The Morning Wrap is HuffPost India's selection of interesting news and opinion from the day's newspapers. Subscribe here to receive it in your inbox each weekday morning.
India today successfully launched its latest communication satellite GSAT-6 using a home-grown cryogenic engine.
Peter Mukerjea says that unless proved otherwisehe doesn't believe his wife is a murderer.
Urban Ladder co-founder Rajiv Srivastava believeshe has learnt well from mistakes.
Fred Hu argues that China's leadership will emerge stronger from the stock market fiasco.
This is how the trailer of Jazbaa relates to the struggles pf an average Mumbai resident for an autorickshaw.
A 21-year-old national level wrestler was found murdered and stuffed inside a gunny sack, outside Kakroi village in Sonepat on Wednesday,
A study in the top medical journal Lancet finds that Indians, over the past two decades, are living longer but not healthier.
The Law Commission of India is set to recommend an end to the death penalty, except in cases of terrorism.
The selection of Smart Cities is not without political influence.
In less than 10 years, Pakistan will have the third largest nuclear stockpile in the world, behind only the US and Russia, two prominent US think tanks said in a report.
Sanjay Kapoor is stepping down as chairman of Micromax, a little over a year after joining the country's No. 2 handset maker.
Off The Front Page
Hardik Patel, spearheading the Patel unrest, barely passed his BCom examinations.
Baby food, soaps and health supplements could soon disappear from your friendly neighbourhood chemist's shelves following a proposed government plan.
Bollywood's 'conscience keeper,' Rishi Kapoor, says that Indrani Mukerjea was a "real weirdo."
Two students of a college in Sullia, 60 km from Mangaluru, have been suspended for two weeks for allegedly being in a relationship, despite hailing from different communities.
Manish Sabharwal argues that a court directive forcing government servants to send their children to public schools, has merit.
Shyamal Majumdar describes Indrani Mukerjea, the 'social climber.'Suggest a correction