Homelessness is a real problem in India with an estimated 78 million people without a roof over their heads. In spite of India's burgeoning economy, basic infrastructure does not exist and has in turn left a large population without homes or toilets.
Tata Sons Chairman, Ratan Tata, heads the ET-Corporate Dossier dated 24 may 2012 ranking of India Inc's Most Powerful CEOs for the fourth year running.Ratan Tata is set to retire by the end of the year 2012 handing over the charge to Cyrus Mistry.
Portraits of Rural India from Delhi to Kota to Jaipur. I drove for 30 hours through rural India to meet the people and understand the complexity of life. What I found was a lesson in simplicity and my own humility.
The Holi Festival of Colours, celebrates the start of spring with liberal tossing of coloured powder and coloured water. It is primarily observed in India, Pakistan, Nepal, likewise Bangladesh also celebrate Holi festival.
An Indian Hindu Sadhu or holy man warms himself near a fire at a make-shift camp in Kolkata. Sadhus from all over the country started to gather in Kolkata on their way to the annual Hindu holy festival Gangasagar Mela.
Kolkata Traffic Police during the full dress rehearsal of Republic Day Parade at Red Road in Kolkata. In India, Republic Day honours the date on which the Constitution of India came into force replacing the Government of India Act 1935.
India defeated arch-rivals Pakistan to emerge victorious and be crowned world champions in the T-20 cricket World Cup for the Blind in Bangalore, India. Chasing India's modest total of 258 for 8 Pakistan folded up for 229 for 8 to lose by 29 runs.
Republic Day commemorates the date on which the Constitution of India came into force replacing the Government of India Act 1935 as the governing document of India on 26 January 1950. 26th January 2012
As far as HIV/AIDS prevention is concerned, India is a success story with a 50% decrease rate in the number of people affected in last 10 years according to the United Nations 2011 AIDS report. Unconfirmed date of set.
Smartphone sales have been surging in India with attractive offers being dished out to customers. There are predictions that India's smartphone usage will increase by 69% this year and will hit 108 million units, about five times its current size.