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Babulal Gaur, Madhya Pradesh Home Minister, crusaded for dipsomaniacs the world over after he declared that "alcohol was a fundamental right."
Ace pugilist and Olympic gold-medal winner Virender Singh has turned professional and that means he won't be representing India from now on.
If you thought Karim's at Jama Masjid was the only must-do eatery during Ramzan, here are eleven others, worth your taste in the neighbourhood.
"Jail the b***h" was what the 'gentle' Alok Nath told an activist on Twitter, critical of Modi's #selfiewithdaughter campaign.
India's enforcement directorate has sought official assistance from Singapore and Mauritius to probe Lalit Modi's IPL-related investments, in what are the first signs of 'action' waking out of a two-year stupor.
An investigation by the National Investigating Agency has claimed that nearly Rs 1500 crore worth of fake Indian currency, are being made in Pakistan and routed into India via Bangladesh through Malda, a border outpost in Bengal.
Taking a cue from how the BJP once targeted Robert Vadra, the Congress has accused Vasundhara Raje of colluding with Lalit Modi to run a luxury hotel, on government land.
Dalit Christians in Tamil Nadu are planning to formally complain to the United Nations about discrimination by upper-caste Christians, who force them to use separate cemeteries and don't accept communion from Dalit priests.
The Madhya Pradesh government is contending that 24, of the 25 dead and accused in the Vyapam education scam, died of "natural causes."
After Maggi, it is the turn of Top Ramen to be shown the boot by India's resurgent food safety body.
Off The Front Page
Former gangster Abu Salem can look forward to a third wedding--if he ever gets out of jail-- after he accepted a proposal from a 25-year-old, who wanted to mend her "defamed" reputation.
Arvind Kejriwal may have lopped of the electricity bills of most of the Delhi electorate, but an RTI query has found that his own average monthly bill is a searing Rs 100000.
Today, in solidarity with the rest of the world, Indian scientists will add a second to a master clock in Delhi to synchronize the passage of time with the earth's rotation.
Rishabh Shroff and Tanmay Patnaik say that Indian laws, which govern the antiques, are outdated and pernicious.
Suhrith Parthasarthy says that the US Supreme Court's ruling on the constitutionality of same-sex marriage laws, has significant implications for the idea of personal liberty in India.
Ajith Balakrisnan notes that retirement is viewed differently, depending on what echelon of society one comes from.Suggest a correction