India: Stats, facts and trivia

  • bhikhalal-jethwa-120811-300
    The freedom fighters we forgot Bijoy Venugopal - The Water Cooler - Fri 12 Aug, 2011

    Ahead of Independence Day, we remember whistleblowers and RTI activists who died for modern India More »The freedom fighters we forgot

    bhikhalal-jethwa-120811-300

    Ahead of Independence Day, we remember whistleblowers and RTI activists who died for modern India

  • Inequality in Diversity Kartik T - Yahoo! India News - Mon 15 Aug, 2011

    Kartik T, train traveller and Indian at heart and in every way that counts, finds parallels between the two during one of his journeys sharing a bogey with fellow In … More »Inequality in Diversity

    Kartik T, train traveller and Indian at heart and in every way that counts, finds parallels between the two during one of his journeys sharing a bogey with fellow Indians.

  • The Many Faces of India Thu 15 Aug, 2013

    What kind of face comes to mind when you think of India? Look at an array of Indian faces that represent the diversity of India’s colors, moods, expressions and circumstances … More »The Many Faces of India

  • Prince Charles Arrives In Delhi For Commonwealth Games
    India’s demographic dividend Varun Agarwal - Yahoo! India News - Fri 12 Aug, 2011

    Is India still reeling under the educational clichés of medicine and engineering? Guest writer Varun Agarwal takes a frank look at what shapes our thinking. More »India’s demographic dividend

    Prince Charles Arrives In Delhi For Commonwealth Games

    Is India still reeling under the educational clichés of medicine and engineering? Guest writer Varun Agarwal takes a frank look at what shapes our thinking.

  • Indian village children fish in a pond at Kunwarpur village, about 70 kilometers (44 miles) east of Allahabad, India  Friday, Aug. 12, 2011. (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)
    Far From the Completely Maddening Crowd Sabbah Haji - Yahoo! India News - Fri 12 Aug, 2011

    Guest writer Sabbah Haji, who gave up on city life three years ago and is now a teacher in J&K, appeals to the nation to give villages a try and get back to our root … More »Far From the Completely Maddening Crowd

    Indian village children fish in a pond at Kunwarpur village, about 70 kilometers (44 miles) east of Allahabad, India  Friday, Aug. 12, 2011. (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)

    Guest writer Sabbah Haji, who gave up on city life three years ago and is now a teacher in J&K, appeals to the nation to give villages a try and get back to our roots.

  • The Quality of Mercy is Restrained by Government Mohit Satyanand - Yahoo! India News - Fri 12 Aug, 2011

    As India prepares to face another financial crisis, guest writer Mohit Satyanand states his frank opinion on where the world’s governments are going wrong in dealing … More »The Quality of Mercy is Restrained by Government

    As India prepares to face another financial crisis, guest writer Mohit Satyanand states his frank opinion on where the world’s governments are going wrong in dealing with crises such as these.

  • FILE - In this Friday, April 29, 2011 file photo, passenger jets from Air India, India's national carrier, stand at Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi, India. Boeing has forecast a $150 billion market for passenger airplanes in India over the next 20 years driven by a booming economy, a top Boeing official has said. India will need to buy around 1,320 new airplanes to meet the demand of an expanding aviation sector, Boeing India President Dinesh Keskar said in a statement Wednesday, July 6, 2011. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer, File)
    Patriotism and the NRI Arnab Ray - Yahoo! India News - Fri 12 Aug, 2011

    Guest writer Arnab Ray, he of the Greatbong fame, minces no words as he addresses India’s sneering attitude towards NRIs and allegations of lack of patriotism in those … More »Patriotism and the NRI

    FILE - In this Friday, April 29, 2011 file photo, passenger jets from Air India, India's national carrier, stand at Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi, India. Boeing has forecast a $150 billion market for passenger airplanes in India over the next 20 years driven by a booming economy, a top Boeing official has said. India will need to buy around 1,320 new airplanes to meet the demand of an expanding aviation sector, Boeing India President Dinesh Keskar said in a statement Wednesday, July 6, 2011. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer, File)

    Guest writer Arnab Ray, he of the Greatbong fame, minces no words as he addresses India’s sneering attitude towards NRIs and allegations of lack of patriotism in those who’ve left our shores.

 

If India were on Facebook