. But there are ways to provide safer, more affordable, eco-friendly and reliable transportation to the poor in the Global South, as the following examples demonstrate.
Meeting Dr. Nirvikalpa Natarajan unexpectedly pretty much sums up my view of Chennai. Chennai is a city of surprises. It is not a city that boasts. It has a charm of its own, and a kind of special warmth that a stranger senses at once.
Wall painting has over the years emerged as a highly organised business. --- This piece was produced as part of a collaboration
The familiar smell of dust, the gasoline, the honking rickshaws, the nod sideways to say yes, the walk along the broken stones of the highway, fearing falling into the passing motorcycles, the cars going both ways at once... and the colors of all the scarves!
From Argentina to Zimbabwe, the monumental to the day-to-day, each week, HuffPost World will present some of the most remarkable
Interviewing legend Mani Ratman as part of the Tenth Annual MIAA Film Festival. This epic depicts for Indians and indeed