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Like Deepika Padukone and Kangana Ranaut, upcoming actress Amyra Dastur also believes in being honest and 'imperfect'.
On the lines of Flipkart's exit from Airtel Zero, major companies such as Cleartrip, Times Group and NDTV opted out of Facebook-led Internet.org, a service to provide differentiated internet access.
Off The Front Page
The globe-trotting Narendra Modi almost always has Gujarat industrialist Gautam Adani at his heels. One of the four convicts facing death penalty in the Nirbhaya gangrape and murder case, has moved the Delhi high court seeking a CBI inquiry and prosecution of India's Daughter maker, Leslee Udwin. Why does this zealously-reticent, underpaid old woman single-handedly keep a railway station in Maddur, Karnataka clean? Controversial Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen's has claimed that her Facebook account was disabled after Islamist fundamentalists frequently complained on the content of several of her posts. Tilla Shahbazpur, a village on the outskirts of Dehi, maybe among the first in the country to create a self-funded all-encompassing Wifi network.
CR Bijoy, in The Hindu, says that forests can be meaningfully protected and conserved only if forest-dwellers are closely involved. Christophe Jafferlot, in The Indian Express, says that India shouldn't be unduly worried if Afghanistan appears to have a close engagement with China. Ajay Jakhar warns, in The Indian Express, that low, global commodity prices and poor internal policies in India "could unite farmers and be the nemesis of the government." Suggest a correction