Noon headed the world's largest factory for ready-made Indian and ethnic food, and is credited with making chicken tikka masala Britain's favourite dish
The man's family believe the incident was a hate crime sparked by an argument over the practice of animal sacrifice
There is still room on the train or plane for families needing a late-notice break
Police were convinced he was dead
Suchitra Sen was a legendary Indian actress known for her memorable roles in both Bengali-language and Hindi Bollywood films.
India is the fourth most dangerous place in the world for females, after only Afghanistan, Congo and Pakistan
'She has only just come out of hospital - she should be resting' says source close to the president
TV picks, Tuesday 21 January
Farooque Shaikh, who died on 27 December of a heart attack on a visit to Dubai with his family, was the plump, unlikely hero of scores of Bollywood films. He was born in 1948, his career beginning on a high note with the 1973 film Garm Hawa, about the Partition. His performance earned him a key role in Satyajit Ray's The Chess Players, a study of the decadence of India's feudal classes. His cherubic looks struck a chord with ordinary people, who identified with his man-in-the-street image.
A hilltop escape with that healing feeling
Retired officer was attacked in retaliation for his leadership of a military operation against the Golden Temple of Amritsar
Indian-born author joins Sebastian Faulks, Melvyn Bragg and Tom Wolfe among the pantheon of writers recognised by the Literary Review
The fall of an Indian wicket on home turf is generally greeted with a profound silence. A little past 3.30pm on Thursday afternoon, however, the packed crowd in the Wankhede Stadium here in his home city of Mumbai broke from that norm and erupted in ecstasy when Murali Vijay was dismissed.
This week Sachin Tendulkar will play his 200th and final Test match. Stephen Brenkley marks the milestones
Prosecutors have called on judges to uphold the death sentences handed down to the men convicted of the Delhi gang-rape, arguing that a message would be sent to society that "deviant behaviour" would not be tolerated.
Alongside Kishore Kumar, Mukesh and Mohammad Rafi, Manna Dey, was part of the Bombay-based film industry's pantheon of male playback singers to emerge in the 1950s. Over the course of the next two decades they and female counterparts like Asha Bhosle and Lata Mangeshkar helped create a popular-culture phenomenon. A film industry with greater cultural penetration even than Hollywood, Bollywood crossed the globe with the Indian diaspora. A major factor in its international popularity was its songs.