Mumbai Cops’ Cloned Cards Used in Greece

At least eight Mumbai policemen are among 29 individuals whose bank cards were cloned and used to fraudulently withdraw cash from ATM machines in...

Theo Angelopoulos with «The Dust Of Time» in Mumbai Film Festival

The 11th annual Mumbai Film Festival (Oct 29-Nov 5) will open with a screening of Steven Soderbergh’s The Informant! and close with The Dust...

Greek Snack Company Invests in India

Greek snack producer, Chipita has made an investment in the city of Sanand located in the Indian state of Gujarat. Chipita has invested over Rs 600...

Greek Cinema Travels to India

Many Greek films are participating in this years 44th International Film Festival of India, which from 2004, takes place in the city of Goa. This...

Greek Engineer-turned-Hairstylist Finds Career Success in New York and Bollywood

Engineer-turned-celebrity hairstylist Yianni Tsapatori has made a big name for himself in Paris, New York, and Bollywood, and is sought after by famous celebrities...

What Did India Learn from the Ancient Greeks?

The interaction of the two great ancient civilizations of Greece and India, which began with the invasion of Alexander the Great in 326 BC...

Indian Artist Akbar Padamsee Breaks Auction Records With His ‘Greek Landscape’

Contemporary Indian artist Akbar Padamsee's "Greek Landscape" - inspired by the beauty of cubism in Greek construction -  broke records at Saffronart's auction going under the hammer for...

How Will The Coronavirus Affect The Megacities Of The World?

If you don’t live in one of the gigantic megacities dotted around our globe you might imagine them to resemble a zombie film right...

Greek Drug Peddler Arrested in Delhi

A 35-year-old Greek drug peddler was arrested at the New Delhi railway station with LSD and charas in his possession, police said Sunday. Emmanouil Chatzakis...

Cretan Man Marries Indian Girlfriend in Bollywood-Style Wedding

Despite the marvelous Bollywood movies one can enjoy online, an Indian wedding is an unusual sight for a Greek. Apparently not so, though, for...