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A Mumbai-based non-governmental organisation (NGO) has created Ganesha idols that even the fish can eat. Made with corn and vegetable powder, the idols are coloured with natural materials such as turmeric, chandan (sandalwood) and geru (ochre).
Two days after exhorting his followers to fight with swords, political activist Hardik Patel announced that he plans to carry out a "reverse" Dandi March.
From India to Estonia, this is how a 26-year-old Tarun Gidwani can make anyone's day.
Ravichandran Ashwin took four wickets Tuesday to propel India to its first test series win in Sri Lanka in 22 years, defeating the hosts by 117 runs in the third test.
Siddhartha Das, purportedly the first 'husband' of Indrani Mukerjea, has said Sheena and Mikhail were his children and he'd never been married to Indrani.
Sylvia Mishra weighs the chances of Jeb Bush getting a presidential nomination by the Republican Party in the US.
The Law Commission, which came out with a report on the death penalty in India, finds that R Venkatraman, Zail Singh and Pranab Mukherjee were the three Indian presidents least likely to commute a death sentence.
Army chief Dalbir Singh Suhag said India has to be ready for a number of 'short wars' with Pakistan.
Nearly 120 academics, including Sheldon Pollock and Wendy Doniger, have signed a petition protesting Narendra Modi's forthcoming visit to Silicon Valley.
India is all set to introduce injectable polio vaccine (IPV) in its universal immunisation programme (UIP) in a phased manner from November.
Lower than expected GDP numbers for India for the quarter ended June 2015, weak monsoon concerns and fresh data in China showing further weakness in its manufacturing saw the Sensex lose nearly 700 points on Tuesday.
The defence ministry’s top acquisition body — the Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) — gave a go ahead to the negotiation committee on purchasing Rafale jets for the Indian Air Force, signalling an end to the deadlock in talks over the purchase of the 36 fighter jets.
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Following a review of the categorisation of various sports disciplines, the Union sports ministry has decided to include yoga in the list.
Narendra Modi, during his campaign speeches in Bihar, called the residents of the state "the most intelligent."
Three dogs, throats slit and hung by the neck from an electric pole, are a surprising casualty of tensions between the Communist Party and Sangh-BJP cadres in north Kerala.
Pavan Khera says that the BJP's attempt to rename Aurangzeb road after Kalam is part of a provocative strategy.
Abusaleh Shariff says that the Census on religions should've tabulated the work habits and contribution to the economy, of India's various religious groups.
Hasan Suroor says that the media coverage of the Sheena Bora murder smacks of 'cultural racism.'