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On the eve of Rakshabandhan, Gauri Mohan recounts Tales of Sisterhood from Bollywood.
In a bizarre twist, it turns out that Indrani Mukherjea was the mother and not sister of the murdered Sheena Bora.
With curfew-ridden Ahmedabad teetering on violence, the Centre has stepped in to maintain order, amidst reports, that three people were killed in the aftermath of Patel-community leader, Hardik Patel's, detention by the state police. Patel has now been released by the police.
West Bengal government is taking steps for formally staking claim to Rasogolla, as the state's invention, through the GI route at a time when the famous sweetmeat finds itself at the centre of a debate as to where it originated.
The Hindu finds that some of the addresses, alleged by the NSA to belong to Dawood Ibrahim, may be fake.
An email, accessed by the Indian Express, suggests Lalit Modi's stake in three IPL teams.
How Indrani Mukerjea went from celebrity wife, CEO and finally, murder accused.
India and Italy are to set up a tribunal to rule on who has the rights to decide punishment for the Italian marines, who killed two Indian fishermen.
The Supreme Court-appointed Special Investigations Team is set to investigate the opulence and wealth of 'babas.'
Off The Front Page
MSG 'godman,' Ram Rahim Singh and head of the Dera Sacha Sauda, also has a passion for refurbishing cars.
Roughly 3 million, or 0.24% of Indians, have openly professed to not having faith in any religion.
Who are the Patels of Gujarat and why are they 'agitating' for reservations?
Madras High Court has said that political parties should pay for defacing walls, when defiled for political campaigning.
A genealogy-tracking firm has found that Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are 19th cousins.
Daksh Panwar says that Sangakkara re-instilled the spirit of being world champions, into the Sri Lankan team.
India's roads are registering a surge in road rage, says Samar Halarnkar.
Subir Bhaumik says that there is a long way to go for clarity on the Indo-Naga deal.Suggest a correction