27 Apr 2011
The big fat royal wedding of Prince Williams and Kate Middleton this Friday will have an Indian touch. An Indian-origin entrepreneur and his British wife are giving the finishing touches to cake meant for the royal wedding.
27 Apr 2011
As thousands of tourists arrived here for the Royal wedding on Friday, nearly 1,000 members of Britain's armed forces on Wednesday conducted a dress rehearsal on the streets of London in full ceremonial clothing.
22 Oct 2012
Amidst glitz and glamour surrounding the larger than life Durga images worshipped all over the city, a young artist from a small town of Assam has come down to Kolkata to exhibit the world's smallest Durga idol.
20 Apr 2011
The British royal wedding of Kate Middleton and Prince William will be shown live on video-sharing website YouTube.
29 Mar 2011
As a tribute to Prince William and his to-be-bride Kate, the Royal Mail in Britain will release a new set of stamps. The royal wedding is to take place on April 29.
23 Dec 2010
Descendants of the erstwhile royal rulers of India, many of whom find it hard to meet both ends meet, have joined hands to fight for their demands including financial support from the government.
23 Apr 2012
Barbie doll versions of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been launched to mark the first anniversary of the royal couple's wedding.
30 Dec 2011
The royal kiss -- Prince William and Kate Middleton locking lips on the balcony of Buckingham Palace in April -- has been voted Britain's favourite live TV moment of 2011.
10 Apr 2015
Kolkata: Kolkata is hosting for the first time the global art biennial in which over 200 art works from four continents are on display. Named the "Calcutta Art Biennial", the 13-day art show, which began on April 7, is being attended by 50 artists from UK, Netherlands, Turkey, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, Senegal, Uganda, Qatar and the US.
02 Jun 2014
Berlin: Scientists have successfully developed cellulose fibres that are stronger than steel and aluminium. A novel procedure developed by a Swedish-German research team spins extremely tough filaments from tiny cellulose fibrils by aligning them all in parallel during the production process.