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India's much loved President, APJ Abdul Kalam , died of a cardiac arrest in Shillong.
Distinguished scientist K Kasturirangan reminisces on his personal association with Dr Kalam
HuffPost India reports on the strategies being deployed by the key players of the forthcoming Bihar elections.
Aditi Sen says that the idea of ice-cream is more enchanting than the dessert itself.
In the context of Rajesh and Nupur Talwar, Lolita Chattoraj Sengupta writes about the stoic calm that sometimes pervades the grief-stricken
A Punjab-roadways bus driver was the hero of the day after he managed to steer a bus, being fired at by terrorists, to a hospital 16 km away.
The Gurdaspur attack could impede the fledgeling peace process that was recently begun my Modi and Sharief at Ufa.
In a hearing of Yakub Memon's curative petition, a Supreme Court judge has questioned the manner in which the petition was being dealt with in court.
The Gurdaspur attack may connect to a gradual rise in conflict in Kashmir, supported by Pakistan generals.
In what could be the first overseas acquisition by an Indian jewellery firm, Rajesh Exports (REL), has acquired Switzerland-based gold and silver-processing company Valcambi for $400 million.
Indian stocks fell nearly 2% on Monday—the biggest drop in nearly eight weeks—reacting to poor company earnings, a global sell-off across assets and fears of greater scrutiny of investors who choose the participatory note (P-note) route.
Off The Front Page
Swapping the president's 340-room house for a three-room one came easy to Kalam.
Sensing an opportunity, India plans to push its generics drug industry to sell its wares to debt-ridden Greece.
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DD News violated the guidelines laid down by the government in how terrorist attacks, such as the one in Gurdaspur, ought to be covered.
Greg Chappell speculates that were Donald Bradman a contemporary cricketer, he would average 75 and not the legendary 99 runs per innings.
Chaitra V says that with corruption allegations against the Karnataka Lokayukta it is time to put in place a credible procedure that allows top officials of the organisation to be impeached.
Maseeh Rahman says that the state's treatment of Yakub Memon iis an example of 'bad faith.'