I noticed this stream of articles from "India Daily" and was curious about the website. This is what I could find out about them.
First Google. It has very few cross links back to the site, (apart from UFO sites), although some web portals describe it as an "English language
site about India designed for foreigners and expatriates." Despite the name and appearance, it does not appear to be the web counterpart of a major
Next we look at the DNS. The domain is registered to a registrar in New Jersey, and the traceroute resolves to a server (epoch.net) in Costa Mesa,
California. So this is a US-based website, aimed at Indian ex-pats mostly, hence the articles about Bollywood and Indian football (soccer).
Looking at the website for contact info, we find right on the home page a link to a word
with contact information for advertising. The contact address is in Iselin, New Jersey, as are the phone and fax numbers. This same word doc
shows how much the going rates are for their advertisements. It also has convenient graphs showing the website's traffic, which has grown
impressively. The site is billed as the "fastest-growing news portal in the world."
On this web page
we see all their technology stories by date. Around October they
started doing UFO stories, around the same time their traffic in the word doc graphs started going up. This could be a coincidence, or they could have
realized UFO news from India was popular because of links from Art Bell's site, or wherever, so they kept putting up similar articles.
I took a cursory look at some other Indian newspapers and they simply do not have the same volume or interest in UFOs that IndiaDaily.com does.
Granted I'm no expert in Indian culture or media, and it's quite possible that Indian readers as a whole are more open-minded or interested in UFOs
then the US press. But to this degree? Only on this one small website run out of New Jersey?
I'll let you draw your own conclusions with this information. If I had to guess, I would suppose that the editor of this site is genuinely interested
in either UFOs or the traffic they bring to his website, but that he his not representative of the Indian media as a whole.