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  • Diwali fundraiser dinner, Redbird preview, Nobu 20-year anniversary omakase

    Diwali fundraiser dinner, Redbird preview, Nobu 20-year anniversary omakase
    The L.A. Mumbai Sister City Affiliation is celebrating Diwali (India's festival of lights) with a special fundraiser dinner Oct. 12 at the Bombay Cafe. The evening will include food, and wines by Alexana Estate Vineyards and Winery, as well as a dance...
  • India tightens Vietnam defence, oil ties ahead of China Xi's visit

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India extended a $100 million export credit to Vietnam for defence deals and tightened energy ties on Monday, signaling a more confident foreign policy ahead of a visit this week by China's President Xi Jinping. India's new...
  • Analysis - Tight at the top five months out from World Cup

    SYDNEY (Reuters) - After what at one stage earlier this month looked like a vast game of musical chairs, reigning champions India ended up topping the world rankings when the five-month countdown to the 2015 World Cup started on Sunday. With just three...
  • Google launches $105 Android One; eyes low-price smartphone boom

    Google launches $105 Android One; eyes low-price smartphone boom
    NEW DELHI/MUMBAI (Reuters) - Google Inc launched in India on Monday a $105 smartphone, the first device from its "Android One" initiative which is aimed at boosting sales in key emerging markets through cheaper prices and better quality software. The...
  • Myanmar's Rohingya stuck in refugee limbo in India

    NEW DELHI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Kohinoor, a stateless Rohingya Muslim, fled her home in Myanmar after a wave of attacks by majority Buddhists, she hoped for a chance to rebuild her life in a new country. She knew she would have to trek...
  • India to revise GDP measurement next year, economy may be larger

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India will soon revise the way it measures gross domestic product to reflect under-represented and informal economic sectors, two government sources said, in an initiative that is expected to show the economy is larger than...
  • Factbox: List of host cities for the Asian Games

    (Reuters) - List of host cities of the Asian Games, first held in 1951, ahead of the 17th edition in Incheon, South Korea. 1951 - New Delhi, India 1954 - Manila, Philippines 1958 - Tokyo, Japan 1962 - Jakarta, Indonesia 1966 - Bangkok, Thailand 1970...
  • Materazzi joins Chennai in new Indian league

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Former Italy defender Marco Materazzi has joined Chennai in the new Indian Super League (ISL) following in te footsteps of former national team mate Alessandro Del Piero. The 41-year-old Materazzi will be player-manager of the...
  • This 12-toed Indian athlete knows where the shoe pinches

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Pursuing a largely unrewarding Olympic sport in a cricket-obsessed country requires adjustments but Indian heptathlete Swapna Barman has taken it to a new level - squeezing six toes in each shoe designed for five. Born with six toes...
  • USAID is incubating start-ups to tackle poverty problems

    With his nifty PowerPoint slides and carefully crafted pitch, Yashraj Khaitan might be mistaken for any other fast-talking, code-savvy Bay Area millennial boasting that he has hit on the idea to solve a vexing world problem. Yet, in Khaitan's case, some...
  • Anger mounts in Indian Kashmir after worst flood in over century

    Anger mounts in Indian Kashmir after worst flood in over century
    Residents of Indian Kashmir turned their wrath on state administrators, accusing them of failing to provide them with help after the worst flooding in over a century, and angrily dumped food parcels into gutters. A week into the disaster, which one...