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www.flipkart.com, the site that galvanised online shopping in India, is likely to shut and become app-only by September.
Watch a woman in Pilibhit assault a man who allegedly "called her names," even as cops egg her on.
Arun Sarin, Vodafone's ex-CEO, is set to join Ola as an independent director.
This train ticket examiner shows how the most mundane railway stations can inspire outstanding art.
After the third death in as many days, MP chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has decided to get the CBI to investigate the Vyapam scandal.
Law Minister Sadananda Gowda said the Vyapam scandal was a "silly issue" that PM Modi needn't bother with. After protests, Gowda said he meant Lalit Modi and not Vyapam.
Turns out that Delhi's biggest tax defaulters are government utility bodies, who collectively owe Rs 2000 crore.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has been asked to pay Rs 550 crore to IPL franchise Kochi Tuskers. This, after an arbitration ruled in favour of the erstwhile Season 4 team recently.
Delhi's tryst with aberrant cab drivers continues after a woman complained that a cabbie was masturbating whilst driving her home.
A newborn died of respiratory ailments after being refused treatment by three leading hospitals in Delhi.
Off The Front Page
Sixty five years after becoming India's national anthem, Rajasthan governor Kalyan Singh has objected to the word 'adhinayake' in the national anthem, as it glorifies India's previous British rulers.
An Indian American's boyhood confusion about Hindu deities has culminated in an animation film, backed by Pixar, and set to release later this year.
Narendra Modi, who once refused to don a Muslim cap during a felicitation in Gujarat, will be hosting an iftar party in Srinagar later this month.
Nestle's bad fortune with Maggi has turned into a Rs 20 crore bonanza for Ambuja Cements, tasked with destroying the Maggi packets.
Bibek Debroy says it would be a good idea to restore several of India's iconic steam engines.
Stanly Johny says that the Islamic State has firm roots and will likely stay for a while.
Siddharth Singh says that the balancing of political and national interests determines the government's survival.Suggest a correction