The father was speaking as someone who had been raised in India by very strict parents.
When I was growing up in India, parents arranged the marriages between young men and women.
After talking with Samson and an embryologist in India, the couple drove to Chicago to meet with Samson.
And India, which is home to more than 150 million Muslims, estimates are that fewer than 20 have joined ISIS.
If they don't, then the U.S. should encourage India to play a larger role in Afghanistan.
The regiment was in cantonments near the northern frontier of India.
Owen was smoking his cigar, and Washburn and my father were talking about India.
The last kind of importance is the Arrhindy silk worm, from India.
The money was all in silver, as it is all over India and the Archipelago for general use.
In India the juice of the leaves is a popular remedy for earache.
Old English, from Latin India, from Greek India "region of the Indus River," later used of the region beyond it, from Indos "Indus River," from Old Persian Hindu, the name for the province of Sind, from Sanskrit sindhu "river." The more common Middle English form was Ynde or Inde, From French (see Indies). India began to prevail 16c., perhaps under Spanish or Portuguese influence.
Note: India is the second most populous country in the world, after China.
Note: British control of India began in 1757 and did not end until the dissolution of the British regime, or Raj, in 1947, when India was divided into India and Pakistan.
Note: Mahatma Gandhi led the movement for Indian independence through passive resistance to British rule. He was killed by a fanatic in 1948.
Note: The country is marked by conflict between the Hindu and Muslim populations and violence between castes.
Note: Despite world disapproval, in 1998 India successfully conducted nuclear bomb tests. Pakistan did the same two weeks later. (See Kashmir.)