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While Ramalinga Raju and his acolytes may have finally been sentenced, this is the incredible story of how they hatched India's greatest white collar crime.
In PM Modi's first interview to an Indian media organisation since he assumed office, HuffPost India picks out the key points from the meeting.
The Indian government has suspended the registration of Greenpeace India under the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act after it had protested against certain industrial and coal mining projects.
Vivek Gomber, the producer of National-Award winning Marathi movie 'Court,' explains why being a rich kid didn't cloud his cinematic vision.
Xiaomi announced that it has sold 2.12 million phones in 12 hours, setting a world record of sorts.
Former chairman of Satyam Computer Services Ltd. B. Ramalinga Raju and nine others, two of them family members, were sentenced to seven years rigorous imprisonment on Thursday for perpetrating the country's largest-ever corporate fraud.
Global ratings agency Moody's marginally raised India's rating outlook to "positive" from "stable" on Thursday, but, like other rating agencies, continued to maintain India at the lowest rung of investment grade.
On the heels of a UN pat for improving access to elementary education, India proposes to extend the Right To Education Act to the secondary and pre-primary levels too and thus, legally guaranteeing free education for children from kindergarten to Class X.
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, in a public event on Thursday, justified AAP's dissident leaders Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav suspension from top party posts, saying limits were "crossed" and "conspiracies" hatched.
A day before Rajasthan Royals plays its first match in this IPL, a player from the team claims to have been offered a bribe by a team-mate for participating in a fixed game.
A Special Investigation Team (SIT) of the Karnataka Lokayukta has arrested a former BJP tourism minister, in connection with illegal mining in Bellary.
Tripura and Meghalaya say they have excess electric power and would like to export it to Bangladesh with the Centre's permission.
Former Australia cricket captain and iconic television commentator Richie Benaud, 84, has succumbed to skin cancer.
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To curb India's addiction to gold imports, Prime Minister Modi wants to get his hands on the several-thousand-tonnes of gold stored in several temple vaults across the country.
If China has its way, ambitious mountaineers wanting to scale Mount Everest in the coming year, might soon find a rail tunnel under the mountain, as part of a railway line connecting Nepal and China.
The French newspaper, Le Monde, has refused to carry an interview with Prime Minister Narendra Modi to coincide with his Paris visit after it was told it could only publish emailed answers. Modi's office instead negotiated an email interview with Le Figaro, owned by Socpresse, a subsidiary of Dassault which is trying to sell 126 Rafale fighter planes to India.
In a move to strengthen the last-mile delivery of goods to consumers, India's leading online retailer Flipkart has partnered with the iconic 'Dabbawalas' of Mumbai. They will collect Flipkart shipments from the delivery hubs and deliver it to customers while picking up their lunch boxes.
On the back of social-media outrage, the Maharashtra government today softened its stance on its proposal to force multiplexes to screen Marathi films during primetime.
The latest edition of the venerable A Handbook of Karnataka, a source for scholarly references, has described the African-origin Siddi community as "Negroes".
A 30-year-old Russian computer scientist with a rare, genetic muscle wasting disease is set to become the first person in the world to have his head transplanted onto a healthy donor body.
Jayant Prasad, in The Hindu, says that India and Iran's common strategic interests won't automatically translate into better relations but will require patience and persistence.
Swapan Dasgupta warns, in The Telegraph, that Indian media is "overstepping its mark" by trying to assume the role of a "political challenger."
Karan Bhasin, in The Indian Express, says that internet carriers must stop trying to enforce old paradigms in a new marketplace or will end up being castigated by history.Suggest a correction