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A recent flight from Dubai to Visakhapatnam had a stowaway—nearly seven pounds of smuggled gold hidden underneath a seat. ... Read More

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After the holidays—and the wassail, Yule logs, and Christmas cookies—it may be time to celebrate the New Year with an invigorated interest in healthy... Read More

Here's a heart-warming story for your midweek pick-me-up: Dr. Pradyumna Kumar Mahanandia biked from India to Sweden to reunite with Charlotte... Read More

There’s a big reward waiting for you in retirement: you can finally go on those trips you’ve always dreamed of, without having to worry about running... Read More

Despite centuries plundering the tropics, the British never quite squared themselves with the world’s balmier climates. They tolerated Bombay in the... Read More

When you look at the photographs of Patrick Faigenbaum, you can instinctively see how his subjects are informed by their settings. From an aristocrat’s... Read More

Before travel became a widely accessible pastime, visiting the far corners of the world was the purview of a privileged few—traders and soldiers first,... Read More

India is home to many of the world's most stunning sights, but one of the country's most beautiful—and historic—classification of architecture is slowly... Read More

In a country as large as India, it’s somewhat counter-intuitive to position a weekend itinerary anywhere within it. But even if you can only spare a few... Read More

Occupying the peninsula of Saurashtra, which protrudes like a turtle’s head into the Arabian Sea, and a swath of inland territory that includes the... Read More

The first of Alex Leonard’s special seven-course tasting menu as visiting chef at The Table, one of Mumbai’s most elegant restaurants, offered three... Read More

Nowhere in Mumbai is as cacophonous (or as malodorous) as Ferry Wharf at dawn. Here, on the eastern shore of India’s insomniac island city, the last... Read More

Despite a small smattering of good high-end dining options, the dining scene in Mumbai, India’s financial capital and largest city, lags far behind the... Read More

Many people avoid India during the monsoon, or rainy season—which is starting now and runs through September. But the heavy rainfall, which is vital for... Read More

On Sunday, the planet's yoga habitués—be they devout practitioners of the ancient spiritual methods or the Lulu Lemon-wearing types that largely... Read More

The Taj Mahal now has free Wi-Fi, because what good is the world’s most iconic example of Mughal architecture if you can’t FaceTime your cousin with its... Read More

In a first, India’s state-run carrier Air India is providing yoga sessions for its new cabin-crew recruits and pilots who are currently undergoing... Read More

The Himalayas boast nine of the 10 highest mountain peaks on the planet, its 1,500 miles of snow-coated ridges of great religious significance for... Read More

Heralding the arrival of spring, celebrations of Holi, the traditional Hindu festival of colors, are taking place around the world today. A testament to... Read More

The idli welcomes me into the day like a slightly flattened moon that has landed on my plate. You could rest your cheek on it, but the best thing is to... Read More

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